Table 4: Screening and New Case Rates at Second Test*, Birth Year Cohorts 1994 - 1999, New York State excluding New York City

County Total Children Eligible to Receive a Second Screening Test* Total Children Receiving a Second Screening Test Percent of Children Receiving a Second Test Rate of Children Newly Identified per 100 Children Screened
Statewide 992,902 320,083 32.8 7.9
Albany 26,409 8,311 31.5 12.9
Allegany 2,342 521 22.2 5.2
Broome 8,527 2,504 29.4 3.6
Cattaraugus 8,596 2,577 30.0 5.0
Cayuga 7,715 2,535 32.9 6.2
Chauttauqua 12,193 4,682 38.4 7.7
Chemung 4,971 1,284 25.8 11.4
Chenango 4,709 1,253 26.6 9.0
Clinton 6,216 1,581 25.4 3.6
Columbia 3,770 1,038 27.5 12.5
Cortland 5,079 1,193 23.5 7.5
Delaware 3,799 948 25.0 6.6
Dutchess 18,194 5,354 29.4 6.7
Erie 104,133 44,166 42.4 10.8
Essex 2,067 347 16.8 8.1
Franklin 2,776 716 25.8 9.6
Fulton 4,161 1,149 27.6 8.1
Genesee 4,321 813 18.8 4.1
Greene 3,530 784 22.2 6.0
Herkimer 6,457 2,554 39.6 4.9
Jefferson 14,244 2,754 19.3 4.3
Lewis 2,174 842 38.7 10.1
Livingston 3,764 740 19.7 3.2
Madison 5,085 1,449 28.5 5.5
Monroe 90,785 38,796 42.7 17.8
Montgomery 1,572 377 24.0 8.0
Nassau 125,958 44,050 35.0 3.5
Niagara 19,687 6,349 32.2 4.7
Oneida 22,427 6,911 30.8 10.8
Onondaga 42,133 16,730 39.7 8.2
Ontario 7,671 1,542 20.1 4.7
Orange 10,931 4,216 38.6 15.0
Orleans 4,300 1,232 28.7 3.6
Oswego 12,531 2,981 23.8 4.2
Otsego 2,736 1,257 45.9 6.0
Putnam 7,888 1,884 23.9 3.3
Rennselaer 12,549 2,712 21.6 8.7
Rockland 22,886 5,168 22.6 3.1
St. Lawrence 6,858 1,379 20.1 9.8
Saratoga 14,586 1,418 9.7 6.5
Schenectady 11,340 2,804 24.7 10.6
Schoharie 1,081 259 24.0 5.8
Schuyler 1,549 337 21.8 12.5
Seneca 2,968 651 21.9 5.2
Steuben 5,651 1,090 19.3 5.5
Suffolk 126,950 27,286 21.5 1.5
Sullivan 4,882 1,019 20.9 3.1
Tioga 2,862 698 24.4 6.9
Tompkins 7,608 1,307 17.2 2.4
Ulster 11,187 3,170 28.3 9.4
Warren 1,939 445 22.9 7.2
Washington 4,520 695 15.4 12.7
Wayne 6,977 1,159 16.6 4.2
Westchester 127,789 50,919 39.8 5.8
Wyoming 2,540 439 17.3 5.7
Yates 2,329 708 30.4 12.4

* First screening test occured by 12/31/1999 and was non elevated (<10ug/dL). A new case is defined as first observance of an elevated blood lead test (≥10ug/dL), confirmed or un-confirmed.