Iowa requires all children to be tested at least once before the age of six. Evaluating blood lead testing results on an annual basis contributes to the overall understanding of the impact and burden of lead poisoning in Iowa, and can also be helpful for healthcare providers and local public health agencies for program assessment and improvement.
- The Children Tested is the number of children under age six tested for blood lead level () during the year.
- The Children with Confirmed Elevated BLL is the number of children under age six tested for blood lead level (BLL) during the year and had a confirmed result greater than or equal to 10 mcg/dL.
- The Percent of Children with Confirmed Elevated BLL is the percent of children tested that had Confirmed Elevated BLL result.
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