Children Ages 1-2 on Medicaid With Elevated Blood Lead, Confirmed by Venous (≥5ug/dl) in Michigan

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Definitions: The number of Medicaid children ages 1-2, confirmed to have a blood lead level of greater than or equal to five micrograms per deciliter. A venous test is used to confirm an elevated blood lead level.

The percent is based on the number of Medicaid children ages 1-2 tested for lead.

Data Source: Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program

Footnotes: Data for 2014-2018 were revised on 9/24/2019. Due to this change, data for 2014-2018 should not be compared to prior years.

Department policy requires all counts between 1 and 5 to be suppressed. Percents are suppressed if there were fewer than 6 children for statistical reliability purposes.