Query Results for New Mexico Childhood Lead Poisoning by Birth Cohort - Number of Children Born in the Same Year and Tested for Lead Before Age 3
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|Birth Year Filter:||2016|
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Childhood Blood Lead Surveillance data are not randomly sampled or representative of the population. Complete residential addresses are not available for all children tested. Sometimes the address of the clinic is incorrectly listed as the child's address. Vital Statistics Birth Data does not include children who have moved in or out of the area since birth. Therefore, as a denominator, it may under or over estimate the number of children eligible for lead testing in the area.
For the complete metadata file, please see the New Mexico Childhood Lead Poisoning Birth Cohort 2016 metadata file.
- New Mexico Lead Poisoning Surveillance and Prevention Program, New Mexico Department of Health
- New Mexico Birth Certificate Database, Bureau of Vital Records and Health Statistics, New Mexico Department of Health
These data were queried on: Fri, 14 May 2021 20:05:05 MDT
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