TABLE 2

Years Reporting to CDC CLPPP, Predicted Numbers of Cases of BLL ≥10.0 μg/dL, Numbers Reported, Ascertainment Success Ratio, and Selected Characteristics of Testing Guidelines, by State and District of Columbia, 1999–2010

Predicted BLL ≥10.0 μg/dLSelected Characteristics of State Testing Guidelinesa
StatebYears Reporting (Maximum 12)2010 Prevalence (per 1000)No. Cases, (Reporting Years Only, Thousands)No. Reported (Thousands)Ascertainment Success Ratio (θs)All Children at Defined AgesChildren Who Participate in Publicly Supported Programs at Defined AgesChildren Entering Public School at Defined Ages
All participating states944.1606.70.64
 Arizona121.615.22.20.14NoYesNo
 California72.153.419.90.37NoYesNo
 Colorado32.05.60.30.06NoYesNo
 Connecticut123.214.617.71.21YesNoNo
 Delaware112.83.01.40.47YesYesYes
 District of Columbia116.84.91.80.37YesYesNo
 Florida122.350.57.30.15NoYesNo
 Georgia122.736.63.70.10NoYesNo
 Illinois53.437.580.52.15NoYesNo
 Indiana123.229.77.10.24YesNoNo
 Iowa123.414.211.00.77YesNoYes
 Kansas123.012.03.50.29YesYesNo
 Kentucky102.812.21.60.13NoYesNo
 Louisiana123.828.17.20.26YesNoNo
 Maine122.84.63.10.67NoYesNo
 Maryland113.322.717.00.75NoYesYes
 Massachusetts123.428.730.01.04YesNoYes
 Michigan123.852.940.70.77NoYesNo
 Minnesota122.921.28.50.40NoYesNo
 Mississippi93.810.83.00.28NoYesNo
 Missouri123.426.926.91.00NoYesNo
 Nevada51.61.80.10.05NoNoNo
 New Hampshire122.74.04.21.04NoYesNo
 New Jersey113.234.325.40.74NoNoNo
 New Mexico31.61.80.10.05NoNoNo
 New York113.897.988.80.91YesNoNo
 North Carolina112.429.37.40.25YesYesNo
 Ohio123.963.659.10.93NoYesNo
 Oklahoma122.813.41.90.14NoYesNo
 Oregon122.412.40.90.08NoNoNo
 Pennsylvania103.747.751.61.08YesYesNo
 Rhode Island123.43.914.63.73YesNoNo
 Tennessee102.820.33.20.16YesNoNo
 Texas81.847.216.20.34NoYesNo
 Vermont123.42.21.50.68YesNoNo
 Virginia122.728.35.90.21NoYesNo
 Washington112.319.90.40.02NoNoNo
 West Virginia112.95.81.50.25NoYesNo
 Wisconsin123.325.129.71.19NoYesNo
  • a State characteristics for 2015 from Sykes,4 District of Columbia for 2011–2014 from District of Columbia Department of the Environment.22

  • b States not participating in reporting to the CDC during these years included Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Carolina, South Dakota, Utah, and Wyoming.