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Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology and Surveillance -- United States,Fourth Quarter, 1992

Data from CDC's National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Adult Blood Lead Epidemiology and Surveillance program are complete for 1992. Efforts to expand the number of states participating in the surveillance system are ongoing as states increase their capacity to monitor blood lead levels in both adults and children.

Reported by: B Harrell, MPA, Div of Epidemiology, CH Woernle, MD, State Epidemiologist, Alabama Dept of Public Health. A Osorio, MD, S Payne, MS, Occupational Health Surveillance and Evaluation Program, California Dept of Health Svcs. J McCammon, MS, Epidemiology Div, Colorado Dept of Health. CJ Dupuy, Connecticut State Dept of Health Svcs. M Lehnherr, Occupational Disease Registry; H Howe, PhD, Div of Epidemiologic Studies, Illinois Dept of Public Health. K Choquette, MS, R Currier, DVM, State Epidemiologist, Iowa Dept of Public Health. E Coe, MPH, Health Registries Div, Maryland Dept of the Environment. R Rabin, MSPH, Div of Occupational Hygiene, Massachusetts Dept of Labor and Industries. P Dunbar, MPH, Bur of Child and Family Svcs, Michigan Dept of Public Health. T Ferrara, MD, Occupational Health Program, Bur of Risk Assessment, Div of Public Health Svcs, New Hampshire State Dept of Health and Human Svcs. B Gerwel, MD, Occupational Disease Prevention Program, New Jersey Dept of Health. R Stone, PhD, New York State Dept of Health. M Barnett, MS, State Health Div, Oregon Dept of Human Resources. J Gosten, MS, Occupational Health Program, Div of Environmental Health, Pennsylvania Dept of Health. R Marino, MD, Div of Health Hazard Evaluations, South Carolina Dept of Health and Environmental Control. T Willis, DM Perrotta, PhD, Environmental Epidemiologist, Texas Dept of Health. D Beaudoin, MD, Bur of Epidemiology, Utah Dept of Health. L Hanrahan, MS, Div of Health, Wisconsin Dept of Health and Social Svcs. Div of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations, and Field Studies, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, CDC.

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