What the Lowered BLRV Means for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs | SSG
What will you learn?
The CDC has recently announced that the BLRV threshold for lead poisoning in children (ages 1-5) has been lowered from 5 micrograms per deciliter of blood to 3.5 micrograms per deciliter.
This new standard means the number of children ages 1-5 considered to have high blood lead levels will more than double from 200,000 to nearly 500,000.
In this webinar, we’ll cover the following:
- What the lowered BLRV means for Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Programs moving forward
- How CLPP programs need to address their systems to accommodate the new standard
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