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Sources and Pathways of Lead Exposure
The Role of the Pediatric HealthCare Provider
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72 months abatement acute medical adverse effects assessment ATSDR blood lead levels blood lead measurements blood lead results blood lead test CaNa2EDTA Chapter chelating agent chelation therapy child childhood lead poisoning children with blood children with lead Chisolm clinical conﬁrmed containers D-penicillamine deleading dimercaprol dose effects of lead elevated blood lead environment environmental investigation EP levels erythrocyte exposure to lead ferritin ﬁnger ﬁrst followup high-dose lead exposure housing identiﬁed iron deﬁciency laboratory lead dust lead hazards lead levels 20 lead paint lead poisoning prevention lead test result lead-based paint lead-poisoned children levels 20 p.g/dL levels 45 medical emergency medical evaluation months of age ofﬁcials parents pediatric health-care providers poisoned children poisoning prevention programs primary prevention public health agencies risk for high-dose risk for lead signiﬁcant sources and pathways sources of lead speciﬁc succimer symptomatic lead poisoning symptoms toxicity treatment ug/dL venous blood lead