EBLL

AcronymDefinition
EBLLElevated Blood Lead Level
EBLLEast Bay Little League (Gibsonton, FL)
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Endophytic Bacterial isolates obtained from recalcitrant plant samples Bacterial Source Form Size Surface Texture Isolate EBLL Litchi leaves Circular Small Shiny Moist EBLR Jackfruit bark Circular Small Slimy Moist EBJB Jackfruit bark Circular Small Shiny Moist pinpointed EBJS Jackfruit stem Circular Small Slimy Moist EBML Mango leaves Circular Small Rough Dry EBMR Mango roots Circular Small Rough Dry pinpointed EBMB Mango bark Circular Small Slimy Moist Bacterial Color Isolate EBLL White EBLR White EBJB Pale yellow EBJS White EBML Off white EBMR Pale yellow EBMB White Table 3.
La proteccion de la sabana en la EBLL ha promovido una mejora en las propiedades fisicas del suelo, lo que ha favorecido un aumento en la densidad y biomasa de las lombrices de tierra en la SP en comparacion con la SNI, sometida a quemas recurrentes y pastoreo.
Increment in BLL ([mu]g/dL) compared with referent Independent group (p-value) OR for EBLL (95% CI) variable Use bore hole/dug well -2.
It is possible that our effort to examine relationships between proximity to the Kiteezi landfill and EBLLs contributed to a higher prevalence of EBLL than that which would be expected using a random sampling design.
The persistence of EBLL in Kampala mirrors that of Chennai, India, where EBLL remained prevalent > 4 years after phaseout of lead from gasoline and was associated with proximity to industrial activity and use of brass/bronze drinking vessels (Roy et al.
To investigate the prevalence of EBLLs and lead risk factors in a rural area, the authors designed a study to examine blood lead trends in all children under four years of age in a primarily agricultural three-county area of western Minnesota.
Lead hazard reduction assistance to families with children who had EBLLs was a major concern for both physicians and participants.
Ten of the EBLLs were confirmed to be [greater than or equal to]10 [micro]g/dL through a venous initial test or two elevated capillary tests.
The age range of children with EBLL was 11 to 67 months, with a median of 25.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 5-item questionnaire to determine EBLL risk in children.
Risk-assessment questionnaires are useful tools in selecting children who are at risk for an EBLL from low-risk populations.
There was no significant correlation between the type of blood drawing and the presence of an EBLL.