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Guidelines for managing lead-exposed children call for increasingly aggressive measures as the child's BLL
An RBF-associated case of elevated BLL
was defined as a BLL
[greater than or equal to] 10 [micro]g/dL in a person aged [greater than or equal to] 16 years with [greater than or equal to] 1 RBFs at the time of blood collection.
Recent studies measuring BLL
in children living around automobile/battery repair workshops found significantly higher blood lead levels among the subjects; the overall mean BLL
Workers may return to work only when the BLL
is below 40 g/dL.
A multiple regression was conducted to predict the number of recorded elevated BLL
cases (2001-2012) from the number of houses in each county built before 1980, the number of lead mines (active and inactive) in each county, and the median household income for each county.
An analysis of BLL
is, therefore, the first choice for the assessment of internal exposure to Pb in individuals exposed to Pb .
The CDC has maintained the BLL
threshold for initiating medical treatment: children identified as having Bas greater than or equal to 45 [micro]g/dl should be given immediate medical attention.
Several studies have shown that high BLL
in preschool children are strongly correlated with high lead levels in house dust (33-35).
The Dutch white Volvo lorry, registration BLL
B37, was taken from Corley Services on the M6 at about 8.
conclude that their "results are consistent with technical rules having predictive power.
2] population of the cross BLL
79666 x Pabna local made at the Regional Agricultural Research Station (RARS), Ishurdi, Bangladesh, during 1984-1985 (1).