An expert panel review of the scientific literature on lead and health - Environmental Health Perspective, March 2007
- MedicalManagement_AdultLeadExposure.pdf (519.54 KB)
Residential lead (Pb) contamination, resulting from decades-long use of leaded gasoline and lead-based paint, is likely to be present in soils in most urban areas. A screening level sampling effort demonstrated that Lubbock, Texas, USA, like other cities of its age and size, has areas of elevated soil Pb.
Describes the adverse health effects of lead in workers with blood-lead levels of 5-10 ug/dL and recommend changing OSHA’s medical removal trigger of 60 ug/dL.
- Perspectives_Lead_Exposure_2.pdf (1.09 MB)