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Archives of Industrial Hygiene and Toxicology, Vol.15 No.3 September 1964. -

I. On the basis of many years- experience with the diagnostic mobilization of lead in out-patients it is recommended to take urine samples six hours after injection.

2. As maximum permissible concentration after the lead mobilization a value within 0,8-1.0 mg-24 hrs or 0.45-0.56 mg-hrs. is suggested.

3. With the values exceeding 3 mg-24 hrs. in 900-o of cases at least two positive laboratory tests can be expected. Anemia is most frequently present when values reach 5 mg.

4. This method is recommended for the diagnosis of atypical cases, for the control of treatment and when a decision is to be reached whether a patient ill to return to work with lead.

Autor: J. Teisinger - ; Clinic of Occupational Diseases, Preha



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