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Childhood Lead Poisoning Publications

Note: Most of these documents refer to a blood-lead level of 10 micrograms per deciliter (μg/dL) as the CDC level of concern for adverse health outcomes in children. This terminology is outdated and readers are referred to the ACCLPP recommendations of 2012. However, the 2012 document does not recommend changes to the guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of children requiring chelation (BLLs ≥ 45 μg/dL) published here.

Data and Surveillance Reports:

Health Care Systems/Insurance Guidelines:

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International Response:

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Lead Exposure Case Studies:

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Lead Policy Statements:

Note: These documents refer to a blood-lead level of 10 μg/dL as the CDC level of concern for adverse health outcomes in children. This terminology is outdated and readers are referred to the ACCLPP recommendations of 2012. However, the 2012 document does not recommend changes to the guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of children requiring chelation (BLLs ≥ 45 μg/dL) published here.

** These documents are being kept on this website for historical purposes and are no longer in print.

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Lead Toxicology Reports:

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Primary Prevention Guidelines:

Note: These documents refer to a blood-lead level of 10 μg/dL as the CDC level of concern for adverse health outcomes in children. This terminology is outdated and readers are referred to the ACCLPP recommendations of 2012. However, the 2012 document does not recommend changes to the guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of children requiring chelation (BLLs ≥ 45 μg/dL) published here.

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Screening and Case Management Guidelines:

Note: These documents refer to a blood-lead level of 10 μg/dL as the CDC level of concern for adverse health outcomes in children. This terminology is outdated and readers are referred to the ACCLPP recommendations of 2012. However, the 2012 document does not recommend changes to the guidelines for the evaluation and treatment of children requiring chelation (BLLs ≥ 45 μg/dL) published here.

Healthy Homes Publications

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