Lead Acetate

CAS RN: 301-04-2

OSHA Standards

Blood lead levels of 50-60 ug/100 g in children can cause significant neurobehavioral impairments, and there is evidence of hyperactivity at blood levels as low as 25 ug/100 g. Given the overall body of literature concerning the adverse health effects of lead in children, OSHA feels that the blood level in children should be maintained below 30 ug/100 g with a population mean of 15 ug/100 g. Blood lead levels in the fetus and newborn likewise should not exceed 30 ug/100 g. /Lead/
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