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Blood lead levels in Queensland children






Medical Journal of Australia 2(4): 183-185

Blood lead levels in Queensland children

Blood lead values in 514 Queensland children 1 to 16 years old ranged from 3 to 30 mu g/100 ml or 0.14 to 1.44 mu mol/litre.

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Accession: 001050059

PMID: 7132865



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