A randomized trial of education to prevent lead burden in children at high risk for lead exposure: efficacy as measured by blood lead monitoring. 10 micro g/dL before 3 years of age. Intervention participants were more likely to maintain blood lead levels < 10 micro g/dL than were controls (81% vs. 73%; p = 0.08). Multivariate analyses demonstrated that the intervention reduced the risk of blood lead levels > 10 micro g/dL by approximately 34%. We conclude that although intensive education resulted in a lower proportion of children with elevated lead levels, education alone cannot be relied upon to prevent lead burden.'>
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A randomized trial of education to prevent lead burden in children at high risk for lead exposure: efficacy as measured by blood lead monitoring.
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    Dec 2003

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    Environ Health Perspect. 111(16):1947-1951.
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