M M Aposhian

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Four chelating agents that have been used most commonly for the treatment of humans intoxicated with lead, mercury, arsenic or other heavy metals and metalloids are reviewed as to their advantages, disadvantages, metabolism and specificity. Of these, CaNa2EDTA and dimercaprol (British anti-lewisite, BAL) are becoming outmoded and can be expected to be(More)
The purpose of the present study was to evaluate in a novel manner the arsenic exposure of humans living in two towns in Northeastern Chile. Residents of one town drink water containing 593 microg As/l. Those in the control town drink water containing 21 microg As/l. Our hypothesis was that the administration of the chelating agent,(More)
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