Dietary intake of lead and cadmium by children and adults - Result calculated from dietary recall and available lead/cadmium level in food in comparison to result from food duplicate diet method.

@article{Liu2010DietaryIO,
  title={Dietary intake of lead and cadmium by children and adults - Result calculated from dietary recall and available lead/cadmium level in food in comparison to result from food duplicate diet method.},
  author={Pei Liu and Can-nan Wang and Xiao-yun Song and Yongning Wu},
  journal={International journal of hygiene and environmental health},
  year={2010},
  volume={213 6},
  pages={450-7}
}
The dietary intakes of lead and cadmium by 30 children and 30 adults living in Jinhu area in China were determined by the duplicate method with a 3-day sampling period. Dietary recall and available lead/cadmium level in food were also used to calculate dietary intakes. Lead intakes based on duplicate method were 15.66μg(kg(bw))(-1)week(-1) for children and 8.83μg(kg(bw))(-1)week(-1) for adults. Cadmium intakes were 2.07μg(kg(bw))(-1)week(-1) for children and 1.49μg(kg(bw))(-1)week(-1) for adult… CONTINUE READING

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