Lead concentrations of milk, blood, and hair in lactating women

@article{Rockway1984LeadCO,
  title={Lead concentrations of milk, blood, and hair in lactating women},
  author={Susie Wilson. Rockway and Charles W. Weber and Kai Y Lei and Sidney R. Kemberling},
  journal={International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health},
  year={1984},
  volume={53},
  pages={181-187}
}
SummaryLead was measured in the milk of 39 lactating women to determine if the concentration posed a toxicological hazard to nursing infants. Blood and hair of these women were also analyzed for lead to establish possible correlations with milk, and to indicate body burdens. The women were categorized as rural or urban residents so that all mean values of lead could then be correlated with their locations.The mean levels of lead in milk, blood, and hair were 3, 119 ng/ml and 2002 ng/g (ppb… CONTINUE READING