Omaha childhood blood lead and environmental lead: a linear total exposure model.

@article{Angle1984OmahaCB,
  title={Omaha childhood blood lead and environmental lead: a linear total exposure model.},
  author={Carol R. Angle and Abraham E. Marcus and Irene Han-Juo Cheng and Matilda S Mcintire},
  journal={Environmental research},
  year={1984},
  volume={35 1},
  pages={160-70}
}
The majority of experimental and population studies of blood lead (PbB) and environmental lead, including the Omaha study, have utilized the Goldsmith-Hexter log-log or power function model. Comparison was made of the log-log model and a linear model of total exposure to describe the Omaha Study of 1074 PbBs from children ages 1-18 years as related to air (PbA), soil (PbS), and housedust (PbHD) lead. The data fit of the linear model was statistically equivalent to the power model and the… CONTINUE READING

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