A Resource Guide: Care Management Of a Child with Elevated Blood Lead Levels

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that lead-based paint hazards in children’s homes are the main source of lead poisoning – particularly deteriorated paint in the form of dust. The most important treatment for a child with an elevated blood lead level (EBLL) is to remove the child from exposure to the lead hazard, which for most children means reducing lead paint-based hazards in their home.

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