Table of Contents
|What are the Adverse Effects of Lead?||3-2|
|What Dose of Lead is Required to Produce Adverse Effects?||3-6|
|What is the Estimated Lead Intake in a Child with Pica for Paint?||7-7|
|What is the Lead Content of Currently Available Household Paints?||8-7|
|What Future Research is Necessary or Desirable?||8-8|
|Conclusions and Recommendations||9-12|
|Appendix A: Dose-Effect, Dose-Response Concepts of Toxicology||13-18|
|Appendix B: Toxicology of Lead in Experimental Animals||19-28|
|Appendix C: CPSC-Supplied Animal Studies||29-36|
|Appendix D: Etiology and Consequences of Childhood Lead Poisoning||37-44|
|Appendix E: Evaluation of the Hazard of 0.5 Percent Lead Paint||45-48|
|Appendix F: Daily Permissible Intake (DPI), Reconsidered||49-50|
|Appendix G: Lead Contents of Current Household Paints||51-53|
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