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A Bose et al.
Pediatrics, 72(1), 106-108 (1983-07-01)
A new source of toxic lead ingestion has been identified roentgenologically in Mexican-American children and adults. Azarcón is an orange powder that contains 86% to 95% lead tetroxide (Pb3O4). At least three children have been treated with this substance by...
T Kákosy et al.
Journal of toxicology. Clinical toxicology, 34(5), 507-511 (1996-01-01)
Report of a lead intoxication epidemic caused by ingestion of contaminated ground paprika. Retrospective study of case histories. Institutional, toxicological and medical referral center for ambulatory and hospitalized care. One hundred forty-one adults consumed paprika contaminated with lead tetroxide (red...
[Abnormal lead absorption due to penetration of lead tetraoxide (red-lead) in the hand (author's transl)].
F Loi
La Medicina del lavoro, 71(2), 157-160 (1980-03-01)
Shujun Zhang et al.
IEEE transactions on ultrasonics, ferroelectrics, and frequency control, 52(11), 2131-2139 (2006-01-21)
The perovskite solid solution system (1-x)BiScO3-(x)PbTiO3 represents an interesting new family of high-temperature piezoelectric materials. Compositions near the morphotropic phase boundary (x approximately 0.64) have been reported to have high Curie temperatures (Tc > 450 degrees C) and good piezoelectric...
W Thiel
Annals of anatomy = Anatomischer Anzeiger : official organ of the Anatomische Gesellschaft, 174(3), 197-200 (1992-06-01)
Masses for arterial injection were evaluated in 360 whole cadavers that had been injected with preservation fluid. A mass consisting of dextrin, latex, and lead tetroxide produced the best results. This mass provided high radiopacity at large distances from the...
J Descotes et al.
Journal of applied toxicology : JAT, 4(5), 265-266 (1984-10-01)
Intraperitoneal administration of lead acetate, lead carbonate, lead chloride, lead nitrate or lead oxide at 0.5 or 6 mg per kg per day on five consecutive days was found to produce diverging effects on delayed hypersensitivity to sheep erythrocytes in...
MMWR. Morbidity and mortality weekly report, 51(31), 684-686 (2002-09-18)
Lead poisoning affects children adversely worldwide. In the United States, elevated blood lead levels (BLLs) (>10 microg/dL) result primarily from exposure to lead-based paint or from associated lead-contaminated dust and soil; however, other sources of lead exposure, including folk remedies...
Lead intoxication in children.
W L Nyhan et al.
The Western journal of medicine, 143(3), 357-364 (1985-09-01)
Howell G M Edwards et al.
Spectrochimica acta. Part A, Molecular and biomolecular spectroscopy, 59(10), 2291-2299 (2003-08-12)
Mosaic gold, tin (IV) sulphide, is a yellow pigment which was known in antiquity but whose use was superseded by other more easily obtainable yellow pigments by the Renaissance. The identification of mosaic gold residues in a burnished golden mirror...
A D Hardy et al.
Journal of ethnopharmacology, 60(3), 223-234 (1998-06-05)
A total of 47 kohl samples, primarily used as traditional eye cosmetics, were analyzed using X-ray powder diffraction (XRPD) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). It was found that, of the 18 Omani-made kohls, the main component of five was galena...
S P Gabuda et al.
Solid state nuclear magnetic resonance, 15(2), 103-107 (2000-02-12)
Solid Pb3O4 has been studied with 207Pb nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. The 207Pb NMR chemical-shift tensor of the Pb2+ site has principal values of delta11 = 1980 +/- 5 ppm, delta22 = 1540 +/- 5 ppm, and delta33 =...
Guo-zhen Lin et al.
Clinica chimica acta; international journal of clinical chemistry, 413(13-14), 1156-1159 (2012-05-09)
Traditional medicines or ethnic remedies, such as Ayurvedic drug of India, have been reported in numerous cases to be one of the main exposure risks for severe lead poisoning. We describe the poisoning of 2 young children from a Chinese...
A Fischbein et al.
JAMA, 247(14), 2007-2009 (1982-04-09)
A case of lead poisoning in a female art conservator is reported. The patient had experienced excessive lead exposure while restoring an antique Peruvian tapestry from the Chancay period (1000 to 1500 AD) using a powdered pigment (cinnabar), which had...
Yangen Zhou et al.
Inorganic chemistry, 51(23), 12594-12596 (2012-11-13)
Pb(3)O(4) could react with organic dyes in aqueous solution under visible light irradiation, in which Pb(3)O(4) was transformed into Pb(3)(CO(3))(2)(OH)(2) along with oxidation of the organic dyes. Cu(2+) has considerable effect on the reaction. In the presence of Cu(2+), MO...
[Acute lead tetroxide poisoning].
K Markiewicz et al.
Polskie Archiwum Medycyny Wewnetrznej, 72(3), 115-121 (1984-09-01)
Yin Wang et al.
Environmental science & technology, 46(11), 5859-5866 (2012-05-01)
Lead(IV) oxide (PbO(2)) is a corrosion product found in lead service lines used to convey drinking water. The presence of reductants can accelerate PbO(2) dissolution and enhance lead release to drinking water. The dissolution rate rather than the equilibrium solubility...
Azarcón and empacho.
A Ackerman et al.
Pediatrics, 73(1), 114-115 (1984-01-01)
Lead oxide emissions--a case history.
J Delaine
The Annals of occupational hygiene, 30(2), 257-261 (1986-01-01)
Leads from the MMWR. Lead poisoning from Mexican folk remedies--California.
JAMA, 250(23), 3149-3149 (1983-12-16)
L Yáñez et al.
Journal of ethnopharmacology, 41(1-2), 91-97 (1994-01-01)
Azarcon, a lead tetroxide salt, is used among Mexican and Mexican-American populations for the treatment of digestive illness. Chemical analysis of the azarcon sample used in this study showed it to be 96% lead, 1% calcium, 1% other minor metals...
R D Baer et al.
Journal of ethnopharmacology, 24(1), 31-39 (1988-09-01)
This article discusses the availability of three lead-based salts which are being used as folk remedies in Mexico. Distribution systems and geographic availability were determined, and purchased samples were found to be very high in lead content. The findings suggest...
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A Wahid et al.
Human & experimental toxicology, 16(5), 281-283 (1997-05-01)
Lead exposure was assessed in a random cohort of 70 male papier mâché workers and compared with 35 age and sex matched controls. Blood-lead levels in workers were significantly higher than in controls (Mean 68.07 +/- 44.64 ug/dl vs 25.52...
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