Translation of lead poisoning in Spanish:

lead poisoning

intoxicación por plomo, n.

noun

  • 1

    intoxicación por plomo feminine
    (chronic disease) saturnismo masculine
    • Acknowledged as an occupational disease, lead poisoning is a disabling illness.
    • Children can get lead poisoning by chewing on pieces of peeling paint or by swallowing house dust or soil that contains tiny chips of the leaded paint from these buildings.
    • Some experts believe the toxins in our drinking water are the number one health threat causing cancer, heart disease and lead poisoning.
    • Strategies for the primary prevention of lead poisoning have only been implemented within the past 25 years.
    • They have poorer oral hygiene, more lead poisoning, more asthma, poorer nutrition, and less-adequate pediatric care.
    • Other causes of encephalitis include influenza, listeriosis, brucellosis, Rocky Mountain spotted fever, whooping cough, rabies and lead poisoning.
    • Such a lead content is sufficient to cause chronic lead poisoning if it is applied regularly over the eyelids, especially during childhood.
    • The United States can ill-afford growing sites of endemic disease, lead poisoning, and mental illness.
    • The management of lead poisoning remains challenging.
    • They add that relying on asking parents about the age of their home to determine which children should be screened for lead poisoning is inadequate.
    • In all core cities, the main housing units most likely to be a source of lead poisoning are rental units frequently owned by persons who live out of town.
    • Children with lead poisoning are prone to neurotoxicity, although the mechanism is not well understood.
    • Lead builds up in the tissues, and chronic lead poisoning can cause mental retardation and sterility.
    • Less common causes of microcytosis are thalassemia and lead poisoning.
    • Many children exposed to the exhaust fumes from such petrol suffered chronic lead poisoning.
    • Some people's genes are more susceptible to lead poisoning… but lead poisoning isn't healthy for anyone.
    • Iron deficiency can also lead to better absorption of lead, which increases the risk of lead poisoning in children, especially those living in older homes.
    • Anyone can get lead poisoning but some children are at greater risk.
    • We used the same analytic strategy to examine environmental risk factors for lead poisoning in the subsample of children.
    • In these days when so many men are using cutting torches, the physician must be on the watch for acute lead poisoning.