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The bottom line is that there is no excuse for lead to be used in any kind of consumer products.
This thin lead is the thinnest extendable/retractable active-fixation lead to fit in a 6 F introducer that I have used to date," said Hao, citing the equipment used to introduce a lead in a vein.
At higher levels lead poisoning can lead to blindness, kidney failure, coma, and death.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Medtronic announced today the European introduction of the Medtronic Attain StarFix(TM) OTW (over-the-wire) lead (Model 4195), the first-ever cardiac resynchronisation therapy (CRT) left-heart lead to offer customizable fixation technology.
Childhood lead poisoning can lead to brain damage, learning disabilities or a loss in IQ.
Over time, high blood pressure can lead to heart attacks and strokes.
The resulting residue lowered leachable lead to non detect levels as verified by independent laboratory tests.
Antisocial behavior in childhood can lead to violent behavior as an adult, according to Terrie E.
But because lead use has such a long history, pollution added at least as much lead to the environment during ancient times as it has since the industrial revolution, says Renberg.
In areas with strict enforcement, failure to remediate lead-contaminated properties can lead to criminal charges, tort relief for victims, publication of the addresses of contaminated buildings, and notification of other tenants and mortgage- and lien-holders.
This is the world's first CRT lead to offer physicians the advantages of bipolar sensing and pacing combined with a composite body for superior handling, our unique S-shaped distal tip for outstanding stability, and a choice of stylet or over-the-wire approach to optimize placement," said Michael J.
Both alleles were positively associated with decreased bone lead concentrations, and neither affected the relationship of blood or bone lead to ALS.