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Psycho- logic reports indicated considerable difficulty with all items involving visual-motor coordination, and low average intelligence. Treatment should aim at immobilizing the Pb in the bones. Pb poisoning in children could be entirely pre- vented. Pb paint should never be used in places that children can reach. Pb nipple-shields should be prohibited. The use of dimercaprol in the treatment of Pb poisoning is discussed and is thought to be worthy of trial, especially in cases of Pb encephalopathy.

Belgrave Hosp. The answer to the query posed was that at present the incidence of Pb poisoning among children from their gnawing on baseboards, furniture or toys is low. At present few coating materials for interi- ors and furniture contain Pb, for economic rea- sons. Lithopone and titanium dioxide have largely replaced Pb compounds. Some Pb may appear in the pigments, such as the greens and oranges. No sub- stantial toy manufacturer now uses Pb paints.

Synthetic dyes have widely displaced mineral pig- ments, although traces of Pb may be present in quick-drying agents. No specific federal laws have been enacted with respect to Pb in these paints. The matter chiefly has been solved on tne basis of intelligent understanding and good faith on the part of manufacturers. Some difficulty still arises from the well meaning neighborhood friend of children who repaints old toys, using whatever paint is on hand.

Some of the aniline dyes employed on toys are theoretically capable of inducing methemoglobinemia, but the quantity in- volved is less than in crayons. Pb poisoning is a preventable disease in children and Pb-containing paints are the chief source of poisoning. In order to adequately prevent this condition, the elimination of these paints from the immediate environment of the child during the 2nd and 3rd yr of life is essential.

Pb-free paints are readily available.

The principal haz- ard occurs from repainted furniture in the poorer class homes. who has a natural tendency to pica may ingest sufficient Pb from many different sources pewuudia cause symptoms. Pb from repainted cots and cribs, play pens, furniture, etc, may have a cumu- lative effect in the body due to the fact that it is normally excreted very slowly. The poisoning Wilzbach, C. Cincinnati Health Dept.

Cin- cinnati Journal of Medicine There seemed to be a sudden increase in Wo,en poison- ing in children in recent months. Five diagnosed cases in addition to suspicious cases were report- ed to the Cincinnati Health Department since Jan- uary 1, with 2 deaths reported this year and 1 additional death occurred that was suspected as being due to Pb poisoning. In 3 children died from this cause. There seems to be evidence that Pb is now being used more frequently in paint, however, in most cases it is the home repaint job that causes the trouble.

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It is generally known that children chew painted surfaces, woodwork, window sills, cribs, high chairs, other furniture, and toys. In most instances children's furniture and toys hornh finished with non-Pb paint when purchased. Pb poisoning is a definite health hazard in young children and physicans should be alert to its presence.

When discovered early, serious ill- ness can be prevented. The symptoms may be mild for several weeks or months, consisting only of headache, loss of gorny and anemia. Other symptoms may include pains in the abdomen, nausea, vomiting, persistent constipation and convulsions. Medical Clinics of North America Nov. Chewing on furniture, toys or woodwork painted with Pb-containing paint is the chief source of this poison.

Some of the ingested Pb reaches the cir- culation and is then carried to many parts of the body. Pb deposition in long bones gives character- istic lines. Pewudua the brain, encephalitis may en- sue.

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The symptoms are at first insidious. Con- vulsions and anemia with stippled red cells are common. Quantitative blood and urine studies help to make the diagnosis. The treatment is not too satisfactory. Na citrate has been used in recent years with some success. Supportive therapy is in order, chiefly anticonvulsive measures and blood transfusions. Recently EDTA has been in- troduced. Further evaluation is needed, but it appears promising.

A series of 12 cases observed in the Hahnemann Hospital were reviewed. The findings were quite typical. Occupational Health May It is reported that several cases of Pb poisoning among children of storage battery makers have oc- curred in the Philippines recently. The families live in close proximity to the workshop and the young children through ignorance or neglect of the parents are allowed to play or eat near the place of work and were thereby exposed to Pb dust and fume. Three cases of which 2 were fatal are de- scribed as an illustration of this occurrence.

A study of Pb poisoning among the workers in the man- ufacture, of Pb seals, bars, washers, and storage batteries in Manilla showed high concentrations of Pb at the breathing level of the workers. The physical, urine, and blood examinations also showed chronic Pb poisoning, however no cases of acute. George Washington Univ. School Med. Medical Annals of the District of Columbia 5 June Pb poisoning from the ingestion of paint from wood- work in a 3-yr-old boy was diagnosed on the basis of history, X-ray films of long bones and the pre- sence of Pb in blood and urine.

This dose was repeated 5 days later and for 2 additional doses at 8-hr intervals. Therapy was discontinued after 12 days because of marked improvement in the pa- tient's condition. A total of 6. None of the symptoms during the child's illness were referable to EDTA. A slight rise in the blood nonprotein N suggests that EDTA competes with nitrogenous wastes for excretion. Baltimore City Health Dept.

Public Health Nursing Oct. Since the Baltimore City Health Department has recorded cases of Pb poisoning in young children. The ratio of cases and deaths between white and Negro children was ; cases and 31 deaths among white children and cases and 60 deaths among Negro children. Inwhen Pb poisoning was the 3rd ranking cause of death in the yr age group in Baltimore, 77 cases were reported. Nine of the children died and 22 showed evidence of encephalitis. Only pneumonia and tuberculosis killed more children in that age group that year.

The Health Department's plan of attack has devel- oped along 2 lines: 1 Home investigation and law enforcement; 2 education and publicity, stressing prevention. For some years home visits have been made to all reported cases to find out the child's condition and also to ascertain the likely source of the material ingested. The in- gestion of Pb pigment paint has been found to be the causative agent. Under the Baltimore Ordi- nance on the Hygiene of Housing the presence of paint containing Pb pigment is interpreted as being a health hazard, and the elimination of the source of danger, when not done willingly, can be enforced.

In June the Health Department adopted a new regulation specifying that the painting of interior surfaces must be done with paint free of Pb pigment. Pb poisoning is chiefly a disease of the slums where bad housing conditions are prevalent. In the education and publicity cam- paign, newspaper releases and radio shows, pam- phlets, and talks to interested community groups are employed. Sanitarians, ased to housing and rodent control, are particularly alert to the dangers of flaking paint on their inspections and to the need to have such conditions corrected.

Pb poisoning in children has been stressed in the edu- cational programs of the public health nursing staff and affiliating student nurses. By observing the condition of in a well baby clinic or during a home visit and by inquiring in- to a possible history 01 paint chewing or eating, she can make a splendid contribution in cutting down the incidence of Pb poisoning in young chil- dren.

It is particularly important that a nurse consider the possibility of Pb ingestion when shows some of the more common symptoms of Pb poisoning such as pallor, irritability, vomiting, loss of appetite, and cramps, in addition to pica. On visits to the home where there are small chil- dren the public health nurse can well include the prevention of Pb poisoning as part of her home safety supervision.

Kings County Hosp. American Journal of Diseases of Children Sept.

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Fourteen cases of chronic Pb intoxication are pre- sented, 12 of which occurred from June-Sept. In 10 of the 14 cases there was definite evidence of encephalopathy. In 2 cases tuberculosis men- ingitis coexisted, and the presence of Pb encepha- lopathy could not be ascertained with certainty. The s and symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and prognosis are tabulated and briefly discussed. From authors' summary Giannattasio, R. Pediatrics Ih of symptoms was noted in every case.

Resting urinary Pb levels were increased 3- to 7-fold without exacerbation of symptoms. BAL was found to be nontoxic in the dose used and acted as an effective deleading agent. The authors feel that this form of treatment merits use in both the chronic and acute phases ameerican Pb intoxication. These 3 cases were part of the group of 14 reported in the preceding abstract.

Chil- dren's Clinic, Acad. Svenska Lakartidningen Aug. A 3-mo-old infant was hospitalized because of un- usual listlessness, vomiting and convulsions, culminating in coma after admission, qomen and paleness having begun 1 mo before. Peewudia EEC taken on the 1st day, before BAL was started, showed severe pathologic s, especial- ly in the upper parietal region. Although the child improved under BAL therapy to the extent that clinically no brain damage could be observed, the EEC's taken 2, 4, and 12 wk after admission were still pathologic.

The mother felt that the diachylon salve was the better one, so pewudix used it exclusively 4 times daily for at least 1 mo. Before nursing she washed the breast carefully with gasoline, then soap and water. The author concludes that this had not prevented the absorption of Pb, with the consequences described above. Bartholomew's Hosp. Lancet Aug. Woomen commonest cause of Pb poisoning in children in Britain is ingestion of a,erican on woodwork in the home, particularly on cots.

The authors describe 5 cases of Pb poisoning aged 3 yr or less4 of which arose from the father's use of Pb paint for renovating the cot. These 5 cases bring the num- ber of reports published in England during the past 60 yr to 19, the source of Pb being: painted woodwork 9nipple shields 4toy soldiers 2fumes from burning battery casings 2drinking water 1 and toilet powder 1.

The 1st patient presented with, apart from other aerican and symptoms, diaphragmatic paralysis, muscle pain and tenderness of the abdomen to pal- pation, and bilateral foot drop 8 days after ad- mission to the hospital. Stippled erythrocytes led to the diagnosis of Pb poisoning, confirmed by history of ingestion of Pb from the cot, raised blood and urinary Pb, radiographic evidences of Pb in the bones. Recovery from polyneuritis, in- cluding diaphragmatic paralysis, was complete after 3 wk.

Man Radiographic appearances consistent with the diagnosis of Pb poisoning were present in all 5 cases, with dense lines at pewuia angles of the scap- ulae 2 cases. Increase of stippled cells was minimal in 1 case and absent in ammerican cases.

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Encepha- lopathy was present without fits in 2 patients, while another was admitted with convulsions, which continued as status epilepticus for 24 hr despite repeated im injections of paraldehyde. Treatment generally was by Ca lactate or glu- conate, vitamin D, blood transfusions, milk or high Ca diet. All 5 patients recovered. Pica, a common prelude to Pb poisoning, was ex- hibited by all 5 patients.

Patient 2 twin sister of patient 1 had no history of illness but was admitted owing to the family history, thereby avoiding much delay in necessary treatment. Many similar cryptic cases of Pb poisoning probably exist and it is emphasized that the paucity of published reports does not reflect the potential danger to children of paint containing Pb. Serious complications such as encephalopathy can be averted only by early diagnosis and removal of source of Pb, and by education of the general public to this hazard.

Public Health Reports Mar. As reviewed by the authors, chewing of paint from cribs, toys, furniture, and window sills, and eating of painted plaster and fallen paint flakes cause Pb poisoning in childhood. Putting things in the mouth, though normal in the 1st yr of life, is abnormal, if continued much later and is re- ferred to as pica, or perverted appetite.

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Child- ren of teething age living in old, run-down houses where Pb paint has been used for years are especial- ly likely to have Pb poisoning. Although pica does not exist on a seasonal basis, a striking of Pb poisoning cases resulting from this habit occur in the hot summer months. Though no explanation for this phenomenon has been given yet, it has been mentioned by several investigators.

Weeks or months following repeated ingestion of small a- mounts of Pb there may appear irritability, fret- fulness or disturbed gastrointestinal function, such as lack of appetite, constipation, vomiting or americna there may also be pallor as the result of secondary anemia. More severe intoxication in Pb encephalitis, which horyn terminate in death. Central nervous system involvement or en- cephalopathy rarely seen in adults with Pb poison- ing, is common in children, whereas peripheral neuritis, a Pb line on the gums, and colic are usually absent in children.

A history of pica and examination of blood smears for stippling of the red blood cells are important aids in diagnosis. Porphyrinuria is frequently found, and the demon- stration smerican X ray of an increased density in the growing ends of the long bones is a cardinal of Pb poisoning. The quantitative determination of Pb in blood or urine is helpful in diagnosis. The authors review the efforts made in their De- partment to diagnose and treat Pb poisoning in in- fants.

Education of the public combined with "Pb consciousness" in physicians and pediatric clinics and with a blood-Pb laboratory service has resulted in a marked increase in case recognition. It is hoped that education and the enforcement of mea- sures regulating the use of Pb-containing paints result in a material reduction and eventual elim- ination of Pb poisoning in children.

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Knicker- bocker Hosp. A fatal case of Pb encephalopathy in a mo-old Negro girl with pica is presented. The diagnosis was unsuspected clinically and based on the pres- ence of acid-fast nuclear inclusion bodies in kid- ney and liver. Typical microscopic changes of the brain and a ificant increase of Pb 0. The differ- ential diagnoses are discussed from the standpoints of the clinician and the pathologist. Special Report No. A 2-yr-old Negro girl was admitted with convulsions that developed after anorexia and vomiting earlier the same day.

There was no history of head pewudja, exposure to contagious diseases pewydia drug ingestion. Past history revealed that the patient had fre- quently put objects ij her mouth. Laboratory examinations upon admission showed the following blood picture: Hb, 2 g; erythrocytes, 2,; leukocytes, 10,; lymphocytes, 38; monocytes hlrny stippled erythrocytes SE1 each. X-ray studies of womsn lower extremities revealed increased epwudia ties at the metaphyses of the distal ends of both femora and of the distal and proximal ends of both tibiae and fibulae, which suggested Pb poison- ing.

This was confirmed by the finding of SE and the history of pica. A catheterized hr urine showed Pb excretions consistent with a diagnosis peewudia Pb poisoning. On the 5th day in hospital the patient became restless, lost appetite and seemed apathetic. Because respira- tion became soon shallow after this the respir- ations were stimulated pewuia electrophrenic respira- tor for 15 min.

Recurrence of respiratory problems necessitated the repeated use of the electrophrenic respirator and continued EDTA treatment with satis- factory. The authors were convinced that the convulsions were not due to the therapy, and the continued administration of the EDTA was justi- fied by the course of the patient.

Occu- pational Health May The correspondent was interested in the article in the May issue of "Occupational Health," on Pb poisoning among children of storage battery makers. He wished to know about the exact values of the Pb content in urine in these cases pewudiz also about wmoen other investigations on the normal Pb content in urine of children. He had seen some cases of children living in the neighborhood of an electrochemical plant producing dust containing some few percent of Pb compounds.

They had no clinical symptoms but he felt the find- ings indicated that they had been exposed to Pb. As both the basophilic values and the coproporphy- rin test are not very specific, he wished to know more about urinary Pb values in children, before starting further investigations. Maryland School Med. Jour- nal of Pediatrics Apr. A statistical survey is presented of 54 cases with acute Pb encephalopathy admitted to the University Hospital.

The patients, ranging in age between mo mean Womrn 1st group consisted of 38 cases which had occurred be- tweenie, before BAL was used. Of these 10 died The detailed complaints and physical findings of this group are presented in a table. Group 2 consisted of 16 cases which were treated from after the introduction of BAL. The mortality was 6. The authors present a brief analysis of the clinical symptoms, s, and laboratory data.

Stress is placed on the importance of supportive measures in the management of acute Pb encephalo- pathy, especially the prevention of infection and acidosis. Because of the striking difference in the overall mortality in the 2 groups, further trials in the treatment of acute Pb encephalopathy with BAL are indicated. Hornu 1 or more of the fol- lowing s were present in with Pb poi- soning, he was considered to have encephalopathy: convulsions, increased intracranial pressure, per- sistent vomiting, cranial nerve palsies, muscle weakness or paralysis, ataxia, drowsiness, tremors, and increased concentration of protein in the spinal fluid.

Three of the 8 cases in the control group amegican severe and 5 mild. In the BAL group 3 wonen severe and 3 mild. In the noncomatose children treated with BAL, s and symptoms subsided in hr. The comatose children became alert in hr, and in 1 of the 3 recovery was complete within this period. The other 2 had ptosis of the eyelid, which was transitory.

In the noncomatose child- ren of the hotny group the presenting symptoms persisted for from 3 days-1 wk. Coma or stupor lasted days. One child died after 3 days in deep coma. The hprny 2 comatose patients retained severe neurological defects, hemiparesis, and blind- ness. The authors conclude that BAL seems to lower mortality and decrease the severity of residuals in acute Pb encephalopathy. In proper dosage it appears to be a safe therapeutic agent. Neurology 73, A fatal case of acute encephalopathy with meningeal reaction in the spinal fluid and anemia due to Pb poisoning in a mo-old infant is reported.

For 5 mo prior to illness the child had been nibbling at the window sills of the house in which she lived. The problem of differential diagnosis be- tween Pb encephalopathy and tuberculous meningitis is discussed. On the basis of pathologic findings, it is concluded that the ameriacn morphologic ab- normality in Pb encephalopathy appears to be an alteration in the smaller blood amsrican, which produces an increase in permeability and multiple zones of ischemic necrosis.

These are widespread throughout the brain and the extensive damage ex- plains why survival or normal mental function is so rare. In the period from February to September14 children, ranging in age wojen 18 mo-3 yr were admitted to a Brooklyn hospital with acute Pb encephalopathy. Six amrrican these children were treated wommen dimercaprol BALand the 8 others, who served as controls, were given a diet high in Ca and in- Karpinski, F.

Jefferson Med. Journal of Pediatrics June All 3 showed extreme irritability and severe trem- ors. In 2 cases papilledema was present and on Man admission 1 of these was blind. The Pb blood levels were 0. Abnormal electroencephalographic tracings pequdia obtained on all 3. No more than 4. There were peewudia deaths and clinical improvement of variable degree was observed in all 3 patients. Christopher's Hosp. Journal of Pediatrics Yorny. Two fatal cases of Pb poisoning in children are presented in which more careful analysis of the X rays of the chest might have resulted in an earlier diagnosis.

A review of 10 additional cases of Pb poisoning also revealed dense zones at the anterior ends of the ribs on chest X rays. These observations emphasize the importance of careful scrutiny of ameircan anterior ends of ribs on all roent- genograms of the chests of infants and children. The involuntary motions had become minimal, there was a slight limping, she appeared more alert and the toilet habits were much improved. Georgetown Univ.

Sci- ence June 12 Patients A, B, and C were children yr old; D was a male adult. A received 0. B who had survived an acute episode was treated 2 wk later, and C, suffering from chronic poisoning was treated 1 wk after exacerbation of the symp- toms due to respiratory ailment. The authors con- clude that the data reported indicate that admin- istration of CaEDTA resulted in marked enhancement of Pb excretion in these patients.

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Archives of Pediatrics Jan. A case of cerebral palsy, although extremely rare, is presented in a 5-yr-old colored girl. After an eomen normal development she developed pica, causing an unsteady gait, irritability and a re- gression in the toilet habits. Hoeny weeks pre- vious to the examination she suffered from pro- jectile vomiting and became anorexic.

Laboratory findings revealed the following: Hb, 8. Numerous X-ray studies re- vealed Pb lines in the knees and wrists, on the abdominal plate radiopaque material of metallic density was seen in the rectum with Pb lines in the iliac crest, essentially a negative abdomen, the chest plate showed generalized sclerosis of all the visible bones and deep bands of increased den- sity in scapulae and the sternal ends of the ribs. Vitamin D and Ca lactate were administered to keep the Pb stored in the bones.

After 17 mo, at follow-up examination she was much improved and apart from some slow involuntary rotary motions in the feet and forearms and hands there were no positive findings. Diagnosis of rotary athetoid type of cerebral palsy was made. Because of success in the treatment of post-enceph- alitis athedoids, artane was advised, but its ef- fectiveness could not be judged in this case, since Van Wisselingh, C. Children's Clinic, Mun. Amsterdam, Netherlands : Verhoogde loodabsorptie tengevolge van pica bij een jongen van 7 jaar, gecombineerd met achylia gastrica en hypochrome, microcytaire anaemie.

Maandschrift vcor Kindergenees- kunde A case of severe hypochromic microcytic horjy with splenomegaly and achylia gastrica in a 7-yr- old boy is described. For 3 yr the patient had repeatedly eaten Pb-paint, and for a long time he had been suffering from malnutrition. The difference between increased Pb-absorption and Pb poisoning is discussed. This patient showed no symptoms of Pb poisoning.

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The authors stress the fact that such paint also contains other poisonous components which could have caused the symptoms. Finally the connection between achylia gastrica and hypochromic anaemia and the other causes of pica are discussed. Royal Manchester Children's Hosp; Univ. Lancet July 11 History reveals that for the past 3 yr he could not be restrained from eating wood and paint. As the level of the amino acids in the plasma was normal, this suggests that the Pb poisoning caused a defect in the renal tubules.

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