Abstract| Volume 177, ISSUE 1, P45, August 2013

Lead exposure and heart rate variability among urban children

      Although lead exposure in general population has been substantially reduced by measures taken, it is still of great concern especially in children. The effect of lead on heart rate variability has been recently reported, but the mechanisms and its nature, especially in low dose ranges, still need to be confirmed.
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