BLL


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BLL

abbreviation for
Bachelor of Laws
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The specific variables analyzed included lead mines in Missouri (inventory of mines, occurrences, and prospects), elevated BLL cases in 2001-2012 (noted the number of children 71 months and younger, in all Missouri counties, with an elevated BLL), housing before 1980, and median household income.
Hazardous waste sites also represent a major source of contamination of water, soil, and food, leading to increases in BLL in children from surrounding communities (UNEP 2012).
Shares of BLL are currently trading well above their 50-day and 200-day moving averages, which is a bullish signal.
The change already has led some local health departments to report an increase in calls related to current, as well as historic, BLL results at or above this new reference value.
As I show below, we now know that the BLL rules would have generated substantial after-transaction-cost excess returns over the 24 years from 1963-1986.
3) OSHA recommends removal from the workplace of any employee whose BLL measures 40 ug/100 dL or higher.
The present analysis was conducted to evaluate the association between childhood BLL and longitudinally measured serum IGF-1 concentrations and to assess whether there is a dose-response relationship between BLL and IGF-1 in a large cohort of peripubertal boys with low-level lead exposure.
If a worker's one-time BLL reaches 60 [micro]g/dL (or averages 50 [micro]g/dL or more on three or more tests), the employer is obligated to remove the employee from excessive exposure, with maintenance of seniority and pay, until the employee's BLL falls below 40 [micro]g/dL.
A study conducted among Korean lead smelter workers (n = 798; mean BLL = 32.
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Among children who received chelation therapy, the postchelation mean BLL was statistically lower (p [less than] .