Ca-EDTA

Ca-EDTA

calcium ethylenediamine tetra-acetic acid. See edetate.
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8] times larger than the Ca-EDTA constant, but [Ca.
Results of blood analysis of lead and zinc levels were negative, and treatment with Ca-EDTA was discontinued.
Data showed that each antidote, at intravenous infusions of 3 g per treatment, increased excretion of lead and aluminum two to three times and was equally effective in removing lead from the body, while Ca-EDTA was more effective in aluminum removal.