EDTA calcium

Edetate calcium disodium (EDTA calcium)

A chemical agent used to remove excess lead from the body.
Mentioned in: Lead Poisoning
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Imprimis' compounded EDTA calcium disodium injection is priced at $495 for a five-day treatment.
Current Food and Drug Administration (FDA) policy permits Imprimis to dispense its EDTA calcium disodium injectable formulation after receipt of a patient-specific prescription.
Timur Durrani, an assistant clinical professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and assistant medical director at the California Poison Control System, commenting about compounding EDTA calcium at his hospital stated, "It's not very viable or practical.