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Background:  1   Painters are chronically exposed to lead -based paintsproducts, which cause anemia by impairing heme biosynthesis and increasing the red blood cell destruction. The present study was conducted to

Objective: To assess the lead exposure and haematologicalhematological effects of lead among brush painters in brush painters as they are chronically exposed to lead based paints. Objective: To as well to estimate the prevalence of anemia among brush painters themand lead exposure among them. .

Methodology: Community A community-  2   based cross-sectional study was conducted on 100 occupational residential brush painters of Mysore city of, India during, from July 2012 andto September 2012. Subjects were interviewed uUsing standardized questionnaire, mainly, forthe subjects were interviewed to obtain information primarily pertaining to lead toxicity symptoms and personal hygiene. Venous blood samples were drawn and haematologicalhematological parameters were determined (n= =  3 100). The marker of anaemiaanemia was haemoglobinhemoglobin concentration. Through Systematic random sampling, 30In total, 30 samples were selected forto estimate the blood lead concentration (PbB) estimation. ) through random sampling.

Results: The prevalence of anemia among the subjects was 3% among the subjects. The mean hemoglobin concentration was 15.5±1.4 g/dL and mean blood lead concentration (PbB)  4 was were 15.5 ± 1.4 g/dL and 12.9 ± 10.9 µg/dL, respectively. There was no significant correlation found between the PbB and haematologicalhematological parameters. There wasThe lead toxicity symptoms had a high prevalence of lead toxicity symptoms and the symptoms were more frequent in the less hygienic subjects than in the hygienic subjectsones. Blood lead concentration PbB among these painters iswas  5 less than the threshold (PbB >50 µg/dL) for hematological alterations (>50 µg/dL). Hence lead induced anaemia is not a health risk among brush painters. The PbB is also and less than the recommended threshold for occupational exposure (30 µg/dL). But

Conclusions: Lead-induced anemia is not a health risk among brush painters. However, the high prevalence of lead toxicity symptoms indicates the long -term health effects of lead, even at low exposure levels of exposure. Fortunately, being hygienic is an easily achievable goal to for decrease reducing the lead exposure among the painters.

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Painters are chronically exposed to lead -  1based paintsproducts, which causescause anemia by impairing heme biosynthesis and increasing the red blood cell destruction. The present study was conductedaimed to assess the lead exposure and haematological hematological effects of lead inamong brush painters as they are chronically exposed to lead based paints. .  2

Objective: To estimate the prevalence of anemia among brush painters and assess lead exposure among them. brush painters.

Methodology: A cCommunity- based cross-sectional study was conducted on 100 occupational residential brush painters of Mysore city of, India during, from July 2012 andto September 2012. The sSubjects were interviewed using standardized questionnaire, mainly, for to obtain information on lead toxicity symptoms and personal hygiene. Venous blood samples were drawn and haematological parameters were determined (n= = 100). The marker of anaemiaanemia was haemoglobinhemoglobin concentration. Through Systematicsystematic random sampling, 30 samples were selected for estimating blood lead concentration (PbB) estimation.

Results: The prevalence of anemia among the subjects was 3% among the subjects. The mean hemoglobin concentration was 15.5± ± 1.4 g/dL, and the mean blood lead concentration (PbB)  3 was 12.9± ± 10.9 µg/dL. There was no significant correlation found between the PbB and haematological parameters. There was a high prevalence of lead toxicity symptoms; and the symptoms were more frequent in the less hygienic subjects than in the hygienic subjectsones. Blood lead concentration PbB among these painters iswas  4 less than the threshold (PbB >50 µg/dL) for hematological hematological alterations (>50 µg/dL). Hence, lead- induced anaemia is not a health risk among brush painters. The PbB is was also less than the recommended threshold for occupational exposure (30 µg/dL). But, but the high prevalence of lead toxicity symptoms indicates the long -term health effects of lead, even at low exposure levels of exposure. Fortunately, being hygienic is an easily achievable goal to for decrease reducing the lead exposure among the painters.

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