British antilewisite


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British antilewisite

[′brid·ish an·tē′lü·wə‚sīt]
(pharmacology)
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2]EDTA, citrate, penicillamine, and 2,3-dimercapto-1-propanol, also known as British AntiLewisite (BAL)] have been shown to increase GI Pb absorption, and in some cases (citrate, penicillamine, and BAL) this has resulted in an increase in body Pb burden (11).
British Antilewisite (BAL) in peanut oil (dimercaprol) eliminates lead through the urine and bile.
Despite chelation therapy with British antilewisite and calcium disodium edetate (CaNa[sub.

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