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Dimercaprol (BAL)—A chemical agent used to remove excess lead from the body. Edetate calcium disodium (EDTA calcium)—A chemical agent used to remove excess lead from the body. Penicillamine (Cuprimine, Depen)—A drug used to treat medical problems (such as excess copper in the body and rheumatoid arthritis) and to prevent kidney stones. It is also sometimes prescribed to remove excess lead from the body. Pica—An abnormal appetite or craving for nonfood items, often such substances as chalk, clay, dirt, laundry starch, or charcoal.
Pica—An abnormal appetite or craving for nonfood items, often such substances as chalk, clay, dirt, laundry starch, or charcoal. Succimer (Chemet) or DMSA—A drug used to remove excess lead from the body. ORGANIZATIONS National Center for Environmental Health, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. , Atlanta, GA 30341–3724. (888) 232–6789. htm. National Lead Information Center, National Safety Council. 1025 Connecticut Ave. , Suite 1200, Washington, DC 20036. (800) LEAD–FYI (general information), (800) 424–LEAD (detailed information or questions).