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AbstractBackground: To evaluate whether salivary lead can be used as a surrogate for blood lead, and if so, over what concentration range.Methodology: Three saliva devices were evaluated and one chosen to undertake this project. Paired saliva and blood samples were collected from 89 UK lead workers. Lead concentrations were determined using ICP-MS. In addition, haemoglobin and ZPP levels were determined in the blood samples and albumin was determined in the saliva samples to investigatedoi:10.2478/bimo-2014-0008 fatcat:4mzkzabgv5byzhgzteo5zquq6i