Which steps would a state health department most likely take to reduce lead exposure ? check all that apply


Which steps would a state health department most likely take to reduce lead exposure ? check all th

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the health department would close the source of the lead.

The answers are:


1. Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home

2. Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure

3. Work with federal agencies to determine factors that contribute to lead exposure


These measures are components of public health measures to promote health, prevent disease and prolong life of target population.

putting more regulations on Oil

Explanation:

If we were to reduce the amount of led in oil we would have less exposure.

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Hello. This question is incomplete. The full question is:

"Which steps would a state health department most likely take to reduce lead exposure? Check all that apply: Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home.  Evaluate the number of countries affected by lead exposure.  Create general national guidelines for working with lead.  Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure.  Work with federal agencies to determine factors that contribute to lead exposure."

Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home. Create general national guidelines for working with lead. Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure. Work with federal agencies to determine factors that contribute to lead exposure.

Explanation:

Lead is a very toxic element that can be very dangerous for people who are exposed to that element. Lead exposure can affect the nervous system and cause chronic encephalopathy, cognitive and mood changes, peripheral neuropathy, in addition, lead directly affects the kidneys and can cause kidney failure, among other terrible health problems.

For this reason, it is important for the state health department to take steps to reduce possible cases of lead exposure that may occur to the population. Some attitudes that the state health department can adopt are:

Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home. Create general national guidelines for working with lead. Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure. Work with federal agencies to determine factors that contribute to lead exposure.

Evaluate the number of countries affected by lead exposure

Explanation:

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Explanation:

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1. Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home

2. Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure

3. Work with federal agencies to determine factors that contribute to lead exposure

Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home. Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure.

Explanation:

In humans, lead poisoning can lead to many health problems, and in many cases these problems appear late in exposure, ie after a long period of contact with this metal. Lead toxicity in cells causes oxidative stress caused by imbalance in the production of free radicals and the generation of antioxidants to combat these radicals, in addition to altering ion permeability. The most common clinical effects are: difficulty in memory and learning, coordinative dysfunctions; personality disorders, peripheral motor neuropathies, hypochromic anemia, nephropathy among others.

To lessen cases of lead poisoning, a state health department may adopt guidelines to reduce citizens' exposure to lead and to offer treatments to those who are already intoxicated. Health deportations can:

Promote health-planning operations to limit lead exposure at home. Provide preventative services to at-risk communities affected by lead exposure.
1 and 4. At first glance, 3 seems like an obvious choice, but a state would not create and enforce national guidelines.


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