The dynamics of diethyllead excretion in rabbit urine according to the dose and method of administration of tetraethyllead were studied. Investigations were made on male rabbits which were given two doses of tetraethyllead (12 mg/kg and 3 mg/kg) using intravenous and intragastric methods. Rabbits were also exposed for five hours to tetraethyllead at a concentration of 200 micrograms/m3 in the air. The results show the relation of the diethyllead excretion in rabbit urine to the dose and method of administration.
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