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Rapid lead screening test

Rapid lead screening test

Rapid lead screening test: The rapid lead screening test is a quick test used to detect lead (Pb) in a blood sample from a finger stick or venous blood sample (from the arm). The test can be used in various healthcare settings and results are obtained in about three minutes.

Rapid lead screening test: Other Names

Other names for Rapid lead screening test include:

  • Pb rapid test
  • Rapid Pb test

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