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EDTA
chelate plasma calcium
CaNa2EDTA
lead poisoning, shift lead from bone to soft tissue
poorly absorbed orally --> IV
Dimercaprol
BAL - treatment of arsenic, mercury, and gold poisoning (and with CaNa2EDTA - lead)
-deep IM only
DMSA (2,3 dimercaptosuccinic acid)
orally effective treatment of child lead poisoning (also mercury and arsenic)
-lacks toxicity because specific for heavy metals
Penicillamine
treatment of Wilson's disease - copper toxicity
-given orally
-not very effective for lead poisoning
Deferoxamine
acute iron poisoning (IV and PO) and secondary hemosiderosis (slow infusion IV or SC)