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Thanks to an increased understanding of heavy metals and their dangers, mercury and other forms of metal poisoning are becoming increasingly rare. However, cases of heavy metal poisoning do arise, and when they do, it’s nice to know that we now have effective treatment measures in place. In the past, people used to work with heavy metals on a regular basis and suffer severe poisoning that often went undetected and untreated.
Today chelation therapy is the most common treatment for those who acquire heavy metal poisoning, which comes from overexposure to lead, arsenic or mercury and can create a glut of symptoms. Chelation is simply the act of adding chelating agents to the bloodstream, which then work to eradicate the heavy metals. Many different chelating agents are used today depending on the patient, metal and preference of the clinician.
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