Thank you for your query on Healthcare Magic.
I think the level of lead is 77 micrograms/dL.
Zinc toxicity is an uncommon problem and this usually associated with nausea
, vomitings, and stomach cramps
But the major concern is with lead toxicity.
Lead come from water, food, toys, dust from old sheets.
Give water for lead level estimation.
As the blood lead level
is high, the child requires immediate chelation treatment preferably with hospitalization.
The lead level is high and needs immediate treatment.
The blood level should be less than 10 micrograms/dL.
Therefore continue the medication as advised and repeat the blood lead levels as advised and be in regular follow up.
Hope I have answered your query.