skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • allergy to rubber accelerators | dermnet nz

    Allergy to rubber accelerators | DermNet NZ

    Treatment of the rash caused by rubber accelerators is with medications that are used to treat acute dermatitis/eczema. Shoe dermatitis needs to be properly diagnosed and treated. Contact dermatitis of the feet can often become infected with Staphylococcus aureus (it can also be confused with the fungal infection , tinea pedis ).

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • allergy to rubber accelerators | dermnet nz

    Allergy to rubber accelerators | DermNet NZ

    What should I do to avoid rubber accelerator allergy? The best way to avoid rubber accelerator allergy is by being aware of products that contain rubber accelerators. However, it is generally difficult to determine which products contain rubber accelerators and which don't. Minimize your exposure to all rubber products.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • allergy to rubber accelerators | dermnet nz

    Allergy to rubber accelerators | DermNet NZ

    What should I do to avoid rubber accelerator allergy? The best way to avoid rubber accelerator allergy is by being aware of products that contain rubber accelerators. However, it is generally difficult to determine which products contain rubber accelerators and which don't. Minimize your exposure to all rubber products.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.

  • allergy to rubber accelerators | dermnet nz

    Allergy to rubber accelerators | DermNet NZ

    If no reaction occurs slowly lengthen the period of contact with your skin to a maximum of 48 hours. Do not test insecticides or other chemical products in this way. What should I do to avoid rubber accelerator allergy? The best way to avoid rubber accelerator allergy is by being aware of products that contain rubber accelerators.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves-An experimental study. Hamnerius N(1), Pontén A(1), Björk J(2)(3), Persson C(1), Bergendorff O(1). Author information: (1)Department of Occupational and Environmental Dermatology, Lund University, Skåne University Hospital, Malmö, Sweden.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study - Hamnerius - 2019 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley Online Library Skip to Article Content

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine in medical gloves—An experimental study Article in Contact Dermatitis 81(1) · February 2019 with 55 Reads How we measure 'reads'

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH. Methods With the use of ethanol washes, the amount of DPG left on the hands after wearing of gloves for 60 minutes was measured, and comparisons between hands exposed and not exposed to

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Dermatitis caused by occupational contact allergy to rubber additives such as diphenylguanidine (DPG) in medical gloves is a hazard for healthcare workers. Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory.

  • skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Skin exposure to the rubber accelerator diphenylguanidine

    Both the duration of exposure to medical gloves and the number of gloves used per day vary. The use of alcoholic skin disinfectants before glove donning is mandatory. Objectives: To assess whether skin exposure to the rubber accelerator DPG released from glove material is influenced by alcoholic hand disinfectants, time, and pH.