thiuram allergy: july 2010 accelerators and antioxidants for rubber compounds caldic

  • allergic contact dermatitis to synthetic rubber gloves

    Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Synthetic Rubber Gloves

    Contact allergy to rubber gloves is primarily caused by accelerators added to speed up rubber vulcanization, including carbamates, thiurams, 2-mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT), and 1,3-diphenylguanidine (DPG). It may also be caused by antioxidants that prevent rubber deterioration, such as black rubber mix chemicals (p-phenylenediamines).

  • (pdf) allergic contact dermatitis to synthetic rubber gloves

    (PDF) Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Synthetic Rubber Gloves

    genic rubber accelerators or antioxidants. Our approach (mostly from accelerator compounds) Results Contact allergy to thiuram mix was found in 8 of 16 patients, whereas 12 of 16 patients

  • (pdf) accelerator‐free gloves as alternatives in cases

    (PDF) Accelerator‐free gloves as alternatives in cases

    The prevalence of natural rubber latex allergy as diagnosed by prick testing was 2.5%, and chlorhexidine allergy (both contact allergy and IgE-mediated allergy) was found in <1%.

  • black rubber mix and acd | the dermatologist

    Black Rubber Mix and ACD | The Dermatologist

    From1985 to 1990, the North American Contact Dermatitis Group determined the incidence of synthetic rubber allergy to be approximately 4%, with more than 55% of the exposures being from occupational sources (85% secondary to glove use). 34 Among those who had a positive patch test to a rubber mix, thiuram mix (62%) and BRM (38%) were the most

  • contact allergy to thiurams: multifactorial analysis

    Contact allergy to thiurams: multifactorial analysis

    To analyse the association between occupation (represented by job title) and contact allergy to thiuram vulcanising agents based on data of a clinical registry (IVDK, www.ivdk.org ). Clinical, demographic and allergy patch test data of all patients tested between 1992 and 2006 with the thiuram mix (1% in petrolatum) as part of the baseline series was analysed (n&nbsp;=&nbsp;121,051). Poisson

  • john libbey eurotext - european journal of dermatology

    John Libbey Eurotext - European Journal of Dermatology

    The word caoutchouc (commonly called rubber in English) is derived from the Amerindian phrase cao (wood) tchu (crying). In 1839, Charles Goodyear's discovery of the vulcanisation of rubber revolutionised the use and applications of rubber. Over 20,000 plant species can produce latex but Hevea brasiliensis (Willd.

  • ijerph | free full-text | contact allergy—emerging allergens

    IJERPH | Free Full-Text | Contact Allergy—Emerging Allergens

    Contact allergy to accelerators used in natural or synthetic rubber gloves is not uncommon, especially in the healthcare sector. In a Swedish cross-sectional study of 311 health care workers with hand eczema, 6% were sensitised to rubber compounds, compared to 1% in those without hand eczema [ 178 ].

  • dob05001_1001_1007 | allergy | dermatitis | free 30-day trial

    dob05001_1001_1007 | Allergy | Dermatitis | Free 30-day Trial

    Contact allergy to rubber gloves is primarily caused by accelerators added to speed up rubber vulcanization, includ- ing carbamates, thiurams, 2-mercaptoben- zothiazole (MBT), and 1,3-diphenylgua- nidine (DPG). It may also be caused by antioxidants that prevent rubber deterio- ration, such as black rubber mix chemi-

  • focus sessions (fs) - 2018 - contact dermatitis - wiley

    Focus Sessions (FS) - 2018 - Contact Dermatitis - Wiley

    A total of 21 commercially available medical gloves touted as “accelerator‐free,” “sensitive,” or “low dermatitis potential” were obtained and analysed via mass spectrometry (LC‐ESI‐HRAMS/MS) to determine if any of nine known rubber accelerators were present (thiurams, carbamates, mercaptobenzothiazole, and diphenylguanidine).

  • allergic contact dermatitis to synthetic rubber gloves

    Allergic Contact Dermatitis to Synthetic Rubber Gloves

    Contact allergy to rubber gloves is primarily caused by accelerators added to speed up rubber vulcanization, includ- ing carbamates, thiurams, 2-mercaptoben- zothiazole (MBT), and 1,3-diphenylgua- nidine (DPG). It may also be caused by antioxidants that prevent rubber deterio- ration, such as black rubber mix chemi-

  • ppt - allergic contact dermatitis the most common allergens

    PPT - Allergic contact dermatitis the most common allergens

    Most common causes of allergic contact dermatitis • rubber chemicals, e.g. accelerators and antioxidants • plastic chemicals • epoxy and acrylic compounds, phenol-formaldehyde resins • metals and their compounds • nickel, cobalt, chromium compounds • gold, mercury • formaldehyde and other antimicrobials • formaldehyde

  • grand rounds: latex-induced occupational asthma in a surgical

    Grand Rounds: Latex-Induced Occupational Asthma in a Surgical

    Management of natural rubber latex allergy. J Allergy Clin Immunol1 10:S111-S116. Crossref, Google Scholar; Bernstein DI, Karnani R, Biagini RE, Bernstein CK, Murphy K, Berendts B et al.. 2003. Clinical and occupational outcomes in health care workers with natural rubber latex allergy. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 90:209-213 12602668.