T. L. Diepgen, P. J. Coenraads (auth.), Prof. Lasse Kanerva's Condensed Handbook of Occupational Dermatology PDF

By T. L. Diepgen, P. J. Coenraads (auth.), Prof. Lasse Kanerva M.D., Ph.D., Prof. Dr. med. Peter Elsner, Prof. Jan E. Wahlberg M.D., Ph.D., Prof. Howard I. Maibach M.D. (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9783540443483

ISBN-10: 3642185568

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Due to adjustments in glossy existence, occupational dermatoses are expanding. This thoroughly revised and entire version presents the concise info wanted in facing sufferers within the box of occupational dermatology. It combines a hugely useful method of occupational dermatology with the abilities and learn event of experts in medical and experimental dermatology. The spectrum of ailments lined during this publication contains: allergic and irritant dermatitis; touch urticaria; photodermatoses; infectious ailments; pores and skin tumors; systematic reactions because of percutaneous absorption; predisposed ailments and occupational dermis difficulties. the knowledge urgently wanted for day-by-day sufferer administration is equipped as fast reference via concise tables, algorithms, and figures on find out how to optimise the diagnostic systems for top of the range care. This publication will turn out of serious curiosity to all who're focused on treating sufferers with occupational dermis illnesses.

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Antimicrobials Castellani's Solution Castellani's solution (or paint) is an old medicament mainly used for the local treatment of fungal skin infections. It contains boric acid, fuchsin, resorcinol, water, phenol (90%), acetone, and spirit. Several cases of mild toxicity have been reported after exposure (Lundell and Nordman 1973; Rogers et al. 1978). Systemic Toxicity 25 Hexachloraphene Hexachlorophene has been extensively used for reducing the incidence of staphylococcal infections among the newborn (Haddad 1990b).

Except for the appearance of cutaneous signs, such as erythema, scaling, contact urticaria, stinging and burning sensations, the drug 28 P. 1. Maibach was tolerated weIl by all but two individuals. These two individuals developed systemic symptoms, including diffuse erythematous and scaling rash accompanied by severe abdominal cramps, nausea, chills and chest pains. These signs, however, abated in spite of continued administration of the drug. Dinitrochlorobenzene Dinitrochlorobenzene (DNCB), a potent contact allergen, has been used for the treatment of recalcitrant alopecia areata.

Drugs Aging 2:432-449 Rycroft R (ed) (1995) Textbook of dermatitis. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York Schop RN, Hardy MH, Goldberg MT (1990) Comparison of the activity of topically applied pesticides and the herbicide 2,4-D in short term in vivo assays of the genotoxicity in the mouse. Fundam Appl ToxicoI15:666-675 Seiden R, Sasahara AA (1967) Central nervous system toxicity induced by lidocaine. Report of a case in a patient with liver disease. JAMA 202:908-909 Siddiqui 0 (1989) Physicochemical, physiological and mathematical considerations in optimizing percutaneous absorption of drugs .

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Condensed Handbook of Occupational Dermatology by T. L. Diepgen, P. J. Coenraads (auth.), Prof. Lasse Kanerva M.D., Ph.D., Prof. Dr. med. Peter Elsner, Prof. Jan E. Wahlberg M.D., Ph.D., Prof. Howard I. Maibach M.D. (eds.)

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