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Thorsten Wichmann et al.
Archives of orthopaedic and trauma surgery, 139(4), 451-459 (2018-11-09)
Knitted cotton outer gloves offer protection against surgical glove perforation and provide improved grip on instruments. These gloves absorb blood and other fluids during surgery, and may therefore also accumulate contaminating bacteria. To date, there is no published data on
Diana M Ceballos et al.
The Annals of occupational hygiene, 59(3), 358-372 (2014-12-03)
Determine protection effectiveness of 5-mil natural rubber latex (0.13-mm), 5-mil nitrile rubber (0.13-mm), and 13-mil butyl rubber (0.33-mm) glove materials against solvents present in a commonly used automotive clear coat formulation using a novel permeation panel. The latex and nitrile
Severe allergic contact dermatitis caused by a rubber glove coated with a moisturizer.
Katrien Vanden Broecke et al.
Contact dermatitis, 71(2), 117-119 (2014-07-22)
Christian Galicia et al.
Molecular immunology, 65(2), 250-258 (2015-02-24)
Latex allergy is a health problem that mainly affects medical environments, causing anaphylactic shocks in extreme cases. Sensitization and reactions to this material is closely linked to the use of latex gloves. The objective of this study was to purify
Dana M LeMoine et al.
Journal of the American Association for Laboratory Animal Science : JAALAS, 54(3), 311-316 (2015-06-06)
Aseptic technique includes the use of sterile surgical gloves for survival surgeries in rodents to minimize the incidence of infections. Exam gloves are much less expensive than are surgical gloves and may represent a cost-effective, readily available option for use
E Darre et al.
Acta orthopaedica Scandinavica, 55(3), 254-255 (1984-06-01)
Conventional surgical rubber gloves are permeable to the methylmethacrylate monomer (MMM) of acrylic bone cement. An in vitro technique was used which proved butyl rubber gloves, 0.48 mm thick, to be impervious to MMM. to avoid sensitization, butyl rubber gloves
Paul D Siegel et al.
Dermatitis : contact, atopic, occupational, drug, 21(3), 157-159 (2010-05-22)
Allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) is a well-recognized immune-mediated disease often associated with the use of vulcanization accelerator-containing latex and nitrile gloves. Potential contact allergens in neoprene (polychloroisoprene, polychloroprene) gloves have not been reported. The objective was to analyze extracts of
Emma-Christin Lönnroth et al.
International journal of occupational safety and ergonomics : JOSE, 9(3), 289-299 (2003-10-28)
Gloves afford hand protection by minimizing skin contact. The effectiveness of medical gloves to protect against permeation of the monomers, methyl methacrylate (MMA), ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGDMA), and 1,4-butanediol dimethacrylate (1,4-BDMA), was assessed focusing on permeation rates and degradation of
FDA delays decision to remove powdered gloves.
Richard F Edlich et al.
JAMA surgery, 148(5), 406-407 (2013-05-17)
Wenhai Xu et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 147(3), 923-929 (2007-02-28)
The aim was to investigate the permeation of a straight oil metalworking fluid (MWF) through four types of glove materials using the gravimetric method and the modified American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) F739-99a method with perfluorohexane and hexane
Wenhai Xu et al.
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 54(1), 1-8 (2007-08-08)
The performance of protective gloves against metalworking fluids (MWFs) has rarely been studied because of the difficult chemical analysis associated with complex MWFs. In the present study, glove swelling was used as a screening parameter of glove compatibility after challenge
C Guo et al.
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 42(3), 383-388 (2002-03-23)
Chemical-resistant gloves are used for protection from pesticides in farming operations. Cleanup of gloves after pesticide contamination was the focus of this research. Nitrile, neoprene, and barrier laminate glove specimens were exposed to 300 mg terbufos or tefluthrin granules for
Katri Suuronen et al.
Contact dermatitis, 68(1), 42-49 (2012-09-22)
Contact allergy to polyvinylchloride (PVC) gloves has been reported relatively seldom. In spring 2011, 5 of our patients had patch test reactions to PVC gloves. We obtained a collection of PVC raw materials from industrial producers and suppliers of chemical
Keh-Ping Chao et al.
The Science of the total environment, 409(6), 1024-1032 (2011-01-05)
N,N-dimethylformamide (DMF) and methyl ethylketone (MEK) are the hazardous chemicals commonly used in the synthetic leather industries. Although chemical protective gloves provide adequate skin exposure protection to workers in these industries, there is currently no clear guideline or understanding with
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by triphenyl phosphite in poly(vinyl chloride) gloves.
Alix Vandevenne et al.
Contact dermatitis, 68(3), 181-182 (2013-02-21)
H Zainal et al.
Applied occupational and environmental hygiene, 18(9), 658-668 (2003-08-12)
The aim of this study was to investigate whether two different brands of unsupported and unlined nitrile gloves protected against aqueous emulsions of a Folpet wettable powder (50% Folpet) using an ASTM type-I-PTC 600 permeation cell at 30.0 +/- 0.1
Evanly Vo
Journal of occupational and environmental hygiene, 1(12), 799-805 (2005-03-04)
The aim of this study was to assess the use of colorimetric indicator pads and the thermo-hand method for detection of inorganic/organic base permeation of chemical protective gloves under simulated in-use conditions. Breakthrough times for four types of gloves were
Pengfei Gao et al.
American journal of industrial medicine, 47(2), 131-143 (2005-01-22)
Chemical protective clothing (CPC) and gloves, which provide adequate protection, are usually too expensive to be considered disposable. Repeated use of CPC without effective decontamination may result in secondary exposure and injury. However, decontamination may change the physical and/or chemical
The use of a surgical glove in the prevention of tourniquet-associated chemical burns.
P J Tomlinson et al.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, 90(3), 255-255 (2008-04-26)
Emma-Christin Lönnroth et al.
European journal of oral sciences, 111(5), 440-446 (2003-09-17)
Dental personnel and orthopedic surgeons are at risk when manually handling products containing methyl methacrylate (MMA). Dental products may also contain cross-linking agents such as ethylene glycol dimethacrylate (EGDMA) or 1,4-butanediol dimethacrylate (1,4-BDMA). Skin contact with monomers can cause hand
J P Gobetti et al.
Journal of the American Dental Association (1939), 113(2), 291-292 (1986-08-01)
The study showed that washing a gloved hand removed significant amounts of bacteria. If the proper soap or scrub is used, the gloved hand will be free of bacteria. It is suggested that all dental personnel wear gloves to protect
Sylvie Lierman et al.
Fertility and sterility, 88(4 Suppl), 1266-1272 (2007-05-01)
To submit different glove brands to double-quality control tests using mouse embryo assay (MEA) and the human sperm motility assay (HuSMA). Operator protection against infectious body fluid contamination is a safety issue in assisted reproductive technology (ART). When using gloves
Granular terbufos exposure and cleanup of glove materials.
J Stone et al.
Bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology, 59(2), 187-193 (1997-08-01)
Shane S Que Hee et al.
Archives of environmental contamination and toxicology, 58(2), 249-254 (2009-10-27)
The aim of this study was to measure permeation of the herbicide dichlobenil in Casoron 4G through disposable and chemically protective nitrile gloves using an American Society for Testing and Materials-type permeation cell and a closed-loop system employing two different
Hanaa Zainal et al.
Journal of hazardous materials, 137(1), 165-171 (2006-05-23)
The goal of the study was to assess how protective disposable (Safeskin) and chemical protective (Sol-Vex) nitrile gloves were against Comite emulsifiable concentrate formulation containing propargite (PROP) as active pesticidal ingredient, because there were no explicit recommendations for the gloves
Sean Banaee et al.
Journal of occupational health, 59(2), 131-138 (2017-01-24)
The purpose of this study was to investigate the permeation of the low-volatile solvent limonene through different disposable, unlined, unsupported, nitrile exam whole gloves (blue, purple, sterling, and lavender, from Kimberly-Clark). This study utilized a moving and static dextrous robot
Jessica D'Abbraccio et al.
Sensors (Basel, Switzerland), 19(3) (2019-02-06)
Advancements in the study of the human sense of touch are fueling the field of haptics. This is paving the way for augmenting sensory perception during object palpation in tele-surgery and reproducing the sensed information through tactile feedback. Here, we
Tomer Arbeli et al.
Forensic science international, 280, 147-152 (2017-10-17)
Used Latex gloves found at crime scenes can provide strong evidence against a suspect as they almost certainly contain both the fingermarks and DNA of the perpetrator who had worn them. However, over the years, Latex gloves have proved to
K Krajnak et al.
Journal of toxicology and environmental health. Part A, 78(9), 571-582 (2015-05-13)
Anti-vibration gloves have been used to block the transmission of vibration from powered hand tools to the user, and to protect users from the negative health consequences associated with exposure to vibration. However, there are conflicting reports as to the
Motoh Mutsuga et al.
Shokuhin eiseigaku zasshi. Journal of the Food Hygienic Society of Japan, 44(2), 103-109 (2003-07-09)
Polyvinyl chloride gloves containing di(2-ethylhexyl) phthalate are restricted for food contact use. In their place, disposable gloves made from nitrile-butadiene rubber (NBR) are used in contact with foodstuffs. Some unknown substances were found to migrate into n-heptane from NBR gloves.
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