1997
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.133.7.861
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Self-application of a protective cream. Pitfalls of occupational skin protection

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“…There was a thorough investigation of distribution of self-applied industrial protective cream in three groups of workers -metal workers, hospital cleaners and construction workers [8]. Many areas of the hands and forearms were not covered properly by protective cream, which might result in a higher incidence of irritant dermatitis.…”
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“…There was a thorough investigation of distribution of self-applied industrial protective cream in three groups of workers -metal workers, hospital cleaners and construction workers [8]. Many areas of the hands and forearms were not covered properly by protective cream, which might result in a higher incidence of irritant dermatitis.…”
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“…In this case, the hands, when observed under long-wave UV light, look like gloves with holes in these areas [9]. The penetration of noxious substances is therefore not prevented, and the skin is damaged.…”
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“…The significant differences were observed when analysing the coverage of the dorsal aspects of the hands. The areas most often skipped are the interdigital spaces -areas 24, 25, 26 -and the finger tips -areas 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 -after the scheme of Wigger-Alberti et al [9] (fig. 1).…”
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