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E Rudzki
Health service workers in the number of 152 suffering of dermatitis were examined. They included 43 physicians, 25 stomatologists, 59 nurses, 14 hospital-wards and 12 other persons working in hospitals, clinics and pharmacies. In physicians occupational contact dermatitis occured in ten patients, exclusively among those performing operations, most frequently surgeons and ginecologists. Rubber gloves (5 patients) disinfectants and chromic catgut were the sensitizing objects. Moreover, a woman gynecologist positive to nickel observed that also the use of a speculum exacerbated her lesions...
1979: Dermatosen in Beruf und Umwelt. Occupation and Environment
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