2 edition of Industrial dermatoses and their treatment found in the catalog.
Industrial dermatoses and their treatment
John Godwin Downing
|Statement||by John Godwin Downing and Claude E. Welch.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||44, p. ;|
|Number of Pages||44|
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As the result of wide reading the authors bring together a large number of references from literature during recent years dealing with industrial skin troubles.
They consider that Industrial dermatoses and their treatment book is best based on causative agents, rather than on either industries or the type of lesions. They classify under four headings, (i) mechanical and physical agents, (ii) flowering plants and their Cited by: 5.
Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Industrial Dermatoses and Their Treatment. The most effective and engaging way for clinicians to learn, improve their practice Cited by: 5. This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false emergencies in the dermatologic office.
It provides treatment advice for the management of major life threatening dermatoses, such as severe infections, severe drug eruptions and bullous diseases.5/5(1).
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References in early medical literature, including Celsus and Agrícola, were given by the opener of the discussion, Dr. Macleod.
The main paper was contributed by S. Overton who pointed to the great total of time lost in industry from trade dermatitis and the enormous outgoings for compensation whether on account of a passing eczema or a deadly : J.
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The best thing about this book is that it presents dermatology related medical facts and clinical conditions in a very concise and practical way thus helping its reader gain much more from a single read. Books shelved as dermatology: The Blue Man and Other Stories of the Skin by Robert A.
Norman, Skin Rules: Trade Secrets from a Top New York Dermatologist. In order of frequency, the direct causes of occupational dermatoses are classi- fied as chemical, mechanical, physical, and biologic in nature.
Of work-related cases involving the skin, 90% to 95% will be a contact dermatitis. Dermatoses. Medically reviewed There is a variety of skin conditions that have the term “dermatosis” in their name.
But not all occur as frequently as others. Good, general treatment. Most of them are stable dermatoses; that is, dermatoses presenting " 3. The Occupational Diseases: Their Causation, Symptoms, Treatment and Prevention by William Gilman Thompson () "Another important influence in favoring the production of occupational dermatoses exists in the prolonged maceration of the hands and arms when immersed in.
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Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month There's a problem loading. A highly practical approach to occupational dermatoses combined with the skill and experience of specialists in clinical and experimental dermatology.
two dermatologists, and a botanist. In an investigation of members of a hospital cleaning department, a prevalence rate of occupational skin diseases of % was found. During their hospital employment, % had it skin disease. REFERENCES 1. SCHWARTZ, L. Senior Surgeon in Charge of Der- matoses Investigations, United States Public Health Service.
Personal communications. DOWNING and WELCH. Industrial dermatoses and their treatment. Review of ten years' literature. New England J. Med.,3. LANE, C. Irritations of the skin due to industrial by: 4. MORE THAN years ago, there first appeared a remarkably accurate book devoted entirely to occupational diseases.
1 The author and "Father of Industrial Hygiene," Bernardino Ramazzini, displayed an uncanny insight into the detection of the personal hazards of the various occupational trades of his day. Hippocrates had previously written that the physician in his first Cited by: 5.
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This book covers all cutaneous emergencies and life threatening dermatoses, as well as true and false emergencies in the dermatologic office. It provides treatment advice for the management of major life threatening dermatoses, such as severe infections, severe drug eruptions and bullous diseases.
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Specific topics discussed included diagnosis of occupational skin diseases; occupational site surveys; risk factors; dermatoses due to water, soaps, detergents, and solvents; the allergens; use and abuse of patch tests; immunologic considerations of allergic contact dermatitis; treatment of industrial dermatoses; biological causes of occupational dermatoses; occupational microbial dermatoses; physical and mechanical causes of occupational dermatoses.dermatoses that are debilitating or potentially life-threatening, including immunobullous diseases, neutrophilic dermatoses, connective tissue diseases and vasculitides.
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