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Occupational dermal exposure to permanent hair dyes among hairdressers.
- M. Lind, A. Boman, J. Sollenberg, S. Johnsson, G. Hagelthorn, B. Meding
- MedicineThe Annals of occupational hygiene
- 1 August 2005
It is concluded that hairdressers' skin is exposed to allergenic compounds during hair dyeing, and improved skin protection and work routines are important to reduce exposure.
Fifteen‐year follow‐up of hand eczema: persistence and consequences
This study highlights the importance of knowing the carrier and removal status of canine coronavirus, as a source of infection for other animals, not necessarily belonging to the same breeds.
Nordic Occupational Skin Questionnaire (NOSQ‐2002): a new tool for surveying occupational skin diseases and exposure
A new questionnaire tool for surveys on work‐related skin disease and exposures to environmental factors and a comprehensive manual for researchers on planning and conducting a questionnaire survey on hand eczema and relevant exposures are included.
Health-related quality of life and hand eczema--a comparison of two instruments, including factor analysis.
- L‐M. Wallenhammar, M. Nyfjäll, M. Lindberg, B. Meding
- Psychology, MedicineThe Journal of investigative dermatology
- 1 June 2004
The generic questionnaire Short Form-36 (SF-36), and the dermatology-specific Dermatology Life Quality Index (DLQI) are appropriate for assessing health-related quality of life (HRQL) in patients with hand eczema, and whether gender differences in HRQL could be detected.
Differences between the sexes with regard towork‐related skin disease *
- B. Meding
- MedicineContact dermatitis
- 1 August 2000
Hand eczema has an impact on quality of life and females seem to report a higher degree of discomfort than males, so the focus for prevention should aim at reducing wet exposure.
Hand eczema in Swedish adults - changes in prevalence between 1983 and 1996.
The study indicates that the prevalence of hand eczema in Swedish adults had decreased between 1983 and 1996 despite an increasing prevalence of childhood Eczema, and a decreased occupational exposure to skin irritants is a probable cause.
Occupational skin disease in Sweden – a 12‐year follow‐up
- B. Meding, R. Lantto, G. Lindahl, K. Wrangsjö, B. Bengtsson
- Medicine, PsychologyContact dermatitis
- 1 December 2005
The conclusion is that occupational skin diseases have a clear tendency to end up as chronic conditions with a majority reporting symptoms at a 12‐year follow‐up.
Hand eczema and quality of life: a population‐based study
- C. Moberg, M. Alderling, B. Meding
- Medicine, PsychologyThe British journal of dermatology
- 1 August 2009
Health‐related quality of life (HRQoL) is increasingly being measured in dermatology and hand eczema is a common disease in the population and is of interest from a public health perspective.
Fifteen-year follow-up of hand eczema: predictive factors.
In conclusion, the main determinant for a poor long-term prognosis was widespread hand dermatitis at the initial examination, while other important factors were low age at onset of hand eczema, history of childhood ecZema, and contact allergy.
Prevalence and incidence of hand eczema in adolescence: report from BAMSE – a population‐based birth cohort
- C. Grönhagen, C. Lidén, A. Bergström, I. Kull, C. Wahlgren, B. Meding
- MedicineThe British journal of dermatology
- 1 September 2014
BAMSE is a Swedish population‐based birth cohort that aims to provide real-time information about the development of children born in Sweden over the course of the 1970s and 1980s.