Glove material, reservoir formation, and dose affect glove permeation and subsequent skin penetration.

@article{Nielsen2012GloveMR,
  title={Glove material, reservoir formation, and dose affect glove permeation and subsequent skin penetration.},
  author={Jesper Bo Nielsen and Jens A. S{\o}rensen},
  journal={The Science of the total environment},
  year={2012},
  volume={417-418},
  pages={
          87-91
        }
}
Protective gloves are used to reduce dermal exposure when managing chemical exposures at the work place. Different glove materials may offer different degrees of protection. The present study combined the traditional ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials) model with the Franz diffusion cell to evaluate overall penetration through glove and skin as well as the deposition in the different reservoirs. Benzoic acid was applied on latex or nitrile gloves placed on top of human skin. The… CONTINUE READING
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