Percutaneous absorption of vapors in human skin.

  title={Percutaneous absorption of vapors in human skin.},
  author={Balvinder Rehal and Howard Maibach},
  journal={Cutaneous and ocular toxicology},
  volume={30 2},
CONTEXT The absorption of vapors through the skin is an important issue because exposure of skin to chemicals in the ambient air occurs at all times. In regards to occupational health, accurately quantifying percutaneous absorption is crucial for worker health and safety. OBJECTIVE Review the available data regarding the percutaneous absorption of vapors in humans. METHODS We conducted a systematic search in Scopus(®) and PubMed using keywords "vapor" and "percutaneous absorption" up until… CONTINUE READING

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