Wirksamkeit von Hautschutzprodukten im Vergleich zu Hautpflegeprodukten bei Zahntechnikern – eine kontrollierte Feldstudie

@article{Frosch2003WirksamkeitVH,
  title={Wirksamkeit von Hautschutzprodukten im Vergleich zu Hautpflegeprodukten bei Zahntechnikern – eine kontrollierte Feldstudie},
  author={Peter J. Frosch and Detlef Peiler and Veit Peter Grunert and Beate Grunenberg},
  journal={JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft},
  year={2003},
  volume={1}
}
Hintergrund: Die irritative Kontaktdermatitis der Hände ist bei Zahntechnikern infolge der zahlreichen Kontakte mit verschiedenen Irritantien sehr häufig. Hautschutzprodukte (HS) werden oft vermieden, weil ein fester Griff von Werkzeugen und kleinen Objekten notwendig ist; weiterhin dürfen die dentalen Objekte nicht durch Hautschutzprodukte kontaminiert werden. In dieser Studie sollte die Wirksamkeit von Hautschutzprodukten, die während der Arbeit eingesetzt wurden, mit Hautpflegeprodukten (HP… 
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