By Howard I. Maibach, Alan H. Hall
This e-book offers an updated, compact yet finished assessment of chemical pores and skin accidents, differentiating them from thermal epidermis burns. After an introductory bankruptcy at the background of chemical dermis accidents and the scope of the matter, the anatomy, histology, body structure, and immunology of standard dermis are defined. Mechanisms occupied with chemical penetration of standard epidermis are defined, and the results of broken epidermis on chemical penetration are analyzed. the rest of the e-book discusses numerous clinically correct facets, equivalent to different kinds of chemical dermis harm, together with accidents that come up in the course of dermis peeling or because of hair items; preventive measures; emergency remedy; rinsing remedy; scientific and surgery; and the significance of delivering proper details to staff. The position of predictive toxicology can be considered.
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Chemical Skin Injury: Mechanisms, Prevention, Decontamination, Treatment by Howard I. Maibach, Alan H. Hall