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  1. Contact Dermatitis (American Academy of Dermatology)  
    ... leads to irritated skin, the eczema is called irritant contact dermatitis . If an allergic reaction develops on the skin after exposure, the eczema is called allergic contact dermatitis . A case of irritant contact dermatitis caused by frequently handling fish. This ...
  2. Home Healthcare Workers: How to Prevent Latex Allergies (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health) - PDF  
    ... of reactions can occur when using latex products: • Irritant Contact Dermatitis This is the most common negative reaction to latex. Symptoms include dry, itchy, irritated skin— ...
  3. ... to these products and others can cause a contact dermatitis that is either an irritant or allergic reaction. Less commonly, a person can develop a potentially ...
  4. ... involvement may indicate shingles (zoster), a poison ivy rash or other allergic and irritant contact dermatides, while widespread distribution is typical of drug reactions, hives (urticaria), viral infections, and scabies. Most skin ...
  5. Latex Allergy: A Prevention Guide (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)  
    ... latex besides latex allergy? Yes . The most common reaction to latex products is irritant contact dermatitis - the development of dry, itchy, irritated areas on ...
  6. Allergic Skin Conditions (American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology)  
    ... due to substances contacted in the workplace. For irritant contact dermatitis, avoid the substance causing the reaction. Wearing gloves can sometimes be helpful. Avoiding the ...
  7. Skin Exposures & Effects in the Workplace (National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health)  
    ... contact dermatitis is frequently divided into two categories: Irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) is a non-immunologic reaction that manifests as an inflammation of the skin ...
  8. Skin Rashes and Other Changes (American Academy of Family Physicians)  
    ... clothing, jewelry or perfume? Yes This could be IRRITANT CONTACT DERMATITIS. It's caused by a reaction to detergents, perfumes and other substances. Avoid whatever ...
  9. ... as ragweed or insecticide spray, can also cause contact dermatitis. ... vary depending on the cause and whether the dermatitis is due to an ... Contact dermatitis often occurs on the hands. Hair products, ...
  10. Medications: Using Them Safely (Nemours Foundation)  
    ... your child has side effects such as a rash, hives, vomiting, or diarrhea, contact your doctor or pharmacist. Penicillin and other antibiotics are among the most common prescription drugs to cause an allergic reaction. If your child develops wheezing, has trouble breathing, ...
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