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Henning Allmers
Ruhr University Bochum
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#2Jörg SchmenglerH-Index: 2
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#1Henning AllmersH-Index: 10
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In the past years, more than 300 hairdressers have been reported to the mandatory accident insurance carriers as being suspected of having developed hairdressers asthma. Between 2001 and 2003, only 68 to 85 cases were confirmed as being caused or worsened by working as a hairdresser. Our study of more than 100 hairdressers from 2001 - 2005 has shown two age peaks for suspected cases. The first one in mostly young atopic hairdressers lies between 18 and 22 years. The second peak was determined to...
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Abstract Background The development of allergy to natural rubber latex (NRL) is a risk for health care workers. A regulation banning powdered NRL gloves was implemented in Germany in 1998. Objective This study assesses the effects of this regulation on the development of occupational skin disease caused by NRL in health care personnel working in facilities insured by the German statutory accident insurance company, covering some 1.8 million insured health care workers. Methods We reviewed the an...
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Abstract Background: The development of occupational asthma and allergic skin reactions caused by natural rubber latex (NRL) allergy are risks for health care workers. There are few published studies to suggest that intervention programs to reduce exposure will lead to primary prevention of sensitization. Objective: This study assesses the effects of intervention to reduce the incidence of NRL allergy in personnel working in health care facilities insured by the German statutory accident insuran...
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