Investigation of Skin Irritating and Allergenic Effect of Dresses Made of Synthetic Fibers,
FOREIGN TECHNOLOGY DIV WRIGHT-PATTERSON AFB OHIO
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The report discusses the effects on the skin covering of people wearing shirts and blouses of polyamid tricot linen - capron, nylon 66 and anid a product of polymerization of heramethylendiamens and anid acid in the process of experimental wearing, and also the action of chemical components migrating from synthetic materials, capron and anid, on the skin of experimental animals. The conducted experiments indicate the necessity of studying the synthetic materials used in the manufacture of clothing with a goal of determining the possible unfavorable action of it on an organism including the growth of dermatitis and the appearance of sensitization.
- Medicine and Medical Research