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With the improvement of people’s living standards, in order to protect the safety of their hands, people will wear gloves when performing labor services. may show symptoms such as itching after wearing. There are roughly two different conditions and the prevention and treatment methods are different. So today The editor will tell you what to pay attention to when using medical rubber gloves, let's take a look at it together.
1. Influencing touch dermatitis. This situation is more common. It usually only manifests as redness, itching, dryness or chapped skin on the hands. The reason is that the hands are washed repeatedly with soap and detergent, and the hands are not thoroughly wiped. After putting on the hands, the internal air is not breathable, which is caused by influence; if it is dry Gloves are probably caused by the influence of talcum powder in the gloves.
In this case, the treatment method is: before putting on the gloves, be sure to rinse off the soap or detergent, dry or dry your hands together before wearing the gloves; if it is dry gloves, the internal talcum powder should not be too much. These measures can prevent the onset of influencing dermatitis. Once influencing dermatitis occurs, avoid scratching, apply calamine lotion and other antipruritic agents, and the symptoms will disappear quickly.
2. Allergic touch dermatitis. It is characterized by itching hands, dry or chapped skin, often accompanied by erythema or water scars, and generally no significant symptoms of general allergies 6 to 48 hours after touching medical rubber gloves. It could be an allergic reaction to some chemical components in medical rubber gloves or the chemicals attached to the gloves, which caused a delayed allergic reaction.
In this situation, the solution is: change to a different type of medical rubber gloves and continue to use it. In order to prevent severe allergic reactions, it is better to use less or not. Once allergic touch dermatitis appears, oral antihistamines are required, and dermatitis is applied to the hands, and the symptoms disappear quickly.
3. Allergic reactions to medical rubber. Extremely rare. Skin redness and itching usually appear within a few minutes to ten minutes of wearing gloves, and symptoms can be seen all over the body, often accompanied by reed measles, rhinitis, conjunctivitis, chest throbbing, and heart palpitations. Severe patients may present dyspnea, tachycardia, blood pressure drop, and even anaphylactic shock, sudden death, etc.
In this situation, the treatment method is: quickly take off the gloves, smell the saline and wash the hands repeatedly, and go to the hospital urgently for treatment. Anyone who has an allergic reaction to medical rubber should prevent touching medical rubber gloves and other medical rubber products again.