Latex allergy

Background Over 90% of natural rubber comes from the latex or milky sap of the rubber tree Hevea brasiliensis Latex is used in a large number of products including adhesives foam carpet backing and in a number of dipped products including surgical gloves gloves catheters condoms and balloons Natural latex rubber is also found in toys erasers sports equipment clothing

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Natural Rubber Latex Allergy

allergy and the accelerators and an tioxidants are agents of type IV allergic reactions (contact dermatitis) Not until Charles Goodyear develo ped the process of vulcanization to stabilize rubber and prevent it from easily melting or freezing did the rubber industry become important (Dyck 2000)

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Rubber Accelerators List / Manufacturers We supply both primary and secondary accelerators that are suitable for both for natural rubber and synthetic rubber compounds including NR CR SBR NBR BR EPDM and chlorobutyl rubber We offer a wide range of cure speeds from delayed action to ultra-accelerators

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Rubber allergy HALP : Allergy

Rubber allergy HALP I was recently diagnosed with an allergy to rubber (also nickel and gold) and not like latex but all rubber After a couple weeks I still can't find shoes I can wear and I'm finding it hard to figure out which clothes of mine have elastic in them

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Can't touch this: Latex

Mar 13 2013With repeated exposure it can get pretty nasty with dry and crusted scabs on the skin "Most of what we see in the allergic contact dermatitis clinic is hand rashes from the rubber accelerators in latex and some non-latex gloves " Dr Schalock says Accelerators are a type of chemical used to manufacture latex products

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Rubber Accelerator Rubber Accelerator

Allergy to rubber accelerators | DermNet NZ What are rubber accelerators? Rubber accelerators are chemicals used to speed up the manufacturing process of rubber (vulcanisation) This process makes untreated natural rubber latex suitable for use in the manufacture of many rubber

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Accelerator Free Gloves

Latex allergies caused by proteins from natural rubber latex material are most commonly brought up when talking about glove related allergies But what about allergies relating to non-latex gloves? Accelerators or types of chemicals used during the making of nitrile gloves can cause some reactions among users These ac

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Neoprene Orthopaedic Supports: An Underrecognised

Thioureas often contained within neoprene to provide water resistance are an important cause of allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) in those who use neoprene products We wish to present three cases of thiourea-induced ACD from three different orthopaedic supports containing neoprene The first case was a 67-year-old woman who developed an itchy rash on her heel three weeks after using a

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Nonlatex glove solutions combat allergy risks associated

Jun 05 2009These type 4 reactions described as immune responses to chemical allergens can be caused by chemical accelerators used in the glove manufacturing process Such accelerators are present in the vast majority of disposable gloves in use today including those manufactured from latex vinyl and other synthetic rubber products

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Rubber allergy due to chemical accelerators and antioxidants most often induces a delayed Type IV hypersensitivity response This is a cell mediated reaction that develops at least 24 to 48 hours after allergen exposure Thiurams are the most common accelerator within natural rubber latex gloves that induces a Type IV hypersensitivity reaction

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Rubber

Hundreds of different rubber additives may be used in different blends of rubber They are added to natural rubber latex as well as to synthetic rubber elastomers during the manufacturing process During the production of rubber for polymerization of monomers vulcanizing agents (accelerators

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Nick Gardner SHIELD Scientific Accelerator Free Fact or

accelerators represent a relatively small proportion of the known chemical allergens However with over 80% of reported glove-associated Allergic Contact Dermatitis being attributable to chemical accelerators4 the removal of accelerators from gloves does offer the possibility of helping to reduce the prevalence of Allergic Contact Dermatitis

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Rubber accelerators M

Rubber accelerators M is the speed of natural rubber accelerator and the effect of plasticizer Sulfide critical temperature is low easy to cause early vulcanization rubber Can be used alone or in combination with other promoters Applicable to the tyres rubber shoes industrial rubber products Because has a bitter taste is not suitable for food industrial rubber products Can be used as a

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Rubber Accelerators

Rubber Accelerators Sustainable Accelerators for Synthetic Lattices - Update Abstract Synthetic lattices are free from natural proteins and do not exhibit Type I allergic reactions Predominantly they are vulcanised with conventional thiazoles dithiocarbamates and thiuram based accelerators

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Fitbit Rash: Allergy or Contact Dermatitis?

6/5/2015Even outside of nickel users may be allergic to the rubber accelerators in the Fitbit Again this would require patch testing by a dermatologist to prove In short: Fitbit is correct that irritation from water sweat and soap may be responsible for some of the rashes However it's likely that true allergy is responsible for many cases as

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rubber accelerator dfg card Vulcanization Accelerators - Nocil Ltd An accelerator is defined as the chemical added into a rubber compound to increase the speed of vulcanization and to permit vulcanization to proceed at lower temperature and with greater efficiency

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Rubber accelerators M

Rubber accelerators M is the speed of natural rubber accelerator and the effect of plasticizer Sulfide critical temperature is low easy to cause early vulcanization rubber Can be used alone or in combination with other promoters Applicable to the tyres rubber shoes industrial rubber products Because has a bitter taste is not suitable for food industrial rubber products Can be used as a

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US9243117B2

A composition for producing an elastomeric thin film comprising a carboxylated acrylonitrile polybutadiene latex which is vulcanized without the use of conventional sulphur and accelerators thereby reducing the possibility of contacting immediate Type I hypersensitivity and delay Type IV hypersensitivity caused by the presence of natural rubber latex proteins and accelerators respectively

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Chemical Accelerators in Rubber Gloves

Allergic Contact Dermatitis Allergic contact dermatitis (ACD) is a skin reaction directly linked to the chemical accelerators used in the manufacture of rubber gloves Studies reveal that approximately 30% of occupationally induced skin diseases are attributed to a chemical allergy (Chen et al 2004)

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