Computerised Product Database. Registered Chemical Contact Allergens

  • M.-A. Flyvholm

Abstract

A product database is one way to organise product information which, compared with, for example, labelling and data sheets, has some obvious advantages when it comes to cross-sectional overviews on the distribution of contact allergens on product categories. This chapter is an introduction to the Danish Product Register Database (PROBAS) and a presentation of a study on selected contact allergens and their occurrence in product categories covered by this database.

Keywords

Formaldehyde Epoxy Naphthenate Glutaraldehyde Betaine 

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