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By Mahbub M. U. Chowdhury

This accomplished, definitive, and lengthy late reference bargains particularly with all of the manifestations of latex intolerance together with inflammation, allergic touch dermatitis, and speak to urticaria. each one bankruptcy provides the newest study in pores and skin inflammation, touch dermatitis, and make contact with urticaria. The well-illustrated textbook additionally covers in-depth uncomplicated technological know-how and clinically proper functional concerns akin to the administration of latex intolerance and hand dermatitis. specialists with a unique curiosity during this quarter from the united kingdom, Europe, and the united states offer a balanced overseas viewpoint to this primary significant booklet devoted to latex intolerance.

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MANUFACTURE OF RUBBER A. 14 During these prehistoric days of rubber manufacture, latex rubber was harvested from the Castilla plant and modified by the natural solubilizers and plasticizers contained in a coharvested climbing vine. This crude, naturally ‘compounded’ rubber was then molded into the bouncing balls that graced Mesoamerican ball courts and subsequent treasure troves of Spanish conquistadors. As Spain and France increased their presence in the New World, more rubber-based products made their way back to Europe.

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