Clinical Application And Diagnosis Of Irritant Contact Dermatitis On Hands
In both occupational and nonoccupational situations, hand contact dermatitis is frequent, and irritant contact dermatitis (ICD) is more likely than allergic contact dermatitis (ACD). Irritant contact dermatitis can manifest in both acute and chronic forms, and hand hygiene products can play a role. Despite an increase in the number of published studies on HH in recent years, many questions about HH products and measures for enhancing HCW compliance with suggested rules remain unsolved. The components of empowerment developed by the World Health Organization were utilised as a guideline for the search and creation of a clinical model to treat HCW HH and ICD in this study.