Immediate eczematous eruption (superficial inflammatory process primarily in epidermis)
Most common type of dermatitis
Trigger substance itself directly damages the skin resul...
Date of onset
Pattern of lesions
Relationship to work
Pruritic or not
Exposure to new products (e.g., lotions, soaps, and cosmetics), foods...
Wash area with mild soap and water
Remove or avoid offend...
Adequate follow-up with primary care phys...
Remove offending agent
Beware of progression to systemic anaphylaxis (e.g., latex allergy)
Watch out for concurrent bacterial infections
Rhus dermatitis wounds are no longer contagiou...
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692.2 Contact dermatitis and other eczema due to solvents
692.9 Contact dermatitis and other eczema, unspecified cause
692.81 Dermatitis due to cosmetics
692.5 Contact dermatitis and other ecze...
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