Contact Dermatitis

Papers
(The H4-Index of Contact Dermatitis is 21. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Short‐term skin reactions following use of N95 respirators and medical masks103
Onset of occupational hand eczema among healthcare workers during the SARS‐CoV‐2 pandemic: Comparing a single surgical site with a COVID‐19 intensive care unit94
Guidelines for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of hand eczema90
Skin reactions of N95 masks and medial masks among health‐care personnel: A self‐report questionnaire survey in China80
Prevalence, incidence, and severity of hand eczema in the general population – A systematic review and meta‐analysis77
Surgical mask dermatitis caused by formaldehyde (releasers) during the COVID‐19 pandemic60
Patch test results with the European baseline series and additions thereof in the ESSCA network, 2015‐201845
The risk of hand eczema in healthcare workers during the COVID‐19 pandemic: Do we need specific attention or prevention strategies?41
Skin tests in the work‐up of cutaneous adverse drug reactions: A review and update36
Dysregulation of the epithelial barrier by environmental and other exogenous factors34
Contact allergy to and allergic contact dermatitis from formaldehyde and formaldehyde releasers: A clinical review and update28
Changes in skin characteristics after using respiratory protective equipment (medical masks and respirators) in the COVID‐19 pandemic among healthcare workers28
Contact dermatitis caused by glucose sensors—15 adult patients tested with a medical device patch test series27
Increased occurrence of hand eczema in young children following the Danish hand hygiene recommendations during the COVID‐19 pandemic27
Patch test results with the European baseline series, 2019/20—Joint European results of the ESSCA and the EBS working groups of the ESCD, and the GEIDAC26
Freestyle libre 2: The new isobornyl acrylate free generation25
The long‐term effect of dupilumab on chronic hand eczema in patients with moderate to severe atopic dermatitis—52 week results from the Dutch BioDay Registry25
Intense skin reaction to a new glucose monitoring and insulin pump system24
Changes in adhesive ingredients in continuous glucose monitoring systems may induce new contact allergy pattern23
Hand hygiene and hand eczema: A systematic review and meta‐analysis22
Contact dermatitis caused by glucose sensors, insulin pumps, and tapes: Results from a 5‐year period22
Analytical survey of tattoo inks—A chemical and legal perspective with focus on sensitizing substances21
Three cases of non‐atopic hyperkeratotic hand eczema treated with dupilumab21
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by elastic bands from FFP2 mask21
Allergic contact dermatitis caused by 2‐hydroxyethyl methacrylate and ethyl cyanoacrylate contained in cosmetic glues among hairdressers and beauticians who perform nail treatments and eyelash extensi21
European patch test results with audit allergens as candidates for inclusion in the European Baseline Series, 2019/20: Joint results of the ESSCAA and the EBSB21
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