Differential sensitization and irritation study based on non-invasive evaluation methods
Supplemental figure 1 shows the clinical assessment of Allergic Contact Dermatitis patients 72 hours after the application of different common allergens. Supplemental figure 2 shows the oxidative stress for Irritant Contact Dermatitis and Allergic Contact Dermatitis patients expressed by fluorescence intensity Supplemental table 1 shows the demographic characteristics of Irritant Contact Dermatitis and Allergic Contact Dermatitis patients at baseline. Supplemental table 2 shows the increase of oxidative stress in Allergic Contact Dermatitis patients 72 hours after allergens application
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Two groups of 21 patients each were examined. The first was diagnosed with ICD and the second with ACD. All selected patients underwent biophysical, clinical and Antera® 3D assessments. Tape strips were applied to the skin and oxidative stress was assessed by fluorescence measurements.