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115 Possible Causes for Putty, Rubber

  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    The investigators have been treating patients recently by placing some putty like clay material on the eardrum, which stops it vibrating so much with the patient's own voice[clinicaltrials.gov] This is achieved by compressing one nostril into which the end of a rubber tube attached to an air bag has been inserted while compressing the opposite nostril by finger pressure[emedicine.com]

  • Exposure to Talc Dust

    Some rubber manufacturing plants may have even used raw asbestos in custom rubber mixtures for customers to produce rubber sheets that were used for gaskets, seals and electrical[mesotheliomabook.com] Collection Ceiling Paint, Behr Interior-Exterior Oil-Base Semi-Gloss paint, Kilz Masonry Waterproofing Paint, National Gypsum ProForm All Purpose Joint Compound, Minwax Wood Putty[drugwatch.com] Studies of respiratory morbidity in rubber workers: respiratory morbidity in talc workers.[link.springer.com]

  • Medial Epicondylitis of the Elbow

    Related Products 3pp Elbow Wrap Cindy Wrist Splint Reflex Putty Wrist Control[3pointproducts.com] Incorporate the use of a rubber band and a soft ball for the hands and fingers. Ice massage and stretch the muscles frequently.[stretchingusa.com] […] movement exercises for elbow and wrist (bending, straightening, twisting) Strengthening exercises for muscles around elbow joint (biceps, triceps etc) Hand squeezing exercises (putty[physio.co.uk]

  • Calcium Oxide

    . • The rubber compounds may be based on both natural rubber and synthetic rubbers, such as EPDM. • The profiles may be solid or expanded; • The calcium oxide concentration[slideshare.net] […] products: pH regulators and water treatment products, adsorbents, water treatment chemicals, fertilisers, cosmetics and personal care products, coating products and fillers, putties[echa.europa.eu] In wet slaking , a slight excess of water is added to hydrate the quicklime to a form referred to as lime putty.[en.wikipedia.org]

  • Fiberglass Dermatitis

    The 6th edition provides updates on the following sections: Statistics and sources of rubber allergy Allergy to plastic chemicals, especially epoxies and acrylics Textile[books.google.com] […] industry include : Cement Water, including washing hands frequently Abrasive hand cleaners Solvents Saw dust Dirt Fibreglass Glues and adhesives, particularly 2 pack products Putty[occderm.asn.au] , disinfectants, rubber, dental impression material.[ccohs.ca]

  • Tenosynovitis of the Wrist

    When the stitches are removed, you may start carefully strengthening your hand and thumb by squeezing and stretching putty.[advantagephysiotherapy.com] Finger spring: Place a large rubber band around the outside of your thumb and fingers. Open your fingers to stretch the rubber band. Do 2 sets of 15.[summitmedicalgroup.com] Grip strengthening: Squeeze a soft rubber ball and hold the squeeze for 5 seconds. Do 2 sets of 15.[summitmedicalgroup.com]

  • Foreign Body in the Ear

    Removal of some retained foreign bodies in the ear canal is fairly straightforward under direct visualization, particularly objects that are easily grasped, such as foam rubber[consultant360.com] These include beads, plastic toys, vegetation, food, insects, pencils, crayons, cotton buds, paper, and putty.[kidshealthwa.com] The most common things they put in their ears include: Beads Food (especially beans) Paper Cotton swabs Rubber erasers Small toys Marbles Small shells Ear wax: Ear wax is[rxlist.com]

  • Pentaborane Poisoning

    These bibliographies cover everything from the first published reports of the dangers of carbon disulfide in the French rubber industry -- dangers that American medicine ignored[books.google.com] This is not easy for a material to do, and boron is the key (see silly putty sample below). Boron is used to strengthen carbon fiber products such as bicycle frames.[theodoregray.com] […] self-contained breathing apparatus. eye protection : Wear protective chemical safety glasses. physical protection : wear protective overalls on infiltration. hand protection : Wear rubber[chemyq.com]

  • De Quervain Tenosynovitis

    Open your thumb to stretch the rubber band as far as you can. You’ll feel a stretch along your thumb. Do 2 sets of 15.[healthline.com] When the stitches are removed, you may start carefully strengthening your hand and thumb by squeezing and stretching putty.[parkinsonlifecenterofsouthernnj.org] Finger spring Place a large rubber band around the outside of your thumb and fingers. Open your fingers to stretch the rubber band. Do 2 sets of 15.[ipcphysicaltherapy.com]

  • Turpentine Oil

    Other uses include waterproofing, manufacturing synthetic resins and rubbers, cleaner or remover of paints and oils, disinfectants and moth repellents, medical soaps, internal[chemicalland21.com] Dangers: Turpentine should never be stored in a dropper bottle as the rubber will disintegrate.[aromatherapybible.com] Exposure Turpentines have found wide use as chemical feedstock for the manufacture of floor, furniture, shoe, and automobile polishes; camphor, cleaning materials; inks, putty[chemicalbook.com]

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