Dermatological allergy test

Dermatological Epicutan allergy test

During the dermatological allergy test, we examine the reaction of the skin to various materials that are found in our environment and are prone to induce allergic reactions. These are plastered to the back of the patient, then short-term skin reactions are checked after 20, 40 and 60 minutes. After that, the patient wears the plasters for two days, then they are removed and the skin is checked again. The checking process is repeated 3 more times. After the last checking, patients are informed verbally and in written form about what materials to avoid and how. The standard epicutan test is compiled and actualized by an international specialist committee.


Standard Epicutan test

  • Neomycin sulphate 20%
  • Thiomersal 0,1%
  • Quicksilver -II-chloride 0,1%
  • 2-Mercaptobenzothiazole 2%
  • Paraben mix (A) 16%
  • Primin 0,01%
  • Benzocaine 5%
  • 4-tert-butilphenol formaldehyde resin 1%
  • Resorcinol 2%
  • Thiuram mix (A) 1%
  • Potassium dichromate 0,5 %
  • Clioquinol 5%
  • Terpentine peroxide 0,3 %
  • Choolophonium 20%
  • 4- Phenylenediamine base 1%
  • Quaternium 15 (Dowicil 200) 1%
  • Peruvian balm (myroxylon pereirae resin 25%)
  • Sesquiterpenelactone mix 0,1 %
  • Nickel sulfate hexahydrate 5%
  • Phenylbutazone 10%
  • Ammoniated quicksilver 1%
  • Fragrance mix II 14%
  • Propolis 10%
  • Cobalt (II) chloride hexahydrate 1%
  • N-isopropyl- N’-phenyl-p-phenylenediamine (IPPD) 0,1%
  • Wood tar mix 12%
  • Lanolin alcohol 30%
  • Formaldehyde 1%
  • Propylene glycol 20%
  • MCI/MI (3:1) 0,01% (Kathon CG)
  • Fragrance mix 8% II.
  • Bisphenol A epoxy resin 1%
  • Budesonide 0,1 %

 

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Nóra Sárdy MD
Nóra Sárdy MD
Béla Tóth MD
Béla Tóth MD
Iringó Ágnes Ottó MD
Iringó Ágnes Ottó MD
Réka Szandányi MD
Réka Szandányi MD
Fruzsina Anna Kovacs MD
Fruzsina Anna Kovacs MD
László Képíró MD
László Képíró MD
Timea Tisza MD
Timea Tisza MD