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  • Scientific Basis for Selection of Emergency Medical Examination Gloves for Emergency Medical Technicians, Paramedics, Firefighters, and Emergency Department Pe...
    In response to concerns about adverse effects caused by cornstarch, the Food and Drug Administration ( FDA ) in 1971 required that manufacturers remove cornstarch from the glove surfaces by wiping the wet gloves with a wet sponge, towel, or by using another effective …
  • Handbook of Industrial Surfactants Volume 1 and 2
    … in styling mousses; rheology modifier in 2-in1 shampoos, conditioners, shave gels, antiperspirant roll-on liqs., body washes; lubricant, rheology modifier in topi- cal gels and ointments, wet wipes for babies and adults … … disp. in water Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §175.105, 175 …
  • Handbook of Lubricants
    … in styling mousses; rheology modifier in 2-in1 shampoos, conditioners, shave gels, antiperspirant roll-on liqs., body washes; lubricant, rheology modifier in top- ical gels and ointments, wet wipes for babies and adults … … disp. in water Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §175.105, 175 …
  • Handbook of Food Packaging Chemicals and Materials
    Uses: Binder for wet wipes , household wipes, premoistened toilet tissue, personal care products, agricultural applications such as seed strips or temporary … … in contact with dry, aqueous and fatty foods, food-pkg. adhesives Features: Excellent mechanical stability Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §175.105, 176 …
  • Handbook of Green Chemicals
    … liq. hand soaps, o/w emulsions for skin care; foam stabilizer in styling mousses; rheology modifier in 2-in1 shampoos, conditioners, shave gels, antiperspirant roll-on liqs., body washes; lubricant, rheology modifier in topical gels and ointments, wet wipes for babies and adults … Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §175.105, 175.300,176.170, 176.180, 177.1210, 182.99; EPA 40CFR …
  • Handbook of Adhesive Chemical and Compounding Ingredients
    … emulsions for skin care, low pH skin creams; foam stabilizer in styling mousses; rheology modifier in 2-in1 shampoos, conditioners, shave gels, antiperspirant roll-on liqs., body washes; lubricant, rheology modifier in topical gels and ointments, wet wipes for babies and adults … Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §175.105, 175.300,176.170, 176.180, 177.1210, 182.99; EPA 40CFR …
  • Handbook of Rheology Modifiers
    … emulsions for skin care, low pH skin creams; foam stabilizer in styling mousses; rheology modifier in 2-in1 shampoos, conditioners, shave gels, antiperspirant roll-on liqs., body washes; lubricant, rheology modifier in topical gels and ointments, wet wipes for babies and adults … Regulatory: FDA 21CFR §175.105, 175.300,176.170, 176.180, 177.1210, 182.99; EPA 40CFR …
  • Surgical Gloves: Current Problems
    I expect that OSHA if not the FDA and JCOAH regulations will require powderfree gloves only before … One last word: In fine print on the packages of powdered gloves is a statement: “Caution: After donning, remove powder by wiping gloves thoroughly with a sterile wet sponge, sterile wet towel, or other effective method.” .
  • States > South Carolina > State > Proposed Regulations > 2014 Documents > October 24‚ 2014 > R. 61-34.1 - Pasteurized Milk and Milk Products
    … and the teats have been thoroughly cleaned (not dry wiped) and dried (manually wiped dry) prior to … … udder preparation methods may also be used once they have been evaluated by FDA and found acceptable. 5) Wet hand milking is prohibited.
  • States > South Carolina > State > Regulations > Chapter 61 - Department of Health and Environmental Control > 34.1 - Pasteurized Milk and Milk Products
    … and the teats have been thoroughly cleaned (not dry wiped) and dried (manually wiped dry) prior to … … udder preparation methods may also be used once they have been evaluated by FDA and found acceptable. 5) Wet hand milking is prohibited.