irritants

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plural of irritant
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Any medication designed to cause irritation
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A source of irritation
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a mechanical, chemical, or pathological agent of inflammation, pain, or tension
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Affects immune system and reactivity due to its ability to cause inflammation See Counterirritant
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A substance that will cause an inflammatory response or reaction of the eye, skin, or respiratory system
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{i} substance that causes irritation
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That which irritates or excites
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The small parasite or particle that stimulates the growth of a pearl in an oyster The irritant can occur naturally or be artificially inserted
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Chemical which may cause reversible inflammation on contact
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something that causes irritation and annoyance; "he's a thorn in my flesh
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A substance that can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, or respiratory system An irritant can cause an acute effect from a single high-level exposure, or chronic effects from repeated, low-level exposures Some examples of irritants are chlorine, nitric acid, and various pesticides
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An irritant is a substance which causes a part of your body to itch or become sore. Many pesticides are irritants
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A chemical that causes a reversible inflammatory effect on living tissue by chemical action at the site of contact
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Chemical, which is not corrosive, that causes tissue inflammation at the site of contact
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Irritating; producing irritation or inflammation
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A substance than can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, or respiratory system
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A chemical, which is not corrosive, that causes a reversible inflammatory effect on living tissue by chemical action at the site of contact A chemical is a skin irritant if, when tested on the intact skin of albino rabbits by the methods of 16 CFR 1500 41 for 4 hours exposure or by other appropriate techniques, it results in an empirical score of 5 or more A chemical is an eye irritant if so determined under the procedure listed in 16 CFR 1500 42 or other appropriate techniques
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A chemical, which is not corrosive, that causes a reversible inflammatory effect on living tissue by a chemical action at the site of contact A chemical is a skin irritant if, when tested on the intact skin of albino rabbits by the methods of 16 CFR 1500 41 for 4 hours exposure or by other appropriate techniques, it results in an empirical score of 5 or more A chemical is an eye irritant if so determined under the procedure listed in 16 CFR 1500 42 or other appropriate techniques
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A substance which can cause an inflammatory response or reaction of the eye, skin or respiratory system
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{s} causing irritation, causing annoyance; causing inflammation or extreme sensitivity (Medicine)
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A substance that produces an irritating effect when it contacts skin, eyes, nose, or respiratory system
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A poison that produces inflammation
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Rendering null and void; conditionally invalidating
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substance that is not an allergen (see allergen) but can cause a reaction in the airways or damage the lungs
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A chemical that is not corrosive but causes a reversible inflammatory effect on living tissue by chemical action at the site of contact
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An irritant is something which causes inflammation, soreness, roughness, or irritability of a body part
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A substance that can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, or respiratory system Effects may be acute from a single high-level exposure, or chronic from repeated low-level exposures to such compounds as chlorine, nitrogen dioxide, and nitric acid
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A substance that can cause irritation of the skin, eyes, or respiratory system Effects may be acute from a single high level exposure, or chronic from repeated low-level exposures to such compounds as chlorine, nitrogen dioxide, and nitric acid
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This descriptor is applied to any substance causing inflammation following immediate, prolonged, or repeated contact with skin or mucous membrane
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Material that produces local irritation or inflammation of eyes, skin, or respiratory membranes
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something that causes irritation and annoyance; "he's a thorn in my flesh"
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This refers to any substance that causes inflammation following immediate, prolonged, or repeated contact with skin or mucous membranes [108]
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If you describe something as an irritant, you mean that it keeps annoying you. He said the issue was not a major irritant. = annoyance
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A substance that produces an irritation effect when it contacts skin, eyes, nose, or respiratory system
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Any agent by which irritation is produced; as, a chemical irritant; a mechanical or electrical irritant
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A substance that consistently and predictably produces an adverse response (such as reddening, swelling, itching, burning, or blistering) in virtually all of the population Irritants are not to be confused with allergens
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A substance that triggers asthma symptoms by irritating the airway when breathed in Examples include cigarette smoke, fumes from a harsh cleaning fluid, or strong perfume (Allergens are a different type of asthma trigger, which cause symptoms through an allergic reaction rather than by irritation )
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Any material, liquid or solid substance, that upon contact with fire or when exposed to air gives off dangerous or intensely irritating fumes, such as tear gas, but not including Poison Class A or B material Materials names as irritants are presented in Title 49 CFR 173 38
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causing irritation or inflammation
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