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Terminology: Patch Test on Humans
The objective of this test is to detect biologic reactions caused by the test substance on human skin. It is generally called the ‘Kawai Method.’
Zeomic powder was applied to the inside of the upper arms of 20 adults for 24 hours. Then, visual and microscopic evaluation of the skin reaction was verified based on the SUMP method.
[Test Results for Zeomic]
Zeomic caused no loss of furrows on the skin, nor erythema, edema, or papulae except for indentations from the patches themselves.