Rubbing ethanol and time of use: critical factors compromising latex gloves structure
Desinfecção com etanol e tempo de uso: fatores críticos que comprometem a estrutura das luvas de látex
Isaac Jordão DE SOUZA ARAÚJO; Talita Malini CARLETTI; Fabianna da Conceição Dantas de MEDEIROS; Isabela Pinheiro Cavalcanti LIMA
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