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EC number: 825-116-6
CAS number: 24704-41-4
In the area pretreated with 10% EDTA in cetomacrogol cream FNA, only 3
of 17 patients showed a + positive reaction to 1% (2440 ppm) nickel
sulphate. 3 patients showed no reaction to any concentration of nickel
sulphate in either area. The reactivity to nickel sulphate in the area
pretreated with 10% EDTA appeared to be far less than in the control
area (rank sum test p < 0.01). No irritant reactions to the 10% EDTA
cream were observed.
Many cobalt(II) compounds and cobalt are known for the fact, that they
may cause an allergic skin reaction.
The following substances are, inter alia, classified with H317: cobalt
(Index number 027-001-00-9), cobalt dichloride (Index number
027-004-00-5), cobalt sulfate (Index number 027-005-00-0), cobalt
sulfide (Index number 027-003-00-X), cobalt di(acetate) (Index number
027-006-00-6), cobalt dinitrate (Index number 027-009-00-2) and cobalt
oxide (Index number 027-002-00-4).
In addition, the harmonized classification of the above-mentioned
cobalt(II) compounds did not include the category H314 (Causes severe
skin burns and eye damage) or H315 (Causes skin irritation). Also in the
published dossiers on the ECHA website of the mentioned cobalt(II)
compounds and cobalt bis(2-ethylhexanoate) (EC 205-250-6) no
classification as skin corrosive or skin irritant was made.
Nevertheless, there are some indications that cobalt(II) compounds lead
to skin irritation but this often results from strong allergic skin
Furthermore, it could be shown, that sodium EDTA does not act as skin
irritant but as an useful reagent which inhibit allergic skin reaction
by complexation of the irritant metal 2 + source like nickel sulfate. In
an additional study it could complementary be shown that EDTA-Na2 is
non-irritant and has not to be classified according to the regulation
(EC) No 1272/2008 (CLP-regulation).
As in the target substance EDTA-CoH2 the Co center is chelated by EDTA
no classification as skin irritant will be done.
In regard to the eye-irritating properties it could be shown that
EDTA-H2 is not classified as eye irritant.
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