Most common source of contact with this chemical is jewelry, dental materials and gold injections for arthritis.
It may take many months after stopping exposure to gold for the dermatitis to clear.

Let you dentist know of this allergy.

Many individuals that have a positive patch test reaction to gold will not show any relevance to their skin dermatitis.

Gold filing does NOT need to be removed unless there is significant oral disease associated with a positive patch test.

Other names you may see this chemical:
  Bis[monothiosulfato-(2)-O,S]aurate(3) trisodium
  Bis[monothiosulfato)aurate(3) trisodium
  Aurothiosulfate natrium
  Aurothiosulfate sodium
  Double thiosulfate of gold and sodium
  Hyposulfite of gold and sodium
  Sodium aurothiosulfate
  sel de Fordos et Gelis
  Auricidine
  Aurocidin
  Aurolin
  Auropex
  Auropin
  Aurosan
  Aurothion
  Crisalbine
  Crytion


Gold Sodium Thiosulfate
 
 
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Where is it found?
What is it?
Hints on avoiding:
Coins
Dental material
Electronic circuits
Gold injections
Gold plating
Pharmaceuticals
Novacrysin
Sanochrysine
Solfocrisol
Thiochrysine
Goldsodiumthiosulfate
Gold sodium thiosulfate
Sodium Thiosulfatoaurate
Potential Occupational Exposures:
    Jewelers
    Salespersons
    Electroplaters

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This information is provided as educational only and is
not intended to substitute for medical care or recommendations by a physician.