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Neonatal Rashes

Neonatal Rashes - How to prevent?

Diaper Dermatitis:

Frequent diaper change can reduce contact between the skin and urine or stools.

Clean the skin in the diaper area gently and carefully. Dry by patting with a soft towel instead of rubbing the delicate skin.

Gentle cleansing with warm water and a soft cloth is usually sufficient.

If soap is desired, a mild, fragrance-free soap substitute or bath oil is recommended. If baby wipes are used, choose a brand that is alcohol and fragrance-free. Baby wipes are not recommended if the skin becomes irritated or develops open sores.

Dried stools can be loosened with mineral oil applied to a cotton ball.

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Neonatal Rashes - Other Information

  • Updated on 2020-10-04T16:00:00Z
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