A variety of approaches are beneficial in treating primary diaper dermatitis

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Abstract

Primary diaper dermatitis is the most common dermatological problem in infancy. Water/moisture, friction, urine, faeces and, sometimes, microorganisms are the most important factors in the development of primary diaper dermatitis. Minimising diaper use and using disposable diapers, barrier creams, mild topical hydrocortisones and antifungal agents are among the most common treatments

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