Friday, July 07, 2006

Child skin disorder

Child skin disorder

Skin disorders in childhood are universal and the dominance of conditions, such as atopic eczema, is greater than ever. The majority of childhood skin disorder is diagnosed by wide ranging practitioners who will refer the additional easier said than done cases to the local dermatologist or pediatrician.

On the other hand many parents will try to find advice in the beginning from a pharmacist. Eczema is an all purpose term encompassing an assortment of inflamed skin conditions. Pemphigus is an assembly of infrequent autoimmune blistering diseases of the skin and/or mucous membranes. Epidermolysis Bullosa is a cluster of unusual genetic skin disorders.

Neonatal skin of children:

The skin of a new born baby differs from adult skin in quite a lot of ways and, for that reason requires out of the ordinary consideration. It takes one month for the skin of a full term baby to build up its barrier function and even longer in premature babies.

These differences mean that neonates are at greater than before risk of skin damage, cutaneous infection and toxicity from topically applied agents. Prospective topical hazards take account of topical antiseptics, over and above products containing boric acid, salicylic acid, urea, corticosteroids, neomycin and tar-containing products. These topical antiseptics can be hexachlorophene and

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