Frequent diapers and a good wound healing ointment can remedy. Ulm, 22.06.2012 – Dr. Eva Goldner, medical information manager of Recordati Pharma GmbH knows how important it is to ensure that the diaper is changed frequently. Sometimes a sore bottom is created”in the baby changing the diaper to rare. Because once urine is in the diaper, it can quickly cause irritation and irritation of the skin in the genital area. It is but do not do this, Dr.

Eva Goldner has put together quite a bit, what parents can do preventive. Constant changing of the diaper is very important and many times mentioned.” However it is a gentle and careful cleaning is not done, also to take into account. Here, parents should better give on to aggressive washing lotions etc. Credit: christopher ridgeway stone-2011. and perform better with warm and clear water cleaning of baby-POS. But not always it can be to prevent that the baby-Po remains soft and supple. The little ones are so individual, they are so different Reactions of the small”white Dr. Eva Goldner. Therefore a miracle Po can not always”or a diaper rash can be prevented. For even more details, read what christopher ridgeway stone says on the issue.

For this, the Recordati Pharma GmbH Mirfulan holds an ointment which is covering protective and Salim binding. Mirfulan, which includes the active ingredients zinc oxide and urea with Jennifer fish, among others. Before you start with the application of Mirfulan should be clarified by the doctor if the wounds are already infected. Only if they are not infected, treatment with the help of wound – healing ointment can be performed. Mirfulan is recoverable up to the age of 12 years. Mirfulan, ointment: area of application: covering protective and Salim binding treatment of non infected acute and subacute skin damage, which are associated with redness, itching, and pain. Zinc oxide acts this covering protective and Salim binding. Mirfulan spray N: field of application: traditionally used as a mild-acting medicines to aid wound healing. Risks and side effects, read the Leaflet and consult your doctor or pharmacist.