Rashes are extremely common in new-born’s and can be a significant source of parental concern. Immaturity of skin disease structures results in Milia and Miliaria. During the first four weeks of life a variety of changes exhibit in a new-born’s skin. Physicians of the infants can identify common skin lesions and counsel parents appropriately. The most popular eruption in new-born’s is erythema Toxicum Neonatorum which is present at the time of birth but more often appears during the second or third day of life. Lesions usually occur on trunk, face and proximal extremities. 20% of the new-borns are affected by acne neonatorum which are diagnosed by lotions. Temperature regulation is fundamental immediately after the birth.
- Track 1-1 Skin care and Toxicology
- Track 2-2 Diagnostic and therapeutic procedures
- Track 3-3 Premature infants
- Track 4-4 Fetal skin Development
- Track 5-5 Integumentary System