Explore a selection of clinical resources and updates including the latest peer-reviewed, published studies on nappy rash and other skin related studies. Sign up to our newsletter to be amongst the first to receive the latest clinical updates direct into your inbox.
A clinical study of 1,070 premature babies revealed that standardizing perineal skin can guidelines could reduce diaper dermatitis.
Learn about a study that showed benefits of using WaterWipes® as part of a skin care routine for HCPs wearing PPE.
The Paper ‘698 mothers and babies, 38 390 nappy changes: what did we learn?’ published in British Journal of Midwifery, demonstrated that WaterWipes showed a clinically significant advantage in the prevention and reduction of nappy rash.
A poster from the NICU of Nemours Hospital, presented at the Academy of Neonatal Nursing’s 2020 national conference, demonstrated that using WaterWipes and a nappy balm resulted in the elimination of nappy rash.
Part 1 of the Paper ‘A qualitative description of participation in an eight-week infant skin integrity study’, published in British Journal of Midwifery, explored postnatal skincare. All mothers interviewed preferred wipes to cotton wool and water.
Part 2 of ‘A qualitative description of participation in an eight-week infant skin integrity study’, showed previous positive experiences and products considered ‘natural’ with limited ingredients, influence parental decisions on skin care.
A study led by researchers from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI), found using WaterWipes as part of a care bundle, reduces Facial Pressure Injuries (FPIs) in frontline COVID-19 healthcare workers caused by the prolonged wearing of PPE.
Learn more about the BaSICS study conducted by the University of Salford in the UK.