On the ninth day of the newborn, it is found that white vesicles appear on the skin behind the left ear and on the scalp. Iodophor has been used for anti-inflammatory. The baby does not cry, and it is normal to eat and sleep. What is the reason for this? How do I need nursing treatment
The baby has just been born for 10 days. The skin behind the ear looks obviously red and there are small pustules on it. Considering that the baby is likely to be neonatal eczema with bacterial infection, it can be disinfected with Iodophor and then coated with zinc oxide ointment. It can be cared for twice a day. If the abscess is relatively large, it is best to puncture the abscess and drain the pus inside.
This is because you don't wash your baby in time, especially in places with many folds, behind the ears, armpits, groins, neck, below and behind the ears. You need to wash your child quickly every day to keep it dry, hygienic and refreshing, otherwise it will lead to infection.
Hello, look at the picture, it may be caused by infection. The baby is young and has tender skin. Adults need to take good care of the baby, pay attention to hygiene at ordinary times, keep the abdomen warm, clean it every day, try not to stimulate the skin, and ensure sufficient sleep time, which is conducive to the recovery of the body.