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    This retrospective open study evaluating the efficacy of Sudocrem Antiseptic Healing Cream (SAHC) in infantile nappy rash (NR) was based on real-world evidence collected using an online questionnaire that included Likert scales. Participants who had used SAHC in the past (n=2159) were recruited via social media and email. A total of 1818 respondents who had treated NR in the previous 6 months were asked to take part in the study. Over 50% of respondents saw an improvement in NR on the same day that treatment was started, and within 3 days 94.5% of respondents reported an improvement in NR. Of 1804 subjects who answered the question, 72.5% indicated that the NR had completely healed within 3 days of starting treatment and by the fifth day, 94.7% said that the NR had completely healed. A total of 71% of 1793 respondents said that an episode of NR had either no or minimal impact disrupting their normal lives, but 29% reported a noticeable impact, even though evidence suggests that mild to moderate nappy rash can be treated quickly. Based on this real-world retrospective study, the evidence suggests SAHC is rapidly effective, reduces signs and symptoms of inflammation, and heals NR.


    Martin Goldman, Imran Lodhi. A real-world evidence study evaluating a treatment for nappy rash. British journal of nursing (Mark Allen Publishing). 2016 Apr 28-May 11;25(8):432-9

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    PMID: 27126752

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