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A newborn with a diffuse rash over the body - medtigo

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  1. Erythema toxicum — also called erythema toxicum neonatorum (ETN) — there is no specific treatment for ETN So, no treatment is needed because rashes settle down itself after few days
    However,Follow your doctor’s advice about caring for your baby’s skin.
    Call your doctor if your baby has a rash and is also fussy, not feeding well, or has a fever.

  2. Erythema modicum affects approximately half of new horns and has benign eruption occurring primarily in healthy new horns in the early neonatal period and Erythema modicum neonatorum is characterized by muscular Erythema, papules, and pustules, and it resolves without permanent sequelae.

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