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DEESIDE, Wales, April 8, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ConvaTec, a leading global medical products and technologies company, today announced results from a multinational study that found Moldable Technology(TM) skin barriers highly effective in preventing peristomal skin lesions in new ostomy patients.
indicating that breakdown of the skin barrier is a primary event in the
In measurements 72 hours after a skin barrier stressor (tape-stripping), the recovery of good quality sleepers was 30% higher than poor quality sleepers (14% vs.
He and his colleagues came up with the hypothesis as a result of a recent study by other investigators who reported the existence of a specific subtype of asthma driven by filaggrin defect-associated skin barrier dysfunction rather than sensitization (Pediatr.
Without an intact skin barrier allergens can enter the body where they produce a range of allergic responses such as eczema, asthma and hay fever.
There is no cure for eczema yet, but scientists at Dundee University have recently discovered a malfunctioning gene present in many sufferers that causes a breakdown of the normal skin barrier.
of skin barrier function that will be used in the study is the TEWL (Trans
Coloplast's Baza Cleanse & Protect 2% dimethicone skin protectant lotion (with or without odor control) provides the convenience and economy of three products in one--a no-rinse perineal cleanser, a moisturizer, and a dimethicone skin barrier.
With contributions from over 40 international experts in the field of skin biology, the book presents the central role of the skin barrier to health and disease reviewing;
Research at University of Cork conducted on 1,900 Irish children in early infancy explored, non-invasively, their skin barrier function by measuring water evaporation from babies' skin.
Fried added that the skin barrier function, which is the skin's protective outer layer, can be impaired by stress as well.
The first ingredients are AHYP Natural Skin Barrier (n-Acetyl-L-Hydroxyproline) and Panadoxine P, a pro form of pyridoxine (vitamin B6).