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How much oatmeal do you use for an oatmeal bath for an elderly adult?

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Dr. James Ferguson
Pediatrics
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In brief: You don't use oatml

The preparation used for "oatmeal" baths is not oatmeal.
That would produce a gooey mess. During the milling of oats, a fine flour like powder is created as a byproduct. This milling powder is collected, placed in single use packets, & sold to use as a wetting & anti-itch preparation. It is a good product & many patients enjoy it.

In brief: You don't use oatml

The preparation used for "oatmeal" baths is not oatmeal.
That would produce a gooey mess. During the milling of oats, a fine flour like powder is created as a byproduct. This milling powder is collected, placed in single use packets, & sold to use as a wetting & anti-itch preparation. It is a good product & many patients enjoy it.
Dr. James Ferguson
Dr. James Ferguson
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