A Pilot Study of StrataXRT, a Topical Silicone Barrier, to Prevent Auricular Radiation Dermatitis in Pediatric Patients Undergoing Proton Cerebrospinal Radiation Therapy
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Wound Dressing Material
This phase I trial studies the side effects of a silicone topical wound dressing (StrataXRT) and to see how well it works in preventing radiation dermatitis (skin burns and side effects caused by radiation) in pediatric patients undergoing radiation therapy. StrataXRT may help prevent or decrease severe skin rash, pain, itching, skin peeling, and dry skin in pediatric patients undergoing radiation therapy to the brain or spinal cord.
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