3M invites professional and non-professional caregivers and patients to visit www.3M.com/Cavilon for training, information and support. In addition, a dedicated toll-free helpline, 1-800-228-3957 has been established. For more information on 3M Critical & Chronic Care Solutions, visit www.3M.com/SkinHealth.About 3M Health Care 3M Health Care offers solutions in the medical, oral care, drug delivery, food safety and health information markets. We have an unparalleled ability to connect people, insights, science and technology to think beyond today, solve problems, and make better health possible. Our culture of collaboration empowers us to discover and deliver practical, proven solutions that enable our customers to protect and improve the health of people around the world. Learn more at www.3mhealthcare.com. 1Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD): Best Practice for Clinicians. Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nurses Society, 2011. 2Peterson KJ, Bliss DZ, Nelson C, Savik K. Practices of nurses and nursing assistants in preventing incontinence associated dermatitis in acutely/critically ill patients. Amer J of Crit Care. (Abstract) 2006; 15(3): 325. 3Bliss, D. Savik, K. & Peterson, K. Continence-evidence-based treatment and management: Incontinence-Dermatitis in Hospitalized Patients Prevalence. Evidence-Based Nursing Care and Nurse Education Program. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing. 2009; 36(3S): S56. 4Doughty D, et al. Incontinence – Associated Dermatitis: Consensus Statements, Evidence – Based Guidelines for Prevention and Treatment, and Current Challenges. Journal of Wound, Ostomy and Continence Nursing. 2012; 39(3): 303-315. 5Lewis-Byers K, Thayer D, Kahl A. An evaluation of two incontinence skin care protocols in a long-term care setting. Ostomy Wound Management. 2005; 48(12): 44-51.