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Enuresis Clinical Trials

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Found (17) clinical trials

TENS Treatment for Bedwetting

Institutional review board approval was obtained. Children ages 5-18 years old referred to the pediatric urology clinic for primary nocturnal enuresis will be screened for enrollment. Behavioral modification (limiting evening drinking, double voiding prior to bedtime, bowel habits, social anxiety factors) will be utilized first. Patients who fail will next …

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Transcutaneous Electric Nerve Stimulation (TENS) for the Treatment of Nocturnal Enuresis in Children

Institutional review board was obtained. Children ages 5-18 years old referred to the pediatric urology clinic for primary nocturnal enuresis will be screened for enrollment. Behavioral therapy (limiting evening drinking, double voiding prior to bedtime, bowel habits, social anxiety factors) will be utilized first. Patients who fail will next be …

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MyPad - Intelligent Bladder Pre-void Alerting System

Enuresis / Bedwetting is a common problem causing much emotional distress. Most children are dry by the age of 5 years, but a significant number of older children still wet their bed. This can be very distressing for child and family. There is also an associated cost due to extra …

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Copeptin for Prediction of Treatment Response in Children With Monosymptomatic Nocturnal Enuresis (MEN).

Monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis (MEN) is a common problem in children, affecting 7-10% of all 7 year olds. MEN is often leading to psychosocial problems because of its burden and stigmatism. The only available medical treatment option is the vasopressin analogum Desmopressin. However, according to the literature, only one third of …

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Impact of Behavioral Treatment of Insomnia on Nighttime Urine Production

Prevalent, morbid, and costly ($61 billion/year in 2012), nocturia is a major problem, especially for older adults. It increases the risk of falls, fractures, depression, nursing home placement, and death. Yet management of nocturia remains inadequate. Most behavior and pharmacotherapies for nocturia focus on bladder-related etiologies, and it's most prevalent …

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Alarm Treatment for Combined Enuresis and Daytime Urinary Incontinence in Children

Urinary incontinence are common disorders of school age children. Approximately 3.8 - 16.9 % of first grade children suffer from daytime incontinence (DUI) depending on the definitions. Half of the children with DUI suffers for enuresis (NE) too. The background for combined DUI and enuresis is in most children functional …

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Study on Chinese and Western Medicine in MNE Children

Monosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis (MNE) is a common pediatric developmental disorder. MNE refers to urinary incontinence in the sleep state in children aged 5 years, without other LUT symptoms, and without bladder dysfunction. Its pathogenesis mainly include overnight polyuria, overactive bladder, sleep-arousal dysfunction, genetics, and abnormal secretion of anti-diuretic hormone (ADH). …

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Biomarkers in Urine for Children With Monosymptomatic Nocturnal Enuresis and Nocturnal Polyuria

Involuntary voiding during sleep, nocturnal enuresis (NE), affects 7-10 % of all 7-year-olds, and 0.5-2 % of young adults. Night-time polyuria is one of the main pathogenic mechanisms. Today, the only method to diagnose nocturnal polyuria is home recordings involving diaper weight and registrations of first morning voids, which is …

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The Effect of Selecting Treatment With Desmopressin or Alarm to Children With Enuresis Based on Home Recordings.

This is a randomized, controlled study. This study will be performed at Aarhus University Hospital (Denmark), Ghent University Hospital (Belgium) and Hospital of Zhengzhou University (China) following the same protocol. According to the initial randomization, children will be allocated to treatment without (group A) or with (group B) prior clinical …

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A Study on Accuracy Improvement of Repeated Measure Uroflowmetry- Electromyography

Uroflowmetry(UF) has been the standard first-line diagnostic tool for the evaluation of pediatric voiding dysfunction. But recently, UF combined with pelvic flow electromyography(EMG) is emphasized and recommended to analyze the separate contributions of the detrusor and bladder outlet and sole UF is discouraged except for the follow-up study after abnormal …

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