The Results
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results for:
Wees

results for:
Poos

Primary Nocturnal Enuresis

Secondary Nocturnal Enuresis

Daytime Wetting

Encopresis

Constipation


Cambridge results are reported using Butler's (1991) criteria, EXCEPT Children are not discharged at 16 weeks, but further treatment discussed with parents and child. See recent review of many studies in York University Report 1997 - Recommended Reading.

 

  Number Age -Avg(Range) % Male
Enrolled Initial Program  to
End Jan 2007
3172 7.7(2.6 - 18.5) 62%
Nocturnal Enuresis 2570 7.5 ( 4.5 - 18.5) 64%
Monosymptomatic Nocturnal Enuresis 659    
Secondary Nocturnal Enuresis
With/Without Co-Morbidities*
230

120

   
Daytime Wetting 606 7.2 (3.9 - 17.1 ) 40%
Primary Daytime Wetting
With Co-Morbidities*
228    
Primary Daytime Wetting
Without Co-Morbidities*
37    
Secondary Daytime Wetting
With Co-Morbidities*
374    
Secondary Daytime Wetting
Without Co-Morbidities*

 

36    
Encopresis 704 7.5 (4.0 - 17.5) 61%
"The Works"
Nocturnal enuresis, diurnal enuresis and encopresis
150 7.2 (4.7 - 17.1) 60%
Constipation 686 7.5 (2.6 - 18.1) 48%

 

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Comparative Results

Butler RJ, Establishment of working definitions in nocturnal enuresis. Arch Dis Child 1991;66:267-271

Practice Bias

Purely private Practice
Practice has been sought out by patients
Motivation factors probably greater

Cambridge Notes

1. For the first 18 months Initial Success has been an achievement of 10 dry nights followed by 7 nights of over learning ie 17 nights, this was changed in August 1998 to 14 dry nights and 7 nights over learning.

2. Patients are seen for more than 16 weeks at parents request, and results are indicated for 16 weeks and those including greater than 16 weeks.Thus average time to achieve dryness in view of item 2 is thus somewhat skewed to longer compared to the median time.

3. 24 month follow up has not yet been reached

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Butler RJ, Establishment of working definitions in nocturnal enuresis. Arch Dis Child 1991;66:267-271York University

"A systematic Review of the Effectiveness of Interventions for Managing Child hood Nocturnal Enuresis" - The University of York, NHS Centres for Reviews and Examination, CRD report 11, 1997

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