nocturnal enuresis


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nocturnal enuresis

[näk′tərn·əl ‚en·yu̇′rē·səs]
(medicine)
Involuntary nocturnal urination during sleep.
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Evaluation and treatment of nonmonosymptomatic nocturnal enuresis: a standardization document from the international children's continence society.
Single dose imipramine reduces nocturnal urine output in patients with nocturnal enuresis and nocturnal polyuria.
Enuresis is defined as repeated voiding of urine into the bed or clothes at least twice per week for more than three months in a child who is more than five years of age.1 Nocturnal enuresis (NE) occurs in 15% to 25% of children aged five years old.
Information regarding video game playing, age, nationality, type of housing, region, physical activity, nocturnal enuresis, school performance, and educational and occupational backgrounds of parents was obtained.
(20) conducted in Hong Kong, 89 children diagnosed with primary nocturnal enuresis and the control group composed of 131 age and gender-matched children were compared in terms of behavioural problems and the stress variables experienced by the parents.
Nocturnal enuresis is associated with moderate-to-severe obstructive sleep apnea in children with snoring.
Nocturnal enuresis the management of bedwetting in children and young people: Clinical Guideline 111 (CG111) October 2010 last modified: August 2015 http://www.nice.org.uk/guidance/ cg111/resources/guidance-nocturnal-enuresis-pdf
Dr Chinnaiah Yemula, a consultant paediatrician and leading authority on bedwetting - or nocturnal enuresis - says children up to five haven't usually developed a fully matured bladder, so it's not considered abnormal.
Nocturnal enuresis (the clinical term for bedwetting) affects millions of people all over the world in all age groups.
Children with primary nocturnal enuresis often, but not always, score about 10% lower on standardized rating scales for selfesteem, or scores for symptoms similar to low self-esteem (sadness, anxiety, social fears, distress) than children without enuresis (strength of recommendation [SOR]: B, systematic review of cohort and case-control studies with some heterogenous results).