The Results
Primary Nocturnal Enuresis
(** Excludes Comorbid Day Wetting/Encopresis)
PRIMARY NOCTURNAL ENURESIS > 16 WEEKS
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Results to End Jan 2007

Results
Male to Female 65% male  :  35% female 1514 male   :   826 female
2340
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Age 7.8 years average 4.8 yrs to 18.5 yrs
Initial Severity
> 50% wet nights in 2 weeks

87 %
wet nights

Initial Success
14 consecutive dry nights achieved within a 16 week period

79 %
19% either dropped out, failed, or decided to cease prior to completion, and was classified as a failure.

Weeks to Success
Time to achieve 14 dry nights

8.9 avg. (2.4 - 61.1)
No restriction on time to achieve dryness.
Many achieved dryness after 16 Weeks, those outliers > 30 weeks re-coded as 30 weeks

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Continued Success
Dryness still achieved at 6 months
75% 
100% of all reaching 6 months were contacted 
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Complete Success
Dryness still achieved at 24 months

70%
99% of all reaching 24 months were contacted
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Weeks to Relapse
Weeks b/n Initial Success and Relapse

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Relapse Initial Outcome

89% Dry
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Dropout
2 consecutive appointments missed without notice after initial appointment.
Treatment discontinued by agreement b/n parents, child and doctor.

4.3 %

Single Effectiveness Ratio
(Intention to Treat)

Success rate as a percentage of all entering treatment (including drop outs). ie. Intention to treat ideally > 50%

75%

Working definition for nocturnal enuresis have been based on those established by Butler (1991).

 

Report of those children who were treated post 16 week "Cut-Off", i.e. treated past defined "Failure"
 

Results

Male to Female 156 (76%) male     
 48 (24%) female

Total 204

 
Age 7.9 av (5.0 - 15.1)  
Initial Severity 89 %
wet nights
Initial Outcome

42 %

Weeks to Success

22.4 avg. (16.1 - 30.0)

Outliers > 30 weeks re-coded as 30 weeks
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Continued Success *

40%

% follow up at 6 months * 100%
24 Month - Complete Success  *

39%

% follow up at 24 months * 99%

 * Current to 2004  No follow study up subsequently

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