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- Pediatric Incontinence : Evaluation and Clinical Management [Hardcover]
- دریافت: Pediatric Incontinence: Evaluation and Clinical Management |ایی دی
- Clinical Presentation and Evaluation
- The Diagnosis and Treatment of Enuresis and Functional Daytime Urinary Incontinence
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The Diagnosis and Treatment of Enuresis and Functional Daytime Urinary Incontinence
Clinical Practice Guidelines Toggle section navigation. Urinary Incontinence - Daytime wetting. This guideline has been adapted for statewide use with the support of the Victorian Paediatric Clinical Network. See also Bowel and bladder dysfunction Constipation Nocturnal Enuresis Urinary Tract Infection Key Points Daytime urinary incontinence in school aged children is distressing and requires timely assessment and management.
The goal of evaluation of daytime incontinence is to distinguish neurological and anatomical causes from functional causes of bladder dysfunction. A thorough history of voiding symptoms and a Bladder diary are essential components to assessment, directing targeted investigation and treatment.
The most common treatment for urinary incontinence is behaviour modification. Daytime urinary continence is usually achieved by 4 years of age. Day wetting occurs in around 10 percent of year olds, decreasing with age. Functional causes of incontinence in children include: Over active bladder OAB - urgency being the most important feature. Voiding postponement- habitually delayed urination, with overfilling and leakage.
Underactive bladder- infrequent urination and overfilling leading to overflow incontinence. A large post-void residual is common. Assessment Red flags feature in Red History: Previously ever been dry during the day? Completed Bladder Diary Other: Post micturition dribble Girls; consider urethral-vaginal reflux with leakage of urine from the vagina after voiding when they stand up.
Boys; consider incomplete emptying or dysfunctional voiding. Polydipsia or polyuria ; Consider possible causes diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, renal tubular disease, psychogenic. Inspection of perineum and external genitalia and perianal area if constipation also present. Exclude epispadias; opening on the dorsal surface of the penis in boys or a patulous urethra in girls may suggest a female epispadias.
Indicated when failing initial behavioural management, or if there are red flags present e. Consider in children with established daytime incontinence, review and repeat ultrasound if it is not adequate or recent. Micturition behaviour; timed voiding, avoidance of holding manoeuvers, optimal voiding posture.