The wider impact of child bed-wetting
Important factors affecting the quality of life of Australian school children with urinary incontinence have been identified, Linda Belardi reports.
Children with incontinence from non-Caucasian backgrounds are at higher risk of experiencing severe negative effects on their wellbeing, research has found. The NSW study of 140 children aged between six and 16 has drawn attention to the influence of cultural values, age and gender in shaping the experience and quality of life of children due to bladder-related problems. Dr Aniruddh Deshpande, research fellow in urology with the Centre for Kidney Research, said the findings emphasised the need for greater support for children with urinary incontinence, particularly those with a diverse...
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