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《Journal of Clinical Pediatric Surgery》 2017-06
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The current status of nocturnal enuresis of 6165 children aged 5 to 11 in Zhengzhou city

Wang Xizheng;Wang Yihe;Liu Zhangbin;Dong Bo;Zhou Jiamu;Liu Yanjin;Lou Xiaoping;Wen Jianguo;Wang Qingwei;Department of Children urodynamic center,The Zhengzhou key laboratory for urinary obstruction and bladder dysfunction,The first affiliated hospital of Zhengzhou University;Department of Nursing,The Zhengzhou key laboratory for urinary obstruction and bladder dysfunction,The first affiliated hospital of Zhengzhou University;  
Aims The purpose of present study is to investigate children's nocturnal enuresis( NE)prevalence in Zhengzhou City and comparing those investigated at 10 years ago of same areas. Methods From May. 2017 to Nov. 2017,a cross-sectional study of the enuresis prevalence was performed by distributing 6500 self-administered questionnaires to parents of 5 to 11 years old children at 20 kindergartens and schools in Zhengzhou City,China. The anonymous questionnaire was filled by parents including information of age,gender arousal dysfunction,NE,physical or psychological disorders,and etc. Results A total of 6155 were qualified to enter the final statistical analysis. The overall prevalence of NE was 9. 54%,in boys was 10. 09%and in girls was 8. 91%,ranging from 14. 48% in aged 5-year-old group to 3. 08% in aged 11-year-old group,the NE prevalence declined with the age increasing. By analyzing the risk factors of NE,we find that the risk factors of NE are sleep-wake disorder,NE genetic history. NE prevalence in 2017 is significant higher compared with those in 2006( p 0. 05). Conclusions The prevalence of NE increased significantly compared to10 years ago. More studies are needed to find the reasons why the prevalence of NE increased.
【Fund】: 国家自然科学基金项目(81370869);; 2015年度河南省医学科技攻关计划项目(201503019)
【CateGory Index】: R726.9
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