Table 11-13Dry bed training with an alarm with therapist at hospital compared to an alarm - Clinical summary of findings

OutcomeDBT with an alarm – therapist at hospitalAlarmRelative risk (95% CI)Absolute effectQuality
Number of children who achieved 14 consecutive dry nights20/20 (100%)16/20 (80%)RR 1.24 (0.98 to 1.57)192 more per 1000 (from 16 fewer to 456 more)VERY LOW
Mean number of wet nights per week at the end of treatment (no SD)2020-not pooledVERY LOW
Number of children who relapsed6/20 (30%)6/16 (37.5%)RR 0.8 (0.32 to 2.01)75 fewer per 1000 (from 255 fewer to 379 more)VERY LOW

From: 11, Dry bed training for the management of bedwetting

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