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Table 11-24Dry bed training with an alarm compared to an alarm for children with bedwetting - Clinical summary of findings

OutcomeDBT with an alarmAlarmRelative risk (95% CI)Absolute effectQuality
Number of children who achieved 14 consecutive dry nights8/12 (66.7%)3/12 (25%)RR 2.67 (0.93 to 7.69)418 more per 1000 (from 17 fewer to 1000 more)LOW
Mean number of dry nights per week at the end of treatment1212-MD −2.42 (− 4.13 to − 0.71)LOW
Number of children who relapsed1/8 (12.5%)1/3 (33.3%)RR 0.38 (0.03 to 4.27)206 fewer per 1000 (from 323 fewer to 1000 more)LOW

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

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