doi.org/10.1017/S0312897000014077

Article type: Original Research

PUBLISHED 1 January 1987

Volume 12 Issue 1

Enuresis — A Case Study

Joy Rainey

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Joy Rainey
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1 Victorian Branch of the Australian Association of Marriage and Family Counsellors

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Abstract

This paper centre around a particular treatment procedure for a 6 years old boy with primary enuresis. According to Hudson (1980) the term “enuresi” mean “persistent wetting of the bed by children over the age of 3 or 4 years in the absence of any demonstrable organic pathology”. (P. 70).

Although there have been various ways of handling this over the centuries (mostly unsuccessful), according to many modern researchers, the bell and pad or enuresis alarm has the best record of success. Hudson claims “a continually demonstrated high success rate of approximately 75%” (p.18). He does emphasize, however, that these figures are for good quality equipment, used with professional supervision.

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