Constipation and enuresis in children: treatment and advice
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Constipation and enuresis in children: treatment and advice

Kathy Oxtoby Health journalist

Continence issues in young people are common and nurses need to be able to offer timely management advice and reassurance to families

Bladder and bowel problems in children and young people are common – affecting up to 28% of all children and adolescents at any one time.

Nursing Children and Young People. 35, 1, 8-10. doi: 10.7748/ncyp.35.1.8.s3

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