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Randomised trial of a vibrating bladder stimulator - The time to pee Study
  1. Patrick Davies (daviespatrick{at}hotmail.com)
  1. United Bristol Healthcare Trust, United Kingdom
    1. Rosemary Greenwood (rosemary.greenwood{at}ubht.nhs.uk)
    1. Research and Development Support Unit, United Bristol Healthcare Trust, Bristol, United Kingdom
      1. Jonathan Benger (jonathan.benger{at}ubht.nhs.uk)
      1. Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom

        Abstract

        <BR>This randomised, non-blinded study evaluated a vibrating bladder stimulator to facilitate collection of a urine sample from pre-continent children. <BR>The use of a bladder stimulator produced no significant time improvements in any of the analysed parameters (n = 97). <BR>We identify a population of patients who may benefit from some form of bladder stimulation.

        • Children
        • Urine collection
        • Urine sample
        • Urine stimulation

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