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Urinary incontinence in children is defined as involuntary leakage of urine. Urinary incontinence is the most common urological complaint in children. Many factors are effective in urinary incontinence. Research on the effectiveness of the diaphragm in postural stabilization, which the investigators think is one of these factors, is limited. The aim of this study is to compare the effectiveness of diaphragmatic breathing in postural stabilization with healthy individuals and individuals with urinary incontinence. As a result, it has been revealed that one factor of urinary incontinence is due to the dysfunction of diaphragmatic breathing and will be a step to increase awareness on diaphragmatic breathing.


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Urinary incontinence in children is defined as involuntary leakage of urine. Urinary incontinence is the most common urological complaint in children. Nocturnal incontinence is the most common chronic problem of childhood as well as allergic diseases. Frequency rates of 5-15% are reported in various sources, and in studies conducted with school children in our country, quite high rates of 20-30% are found. It is estimated that there are over 50 million children with urinary incontinence worldwide. There are many studies in the literature to determine the epidemiology and causes of urinary incontinence. In this study, it is aimed to evaluate diaphragmatic breathing in postural stabilization in children with urinary incontinence. In our study, Kırıkkale University Faculty of Medicine hospital; Individuals between the ages of 5 and 18 who were diagnosed with urinary incontinence and volunteered to participate in the study will be included in the study. The number of individuals will be determined according to the power analysis to be made. Individuals will be divided into 4 groups according to their diagnosis. Four groups with monosymptomatic enuresis, non-monosymptomatic enuresis, daytime urinary incontinence and healthy children as the control group will be included in the study. Before individuals; Demographic characteristics such as age, gender, height and weight will be questioned. Quality of Life in Children with Urinary Incontinence Scale (PIN-Q), which is the evaluation parameters of the children included in the study, Voiding Disorders Symptom Score (IBSS) to assess the severity of children's voiding disorder symptoms , Dynamic Neuromuscular stabilization (DNS) to evaluate the diaphragm in postural stabilization ; S-index (Inspiratory muscle strength), Maximum inspiratory pressure (MIP) and volume (Volume (V)) parameters will be evaluated with the POWER breathe K5 to evaluate. Hypotheses : H01: Diaphragmatic breathing is active in postural stabilization in children with monosymptomatic enuresis compared to healthy children. H02: Diaphragmatic respiration is active in postural stabilization in children with non-monosymptomatic enuresis compared to healthy children. H03: Diaphragmatic breathing is active in postural stabilization in children with daytime urinary incontinence compared to healthy children. H1: In children with monosymptomatic enuresis, diaphragmatic breathing is not active in postural stabilization compared to healthy children. H2: Non-monosymptomatic In postural stabilization in children with enuresis, diaphragmatic breathing is not active compared to healthy children. H3: Diaphragmatic breathing is not active in postural stabilization in children with daytime Urinary Incontinence compared to healthy children. One of our aims in this study is to realize the importance of the diaphragm. ;


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NCT number NCT05069207
Study type Observational
Source Kirikkale University
Contact Sümeyra Kapucu, PT
Phone +905465457109
Email [email protected]
Status Recruiting
Phase
Start date February 5, 2021
Completion date February 14, 2022

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