Clinical Study on the Treatment of Pediatric Primary Nocturnal Enuresis by Integrated Traditional Chinese and Western Medicine

Caixi Hu, X. G. Wan
2022 Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences  
To investigate the curative effect of integrated traditional Chinese and Western medicine in the treatment of children with primary nocturnal enuresis is the objective of the study. 160 children with primary nocturnal enuresis were randomly divided into four groups and received suoquan capsules, solifenacin combined with suoquan capsules, solifenacin or behavioral intervention for 2 mo. The response rates of each group were evaluated and logistic regression analysis was used to analyze the
more » ... encing factors of curative effect. In addition, the patients were followed up after 3 mo to investigate the recurrence rate. The complete remission (complete response) rate in solifenacin combined with suoquan capsules group was higher than that in behavioral intervention group (37.5 % vs. 7.5 %, p=0.007). The complete response rate and non-response rate in the solifenacin group were lower than those in the solifenacin combined with suoquan capsules group (all p<0.05). The recurrence rate in the solifenacin group was significantly higher than that in the solifenacin combined with suoquan capsules group (72.5 % vs. 30.0 %, p=0.027). Multivariate analysis showed that treatment group, enuresis frequency and age were independent predictors of complete response at 2 mo. Integrative traditional Chinese and Western medicine has good effect in the treatment of children with primary nocturnal enuresis and the recurrence rate is low. Enuresis frequency, treatment method and age were important predictors of complete remission after treatment.
doi:10.36468/pharmaceutical-sciences.spl.553 fatcat:kmye5qqvxna2lkvljrdxdklszm