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  • Impact Factor: 0.285**
  • H-Index: 6
  • ISSN: 2638-4558
  • DOI: 10.25107/2638-4558
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Major Scope

  •  Surgery
  •  Pharmacology and Therapeutics
  •  Nutrition and Dietetics
  •  Nephrology
  •  Preventive Medicine
  •  Urology
  •  Endocrinology
  •  Neonatology


Citation: Clin Case Rep Int. 2022;6(1):1360.DOI: 10.25107/2638-4558.1360

Psychosocial Intervention in Person with Nocturnal Enuresis: A Cross-Sectional Case Study

Abhijeet Singh

Department of Psychiatric Social Work, LGB Regional Institute of Mental Health, India

*Correspondance to: Abhijeet Singh 

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Background: Enuresis is an episode of involuntary urination in bed at the time of deep sleep. When this phenomenon occurs at night, it is known as Nocturnal Enuresis (NE), also known as bedwetting. It often leads to emotional and behavioral problems in the client and family, hence psychosocial intervention becomes effective. Aim and Objective: To assess the psychosocial problems related to NE and provide intervention at individual and family levels. Methodology: A single-subject case study design was used. The client and family members have explained the purpose of the study and proper written consent was taken from them. Pre and postassessment were done, using assessment scales. Result: Significant level of improvement was seen in post-assessment. Conclusion: Psychosocial assessment and intervention is the need of the hour, in cases of NE.


Nocturnal enuresis; Psychosocial intervention; Enuresis alarm; Care burden

Cite the Article:

Singh A. Psychosocial Intervention in Person with Nocturnal Enuresis: A Cross-Sectional Case Study. Clin Case Rep Int. 2022; 6: 1360.

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