Conservative treatment for functional daytime urinary incontinence in children

To determine the effectiveness of conservative interventions (non-pharmacological and non-surgical) for functional daytime urinary incontinence in children.

Intervention comparisons may include:

  • Individual conservative interventions (lifestyle, behavioural or physical) versus no treatment;
  • Combined conservative interventions versus no treatment;
  • One individual conservative interventions versus another individual or combined conservative intervention;
  • Combined conservative interventions versus other combined conservative interventions;
  • Individual conservative interventions versus non-conservative interventions (pharmacological or invasive) (combined or not with any conservative interventions);
  • Combined conservative interventions versus non-conservative interventions (pharmacological or invasive) (combined or not with any conservative interventions).

This is a protocol.

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