We are developing a device in conjunction with medical professionals designed to monitor nocturnal enuresis in children between the ages of 4 – 16 years old. This work is funded by NHS England. We are simply collecting data at this stage: this data will be used to help design a tool to support the prevention of nocturnal enuresis.
The device works by recording the movements of the child as they sleep, using sensitive accelerometers - the same things that notice when you turn a mobile phone round in order to spin the screen around for you. There is no medical intervention and no drugs used. The device will be placed beside the child next to their pillow, or under the sheet on their mattress, when they are asleep to record their sleep pattern. This is non-invasive and unobtrusive.
To obtain data for the development of this medical breakthrough we are recruiting patients to take part in trials.
Is My Child Suitable? To be considered for inclusion in the trials your child must:
- Be aged between 4 – 16 years old.
- Regularly experience bedwetting a minimum of 2 times per week.
- Be able to consent to the trial.
Note: Whilst there will be no immediate improvement in your child’s bed wetting, by taking part they will help us soon develop a device to benefit lots of people with similar conditions.
We are happy to discuss the trial further with you. There is no obligation to take part if you decide that it is not right for your family.
If you would like to be considered for inclusion in the trial or if you simply want to find out more, please email
Or call us 0121 769 2353
All communication will be treated in a confidential and sensitive manner.
Russell BealeFounder, Director, Head of Research
Tina NewtonMedical Research Director
Jacqui CorrinProject Manager
ConsultantsProgramming and data analysis
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Shropshire TF9 3RZ UK
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