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Enuresis alarms (bells or buzzers) triggered by a moisture sensor in the bed pad or pajamas have long-term effectiveness 2 , 19 , 24 Alarms condition children to awaken or contract their pelvic muscles. Most children require six to 16 weeks of treatment. Enuresis resolves in nearly two thirds of children during alarm use, and nearly one half of children who continue its use remain dry. 24 No alarm system is superior to another. 21 Sleep disruption is a problem with alarm use. Factors that predict a good response to enuresis alarms include a cooperative family, no coexisting emotional and behavioral problems, small bladder capacity, and frequent bed-wetting (four or more wet nights per week). 8 Enuresis alarms should be considered in older, motivated children from cooperative families when behavioral measures are unsuccessful. 17 , 19

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