Do not perform urinalysis routinely in children and young people with bedwetting, unless any of the following apply: - bedwetting started in the last few days or weeks - there are daytime symptoms - there are any signs of ill health - there is a history, symptoms or signs suggestive of urinary tract infection - there is a history, symptoms or signs suggestive of diabetes mellitus. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not use desmopressin in the treatment of children and young people who only have daytime wetting. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not routinely measure weight, serum electrolytes, blood pressure and urine osmolality in children and young people being treated with desmopressin for bedwetting. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not use an anticholinergic alone for the management of bedwetting in children and young people without daytime symptoms. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not offer an anticholinergic combined with imipramine for the treatment of bedwetting in children and young people. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not use tricyclics as the first-line treatment for bedwetting in children and young people. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not use strategies that recommend the interruption of urinary stream or encourage infrequent passing of urine during the day. Do not do October 2010 Unclassified
Do not use dry-bed training with or without an alarm for the treatment of bedwetting in children and young people. [NB: Dry-bed training is a training programme that may include combinations of a number of different behavioural interventions, and that may include rewards, punishment, training routines and waking routines, and may be undertaken with or without an alarm.] Do not do October 2010 Unclassified