The prevalence of attention deficit / Hyperactivity child disorder and its relationship with Enuresis in premirary school in Gonabad city at year 1391

Basiri Moghaddam, Mahdi and Tavakkolizadeh, Jahanshir and Gholami, Mohadeseh and kamel, Azam (2012) The prevalence of attention deficit / Hyperactivity child disorder and its relationship with Enuresis in premirary school in Gonabad city at year 1391. Other. Mahdi Basiri Moghaddam1 ,Jahanshir Tavakkolizadeh2, Mohadeseh Gholami3, Azam kamel3.

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Introduction: Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common childhood psychiatric disorder which affects (3-5%) of children. there are some psychiatric disorder in enuresis children. the aim of this study is , prevalence of attention deficit / Hyperactivity child disorder and its relationship with Enuresis in primary school . Method: This descriptive and analytical study was performed among 450 school children in Galabad city. To determine the prevalence of attention deficit /hyperactivity disorder were given CSI-4 questionnaire to Students teachers and parents. Grading was done after completing the questionnaire .If children in one or both of check list (teacher and parent) have score ≥7 were considered as an ADHD. After identifying children with ADHA, The prevalence of enuresis was compared in children with ADHD and without ADHD. Data were analysis with spss software (version 14) and descriptive statistical test was used for determine of prevalence ADHD, chi square for determine of prevalence enuresis in two groups. Results: The prevalence of ADHD was 27.3%. The prevalence enuresis was in children with ADHD 53.5% and in children without ADHD 24.6%, this difference was statistically significant (P <0.01). Conclusion: The findings showed that the prevalence of ADHD compared to the previous study increased. There was a correlation Between ADHD and enuresis and it is necessary, Children who referred with enuresis, ADHA to be considered as one of possible causes. Keywords: attention deficit /hyperactivity, Enuresis, children

Item Type: Monograph (Other)
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Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2019 09:32
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2019 09:32
URI: http://eprints.gmu.ac.ir/id/eprint/1426

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