Sleep Study and Nocturnal Enuresis

The psychology team from RMIT Health Sciences Clinic are looking for participants to participate in an enuresis and sleep research project. If you have any families with children that would be suitable please contact them on 03 99257666 and the address is Building 300, University Hill, 30 Janefield Drive, Bundoora Victoria

Welcome to a Happy New Year from Ramsey Coote Instruments

Hello to families, customers and those interested in helping children become dry at night.  We are well into 2014 after completing a very busy 2013.  It was a year of achievements for Ramsey Coote Instruments which included the following:

  • Results from the multi-centre audit completed at one site which shows a 76% success rate after a treatment of 6-8 weeks and this went up to over 90% with those that relapsed and had a second treatment.  This audit was partly funded by the Victorian Government Voucher programme for small business that helps pay for research and development.
  • Attended conferences in the USA and Australia discussing with new and potential practitioners of how they can help their families with children become dry at night.
  • Winning First Prize with our Abstract at The Simon Foundation,  “Engineering Challenge Conference”, in Chicago April 2013
  • Congratulations to the following customers who have purchased from us:  Chicago Children’s Hospital, University of Michigan Children’s Hospital,  Bedwetting Solutions (NZ), A Dry Bed,  Royal Children’s Hospital, Adelaide Enuresis Clinic and many more … Thanks again for your support to Ramsey Coote Instruments…

We will be out again this year to conferences and hope to help practitioners in their efforts with children who wish to become dry at night.  We are on the way to developing a pathway to care and will incorporate education into our service once we get further results from the research we are conducting.  We wish everyone a happy and prosperous 2014

from the team at Ramsey Coote Instruments

Update on Ramsey Coote Research Project

We started our multi-centre retrospective study, under direction of Dr Esther Apos, early this year and have completed data collection at Ballarat Health Service.  We are well under way with collection at Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne and plan to have analysis of over 500 records for the forthcoming Pediatric Urology meeting which is to be held 20-22 September in Las Vegas Nevada USA.