com was inspired by a pediatrician who is involved in the research and development of new
treatments for bedwetting in children and teens.
This pediatrician developed a new
device, which can automatically detect the amount of urine in a child's bladder,
using ultrasound. The device alarms just below the bladder volume at which
a child typically wets. It thus keeps the child dry while training the
child to become dry without the device. This device is still experimental,
but hopefully someday it will be available to help children with bedwetting. As part of the
research study on that device a website was conceived to interact with the children and
teenagers in the study. It was then realized how useful this website could
be to help kids and teens with bedwetting from all over the world. The result
WetBusters.com is supervised by a professional advisory board consisting of
a pediatrician, a pediatric nurse practitioner, and a nurse practitioner - attorney.
The mission of WetBuster.com is
simply to serve as an aid to children, teenagers,
and parents in their struggle with bedwetting. It allows kids, teens,
and parents from all over
the world to interact with each other and to support each other. Wetbusters helps kids, who wear diapers for bedwetting, to get out of diapers by teaching them about other ways of handling bedwetting, such as DDAVP and bed-shaker alarms. Wetbusters further
allows healthcare providers to follow the progress of their patients with
bedwetting on the website, as well as interact with them, in other words to provide
"e-Care." E-Care saves travel
time for patients, allows closer monitoring of their progress, and saves time for
their healthcare providers. We hope that our site is useful to you.
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