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Table 2 Social background and some other characteristics in children with and without nocturnal enuresis

From: The epidemiology and factors associated with nocturnal enuresis among boarding and daytime school children in southeast of Turkey: a cross sectional study

  Enuretics Nonuretics   
  n % n % X2 p
Gender       
   Boys 59 14.3 354 85.7 0.535  
   Girls 25 16.8 124 83.2   0.272
School type       
   Day-time 51 18.5 225 81.5 5.321 0.014
   Boarding school 33 11.5 253 88.5   
Father's education       
   ≤ 5 years 50 13.9 311 86.1 0.954  
   > 5 years 34 16.9 167 83.1   0.196
Mother's education       
   ≤ 5 years 79 15.0 446 85.0 0.064  
   > 5 years 5 13.5 32 86.5   0.514
Father's working status       
   Yes 63 13.8 393 86.2 2.430  
   No 21 19.8 85 80.2   0.082
Monthly income       
   High 8 9.3 78 90.7 9.840  
   Medium 43 13.0 287 87.0   
   Low 33 22.6 113 77.4   0.007
Room sharing       
   None 5 10.6 42 89.4 0.749  
   2 or more person 79 15.3 436 84.7   0.266
Inhabitation       
   Village 54 18.7 235 81.3 6.541  
   County 30 11.0 243 89.0   0.013
Family history of enuresis       
   Yes 27 42.2 37 57.8 42.150  
   No 57 11.4 441 88.6   0.000
Birth order       
   1-3th 49 16.6 246 83.4 1.506  
   4-6th 23 13.8 144 86.2   
   ≥7th 12 12.0 88 88.0   0.471
History of Urinary Tract infection       
   Yes 25 21.6 91 78.4 5.016  
   No 59 13.2 387 86.8   0.021
Constipation       
   Yes 15 24.2 47 75.8 4.687  
   No 69 13.8 431 86.2   0.029
Total 84 14.9 478 85.1   562