|Age:||4 to 8 years old|
|Keywords:||bladder surgery, pediatric bladder surgery|
|Type:||Drug study, Phase 3|
If you decide to allow your child to take part in the study, the treatment your child receives will be chosen by chance, like flipping a coin.
Your child will have an equal chance of receiving either: - the current standard treatment of oral oxybutynin right before surgery while in the hospital or - the transdermal (skin) patch one to two days prior to surgery.
During the stay in the hospital, which is usually one to two days, we will monitor your child to see if s/he has pain or a feeling of urgency to urinate. These procedures would be done whether or you’re your child participates in the study. .
Both groups will receive a new prescription for oral oxybutynin. This is to be given to your child if he/she is having urinary urgency or frequency.
If you take part in this research, you will be responsible to read, understand and sign this informed consent form. If your child is in the group that uses the patch, you will be required to apply this to his/her back or leg one to two days prior to surgery.
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