Bedwetting Disorder


Bedwetting disorder (BED) is a common disorder in both men and women. It is caused by a combination of environmental, genetic, social, and cultural factors. Most people of all ages and socioeconomic statuses experience BED at one time or another. There are approximately equal numbers of males and females with BED.

There are several ways to attach a rail to a bed. A pin-and-hook fastener is one method. The eye plate is mounted to the bedpost’s horizontal pins, and the rail is fitted with hooks. The hooks can be surface-mount or recessed. Alternatively, a keyhole fastener called a plug can be used.

Using a bedbug-proof mattress cover will help to contain an infestation. However, chemical treatments are usually necessary to eliminate the bugs. The use of insecticides may cause damage to bedding. You should only use insecticides that are safe for your bedroom. Never use the same products on your mattress and bedding. Insecticides can be harmful and should only be used by a professional.

To decrease the risk of SIDS, parents should avoid bed-sharing until their child is at least six months old. It is also recommended that parents should keep a separate room for the infant until he/she is able to sleep alone. The American Academy of Pediatrics and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission both warn against bed-sharing.

In addition to hospital efficiency, the number of beds is a critical factor. A hospital’s efficiency is measured in terms of both inputs and outputs. The hospital’s capital inputs include beds, buildings, complex medical equipment, and vehicles. These items are expensive and long-lasting. Most hospital efficiency studies use the number of beds as a proxy for capital inputs.