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Prevalence of functional constipation among Palestinian preschool children and the relation to stressful life events.

AIMIncreasing evidence exists with respect to the relation between stressful life events and functional constipation (FC). We aimed to investigate the prevalence of FC in Palestinian refugee preschool children and to determine if stress and trauma exposure are risk factors of FC in these children. M... Full description

Journal Title: PloS one 2018, Vol.13(12), p.e0208571
Main Author: Froon-Torenstra, Denise
Other Authors: Beket, Elise , Khader, Ali M , Hababeh, Majed , Nasir, Arwa , Seita, Akihiro , Benninga, Marc A , van Den Berg, Maartje M
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title: Prevalence of functional constipation among Palestinian preschool children and the relation to stressful life events.
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  • Froon-Torenstra, Denise
  • Beket, Elise
  • Khader, Ali M
  • Hababeh, Majed
  • Nasir, Arwa
  • Seita, Akihiro
  • Benninga, Marc A
  • van Den Berg, Maartje M
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  • Arabs–Epidemiology
  • Child, Preschool–Epidemiology
  • Constipation–Epidemiology
  • Cross-Sectional Studies–Epidemiology
  • Humans–Epidemiology
  • Infant–Epidemiology
  • Jordan–Epidemiology
  • Logistic Models–Epidemiology
  • Middle East–Epidemiology
  • Prevalence–Epidemiology
  • Refugees–Epidemiology
  • Socioeconomic Factors–Epidemiology
  • Stress, Psychological–Epidemiology
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description: AIMIncreasing evidence exists with respect to the relation between stressful life events and functional constipation (FC). We aimed to investigate the prevalence of FC in Palestinian refugee preschool children and to determine if stress and trauma exposure are risk factors of FC in these children. METHODSFrom November 2013 until May 2014, a cross-sectional survey was conducted in West Bank, Gaza and Jordan. Mothers of 862 Palestinian refugee children aged 7-48 months were interviewed on defecation pattern, socio-economic factors and the child's exposure to traumatic events. RESULTSTwelve percent of the Palestinian refugee children fulfilled the criteria for FC. The prevalence of constipation was significantly lower in Gaza compared to Jordan (2% vs. 17%, p
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abstractAIMIncreasing evidence exists with respect to the relation between stressful life events and functional constipation (FC). We aimed to investigate the prevalence of FC in Palestinian refugee preschool children and to determine if stress and trauma exposure are risk factors of FC in these children. METHODSFrom November 2013 until May 2014, a cross-sectional survey was conducted in West Bank, Gaza and Jordan. Mothers of 862 Palestinian refugee children aged 7-48 months were interviewed on defecation pattern, socio-economic factors and the child's exposure to traumatic events. RESULTSTwelve percent of the Palestinian refugee children fulfilled the criteria for FC. The prevalence of constipation was significantly lower in Gaza compared to Jordan (2% vs. 17%, p <0,001). Living in Gaza was associated with lower odds of FC (OR 0,08, 95% CI 0,03-0,20). Trauma exposure was associated with higher odds of FC (OR 1,19, 95% CI 1,06-1,35), however only a small number of children had been exposed to traumatic...
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