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Figure 1: Impact of pattern of storage pressure in two hypothetical children 8 years old on clean intermittent catheterization and antimuscarinics with reduced compliance and a history of urinary incontinence. Child 1 has an average clean intermittent catheterization volume of 200 ml, a detrusor leak point of 30 cm H2O and high storage pressures at 100 ml fill volume. Child 2 has an average clean intermittent catheterization volume of 250 ml, a detrusor leak point of 50 cm H2O but storage pressures remain low till about 350 ml. Interpretation: The second child is likely to be safe in the long run but the first child needs escalation of therapy

Figure 1: Impact of pattern of storage pressure in two hypothetical children 8 years old on clean intermittent catheterization and antimuscarinics with reduced compliance and a history of urinary incontinence. Child 1 has an average clean intermittent catheterization volume of 200 ml, a detrusor leak point of 30 cm H<sub>2</sub>O and high storage pressures at 100 ml fill volume. Child 2 has an average clean intermittent catheterization volume of 250 ml, a detrusor leak point of 50 cm H<sub>2</sub>O but storage pressures remain low till about 350 ml. Interpretation: The second child is likely to be safe in the long run but the first child needs escalation of therapy