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7 Signs And Symptoms Of Shaken Baby Syndrome

Parental anxieties & frustrations can at times land on infants. It is important for you to know how much is too much. Lets talk about shaken baby syndrome, a topic every parent should kno

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Shaken Baby Syndrome::: causes intentional head trauma in infants... young parents with no social support are the most common presenters... baby will have a history that doesn't make sense... the baby will be listless and respond minimally to pain... look for RETINAL HEMORRHAGES on physical exam... the first test to do would be a heat CT to look for subdural hematoma

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Mom Shares Story Of Daughter With Shaken Baby Syndrome To Help Other Parents

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'Shaken Baby Syndrome': Those Who Survive Are 'Horribly Afflicted'

Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS) is a condition where an infant or child suffers the consequences of extreme abuse from the hands of an adult caregiver.

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Shaken Baby Syndrome

Shaken baby syndrome represents a type of damage caused to the brain that happens when a child is shaken violently. Trembling can cause bleeding in the brain (subdural hemorrhages) or blood loss in...

A new film exposing the corruption behind much of the Shaken Baby Syndrome diagnosis used to remove children from the custody of their parents, and in some cases put parents behind bars, is currently making its way through the film festival circuit. The Syndrome is an explosive documentary following the crusade of a group of doctors, scientists, and legal scholars who have uncovered that “Shaken Baby Syndrome,” a child abuse theory responsible for hundreds of prosecutions each year in the…

Share the Love - Help Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome! "Announcing "Share the Love" - a fundraising campaign for the Epilepsy Association of Central Florida's shaken baby awareness campaign. Shaken Baby Impact Syndrome (SBIS) is one of the leading causes of infant deaths and acquired forms of epilepsy...."