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    According to the video it talks about SIDS which is known as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It is the unexplained death, usually during sleep, of a seemingly healthy baby less than a year old. And there are multiple ways to prevent it. One way is to make sure the baby is placed in a safe sleep environment every time they are placed to sleep. Whereas, to make sure there are no stuffed animals, toys or loose bedding. Also to not over bundle the baby, where they only have on one layers of clothing preferably a one piece. And to also if they were to sleep with the parents they would need to be placed in their own bed not the parents, but next to their. If placed in the parents bed there could be a risk of overlay and also problems of entrapment.…

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    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, or SIDS, is defined as a child who has died in their sleep due to an unexplained circumstance. In the United States, the Safe to Sleep Campaign, formerly known as the Back to Sleep Campaign, was founded with the intention of bringing awareness to SIDS rates in the nation and offers preventative methods and suggestions. Some of these interventions include placing the infant on their backs while they sleep, removing objects from the sleeping area, parental avoidance…

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    Sudden infant death syndrome is when an infant, under the age of one, dies during the night from an unexplained cause. It is rare for SIDS to occur within the first month, chances are higher around 2-4 months of age. There are no signs of infant distress in most cases and many mothers have stated that the infant feeds right before being laid down. It is only diagnosed after reviewing the infants’ clinical history and a complete autopsy examination is done excluding all other causes of death.…

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    clearly shown the need for parental supervision. Unlike some animals which can self-sufficient themselves from an early age, a human infant cannot survive on its own once it is out in the world. They require care and supervision to an extend time until they are ready to self-sufficient on its own. From the beginning of the human existence, mothers and infants shared a close physical contact, even during their sleep. The mother would provide warmth, nutrition, and protection to the infant for…

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    Introduction The most common cause of death in infants up to a year old is sudden infant death syndrome (Meadows-Oliver & Hendrie, 2013). Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the unexpected death of an infant from one month to twelve months of age that cannot be explained even after a thorough investigation (Schnitzer, Covington & Dykstra, 2012). Although the death cannot always be explained, most SIDS cases are believed to be a result of accidental suffocation. Common causes include…

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    What is SIDS? The center for disease control states, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is defined as the sudden death of an infant less than one year of age that cannot be explained after a thorough investigation is conducted that includes a complete autopsy, examination of the death scene, and review of the clinical history. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is the third leading cause of infant mortality in the United States and the leading cause of death among infants aged one through twelve…

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    Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) refers to the unforeseen and sudden death of a infant who is less than year with the autopsy, review of clinical history and death scene investigation failing to indicate any reasonable cause of death. Toddlers are often at the highest risk of SIDS when sleeping, and SIDS is sometimes known as cot or crib death (Hunt, 2007). The underlying cause of SIDS is a mystery although research has identified a number of characteristics and trends linked to the syndrome.…

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    SUDDEN INFANT DEATH SYNDROME: THE INFORMATION PARENTS NEED TO HELP PREVENT PREMATURE INFANT MORTALITY United States Navy (HN) Millard, Jacob 9APR17 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome remains the leading cause of death in seemingly healthy babies under the age of one year. Research shows that risk factors for sudden and unexpected infant mortality may include brain abnormalities, the position of the baby as it sleeps, premature or low birthrate and the mother smoking while pregnant. It is every…

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    There is no way to indicate that infants might have a birth defect or other health problems. By understanding common infant health conditions and ways to prevent them may decrease the risk of having a baby born with medical issues. Birth defects usually cannot be discovered until after birth. This is why it is so important for mothers’ to really take in account that they need to take care of themselves while pregnant. In some occasions you can discover infants medical conditions prenatally. In…

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    their child, but some matters have strong arguments supporting both opposing sides of the spectrum. How does one determine which is the overall better option? For example, an ongoing disputed issue includes whether or not it is beneficial for one to share a bed with their infant or place them in a crib to sleep alone. One side argues that co-sleeping with an infant puts them at a higher risk for death, while another viewpoint argues that it creates a better bonding opportunity between a child…

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