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Abusive Head Trauma Post-Test
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This post-test fulfills the requirements for the Abusive Head Trauma training. This training must be re-taken every five years. Your licensor will review your submission.
Q1. How many hours a day may a normal, healthy baby cry each day?
Q2. What is the number one reason babies are shaken or hurt by their caregivers?
Q3. Abusive Head Trauma is cause by which of the following?
Age appropriate play
Direct blows to the head
Throwing a child
Q4. Name four ways that a baby can be injured from shaking.
Q5. Name three ways to soothe a crying baby.
Q6. A single shake may cause brain damage in an infant.
Q7. Abusive Head Trauma only applies to infants.
Q8. Infants are believed to be particularly susceptible to Abusive Head Trauma because of their relatively large and heavy head and underdeveloped neck muscles.
Q9. Name a common trigger that caregivers experience that leads to Abusive Head Trauma.
Q10. Abusive Head Trauma is preventable.
Q11. Activities that cause Abusive Head Trauma include tossing a child into the air or jogging with a child in a backpack.
Q12. Name three strategies a caregiver can use to cope with a crying baby.
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