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Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Post-Test
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This training fulfills the requirements for the Sudden Unexpected Infant Death training required prior to your initial license being issues. It must be re-taken every five years. Your licensor will review your submission.
Q1. In a typical year in Hennepin County, how many infant deaths occur in an unsafe sleep environment?
Q2. The majority of infant deaths due to unsafe sleeping environments occur in the infant's crib.
Q3. In order to create a safe sleep environment for infants, which of the following guidelines should be followed.
The child should be alone in the crib
Crib bumpers should be used to prevent the infant from injuring themselves during sleep
Make sure the infant is warm enough by covering them with a blanket
The child should be placed in a government approved crib
The child should be placed face-up in their crib
Place the child in the sleeping position in which they seem most comfortable
Q4. Experts recommend that the infant should sleep in the same room as the caregivers, but not in the same bed.
Q5. Which of the following types of sleep surfaces are safe for an infant?
An adult mattress with the sheet pulled tightly across the mattress
A car seat
A firm sleep surface in a crib
Q6. An infant's mouth must be covered in order to suffocate on a soft sleep surface.
Q7. Which of the following are dangers of sharing an adult bed with an infant?
Rolling over on the child
Inadvertently placing an arm or leg on the child, inhibiting the infant's breathing
Babies becoming wedged between the wall and bed
Soft sleeping surfaces that may cause suffocation
All of the above
Q8. As many as 80-90% of Sudden Unexpected Infant Death cases in the USA are the result of unsafe sleep practices.
Q9. Which of the following statements is NOT correct?
Use tummy time for play
It is okay to sleep a baby on their tummy if the parent approves of the sleeping situation
Positioning products, such as rolled blankets or wedge devices, should not be used
A baby who usually sleeps on their back should never be placed on their tummy to sleep
Q10. Which of the following items are safe to have in an infant's crib?
Loose fitting sheets
None of the above
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