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Learn more about Shaken baby syndrome (SBS)

Content updated on Sep 16, 2022

What is shaken baby syndrome (SBS)?

Shaken baby syndrome (SBS) is a type of brain injury that occurs when a baby or a toddler is shaken violently. It destroys a child's brain cells and prevents his or her brain from getting enough oxygen.

Treatment for shaken baby syndrome (SBS)

Emergency treatment for a child who has been shaken may include breathing support and surgery to stop bleeding in the brain. Some children may require medications to reduce brain swelling and prevent seizures.

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