“Signs Of Infantile Spasms” – A YouTube Video For Parents

In this post, I link to and embed Signs Of Infantile Spasms. Nov 30, 2020:

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Infantile Spasms (IS) are a medical emergency. Infantile Spasms are a rare, but serious type of seizure, occurring in 1 in 2,000 children, which can cause catastrophic, permanent damage to a child’s developing brain. The seizures include repetitive, but often subtle movements — including jerking of the mid-section, dropping of the head, raising of the arms or wide-eyed blinks. We’re raising awareness about Infantile Spasms in hopes of a brighter future. Know the signs to ‘STOP’ Infantile Spasms: S – see the signs T – take a video O – obtain a diagnosis P – prioritize treatment Learn more about Infantile Spasms here: https://infantilespasms.org/

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