Marie leaves her five-month-old baby, Denise, with a baby sitter on weekdays. Denise has been unwell and cranky for a few days.
On Thursday, Marie rushed home after getting a call from the baby sitter, who sounded very scared. Marie found Denise unresponsive and her pulse was very feeble. What could be a possible reason for this? A. mental r*tardation
B. shaken baby syndrome
C. sudden infant death syndrome
D. attention-deficit hyperactive disorder
Denise, who is five month old baby is been looked after be a baby sitter as her mother, Marie has to work on the weekends. But Denise is reported to be unwell and cranky for a last few days. And Marie arrives home after getting a call from the baby sitter she found her child unresponsive and pulse was also very feeble. This might be because of the reason that Denise was not well for the last few days and she was suffering from sickness. The baby sitter might not be aware of her health and did not pay much attention to her or taken care of her. Due to the illness she might not have eaten any food or drink any milk or liquid which resulted in dehydration in Denise. So she fainted and was unresponsive.
its d or b but im pretty sure its d because shaken syndrome is non stop shaking but it should not cause unresponsiveness its not a because that should not cause it either its not c the baby's heart is still beating and its not e because autism is a performance disorder meaning learning wise growth wise other things like that so im pretty sure its d
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