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  • Kelly, P., John, S., Vincent, A. L., & Reed, P. (Archives of disease in childhood, 2015)
    Aim: To describe children referred for suspected abusive head trauma (AHT) to a hospital child protection team in Auckland, New Zealand. Methods: Comparative review of demographics, histories, injuries, investigations and ...
  • Fitzsimmons, J. (National Children's Advocacy Center, 2010)
    This workshop will provide a historical review of the admissibility of shaken baby syndrome. Current challenges to the admissibility will be discussed ad ultimately give prosecutors an understanding of the basics of ...
  • Narang, S. K., Fingarson, A., Lukefahr, J., & ABUSE, C. O. C (Pediatrics, 2020)
    Abusive head trauma (AHT) remains a significant cause of morbidity and mortality in the pediatric population, especially in young infants. In the past decade, advancements in research have refined medical understanding of ...
  • Laurent‐Vannier, A., Bernard, J. Y., & Chevignard, M. (Child Abuse Review, 2021)
    Effective prevention of abusive head trauma (AHT) requires the identification of potential perpetrators. Current evidence suggests that infant shaking, as a mechanism of AHT, produces immediate symptoms, allowing for the ...
  • National Children's Advocacy Center (National Children's Advocacy Center, 2021)
    This bibliography is a compilation of citations and abstracts to research articles, books, and reports covering a wide range of issues related to abusive head trauma/shaken baby syndrome. All publications are English ...
  • Otterman, G., & Palusci, V. J. (Child Abuse Review, 2020)
    Abusive head trauma (AHT), with its subset diagnosis shaken baby syndrome, has attracted professional interest for centuries (Caffey, 1972, 1974; Guthkelch, 1971; Helfer and Kempe, 1968; Tardieu, 1860). In the 21st ...
  • Peterson, C., Xu, L., Florence, C., & Parks, S. E. (Child Maltreatment, 2015)
    We estimated the frequency and direct medical cost from the provider perspective of U.S. hospital visits for pediatric abusive head trauma (AHT). We identified treat-and-release hospital emergency department (ED) visits ...
  • Robertson, B. D., McConnel, C. E., & Green, S. (Journal of injury and violence research, 2012)
    Background: Brain injuries are a significant public health problem, particularly among the pediatric population. Brain injuries account for a significant portion of pediatric injury deaths, and are the highest contributor ...
  • Barr, R. G., Barr, M., Rajabali, F., Humphreys, C., Pike, I., Brant, R., ... & Singhal, A. (Child Abuse & Neglect, 2018)
    Low incidence rates and economic recession have hampered interpretation of educational prevention efforts to reduce abusive head trauma (AHT). Our objective was to determine whether the British Columbia experience ...
  • Wood, J. N., French, B., Song, L., & Feudtner, C. (Pediatrics, 2015)
    Objectives: To examine variation across US hospitals in evaluation for occult fractures in (1) children <2 years old diagnosed with physical abuse and (2) infants <1 year old with injuries associated with a high likelihood ...
  • Steinbeigle, R., Barr, M., Barr, R. G., & Miller, T. R. (Child Abuse Review, 2020)
    In order to illustrate the medical and financial impact arising from the care of a severely injured victim of abusive head trauma (AHT) from incident through to adulthood, a complete review of all medical financial files ...
  • Duncea, R. M., Apostol, I., Calota, R. G., & Belis, V. (Journal of Mind and Medical Sciences, 2017)
    “Shaken baby syndrome” in child abuse cases is a challenge for pediatrician and forensic experts, often a diagnosis of exclusion, with overwhelming moral and legal implications. Diagnosis is based on: subdural bleeding, ...
  • O'Hara, Mandy A. (Journal of Injury and Violence Research, 2019)
    Bilateral skull fractures in infancy may result from accidental or abusive injury. Consultation with a child abuse pediatrician may assist with determining the likelihood of accident or abuse. Diagnostic considerations ...
  • Scheller, J., & Wester, K (Acta neurochirurgica, 2021)
    Background Criteria for diagnosing abusive head trauma (AHT) or “shaken baby syndrome” are not well defined; consequently, these conditions might be diagnosed on failing premises. Methods The authors have collected a ...
  • Peterson, C., Xu, L., Florence, C., Parks, S. E., Miller, T. R., Barr, R. G., ... & Steinbeigle, R. (Pediatrics, 2014)
    Objectives: Health consequences of shaken baby syndrome, or pediatric abusive head trauma (AHT), can be severe and long-lasting. We aimed to estimate the multiyear medical cost attributable to AHT. Methods: Using Truven ...
  • Hasbani, D. M., Topjian, A. A., Friess, S. H., Kilbaugh, T. J., Berg, R. A., Christian, C. W., ... & Abend, N. S. (Pediatric critical care medicine, 2013)
    Objective: To determine the prevalence of nonconvulsive seizures in children with abusive head trauma. Design: Retrospective study of children with abusive head trauma undergoing clinically indicated continuous ...
  • Altman, R. L., Canter, J., Patrick, P. A., Daley, N., Butt, N. K., & Brand, D. A. (Pediatrics, 2011)
    A consortium of the 19 community hospitals and 1 tertiary care children’s hospital that provide maternity care in the New York State Hudson Valley region implemented a program to teach parents about the dangers of shaking ...
  • Högberg, U., Eriksson, G., Högberg, G., & Wahlberg, Å. (PLOS ONE, 2020)
    Objectives To explore parents’ experiences of seeking health care for their children and instead being accused by healthcare professionals of Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma (SBS/AHT), being reported to Social ...
  • Hung, K. L. (Biomedical Journal, 2020)
    Abusive head trauma (AHT), used to be named shaken baby syndrome, is an injury to the skull and intracranial components of a baby or child younger than 5 years due to violent shaking and/or abrupt impact. It is a worldwide ...
  • Joyce, T., & Huecker, M. R. (StatPearls Publishing, 2018)
    Author Introduction: Pediatric abusive head trauma (AHT) most often involves brain injury of infants and young children. Another term for this condition is shaken baby syndrome (SBS). Shaking, blunt impact, or the combination ...