1. Over the past several years, the AAP has expanded its recommendations on safe infant sleeping
environments to focus not only on SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), but also on:

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2. To reduce the risk of SIDS, an infant should be placed in what position for every sleep (naps and
nighttime sleeps)?

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3. Research has shown that the risk of suffocation among infants in adult beds is how many times
higher than the risk of suffocation if the child sleeps on his or her own sleep surface?

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4. Which demographic factor is most associated with the use of hazardous bedding in an infant
sleep environment?

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5. In a recent study, 2/3 of children who were found dead in a sitting or carrying device were
found in a:

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6. The most common object found in a sleep environment of an infant who died of sleep-related
causes was a:

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7. Which of the following disease states can be caused or worsened by improper swaddling?

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8. The proportion of women who smoke during pregnancy is highest in which population?

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9. Studies have shown that breastfeeding for any duration and any extent reduces the risk of SIDS
by approximately how much?

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10. Besides potentially reducing the risk of SIDS, pacifier use may be used for which of the

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11. A recent study showed that many infants are in an unsafe sleep environment while the hospital,
primarily due to which reason?

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12. Please enter your name:

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