IF YOU SUSPECT

INFANTILE
SPASMS

EVERY DAY MATTERS
  • Don’t settle for an appointment weeks away
  • Don’t settle for “It’s reflux”
  • An EEG* is the only way to know

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Delays to diagnosis of more than 7 days increase life-long developmental impairment
Only 3 out of 10 parents get their child evaluated within 1 week
of seeing the spasms

Recognize &
take action today

If you see any of these symptoms

Take a video of your child having spasms and get to your pediatrician ASAP. If you are not able to see your pediatrician within a day, take your baby and the video to the nearest emergency department that treats children.

Recognize infantile spasms

Watch videos of infants experiencing infantile spasms and become familiar with what infantile spasms look like.

Recognize symptoms

Take action today

If you suspect infantile spasms, take video of your baby’s spasms and see the pediatrician ASAP—or go to the emergency department.

Learn what to do

EEG=electroencephalogram. An EEG is used to measure brain activity. Any abnormal brain activity is seen on an EEG.

Every day matters
for your baby

Early diagnosis and treatment are critical
to better developmental outcomes.

Every day matters
for your baby

Early diagnosis and treatment are critical
to better developmental outcomes.