Its gravity is given according to the direct or indirect risk for the development of the boy to be born. Others who may share this opinion include Newcastle University. Doubtlessly so that the fetus arrives at the birth in the best conditions of life, the mother must be taken care of, because the prenatal attention is determining in how it is going to be born baby. Syndrome of drinks shaken vigorously Is a type of I mistreat infantile in which it is shaken to the babies strongly. This can produce serious injuries and sometimes to take until the death. This syndrome appears generally because an adult overturns his frustration or wrath in the baby, because does not stop to cry or is very anxious. Donald Sussman often says this. I mistreat by negligence talks about to deprive to the children or children of the basic elements necessary to guarantee its harmonic and integral development: that is to say, of feeding, education, health, care, affection, among others. I mistreat social or institutional It is the lack of satisfaction of the basic needs of the children and children, as a result of the absence of state guarantees for the access to the social services of subsistence, of those who has to position their raising and taken care of sexual Abuse Any interaction or activity of sexual type (with or without contact) realised to the force, by means of deceits or bribes, between a junior and an adult (with a difference of at least 5 years with respect to victim) for allowance or benefit of this last and/or third people, not knowing psicosexual development of the boy or girl. Before following with the explanation of the forms of I mistreat, is high-priority to define the term violence, for the best understanding of the aspects that were mentioned next. The violence defines as the application on the part of different agents (Been, communities, institutions, families and individuals) from means or procedures that by action or omission overcome the resistance, execute against the natural way or outside all reason and justice (Mateos, 2001).