Infant Deaths in Sitting Devices release_4inpsuldt5bnvcuwz4i2a33vfa

by Peter Liaw, Rachel Y. Moon, Autumn Han, Jeffrey D. Colvin

Published in Pediatrics by American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

2019   Volume 144, Issue 1, e20182576


Annually, several hundred infant deaths occur in sitting devices (eg, car safety seats [CSSs] and strollers). Although American Academy of Pediatrics guidelines discourage routine sleeping in sitting devices, little is known about factors associated with deaths in sitting devices. Our objective was to describe factors associated with sleep-related infant deaths in sitting devices.
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