According to French Public Health, sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is defined as:Unexplained death of a child under one year old, apparently occurring during sleep, which remains unexplained after post-mortem investigations including a complete autopsy and a complete review of the circumstances of death and clinical historyEvery year in France, around 400 children (often younger than 6 months) fall victim to sudden infant death syndrome – this is also referred to as ‘unexpected infant death’ (MIN).
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is a phenomenon that scientists understand better: We now know that an unsafe sleep environment is a major risk factor.
Pillows, pillows, blankets and bed bumpers … not before the age of 18 months!
Exactly: A recent study published by the American Academy of Pediatrics looked at the causes of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). American researchers studied 12,000 cases of SIDS that occurred in the United States between 2011 and 2017: First, they found that 31% of deaths were caused by suffocation (or “Potentially bottleneck) To the child. Deuzio, “Hazardous sleeping environmentsThey were involved in about 72% of cases.
What is a “hazardous sleep environment” for a child? Scientists point a finger in particular to the “soft bed” that is involved in about 75% of asphyxia cases. (…)
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