crib death

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Synonyms for crib death

sudden and unexpected death of an apparently healthy infant during sleep

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Thus, nicotine's damage to this critical survival system may predispose the newborn to crib death, or SIDS.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has estimated that as many as 1,800 infant crib deaths each year may be attributable to soft bedding products such as comforters, pillows and sheepskin.
Earlier, there were conflicting reports on the number of crib deaths as state health officers quoted different figures.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, annual crib deaths now number fewer than sixteen.
The hospital in Malda district has been witnessing crib deaths since the beginning of this year.
The hospital, where most of the infants are brought from interiors of West Bengal, has been in the news for high crib deaths.
At times crib deaths are not only due to lack of treatment after birth, but also due to lack of care that the mother is subjected to during pregnancy," the official added.
Roy Hospital for children, a state government- run hospital which has in the recent years become infamous for crib deaths.
Srinagar, May 17 ( ANI ): Locals in Jammu and Kashmir protested here on Thursday against increasing crib deaths due to negligence of the hospital authorities.