infant death


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Synonyms for infant death

sudden and unexpected death of an apparently healthy infant during sleep

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There is no doubt that in areas of high deprivation infant death rates are higher and this is where services need targeted resource.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) say 2,651 infant deaths were recorded in 2016 compared with 2,578 in 2015.
According to the Office of National Statistics 2,651 infant deaths were recorded in 2016 compared with 2,578 in 2015.
A perspective on neuropathologic findings in victims of the sudden infant death syndrome: the triple risk model.
Yorkshire and the Humber had 27 in 2015, whilst the same region had a total of 287 deaths of infants during the same period, so the SIDS deaths accounted for ten percent of all infant deaths.
According to the new policy statement, the AAP recommends that parents place the infant's crib, portable crib, play yard, or bassinet in their bedroom until the child's first birthday (AAP Task Force on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, 2016).
THE NUMBER OF UNEXPLAINED infant deaths in England and Wales has increased for the first time in five years.
International trends in sudden infant death syndrome: stabilization of rates requires further action.
Dr Ruth Bell and Peter Tennant, Newcastle University, UK, and colleagues from Newcastle University, and the South Tees NHS Trust, UK and Public Health England used unique sources of data from several long-standing population-based registers in the north of England to investigate the association between pre-existing diabetes and the risks of fetal and infant death in offspring without congenital anomalies.
Statistics indicate that Aboriginal babies are four-times more likely to die from sudden infant death syndrome than other infants in the province.
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) includes sudden, non-violent deaths of infants aged 1 month to 1 year.
The National Institutes of Health has expanded its "Back to Sleep" campaign to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome to encompass an sleep-related, sudden unexpected infant deaths, or SUIDs.
national campaign to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome has entered a new phase and will now encompass all sleep-related, sudden unexpected infant deaths, officials of the National Institutes of Health announced today.
Some infant deaths attributed to sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) may be vaccine-related, perhaps due to overvaccination.
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