Potential for Preventing Infant Death During Sleep May Be Underrealized


Sleep-associated deaths are the leading cause of infant death in Arizona-and that state is the source of new information, presented at the 2005 Pediatric Academic Societies Annual Meeting, suggesting that most deaths attributable to SIDS, suffocation, and asphyxiation may be preventable.

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