Parents Warned to Stop Using ALL infant Inclined Sleepers Due to Deaths
THE UNITED STATES – August 3, 2020 – According to an online news report on MSN.com, safety experts are issuing another severe warning to parents regarding all infant inclined sleepers, no matter which brand they purchased. A group of safety advocate groups who monitor the safety of consumer products designed for children issued a serious notice advising all caregivers and parents to stop using infant inclined sleepers. The well-known Fisher-Price Rock N’ Play recall had many parents feeling their other brand sleepers were safe. However, the infant inclined sleeper recall was expanded to include over 165,000 infant inclined sleepers.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), along with Graco, Summer Infant, Delta Children, and Evenflo, got together to assist in the prevention of suffocation deaths that may happen when a baby is placed in an infant inclined sleeper. In a joint statement, the safety coalition said that parents and caregivers need to stop using any infant inclined sleeper due to the serious risk of your child not being able to breathe. The manufacturers are offering full refunds on their company websites. The coalition stated that all online sellers and retailers must stop selling all makes and models of infant inclined sleepers. The coalition stated that many of the sleepers had not been recalled yet, and therefore, all of the manufacturers, along with the CPSC must work together to have these products pulled off the market immediately.
The American Academy of Pediatrics, the CPSC, safety advocacy groups for babies and children agree that infants are safer when sleeping on a flat, firm surface without extra bedding. Also, all infant inclined sleepers and accessories are in conflict with this important safety advice.
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