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Sudden infant death syndrome: A proposed discovery


, : Sudden infant death syndrome: A proposed discovery. Medical Hypotheses 49(2): 177-179

Sudden cardiac death is a leading cause of fatality in the industrially developed world. Sudden infant death syndrome, has not hitherto been regarded as the same disease. However, the 55% reduction in the recorded rate of death from sudden infant death syndrome following the removal of stress-related problems caused by babies sleeping on their stomachs and overheating from tight and heavy clothing has, I propose, revealed that the babies may be dying from a similar stress-related cause, which can be prevented.

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PMID: 9278932

DOI: 10.1016/s0306-9877(97)90225-5


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