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Avoiding Infant Sleep Positioners

Avoiding sleep positionersInfant sleep positioners — used to keep infants on their backs or sides — are dangerous and should not be used. Infants can suffocate in a sleep positioner, or become trapped between it and the side of a crib or bassinet.

Learn more about how you can avoid sleep positioners at Seattle Children's...

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