Volume 20 No 3 (2022)
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Ms. S. Sumiya, Mr. Alan V. Joseph, Mrs. Ekjot Kaur, Ms. Gunjan Kandpal, Ms. Ankita Trigunayat
It is also considered as cot death or crib death. It is the sudden and unexplained death of children especially infant. It can occur during sleep or in a sleep environment. It involves a large number of sudden and unexpected deaths of infant i.e. approximately 75-85%, it indicates a large number of infants deaths due to SIDS. Certain risk factors also make children more prone for sudden infant death syndrome. The other factors related to death of infants like infections, genetic disorders, heart problems & other problems are approximately (15-25%). There is no specific treatment for SIDS, but a number of measures have been found to be effective in prevention of SIDS.
Syndrome, SIDS, Risk factor, infant
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