By Cara Murez
THURSDAY, June 8, 2023 (HealthDay Information) — After two extra toddler deaths, the U.S. Client Product Security Fee (CPSC) is urging dad and mom and caregivers to cease utilizing recalled Boppy New child Loungers, which at the moment are linked to 10 deaths in all.
The loungers have been recalled in September 2021 due to eight child deaths. A further two deaths have been reported because the recall, the fee mentioned Wednesday.
The recall contains Boppy Unique New child Loungers, Boppy Most popular New child Loungers, and Pottery Barn Youngsters Boppy New child Loungers. They’re made by the Boppy Firm of Golden, Colo.
Infants can suffocate in the event that they roll, transfer or are positioned on the lounger able that obstructs their respiration.
In a single loss of life, in October 2021, the toddler was placed on the lounger for sleep and rolled beneath a close-by grownup pillow. The reason for loss of life was positional asphyxia, or suffocation.
In November 2021, an toddler was positioned on a New child Lounger in an grownup mattress with a father or mother and delicate bedding. That child was later discovered lifeless on the lounger. The reason for loss of life was undetermined.
It’s unlawful to supply on the market or to donate a product that has been recalled by the CPSC. The CPSC has urged on-line marketplaces to cease itemizing these merchandise on the market.
Shoppers can contact the Boppy Firm to get directions for disposing of the lounger and to get a refund.
Name the corporate at 800-416-1355 from 9 a.m. to five p.m. ET Monday by means of Friday or log on to www.boppy.com and click on “Product Remembers” for extra info.
The perfect place for a child to sleep is on a agency, flat floor in a crib, bassinet or play yard. By no means add blankets, pillows, padded crib bumpers or different gadgets to an toddler’s sleeping surroundings. Infants ought to all the time be positioned to sleep on their backs, the CPSC suggested.
The American Academy of Pediatrics has info on secure sleep.
SOURCE: U.S. Client Product Security Fee, information launch, June 6, 2023