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SIDSSudden Infant Death Syndrome
SIDSSmall Island Developing States (sometimes seen as SIDs)
SIDSSarakup Indu Dayak Sarawak (women's wing; Sarawak Dayak National Union; Malaysia)
SIDSSimian Immunodeficiency Syndrome
SIDSScreening Information Data Sets
SIDSSecondary Imagery Dissemination System
SIDSStellar Inertial Doppler System
SIDSSecure Intrusion Detection System (Cisco)
SIDSStandard Interoperable Datalink System
SIDSSide Impact Detection System (automobiles)
SIDSStanding in Doorways Syndrome
SIDSSoftware Integrity Diagnosis System
SIDSSHRIKE Improved Display System
SIDSStandard Implementation Documentation System
SIDSSensor Interface Data System
SIDSShip's Installation Drawings
SIDSSensor Integration & Display System
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Risky Behaviors of Mothers with Infants on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome in Turkey.
Major epidemiological changes in sudden infant death syndrome: a 20-year population-based study in the UK.
Babies sleeping with parents: Case-control study of factors influencing the risk of the sudden infant death syndrome. British Medical Journal, 379(7223), 1457-1461.
Sudden unexpected infant death and sudden infant death syndrome. Updated May 11, 2015.
Sudden infant death syndrome and residential altitude, David Katz et al., Pediatrics, doi: 10.1542/peds.2014-2697
Sudden infant death syndrome. Am Fam Physician 91(11)778-783 (2015), PMID 26034855.
EXPERT: TRAGEDY POINTS TO COT DEATH A ROYAL Stoke University Hospital expert says an inconclusive port-mortem examination result in the case of babies points to cot death, or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
ISLAMABAD -- Research shows that those who suffer from epilepsy and sleep on their stomach may be at higher risk of sudden unexpected death, drawing a parallel to sudden infant death syndrome in babies.
According to the ONS figures, the total number of unexplained infant deaths (sometimes referred to as "cot deaths" or SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome) in Wales in 2012 was 13 while in 2004 the figure was more than double at 28.
Where you live may influence the risks of your infant dying from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) includes sudden, non-violent deaths of infants aged 1 month to 1 year.
The National Institutes of Health has expanded its "Back to Sleep" campaign to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome to encompass an sleep-related, sudden unexpected infant deaths, or SUIDs.
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