Latest Asphyxia Stories
Brain damage due to birth asphyxia – where the brain is starved of oxygen around the time of delivery – is normally treated by cooling the infant, but this only helps one baby in nine.
Nineteen century infant deaths attributed to smothering and overlaying were in all likelihood Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, a U.S. researcher said. Dr.
Study suggests tragic 19th century infant deaths mislabeled as neglect and infanticide were in fact crib deaths
- totally perplexed and mixed up.