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Bacteria and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Scanning electron depicts Staphylococcus aureus bacteria.  Bacteria such as this and E coli found in nearly half the babies who died of SIDS.

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Problem:

In the United States, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) remains the leading cause of death in

   infants between the ages of one month and one year.1

 

SIDS happens in families of all social, economic and ethnic groups. SIDS most often strikes infants

    between two and four months of age.1

 

It is important to remember there is no way to prevent SIDS.1

 

Since the early 1990's when parents and other caregivers began placing babies on their backs to

   sleep (Back to Sleep Campaign), the number of SIDS deaths has dropped by over 50 percent.

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Sudden Infant Death

 

 

New Findings:

● Scientist believe that common bacteria might be linked to the cause for Sudden Death Infant

   Syndrome.

 

● Allergy is a disorder of the immune system often also referred to atop.

 

● Mild allergies such as hayfever is very common and has symptoms such as allergic conjunctivitis,

   itchness, and runny nose. 

 

● Allergies can be a major role in conditions such as asthma which can be life threatening.

● Pollen, dust, dander, allergen stay airborne due to positive static energy.  Particles that are 3 micron

   and less can stay airborne more easily. (i.e. cross section of hair is typically 75 microns).

 

●  Only when the air becomes too saturated with particles do they start to fall to the ground.  At the

    saturation point the air can not hold any more particle and they fall to the ground

●  HEPA filters (paper filter), typical air purifiers, and static blade air purifier can only treat a small area

    typically only 500 sq. ft. In some cases, bacteria, mold and fungus spores are trapped inside the

    machine and can even become a breeding ground.

 

Solution:

● Air Fantastic machines emits negative charged ions that can reduce up to 99% of airborne

   particulates (pollen, dust, allergen, dander) YES! Up to 99%! . The negative ions neutralizes  the

   positively charge particles and they fall down to the ground.  The phenomenon can be witness when

   our technology is correctly installed in a smoky bar. W. Texas A&M University.

 

● Air Fantastic machines emits hydroperoxide ions that break down up to 99% of airborne microbial

  (airborne mold, airborne fungus, and bacteria).  W. Texas A&M University.

 

● Air Fantastic can typically reduce particles within 72 hours.

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The Safe Sleep Top Ten
  1. Always place a baby on his or her Back to Sleep, for naps and at night.
  2. Place a baby on a firm sleep surface, such as on a safety-approved crib mattress, covered by a fitted sheet.
  3. Keep soft objects, toys, and loose bedding out of a baby's sleep area.
  4. Do not allow smoking around a baby.
  5. Keep the baby's sleep area close to, but separate from, where you and others sleep.
  6. Think about using a clean, dry pacifier when placing an infant down to sleep. Do not force the baby to take it. When a baby breastfeeds, wait until he or she is one month old or until after breastfeeding has been established.
  7. Do not let a baby overheat during sleep.
  8. Avoid products that claim to reduce the risk of SIDS.
  9. Do not use home monitors to reduce the risk of SIDS.
  10. Reduce the chance that flat spots will develop on a baby's head by placing a baby on their tummy when he/she is awake and someone is watching.

 


 

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