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A perspective on SIDS pathogenesis. The hypotheses: plausibility and evidence

Paul N Goldwater

BMC Medicine 2011, 9:64  doi:10.1186/1741-7015-9-64

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Paul Nathan Goldwater   (2011-07-01 11:01)  SA Pathology and University of Adelaide email

In the list of Post-natal risks the following words should be deleted for dot point Prone sleep position: "(lying on the stomach, see sleep positioning below)"

In the list of Post-natal risks dot point Infant's age: reference "[140]" should be "www.wonder.cdc.gov" and "[Wikipedia 2010]" should be added.

In the list of Post-natal risks dot point Probable anemia should read "Probable anemia [130,141] (haemoglobin cannot be accurately or meaningfully measured post mortem)"

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