Table of Contents, Bed Sharing and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Physiology, Epidemiology and Public Health Perspectives, Pulsus Group Inc
PAEDIATRICS & CHILD HEALTH
Canadian Paediatric Society (CPS)
 
 
Bed Sharing and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Physiology, Epidemiology and Public Health Perspectives
Table of Contents May/June 2006, Volume 11, Supplement SA     
Editorial
Introduction
 
Chapter 1: Physiological Responses During Sleep
Safe sleeping promotes protective arousal responses
 
Chapter 2: Physiological Responses During Sleep
The importance of mother-baby interactions in determining nighttime thermal conditions for sleeping infants: Observations from the home and the sleep laboratory
 
Chapter 3: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Overview of the six epidemiological studies of risks of sudden infant death syndrome associated with bed sharing and the methodology used
 
Chapter 4: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Who cosleeps? Does high maternal body weight and duvet use increase the risk of sudden infant death syndrome when bed sharing?
 
Chapter 5: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Bed sharing and sudden infant death syndrome in a largely African-American population
 
Chapter 6: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Bed sharing and sudden infant death syndrome: Irish case-control study
 
Chapter 7: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Bed sharing and sudden infant death syndrome in Scotland
 
Chapter 8: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
The hazards of bed sharing
 
Chapter 9: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Sudden infant death syndrome epidemiology and bed sharing
 
Chapter 10: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Overview of epidemiological studies on the risks of sudden infant death syndrome associated with bed sharing: Summary and conclusions
 
Chapter 11: Bed Sharing and SIDS: The Case-Control Studies
Bed sharing and sudden infant death syndrome: Do we have a definition problem?
 
Chapter 12: Ongoing Research
Chapter 12: Sleeping arrangements and feeding practices of high- and low-risk mothers: Preliminary observations and implications for sudden infant death syndrome prevention
 
Chapter 13: Ongoing Research
Designing future sudden infant death syndrome studies
 
Chapter 14: Ongoing Research
Bed sharing on the postnatal ward: Breastfeeding and infant sleep safety
 
Chapter 15: International Perspectives on Bed Sharing
1. Bed sharing on the postnatal ward: Breastfeeding and infant sleep safety
2. The circumstances in which cosleeping puts the infant at risk
3. Bed sharing research: Where are we headed
4. Assessing trade-offs between potential benefits and risks of increased nighttime contact between mothers and infants
 
Chapter 16: Summary and Recommendations
Putting sudden infant death syndrome research into practice: Paediatricians' perspective
 
Chapter 17: Summary and Recommendations
Sudden infant death syndrome and safe sleeping environments: A Canadian perspective
 
Chapter 18: Summary and Recommendations
Perspectives on research and public health campaigns in Canada
 
          
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