- •A systematic review of safe sleep studies for pediatric inpatient settings.
- •Safe sleep guidelines for implementation pediatric intensive care unit settings.
- •Safe sleep algorithm for medically complex infants.
- •Reduction of sudden infant death syndrome following pediatric hospitalization.
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