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Wonder Bumpers are THE SAFEST option for your baby

BRIEFING FROM CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION STATES THAT DEATHS COULD HAVE BEEN AVOIDED HAD VERTICAL CRIB LINERS BEEN USED.

 A Sept. 9, 2016  CPSC Staff Response to the Record of Commission Action on Crib Bumpers concluded a number of findings highlighting the safety of vertical crib liners, ie, Wonder Bumpers. In a representative sampling of  infants deaths caused by traditional crib bumpers, where sufficient information was obtained. all the deaths could have been avoided with the use of vertical crib liners. ONLY HALF of the deaths could have been avoided with use of a mesh liner.

TRADITIONAL CRIB BUMPERS ARE BANNED IN CHICAGO, MARYLAND AND SOON IN NEW YORK, MISSOURI AND OHIO. WONDER BUMPERS ARE EXEMPT.

Traditional crib bumpers have caused 283 deaths or near-deaths by suffocation, strangulation or asphyxiation - and there is no doubt that is an under-count.*

The triple rise in deaths in past years caused by traditional crib bumpers also means that 25 babies are currently being killed or almost-killed every year.

Without a recall, 2 babies will likely die every month from a traditional crib bumper. That is more than any other previous recalled product.The Consumer Product Safety Commission has initiated a national review on fatal crib bumper incidents.

The American Academy of Pediatrics, Center for Disease Control & Prevention, the National Institute of Health and Healtch Canada all advise against their use.

                                                                                   

*Study found infants in similar positions. The horizontal nature of the bumpers makes it dangerous, thick or thin.

“These bans are critical to ensuring safer sleep environments for infants,” says Austin, Texas Pediatrician Melinda Holliday. “I hope other states or the federal government follow Maryland’s lead.  It’s a great victory in this on-going effort to educate; however,  we also need to inform parents of safe alternatives, like vertical crib liners, and ensure retailers are accountable to this new law.”

Because of their innovative, vertical design, Vertical Crib Liners are doctor-approved and safe to sell and use everywhere. Vertical crib liners were recently cited in the Journal of Pediatrics as a safe alternative to dangerous traditional crib bumpers in the above-mentioned 2016 Study.

The CEO of First Candle, SIDS Alliance, Alison Jacobsen, endorses Wonder Bumpers as a safe alternative to traditional bedding.

Journal of Pediatrics Home   *Crib Bumpers Continue to Cause Infant Deaths: A Need for a New Preventive Approach, Journal of Peditrics 10/16

 



FORMERLY KNOWN AS WONDER BUMPERS, VERTICAL CRIB LINERS THAT WRAP AROUND EACH CRIB RAIL INDIVIDUALLY
They are scientifically proven to be safe and have been subjected to 3rd party clinical studies, plus medical evaluations by US leading infant pulmonary experts.  Studies determined airflow in a crib with Vertical Crib Liners is comparable to one with no crib bumper, and alleviate any risk of suffocation normally found with traditional crib bedding. The added benefit of heightened, sleek, vertical padding also protects babies’ heads and bodies from injury.

“We applaud Maryland and the city of Chicago for their decision and for thoroughly evaluating other crib bumper options. We are pleased with their findings that vertical crib liners (AKA Wonder Bumpers) are a safe alternative and not included in the ban,” says GoMamaGo Designs owner, Georgia Fiebrich.

Go Mama Go Designs was started by moms armed with a mission to save babies’ lives.  We strongly support educating parents about safe sleep for their children and offer a safe bedding alternative.

 
Third Party Scientific Study proves Vertical Crib Liners safe. Click here for the results. Click here for more informational videos.

 

 Click the Images Below to Read Other Important Articles Regarding Crib Safety

WSJUSA TodayTime Magazine

 
    Carbon Dioxide Dispersion Assessment
    United States Consumer Products Safety Commission Study
    Journal of Pediatrics - Deaths and Injuries Attributed to Infant Crib Bumper Pads
    American Academy of Pediatrics - Crib-related Injuries Average 26 per Day
    CPSC DATA ON BUMPER PAD FATALITIES

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