SIDS


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SIDS

 (sĭdz)
abbr.
sudden infant death syndrome

SIDS

abbreviation for
(Pathology) sudden infant death syndrome. See cot death

SIDS

sudden infant death syndrome.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.SIDS - sudden and unexpected death of an apparently healthy infant during sleep
death - the absence of life or state of being dead; "he seemed more content in death than he had ever been in life"
sleep apnea - apnea that occurs during sleep
Translations
Kindstod

SIDS

[ˈsɪdz] n abbr (=sudden infant death syndrome) → SMSN m(= syndrome de mort subite du nourrisson)

SIDS

abbr sudden infant death syndrome. V. syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Trust offers to reduce the SIDs occurring The figure for 2016 is still down by 23 per cent compared to the 285 recorded in 2006.
The Lullaby Trust offers advice on how to reduce the chance of SIDs occurring
A study led by the University of Birmingham looked at the effects of short-term variations in air pollution, and found evidence suggesting an association between SIDS and exposure to larger particulate matter (airborne pollutants) called PM10, as well as nitrous dioxide (NO2).
Her defenders said that the numbers assumed that SIDS strikes at random, even though we had no idea back then whether that was true.
Tester, from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., and colleagues conducted whole exome sequencing and targeted analysis of 90 GHD-susceptibility genes in a cohort of 419 unrelated SIDS cases (257 male; average age 2.7 months).
[USA], Oct 31 ( ANI ): Babies who are breastfed for at least two months are at a lower risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) than the ones who aren't nursed as long, a recent study has found.
led to the identification of a new risk factor: ambient heat.5 Auger and colleagues studied the link between outdoor temperatures and incidence of SIDS over the previous 30 years.
Data released recently for 2015 show SIDS rates reached a new record low for England and Wales of 0.27 deaths per 1,000 live births.
Although cases of cot death or SIDS - the sudden and unexplained death of a baby where no cause is found - have reduced dramatically since the 1980s, it still claims the lives of around five babies every week in the UK.
SIDS deaths peak in infants between ages 2 and 4 months, and then decline, (3) with males more likely to be affected than females.