Muertes infantiles relacionadas con el sueño | 16 AGO 22

Recomendaciones actualizadas de 2022 para reducir las muertes infantiles en el entorno del sueño

Actualización de recomendaciones sobre sueño seguro para reducir las muertes infantiles relacionadas con el sueño
Autor/a: Rachel Y. Moon, MD, Rebecca F. Carlin, Ivan Hand Pediatrics. 2022;150(1)
INDICE:  1. Texto principal | 2. Referencia bibliográfica
Referencia bibliográfica

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