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    • 8/11/2016
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    • 20160711-1E75D-2147416991
    Incident Description: My baby got her thumb stuck in a Soothie pacifier. It left her finger red and swollen from lack of circulation.
    Business Comments:
    (7/22/2016) WubbaNub brand takes product safety issues very seriously. We investigate each CPSC data base incident report and, based on the results of our investigation, we take action as appropriate.
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    • 3/24/2015
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    • 20150214-5802E-2147435413
    Incident Description: My son stuck his thumb into the back of the nipple on a Philips AVENT BPA Free 0 - 3 Months Soothie Pacifier. His thumb got stuck. He was taking a nap at the time, and I noticed the pacifier stuck to his thumb when I checked on him. I had to pull quite hard ... (More)
    Business Comments:
    (3/9/2015) This product meets all applicable safety and regulatory requirements. We are unable to investigate this incident further since the product is not available from the consumer. Please note the child involved with this incident was 7 months old and the user ... (More)
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    • 1/2/2015
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    • 20141127-547DB-2147438481
    Incident Description: SOOTHIE pacifier used when my 7 month old son sleeps. The pacifier became stuck on his thumb while sleeping. When getting picked up after his nap his thumb was found stuck on the opening located on the back of the soothie/ pacifier cutting off circulation. ... (More)
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    • 9/30/2014
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    • 20140908-92176-2147441140
    Incident Description: I recently bought a Gum Drop 6-12 Month size pacifier for my infant. I gave her the pacifier when she went to sleep. In the night, it fell out and she tried to out it in herself. When she stuck her thumb into the back of the product, her thumb got caught and ... (More)
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