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children's bed rail
Furniture, Furnishings & Decorations
Bedroom, Bedding & Bath
Bed Rails (4075)
The respondent saw a 23 month female, who had been injured.

The baby was stuck in between the bed and the rail. The child was not moving and appeared to be limp. The mother removed the baby and took her directly to Seattle Children's ER. The ER staff checked the baby and she appeared to regain her normal breathing, by the time she arrived to the hospital. However, baby also sustained abrasions on her back and neck. The respondent believes that the injuries may heal on their own.

The respondent said that the mother heard the baby crying and when she checked on her, she discovered that she was trapped.

The ER physicians were worried because the scars to the neck appeared to be similar to strangulation and they can sometimes get worse. However, the baby appeared to be okay when they released her.

The respondent looked at the product description on-line and it stated that it was intended for children ages 2 - 5 years old.
Injury→Injury, Seen by Medical Professional
0 years 1 months
The respondent doesn't have the product but the consumers may.

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