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Social media posts present a number of inaccurate claims linking childhood vaccines և Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). But medical experts say that vaccines do not cause sudden death in children, and this evidence shows that children with lower SIDS rates receive the recommended shots.
The medical understanding of SIDS, the sudden death of a relatively healthy baby, generally remains incomplete during sleep. But the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Philadelphia Children’s Hospital say studies show that vaccines rarely cause the syndrome.
Below, AFP Evidence Examines various allegations of SIDS և vaccines.
“SIDS has always been VIDS,” says 2021. In a June 14 Facebook post, he posted a screenshot of a tweet shortening “Vaccine Death Syndrome in Vaccines.”
“Everyone knows a family that lost a perfectly healthy child due to SIDS – a mysterious pediatric death without medical reasons. Now look around you. How many perfectly healthy adults die right after getting the vaccine? 2 + 2 = »: says June 13 tweet:Comparison of SIDS deaths with և Covid-19 shooting deaths և.
AFP has denied many false or misleading allegations linking the Covid-19 vaccine to death.
But children’s vaccines և Covid-19 shots are not comparable.
Vaccination schedule in the United States at two to four months of age, when the newborn is most at risk for SIDS, prevents diseases including hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, measles, and polio.
Conversely, Covid-19 shots protect against disease caused by the new coronavirus and are currently not recommended for children under 12 years of age.
The Mayo Clinic, National Pediatric իան American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), says immunization of newborns may be associated with an increased risk of SIDS.
Dr. Rachel Moon, chair of the SAP AAP Working Group, said that although there is a high risk of SIDS հաճախ in the frequency of infant vaccinations, “many studies have examined this relationship and found that there is no causal relationship between that it’s a coincidence in time. “
“There is no risk of SIDS when getting vaccines. In fact, studies show that vaccinated children are at lower risk for SIDS. This may be because if you have been ill recently, you are more likely to die of AIDS. “Vaccinated children are less likely to get sick for many reasons,” he added.
Robert Jacobson, a pediatrician at the Mayo Clinic, agreed. “If anything, we see vaccinated infants with lower infant mortality rates than those who were vaccinated before vaccination,” he said.
Although this reduction may not be directly due to vaccines, “there is no evidence that any vaccine actually increases the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome,” he said.
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Social media reports circulating in 2020 claim that the reduction in vaccines, which has led to measures to prevent the spread of Covid-19, has led to a reduction in the incidence of SIDS.
“One of the many lessons of the epidemic. Fewer visits to the pediatrician visits Visits զանգված Unexplained massive decline in dying children. July 20, 2020 Facebook post:
A Twitter spokesman said: account: The spread message has now been suspended from Twitter for “coordinated malicious activity” that could include the dissemination of medical misinformation.
Robert Anderson, head of the CDC National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), said the data did not indicate a “massive” decline in SIDS or child mortality in general in 2020. For the first semester.
In fact, the annual number of infant deaths attributed to SIDS ending in the second half of 2019 is equal to the sum of the first half of 2020 – less than 34,000 live births.
Anderson noted that the 2020 figures could be “slightly underestimated” as “eventually deaths attributed to SIDS (or similar terminology) are delayed because they usually require a lengthy investigation.”
False claims about the link between childhood vaccines and SIDS still precede Covid-19.
Some social media accounts cite a study by Dr. William Torch to claim that vaccines cause SIDS, but in 1982
The significant decline in the US in the 1990s is attributed to the Return to Sleep program, which instructs parents on how to put their children to bed safely.
Placing babies on their backs on a solid surface without other items, such as toys or blankets, in a room with a parent is all a way to reduce the risk of SIDS.
SIDS Japan in Aponia
Other officials praised Japan’s decision to end vaccination of children under the age of two in 1994, claiming that the country had seen a 96 percent drop in infant mortality rates.
While it is true that children in Japan Aponia are particularly healthy by international standards, they are also one of the most vaccinated people in the world.
The Japanese vaccine schedule is similar to the US schedule. Lots of shots for two- to four-month-olds.
Japanese aponia legislation was indeed amended in 1994 to make vaccination more of a civil debt than a strictly legal obligation, but in practice schools ask for the vaccination history of children as they apply.
The vaccine law states that all citizens “should try to get the usual vaccines” against “Class A diseases” such as measles, mumps, rubella and tetanus.
Although there are no penalties for not vaccinating children, vaccination rates are very high, often reaching 100% of the population for certain diseases, according to the Ministry of Health of Aponia.
The data show that SIDS rates in ID aponia really did rise around 1995 after the law was changed, but declined in later years.
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