Infant Safe Sleep

From the Show: Healthy Children
Summary: Keep your infant safe while sleeping.
Air Date: 3/3/20
Duration: 17:16
Host: Melanie Cole, MS
Guest Bio: Elizabeth Murray, DO, FAAP
Murray Elizabeth DODr. Elizabeth Murray is a Physician specializing in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at the University of Rochester Medical Center in Upstate, NY. She graduated from Skidmore College with a BA in Economics and then, prior to medical school, she earned an MBA at the University of Rochester's Simon School of Business Administration.

Upon completing her Residency training at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center, she returned to her hometown of Rochester to complete her Fellowship in Pediatric Emergency Medicine at Strong Memorial Hospital.

Dr. Murray holds a dual appointments to both the Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and the Division of Pre-hospital Medicine at the University of Rochester. Additionally, she holds an appointment as Deputy Emergency Medical Services Medical Director for Monroe County and serves on the Regional EMS Council as the Pediatric Content Expert.
Infant Safe Sleep
Having a new baby is exciting and you want to do everything right. Part of your job is ensuring baby's safety, which includes sleep time.

Baby is safest sleeping on their back. Swaddle your baby smartly. There's no need to buy crib bumpers and fluffy things to stick in your baby's bed. Infants don't need these things.

Listen as Dr. Elizabeth Murray joins Melanie Cole, MS to discuss safe infant sleeping practices.
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