32 infant deaths in 10 years! Fisher recalled the fatal shaker, Chinas e-commerce off the shelf

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 32 infant deaths in 10 years! Fisher recalled the fatal shaker, Chinas e-commerce off the shelf


Screenshot of the official website of the Consumer Product Safety Commission of the United States

According to the official website of the Consumer Product Safety Commission of the United States, at least 30 infants have died since the product was launched in 2009. The specific reason is that the infants unbound tie, body turnover caused by asphyxia, or other conditions.

On April 12, Chuck Scothon, General Manager of Fisher, told CNN that the company considered the recall to be the best solution and would insist on the safety of all other products of the brand. Through this recall, we hope that parents all over the world will know that safety is our mission, and the company will adhere to this principle and continue to produce products that are in line with the health and safety of infants and preschool children, Skaton said.

The domestic model of the Fisher shaker is FHW27. Pengchao News Search found that the official flagship stores of Tianmao, Jingdong and Suning have already removed the shaker, but the product is still on sale in Taobao third-party stores.

Taobao screenshots

Fisher Toy Company was born in 1930. It mainly manufactures baby toys and was wholly acquired by Mattel in 1993. On the afternoon of April 15, Peng Meis journalist visited Mattel Barbie (Shanghai) Trading Co., Ltd., a company of Mattel in Shanghai. The other side responded and did not accept an interview at present.

Why can baby shaking cause death?

On April 8, a survey by Comsumer Reports pointed out that 32 infant deaths had occurred since the Fisher Shaker interview in 2009. The report points out that doctors recommend that infants should keep their backs flat and avoid soft cushions under their bodies in order to reduce the occurrence of accidental asphyxia, but the product does not meet the above-mentioned doctors recommendations.

According to the report, the earliest fatal case was found in 2011. A 2-month-old Texas baby was found to be suffocated in the shaker because of Positionalasphyxia when his head turned to one side and his chin rested on his shoulder. Go back to Sohu and see more

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