infant carrier


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infant carrier

Any device used to carry a newborn or young child on the chest or the back of an adult. Poor design or misuse of such devices may pose a risk of suffocation to the child.
See also: carrier
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Earlier this year, on the heels of mounting injuries and a tragic death, warnings were added to shopping carts to alert consumers not to place their personal infant carriers or car seats directly on the shopping cart.
Babies are much safer travelling in rear-facing car seats, known as infant carriers. But they can't be used in seats protected by an airbag.
When used as an infant carrier, the handle can unexpectedly move.
One of the women was seen to pick up a pounds 45 infant carrier and walk around the store with it before putting it on a display stand.
CARRIER:This Cybex Aton Group 0 infant carrier, priced pounds 115, from Mamas & Papas, is extremely lightweight weighing only 3.5kg.
Her second product is Buckle-Pals Cling'N Go, which fits most infant carrier car seats.
Whether in the car or stroller, babies tend to spend a lot of time in an infant carrier. To help the moments pass, the Baby Einstein Baby Neptune Carrier Toy Bar ($12.99) offers waves of musical fun.
In one test, an 18-month-old baby suffered a fractured skull and serious brain damage because his infant carrier had been fitted incorrectly.
N A wrongly fitted infant carrier, and where too much strain had been placed on the seatbelt buckle.
Mothercare's new MX Sport was top in both the infant carrier and toddler seat sectors, with the Britax Cruiser Plus the best model in the high back booster sector.
This is a pushchair and a first stage infant carrier car seat.
The child was strapped into an infant carrier and did not suffer any visible injuries.

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