Third leading cause of death in newborns

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CDC Wonder

The table above is coming right from a CDC website. Even if the CDC claims there are other reasons for SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) or SUIDS (Sudden Unexpected Infant Death Syndrome) the following VAERS search, CDC articles, and journal articles are very telling.

VAERS found 1048 cases where Age is under-0.5 and Symptom is Sudden infant death syndrome

The guidelines and criteria for cause of death in infants differ between medical examiners according to Variations in Cause-of-Death Determination for Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths

“CONCLUSIONS: US medical examiners and coroners apply variable practices to classify and investigate SUID, and thus, they certify the same deaths differently. This variability influences surveillance and research, impacts true understanding of infant mortality causes, and inhibits our ability to accurately monitor and ultimately prevent future deaths. Findings may inform future strategies for promoting standardized practices for SUID classification.”

Sudden Unexpected Infant Death and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

An example of the causes of death where the medical examiners may be getting it wrong. We may never know how high the exact rate of SIDS really is.

Infant anaphylaxis: the importance of early recognition (free pdf available for download) “Beta tryptase levels, however, were significantly higher in the SIDS group, and beta forms of tryptase are secreted during allergic/anaphylactic episodes. These findings raise the possibility that at least some cases of SIDS may be undiagnosed anaphylaxis.

Jacob Puliyel is head of paediatrics at St Stephens Hospital, Delhi, India. He has written about deaths in India, and in Europe from the Hexavalent vaccine. “But SIDS deaths are different and have to be reported mandatorily to those like coroners who must determine the cause of death. They are investigated by professional forensic experts. SIDS are ‘deaths under suspicious circumstances’ – unexplained death that could be infanticide unless proved otherwise. Forensic experts are unlikely to ‘forget’ to mention immunization, simply because it was not given on the day of death but on the previous day. Reporting bias is less likely to be an issue with such forensic reports. Under-reporting on all days will of course still occur for all the reasons it occurs for other serious adverse events. But it is difficult to argue convincingly that higher under-reporting is likely on the day just after a vaccine is administered, compared to the day of vaccination.

These statistics are for our Italian friends who are marching against vaccine mandates.” Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – International Statistics on Mortality and Affected Populations

Race, Ethnicity, and SIDS In this important research, the authors provide further evidence that we may be complacent when we treat SIDS/SUID as a tragic mishap due only to risk in the sleep environment and tend to ignore the possibility that it is the consequence of biological vulnerabilities in at least some of these infants. The elimination of any disparities and ultimately the elimination of SIDS is the goal. This may require increased efforts at biomedical discovery in addition to more effective messaging about reducing risk factors. “Racial and Ethnic Trends in Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths: United States, 1995–2013” provides important reasons to examine our premises.

So nicotine is the culprit in black mothers? No mention of vaccinations at all!

Racial and Ethnic Trends in Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths: United States, 1995–2013

Thus, racial/ethnic differences in these biological factors may explain the observed patterns of risk. For example, metabolic variation might influence endogenous SIDS risk because black mothers metabolize nicotine more slowly than NHW mothers. Slower metabolism may lead to higher prenatal exposure to nicotine and its metabolites, which may adversely affect cardiovascular function and arousal. A review of SIDS genetic factors also revealed a higher prevalence of polymorphisms in a serotonin-transporter gene among NHB SIDS cases. The serotonergic system helps regulate arousal and autonomic functions, including breathing, and these abnormalities may be associated with SIDS.

The study below states that 381 cases due to HIB vaccines were reviewed and “no new safety concerns exceeded the data mining statistical threshold.” What is the data mining threshold, and how is it decided?

Adverse Events following Haemophilus influenzae Type b Vaccines in the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, 1990-2013

“VAERS received 29 747 reports after Hib vaccines; 5179 (17%) were serious, including 896 reports of deaths. Median age was 6 months (range 0-1022 months). Sudden infant death syndrome was the stated cause of death in 384 (51%) of 749 death reports with autopsy/death certificate records. The most common nondeath serious AE categories were neurologic (80; 37%), other noninfectious (46; 22%) (comprising mainly constitutional signs and symptoms); and gastrointestinal (39; 18%) conditions. No new safety concerns were identified after clinical review of reports of AEs that exceeded the data mining statistical threshold.”

VAERS reports specific for SIDS with all related HIB vaccines between birth and <3 years old below with recent statistics.

Found 769 cases where Vaccine is HBHEPB or HBPV or HIBV or MNQHIB and Symptom is Sudden infant death syndrome

In European and other countries the hexavalent vaccine should be banned. If testing isn’t available for infants before receiving a vaccine, mandates CANNOT be an option.

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) shortly after hexavalent vaccination: another pathology in suspected SIDS?
Participants included pathologists with experience in the field of vaccines and sudden infant death syndrome who conducted autopsies. However, to the best of our knowledge, little, if any, attention was paid to examination of the brainstem and the cardiac conduction systems on serial sections, nor was the possibility of a triggering role of the vaccine in these deaths considered. Herein we report the case of a 3-month-old female infant dying suddenly and unexpectedly shortly after being given a hexavalent vaccination.

DTaP Contraindications December 1, 2006 Page 10
Temperature of <104°F (<40.5°C), fussiness, or mild drowsiness after a previous dose of diphtheria toxoid-tetanus toxoid-pertussis vaccine (DTP/DTaP) Family history of seizures Family history of sudden infant death syndrome Family history of an adverse event after DTP or DTaP administration Stable neurologic conditions (e.g., cerebral palsy, well-controlled seizure disorder, developmental delay)

Another example of  “The Greater Good”. This study certainly wasn’t done in any developed country because of the use of whole cell pertussis.

Preparation for global introduction of inactivated poliovirus vaccine: safety evidence from the US Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System, 2000–12
Most deaths (96%) were in children aged 12 months or younger; most (52%) had sudden infant death syndrome as the reported cause of death. The safely profiles of combined IPV and whole-cell pertussis vaccines, OPV and whole-cell pertussis vaccines, and OPV and acellular pertussis vaccines were similar. We noted no indication of disproportionate reporting of adverse events after immunisation with IPV-containing vaccines compared with other vaccines between 1990 and 2013.

Losing an infant to death by vaccination has to be the most inhuman loss of life there is.  Hearts are being broken all over the globe because of SIDS/SUIDS.

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