References for No Evidence to Link “Toxic Gas” From Mattresses and SUDI

1. Richardson, B. A. (1990). Cot mattress biodeterioration and SIDS. The Lancet, 335(8690), 670

2. Beal, S.M. (2001). The rise and fall of several theories. In Byard, R. W. and Krous, H. F. (Eds) Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Problems, Progress and Possibilities (pp. 236-242) London: Arnold Publishers

3. Fleming, P. J., Blair, P. S., Bacon, C., Bensley, D., Smith, I., Taylor, E., ... & Tripp, J. (1996). Environment of infants during sleep and risk of the sudden infant death syndrome: results of 1993-5 case-control study for confidential inquiry into stillbirths and deaths in infancy. BMJ, 313(7051), 191-195

4. Warnock, D. W., Campbell, C. K., Davey, K. G., Johnson, E. M., Delves, H. T., Sieniawska, C., & Croudace, I. W. (1995). Toxic gas generation from plastic mattresses and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. The Lancet, 346(8989), 1516-1520

5. Blair, P., Fleming, P., Bensley, D., Smith, I., Bacon, C., & Taylor, E. (1995). Plastic mattresses and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Lancet (London, England), 345(8951), 720

6. Sprott, J. (2006). Cot death controversies. S Afr Med J, 96(7), 568-569

7. Mitchell, E. A. (2008). Wrapping a cot mattress in plastic does not explain the continuing fall in SIDS mortality. European Journal of Pediatrics, 167(2), 251-252

8. Hauck, F. R., & Tanabe, K. O. (2008). International trends in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Stabilization of rates requires further action. Pediatrics, 122(3), 660-666