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Team of Pediatricians Select Best Child Safety Products


Virginia Beach, VA — Child Safety House Calls announces the BreathableBaby® Breathable Liner Award of Excellence

After a thorough evaluation by pediatricians who specialize in the field of child safety, BreathableBaby®’s Breathable Liner was selected for its innovation in helping parents keep their children safe. “This product can prevent so many of the tragedies I see everyday in the emergency room,” says pediatric emergency medicine physician Dr. Joel Clingenpeel. Nationally a child is treated in the emergency department for an unintentional injury approximately every ninety seconds1. “I want every parent to take action rather than leave their children’s safety to chance.”

Child Safety House Calls is a pediatrician-managed organization whose mission includes injury prevention advocacy and childproofing promotion. The organization established the Award of Excellence to keep parents informed of the best child safety products and services. Criteria for their experts’ selections include: effectiveness, innovation, ease of use, durability, breadth of target audience, and professional experience with the product.


Congratulations to BreathableBaby® for its contributions to child safety:

linersolids_graymist_mainBreathableBaby® Breathable Crib Liners. Many parents choose to line their infants’ cribs with bumpers despite the risk of suffocation and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). The patented Breathable Mesh Crib Liner provides a safer alternative to traditional bumpers by allowing infants who become trapped against the bumper to breathe through the fabric. BreathableBaby’s exclusive fabric with Air Channel Technology helps maintain air access and reduces risks of suffocation.


About Child Safety House Calls: Established in 2007 by pediatric emergency physicians, Child Safety House Calls was the nation’s first pediatrician-founded child safety company. Child Safety House Calls provides individualized expert advice and comprehensive residential and commercial childproofing services. In addition, the organization promotes child safety education and advocates nationally for proper childproofing.


  1. Injuries among infants treated in emergency departments in the United States, 2001-2004. Mack KA, GilchristJ, Ballesteros MF. Pediatrics. 2008 May;121(5):930-7.