In the USA, the only regulated terms for a safe infant sleep space are crib, bassinet, and play yard. This means only things with one of those titles meets the standards of a safe sleep space by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). So all of the other things advertised for sleep are not regulated by the people who make the standards... It's a little scary when you think about it.
Things like nappers, co-sleepers, and loungers are not recommended for sleep. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends a flat, firm, and bare surface. Most of these products are flat but not firm. Some contain siding that put infants at risk for suffocation. Other products advertise things like "breathability." Unfortunately, there is no way to actually test for breathability so it is false advertisement.
Please beware when purchasing your safe sleep space and follow the AAP guidelines.
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