On Friday, Fisher-Price and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission warned parents and caregivers about the toymaker's Rock & Play's Play Sleeper, which they said is linked to 10 infant deaths.
The deaths occurred when the infants rolled into the unit while they were uninhibited. All 10 children were older than 3 months, which is usually when infants are able to roll from the back to the stomach and vice versa.
"Because deaths continue to occur, consumers recommend stopping the use of the product at three months, or as soon as an infant is giving transfer options, the statement says." CPSC has previously warned consumers to use restrictions on infantile sleep products.
The statement does not mention a product recall.