Toy manufacturer Fisher-Price has spent nearly five million of its Rock & # 39; n Play Sleepers recalled after the product was linked with dozens
The recall was announced on Friday by the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
The Commission said on its website that at least 30 infants have died in sleep since their publication in 2009.
They said the children had turned around in casual or other circumstances.
"Safety of All Our Products In light of the reported incidents of using the product in defiance of safety warnings and instructions, in partnership with the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), we have decided that this voluntary recall is the best way is se of action, "said the company.
The CPSC has estimated that the recall affects approximately 4.7 million products.
It has asked consumers to stop using the thresholds and contact Fisher-Price for a refund.
Earlier this week, the American Academy of Paediatrics (AAP) called for the recall of the product, calling the sleeper "deadly."
"When parents buy a product for their baby or child, many expect it to be sold A business must be safe, that's tragic, that's not the case," said AAP Chairman Kyle Yasuda, in a statement.
The AAP cited a report on the website of the US magazine "Consumer Reports," which links the Internet portal product to 32 different child deaths.
Safety Instructions for Sleeping the Baby
- Babies should sleep on their backs with their feet at the foot of the bed.
- Stow the blanket over the chest and under the arms and keep the cot free of bumpers, pillows, and stuffed animals
- Do not let your baby get too hot or too cold
- Leave your baby's head free  Read more about the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) in the NHS and other safety advice for toddlers and babies