Mattel's Fisher-Price is recalling more than 11 million toys and children's products today.
The products include trikes, highchairs, toys with inflatable balls and another recall from the company's Little People line.
Here's what moms need to know:
Name of product: Fisher-Price Trikes and Tough Trikes toddler tricycles
Hazard: A child can strike, sit or fall on the protruding plastic ignition key, resulting in serious injury -- including genital bleeding.
Incidents/injuries: The CPSC and Fisher-Price are aware of 10 reports of incidents resulting in injury. Six of the incidents required medical attention after young girls aged 2 to 3 fell against or on the protruding disc-shaped and D-shaped pretend key.
Name of product: Healthy Careâ„˘, Close to Meâ„˘ and Easy Cleanâ„˘ highchairs
Hazard: Children can fall on or against the pegs on the rear legs of the highchairs, resulting in injuries or lacerations. (The pegs are used for highchair-tray storage.)
Incidents/injuries: The CPSC and Fisher-Price are aware of 14 reports of incidents, including one tooth injury and seven reports of children requiring stitches.
Name of product: Little PeopleÂ® Wheeliesâ„˘ Stand 'n Playâ„˘ Rampway
Hazard: The wheels on the purple and green cars can come off, posing a choking hazard to young children.
Incidents/injuries: Fisher-Price has received two reports of a wheel detaching from a vehicle. No injuries have been reported.
Name of product: Inflatable Balls: Baby Playzoneâ„˘ Crawl & Cruise Playgroundâ„˘, Baby Playzoneâ„˘ Crawl & Slide Arcadeâ„˘ , Baby Gymtasticsâ„˘ Play Wall, Ocean Wondersâ„˘ Kick & Crawlâ„˘ Aquarium, 1-2-3 Tetherballâ„˘ and Bat & Score Goalâ„˘
Hazard: The valve of the inflatable ball on these toys can come off and pose a choking hazard to young children.
Incidents/injuries: The CPSC and Fisher-Price are aware of 46 reports of incidents in the U.S. wherein the valve came off, and eight reports of incidents in Canada. These include 14 reports of the valve being found in a child's mouth and three reports of a child beginning to choke. No injuries have been reported.