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    Default Two Year Follow Up Shows Delaying Umbilical Cord Clamping Saves Babies Lives

    University of Sydney
    December 9

    A minute’s delay could make a lifetime of difference

    The new research, led by the University of Sydney, is a two-year follow up of the Australian Placental Transfusion Study, the award-winning and largest-ever clinical trial of delayed cord clamping of babies born before 30 weeks. It was conducted in 25 hospitals across seven countries.

    The new study compared outcomes for over 1500 babies from the initial study, 767 with caregivers aiming for 60 second delay in clamping and 764 with caregivers aiming for cord clamping before 10 seconds after delivery.

    Read more: https://www.sciencedaily.com/release...1209201654.htm

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    Default Re: Two Year Follow Up Shows Delaying Umbilical Cord Clamping Saves Babies Lives

    I understand the rationale, but both procedures are equally urgent and I should think they could be managed simultaneously.
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