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Delay in clamping the umbilical cord after birth to encourage placental blood stream to the hatchling Increases volume of blood exchanged to embryo 50-75% of blood accessible for placenta-to-embryo exchanges inside first moment after birth. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: UMBILICAL FLOW PATTERNS - UMBILICAL CORD CLAMPING AND BREATHING


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UMBILICAL FLOW PATTERNS, UMBILICAL CORD CLAMPING
AND BREATHING
  • ANGIPLAST PRIVATE LIMITED

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  • Estimated umbilical cord and venous stream
    designs in term unconstrained vaginal conveyance
    with Doppler ultrasound amid DCC (in any event
    gt60 sec), Boere, Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed
    2015
  • Net placental transfusion is perplexing
  • Breathing (real part)
  • Intermittent stream at first expanded
    essentially with vast breaths, ceased/switched
    stream with crying
  • Continuous stream to newborn child afresh normal
    breathing example set
  • Oxytocin
  • Gravity to a lesser degree a factor, does not
    appear to have critical part

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Delayed Umbilical Cord Clamping (DCC)
  • Definition
  • Delay in clamping the umbilical cord after birth
    to encourage placental blood stream to the
    hatchling
  • Increases volume of blood exchanged to embryo
  • 50-75 of blood accessible for placenta-to-embryo
    exchanges inside first moment after birth
    (quickest in initial 1-2 minutes)
  • Per ACOG start early care of the infant amid
    this time, Dry, animate
  • Cover with cover to look after temperature,
    skin-to-skin Only clear emissions if
    extensive/hindering aviation route
  • Meconium yet fiery infant cord clamp away!

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Umbilical Cord Milking (UCM)
  • Definition
  • Effectively drive blood from unclamped umbilical
    cord towards hatchling
  • Pinch cord as near placenta as could be allowed
    and drain toward baby over a 2 second span at
    that point discharge cord and permit to refill
    with blood for a short 1-2 seconds (Finer 2015)
  • Milk 20 cm of umbilical cord toward the umbilicus
    three times (2015 CoSTR) or more than 2-3 seconds
    (Niermeyer 2015 )
  • Cut the cord 25 cm from the umbilicus, exchange
    newborn child to the revival group, raise the
    cord and drain the 25 cm toward the baby ? No
    specific strategy - contrast long of fragment
    drained, reiterations, speed

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Why do DCC/UCM
  • Advantages
  • Higher iron stores at a half year
  • Decreases sickliness
  • Preterm
  • Stabilize pulse and increment pee yield intensely
  • Significant lessening of intraventricular drain
    IVH (by balancing out circulatory strain)
  • Increased iron stores
  • Decreases pallor and requirement for transfusions
  • Possible decrease in necrotizing enterocolitis
    (NEC)
  • Disadvantages
  • Interfere with routine with regards to gathering
    cord blood for managing an account
  • Maternal dangers some worry for baby blues
    discharge (yet not demonstrated)
  • Increases polycythemia and hyperbilirubinemia

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