Optimal Cord Clamping


An important subject; a “powerful participatory idea” 

The first 90 seconds of baby’s life can make a difference. One simple practice with huge implications is Delayed Cord Clamping–or as Alan Greene wants us to call it, Optimal Cord Clamping. Greene points out in this talk that there is no evidence that clamping the cord immediately after birth is beneficial, and there is plenty of evidence that delaying this by just 90 seconds is not only safe but beneficial.

This is called Evidence Based Care, and See Baby is committed to practicing it.

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