Optimal cord clamping – allowing a physiological transition Part 2

Optimal cord clamping – allowing a physiological transition Part 2 Gill Moncrieff –  Third Year Student Midwife at Edinburgh Napier University Published in The Student Midwife Journal Volume 2 Issue 1 January 2019 In the first part of this article in our January issue of The Student Midwife, Gill Moncrieff described the physiology around cord […]

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Hot Topic: Intact cord resuscitation for term infants under midwifery care

Hot Topic: Intact cord resuscitation for term infants under midwifery care Fatimah Mohamied – Third Year Student Midwife Published in The Student Midwife Journal Volume 2 Issue 1 January 2019 Introduction Immediate cord clamping (ICC), followed by immediate disconnection of an infant from its mother and subsequent relocation to a separate resuscitation platform, is the current mode […]

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Optimal cord clamping – allowing a physiological transition Part 2

Optimal cord clamping – allowing a physiological transition Part 2 Gill Moncrieff – Third Year Student Midwife at Edinburgh Napier University In the first part of this article in our January issue of The Student Midwife, Gill Moncrieff described the physiology around cord clamping; here she explores the benefits of waiting, in optimal cord clamping. Clamping […]

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Too little too late for delayed cord clamping?

Too little too late for delayed cord clamping? Hannah Tizard – Midwife Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Midwifery Consultant for All4Maternity In November 2018 the RCM published their new Blue Top Guideline ‘Midwifery care in labour guidance for all women in all settings’.  This intensive work completed by a multi-disciplinary Expert Advisory Group the […]

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Nature’s first stem cell transfer occurs at birth

Nature’s first stem cell transfer occurs at birth Hannah Tizard – Midwife and Founder of the Optimal Cord Clamping #BloodtoBaby Campaign Amanda Burleigh – Midwifery Consultant and Optimal Cord Clamping Campaigner This month I am writing with a wonderful colleague and friend Amanda Burleigh who is a long standing campaigner of optimal cord clamping (OCC). […]

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A campaign re-born: physiological transition of the newborn with optimal cord clamping

A campaign re-born Physiological transition of the newborn with optimal cord clamping Hannah Tizard – Midwife at Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Midwifery Media Consultant at All4Maternity and The Practising Midwife This blog post provides an update about the progress and validity of the #BloodtoBaby campaign.  Progress is evolutionary and whilst continuing to […]

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