Umbilical cord clamp used 1993 by Roger McLassus.  Creative Commons 3.0.

5 Benefits Of Delayed Cord Clamping

Delayed cord clamping is practiced at the Antelope Valley Birth Center.  With so many benefits why wouldn’t you?  This post over at Mommypotamus answers some common (and not so common) questions.

What is delayed cord clamping?

It depends on who you ask. According to the World Health Organization, delayed clamping is when the cord is cut 1-3 minutes after birth – a practice they recommend for all births. (source)

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