Birth Planning

Check out the latest trends and tried-and true ways to having a healthy baby! Things to consider when in the delivery room and beyond.

A clock that has three minutes blocked out because that is the maximum amount your should have delayed cord clamping.

Cord Blood and Delayed Clamping | Americord

Delayed clamping occurs when the clamping and cutting of the umbilical cord is delayed for a specified period of time (usually one minute) after birth. It is done so that the baby can get more of the highly beneficial cord blood.

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A stop watch with three minutes on it to symbolize that you can do cord blood banking with delaed cord clamping.

Cord Blood Banking with Delayed Cord Clamping | Americord

Today, expecting parents have so many decisions they must make before their baby is born. One of these crucial decisions is the choice to opt in for cord blood banking with delayed cord clamping.

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Americord Supports Delayed Cord Clamping

Cord Blood Bank Endorses Recommendation by American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology for Delayed Cord Clamping and Cord Blood Banking

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Delayed Cord Clamping: A Guide to Research, Benefits and Options

Everything You Need to Know: A Parent’s Guide to Delayed Cord Clamping There has been a lot of buzz going around the parenting world lately about the practice of delayed cord clamping, with expecting mothers asking questions like what is it, what are the benefits, and how it will affect my child down the road.

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Delayed Cord Clamping And Cesarean Section: Everything You Need To Know

Learn everything you need to know about Cesarean sections and delayed cord clamping, including recent studies, how the two work together, and more.

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