Optimal cord clamping and the third stage of labour – video blog

Sophie discusses the third stage of birth and the choices that parents have around cord clamping, highlighting the all-important NICE guidelines to have optimal cord clamping, enabling placental transfusion to take place – the blood that is required by the baby to be passed from placenta to baby before the cord is cut.

Click here to read more research-based information about optimal cord clamping from Blood to Baby

Click here to watch Sophie’s video on World Health Organisation’s recommendations for positive birth experiences.

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