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Review of: Shirk S, Manolis S, Lambers D, et al. Delayed clamping vs milking of umbilical cord in preterm infants: a randomized controlled trial. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2019;220:482.
Unblinded, randomised controlled trial.
Single tertiary neonatal unit in the USA.
Two hundred and four singleton infants delivered between 23+0 and 34+6 weeks gestation. One hundred and four allocated to delayed cord clamping (including 17 extremely preterm ie, <28 weeks gestation) and 100 allocated to cord milking (including 12 extremely preterm). No significant difference in maternal factors or demographics.
Patients were randomised to receive either delayed umbilical cord clamping …
Contributors YG wrote the initial paper. CMH revised and edited the manuscript.
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