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 Dr. George Malcolm Morley

    “While exploring the
    feasibility of saving placental
    blood for autologous NICU
    transfusion, the author found
    a disturbingly obvious
    alternative:  If cord clamping
    is delayed to permit normal
    placental transfusion the
    need for newborn transfusion
    often could be eliminated.”

    Morley GM.
    Cord closure: Can hasty
    clamping injure the newborn?
    OBG Management, July 1998:
    29-36.







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