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    Figure 3 from Gunther (1957) shows fluctuations in weight during postnatal
    placental transfusion.  This infant was described as "slow to cry."  Crying
    began more than 6 minutes after birth following a uterine contraction.  Note
    that resuscitation was started within one minute, without disconnecting the
    infant from ongoing oxygen delivery from the placenta.
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