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Placental transfusion achieved by delayed cord clamping or cord milking has generated considerable interest in recent years. Hutton et al1 have shown that delayed-cord clamping in term infants increased iron storage and reduced the incidence of iron deficiency anaemia. With the exception of a higher incidence of polycythaemia, no significant adverse effects were observed. The findings suggest that delayed-cord clamping may serve …
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