Delayed Cord Clamping in Infants with Suspected Intrauterine Growth Restriction

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We evaluated a subset of infants with suspected intrauterine growth restriction or birth weights small for gestational age enrolled in a study of delayed cord clamping for preterm infants. Compared with immediate clamping, delayed cord clamping was associated with no apparent harm and less suspected necrotizing enterocolitis.Trial NCT00818220 and NCT01426698.

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