A Hospital Policy Change Toward Delayed Cord Clamping is Effective in Improving Hemoglobin Levels and Anemia Status of 8-month-old Peruvian Infants
Journal of Tropical Pediatrics, 05/18/2012
Gyorkos TW et al. – A hospital policy change toward delayed cord clamping is effective in improving Hb levels and the anemia status of 8–month–old infants. Prior to scaling–up this intervention, issues related to training, monitoring, safety, additional long–term benefits and specific local conditions should be investigated.