Precious Breath at Birth 2018-12-17T23:55:08+00:00

 

 

 

 

Precious Breath & Oxygen at Birth – save lives with OCC

 

oxygen breath in newborn and delayed cord clampingHow does Optimal Cord Clamping affect oxygen in Newborns?

The umbilical cord provides a steady stream of oxygen to Your Baby even after birth. (source: WHO)

Simply waiting for few minutes saves lives by providing babies with more time to start breathing, using their own lungs. 

The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that 29% of all newborn deaths worldwide are caused by deprivation of oxygen at birth. (source: WHO)

2 in every 10 newborns are oxygen deprived. (source: BirthInjuryGuide.org)

Deprivation of Oxygen at birth can lead to lifelong disabilities, including: Cerebral Palsy, Autism, ADHD, seizures, and varying behavioral problems. It’s not natural to cut the umbilical cord immediately. Immediate cord clamping is non-scientific. It is simply done out of habit and is damaging our newborn babies. OCC provides a natural transition for Your baby to start breathing using their lungs. 

 

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