Hanging Cord Of The Baby
Cord clamping is one of the most urgent situations in women’s labor.Amniotic membrane opening during the arrival of water before the baby enters the birth canal, the umbilical cord passes through the mouth of the womb and slides towards the vagina. Sometimes it can go out of the body through the vagina. An extremely rare condition. After the cord has been clamped, the baby enters the birth canal and compresses the cord and stops the blood flow in it. In this case, it is inevitable to lose the baby.
The umbilical cord can be used to save the baby’s cord blood. The baby’s leading part will pass in front of the press until the bass Sarkar to treat the same situation can occur in the anus that come with babies. In order for the cord to hang on to the birth path, membranes (membranes) must be opened. Cord blood is the blood that is collected from the umbilical cord before the baby is born. Cord clamping is a rare condition and occurs less than 1% of pregnancies.
Risk factors for cord blood transplantation:
– The cord is longer than normal
– Preterm birth – low birth weight
– Twin, triple pregnancies
– EMR, PPROM
– Grand multiparity (having more than 5 birthdays)
Cord clamping usually occurs suddenly when the membranes are opened, sometimes later in the morning. It is often impossible to understand that the cord will hang before the membranes are opened. Sometimes the first finding that makes a doubt may be a disruption in the heart rate of the fetus in the NST.
If the cord is clamped, it is not possible to push the cord back into the uterus. Umbilical cord prolapse is a risky condition because the leading part of the cord can compress and cause the fetus to become seriously distressed. Therefore, if there is sufficient clarity to occur immediately, you should give birth immediately in the normal way, otherwise you should perform birth with caesarean section often.