Study of Maternal and Neonatal Outcome
In the present work, we intend to examine the characteristics of early against prolonged cord clamping on maternal- and neonatal-effect. Primary consequences were assessment of maternal blood-loss intra-partum, neonatal packed cell volume and serum bilirubin at 72 hours after delivery. The average maternal pre-labor packed cell volume (PCV)–33.13, and post-partum PCV- 32.65 were similar across groups and was not statistically significant. PCV difference across groups was not statistically significant. Moreover, our results showed that DCC has no effect on the length of the third trimester of pregnancy or the requirement for manual placenta-removal.