DAMPAK PENJEPITAN TALI PUSAT TERTUNDA PADA BAYI BARU LAHIR : LITERATUR REVIEW
Dampak penyempitan Tali Pusat
The umbilical cord is an essential life-sustaining support that represents a strong connection to the fetomaternal interface, functioning to support fetal development and fetal neuro-motor development. When the baby is born, the umbilical cord is cut, and there is a residual stump that must dry and fall off by day 5 to 15 after birth. In the active management of the third stage of labor, the World Health Organization (1998) recommends clamping the umbilical cord early for 1 minute. While The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) recommends delaying the clamping of the umbilical cord early / immediately after the baby is born, so when is the best time to clamp the umbilical cord after the baby is born is still controversial. This study aims to determine the effect of delayed umbilical cord clamping on newborns. Either positive or negative impact. Methods: Literature search involving the Science Direct database and published articles published between 2016-2021 with the key words effect the timing of umbilical cord Clamping; Results: 7 articles discussed the effect of the timing of umbilical cord clamping in infants. The results in the analysis revealed the impact of delaying umbilical cord clamping, both positive and negative impacts. Conclusion: Delayed cord clamping of more than 5 minutes has been shown to have lower residual placental blood volume. This is associated with higher ferritin levels and hemoglobin levels. Researchers chose to use a cord clamping time of more than 5 minutes (more than 60%) because delayed cord clamping in newborns is a vulnerable part of the population. It is important to continue to investigate further to identify the impact of delayed clamping on infants.
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