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Title: Two venipunctures in umbilical cord blood collection: Perception and real use by midwives
Authors: Filipe Lima, T
Lisete Mónico
César Fonseca
Issue Date: 1-Mar-2019
Citation: Filipe Lima, Tânia Cunha, Beatriz Araújo, Lisete Mónico, Anabela Salgueiro-Oliveira, César Fonseca, Pedro Parreira. Two venipunctures in umbilical cord blood collection: Perception and real use by midwives (2019). In: Braga, L. M., Alves, E. C., Siman, A. G., Fani, M. O., & Santos, F. B. (2019). CISBETI 2019-International Congress of Health, Well-Being, Technology and Innovation. Foz de Iguaçu, Brazil. 4-6 April 2019.
Abstract: requires trained professionals with skills to execute the technique, to obtain the maximum blood and an adequate cellular recovery. In this way, the Portuguese public bank developed a standard operating procedure and disseminated for the execution of the UCB collection technique, to maximize the volume and to minimize the 70% discarded rate. The established technique is performed after birth with the placenta in utero and consists in obtaining by gravity the blood that remains in the placenta and the umbilical cord, through the execution of two distinct punctures in the umbilical vein (one most distal and other in the proximal region of the placenta).
Type: lecture
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