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Rianne Rotink

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About Rianne Rotink

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    Rianne
  • Last name
    Rotink
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    Female
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    Healthtech entrepreneur
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    Concord Neonatal
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    Leiden, The Netherlands

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  1. In our March Concord Talk, Prof. Arjan te Pas will educate us what the key success factors are when incorporating cord clamping into stabilisation of preterm infants and share the experiences of his clinic in practicing physiological-based cord clamping for over 4 years. March 2nd at 15:00u (CET). Register via: https://concordneonatal.com/concord-talk/
  2. Missed the great Concord Talk by Prof. Stuart Hooper. No worries, you can access the recording here: https://concordneonatal.com/concord-talk/ (scroll down).
  3. Join Concord Talk by Professor Stuart Hooper on February 2nd at 10:00am CET. Don't cut the cord until the baby is ready, the science behind umbilical cord management. Professor Stuart Hooper is professor of physiology in fetal and neonatal health. He is the Director of Research at the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Monash University and is Center Head of the Ritchie Centre. In this Talk, Prof. Hooper will educate us on the physiology of transition and the science behind the timing of umbilical cord clamping, built on research performed by his institute and completed with
  4. I do not have a birth plan for healthy term babies, but there may be 2 helpful resources online for you to checkout: https://www.bloodtobaby.com/ and https://waitforwhite.com/. I am sure Hannah Tizard or Amanda Burleigh can support you further with your questions.
  5. Dear Mohan, from all studies by the team of Professor Stuart Hooper and Professor Arjan te Pas, we know that aeration of the lungs is the master switch to transistion a baby from placental circulation to autonomous circulation. As long as the placenta is not delivered, there is gas exchange and the newborn receives oxygen-rich blood via the placenta. It is therefore important that the baby aerates its lungs before cutting off placental circulation - to ensure that baby's heart receives sufficient oxygen rich blood from the placenta during transition. When the placenta has been delivered, there
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