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Elective caesarean delivery adversely affects preductal oxygen saturation during birth transition
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    Response to the article by Zanardo et al

    We read with interest the article by Zanardo et al (1). The authors found a lower pre-ductal SpO2, a higher hearth rate (HR) and hematocrit in term infants born by cesarean delivery (CD) compared to those born by vaginal delivery (VD), similarly to the findings by Dawson et al (2) but not confirmed by others (3). The authors did not mentioned if a different management of cord clamping was performed between vaginal and ce...

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