Hey Girl!



rg blood run out



eye on clamp




nuchal necklace



physiological control



rachel reed







About Kate Emerson

Kate Emerson is a clinical student pursuing her interest in neonatal transitional physiology and clinical cord clamping practices. Please visit www.cord-clamping.com to read more.


2 thoughts on “Hey Girl!

  1. Love this presentation. Very refreshing. Of course we all know the cord needs to be left alone.

    Posted by Marie Chase | March 6, 2012, 9:51 am
  2. Ah yes, a good reminder that the sexiest men support physiological birth ;) Now, do a series with Hugh Jackman, and I’ll scream like an anxious tweener on American idol!

    Posted by BigLittleDays | May 17, 2012, 4:00 am

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