cord strangulation

The mechanical compression of the umbilical cord due to amniotic bands or wrapping of the cord around the baby’s neck, which is more common with abnormal presentations, especially breech and shoulder presentation

cord strangulation

Obstetrics The wrapping of the umbilical cord around the baby's neck, which is more common with abnormal presentations, especially breech and should presentation. See Prolapsed cord, Umbilical cord.
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Learn more about baby monitor cord strangulation risks and how to safely place your baby monitor in your home at the website babymonitorsafety.
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Window cord strangulations are tragic, but preventable," said CPSC Chairman Inez Tenenbaum.
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