Thursday, 23 October 2008 12:49
This particular study examines the potential relationship between early cord clamping, infant asphyxia and autism. It summarizes: Brain lesions are associated with autism and related disorders. Hypoxic brain lesions in monkeys are associated with intelligence/memory defects similar to autism.  Immediate cord clamping causes newborn hypoxia. Placental oxygenation until the lungs are functioning prevents newborn hypoxia. Placental oxygenation until the lungs are functioning should prevent autism that is caused by hypoxic brain lesions.
Read the article at: http://www.redflagsweekly.com/features/Morley.html
Check out this compilation of additional resources on the subject by the same author:
Send your patients to: http://www.icpa4kids.org/pregnancy/umbilical.htm so they can download additional info and present documentation to their birth care providers.