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CCTCorrelated Color Temperature
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CCTChaos, Complexity and Transport
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CCTCondenser Cooling Tower (mining)
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CCTControlled Clinical Trial
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CCTCompulsory Competitive Tendering
CCTCommon Customs Tariff (EU)
CCTConsultation on Common Texts
CCTCall Center Technology
CCTCobb Community Transit (Georgia, USA)
CCTConnecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism
CCTCombat Control Team
CCTChina Coast Time (GMT+0800)
CCTComparative Cervical Tuberculin (disease)
CCTComplex Cardiovascular Therapeutics (Japan)
CCTConsejo Centroamericano de Turismo (Spanish: Central American Tourism Council)
CCTComputer Compatible Tape
CCTCone Contrast Test (vision)
CCTComité Consultatif Technique (French: Technical Advisory Committee)
CCTColegio Cristiano Tecnólogico (Guatemalan private school)
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CCTCross-Cutting Theme (forestry)
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CCTChristian Council of Tanzania
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CCTCement Council of Texas (Hurst, TX)
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CCTCortical Collecting Tubule (in the kidneys)
CCTCombat Crew Training
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Five IU syntocinon slow IV immediately after delivery of baby, delayed cord clamping, controlled cord traction and uterine massage.
The best preventive strategy is the active management of third stage of labour (AMTSL) which involves administering uterotonic drugs soon after the delivery of anterior shoulder, controlled cord traction and fundal massage.
According to WHO recommendations, there are 3 important steps in AMTSL which include; 1) uterotonics agents, preferably oxytocin, immediately after the delivery of the baby, 2) clamping and cutting of cord immediately after delivery of the baby to enhance placental separation and then controlled cord traction (CCT) for delivery of the placenta; 3) massage of uterine fundus after delivery of placenta.
Immediate clamping was part of a full active management intervention recommended in 2007 by the World Health Organization, along with the use of uterotonics (generally oxytocin) immediately after birth and controlled cord traction to quickly deliver the placenta.
1) It had been thought that early cord clamping and controlled cord traction also might help reduce the risk of postpartum hemorrhage, but recent data indicate that administering a uterotonic is the key intervention and cord traction has little or no effect on reducing the risk of hemorrhage.
During the third stage of labour after vaginal delivery, active management consisting of intramuscular oxytocin 10 international units (IU) and controlled cord traction, has been shown to significantly reduce the incidence of postpartum haemorrhage (5,6).
The physiological third stage involves supporting the woman's physiology during the third stage, with the major and important difference that a prophylactic uterotonic is not given and controlled cord traction is not used (NZCOM, 2006).
The proportion of deliveries that met the less stringent Cochrane definition of correct active management (use of a uterotonic, controlled cord traction, and cord clamping or cutting within one minute of delivery) was somewhat greater (45% in Benin, 41% in Indonesia), but remained below 10% in El Salvador, Nicaragua and Tanzania.
Controlled cord traction versus minimal intervention techniques in delivery of the placenta: a randomized controlled trial.
Causes Congenital weakness, precipitate labour, short umbilical cord, mismanaged third stage of labour, fundal pressure by attendant, traction on the cord before placenta seprates or when placenta not removed by controlled cord traction.
The standard routine of administering oxytocin with early cord clamping, followed by controlled cord traction, was introduced as part of the active management of the third stage of labor.
The active management involves administration of oxytocic drugs, clamping and cutting the cord as well as controlled cord traction.
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