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Cord

A unit of volume used to measure quantities of firewood in Canada and the United States. The cord is equivalent to 3.62 cubic meters.
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Present study was based on three aspects; first to find out various morphological parameters of umbilical cord in dead foetuses, second to find out the relation between these parameters and number of umbilical arteries and third the umbilical cord anomalies.
VERICOM CAT6 data patch cords are commonly used in many types of high-speed data and computer equipment.
An observation made, which was although not objective of study that, as the number of cords around neck increased the apgar score Less than 7 at 5min increased progressively Table 2.
Charlotte Heap, RoSPA's campaign's officer, said: "RoSPA does not recommend that cords are cut, even as a short-term solution.
That being the case, there is a chance some units might still run across one of the 2007 cords, but by now they should have been flushed from the supply system.
Delaying clamping the umbilical cord for a slightly longer period of time allows more umbilical cord blood volume to transfer from mother to infant and, with that critical period extended, many good physiological "gifts" are transferred through 'nature's first stem cell transplant' occurring at birth, they said.
Acidosis in newborns with nuchal cords and normal Apgar scores.
"The major determinant of success in a cord blood transplant is cell dose.
Cutting energetic cords has been a practice for centuries.
Perhaps due to the publicity surrounding Christopher (Superman) Reeve's spinal cord injury, caused by a riding accident, many people know that spinal cord injury can result in paralysis.
* Keep all window pull cords and inner lift cords out of the reach of children.