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We have educational tools for healthcare providers that may be helpful to your practice. See below for videos, collateral and other educational resources.

CBR Network Providers

Anytime access to your CBR account for:

Patient Status Reports

Listing of your patients that are considering family banking,
have enrolled, and those that have stored with CBR

Collection Procedure Reports

Reports on collection procedure outcomes
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Continuing Medical Education

CBR is committed with its partner, Omnia, to supporting our physicians, NPs and CNMs with balanced, thoughtful education about applications for cordblood stem cells and ongoing advancements in the field of newborn stem cell medicine.

View CME Course
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Continuing Nursing Training

We recognize that nurses frequently counsel patients about important decisions in pregnancy, including whether to donate, preserve or discard newborn cord blood. That's why we partnered with Be The Match to offer a course on this topic.

View CNE Course
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Foundational Knowledge

If you are a clinician and are new to the field of newborn stem cell banking, we invite you to participate in this educational webinar that provides a "Cord Blood 101" on key topics in science and medicine.

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Delayed Cord Clamping & Cord Blood Collection -
Can we do both?

In a Cochrane meta-analysis, delayed cord clamping was defined as a delay of 30 seconds or more after birth. The SMFM defines the window of delayed cord clamped to be between 25 seconds to 5 minutes after birth1. CBR collecting providers who regularly practice delayed cord clamping and perform cord blood collections for CBR families have been able to collect adequate volumes of cord blood for storage following delayed cord clamping.2

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Our Facility

Our facility is designed to be the most secure place for your patient’s precious stem cells.

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1. Rabe et al., “Effect of timing of umbilical cord clamping and other strategies to influence placental transfusion at preterm birth on maternal and infant outcomes” Cochrane Data; 2012 Aug 15
2. CBR Data on File.