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Maintains continuous compressing action around umbilical cord. Does not require removal. Sterile. 

Replaces the need for plastic cord clamps.

Umbi-Ring is an effective way for Midwives and Practitioners to constrict an umbilical cord without having to remove the device later. 

Umbi-Ring maintains continuous compressing action around the umbilical cord, until umbilical stump falls off. Umbi-Ring is sterile, inexpensive, easy to use, and provides more comfort for the baby. Umbi-Ring is also made in the USA.

Umbi-Ring consists of a latex band around two plastic pieces, forming a ring. Once the plastic pieces are separated, the band shrinks down and compresses the umbilical cord to stop blood flow. This device is similar to a product, no longer available, called the AGA cord ring. Unlike the AGA cord ring, the Umbi-Ring constricts slowly which allows it to be moved into place, momentarily and prevents possible cord laceration.

Since this product is new, it currently has an expiration of six monthsBecause of this shorter shelf life, we suggest you consider ordering only what you can use in a six month period.

Allergy information: Contains latex.

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  • 5

    Posted by Ireena on 20th Dec 2018

    These work great! They are much more comfortable for the baby. The parents like these better for that reason too. They do not last for a long time (the band gets older so you risk it not shrinking down as well) so if you do not have a busy practice, only order what you need and will use up over several months.

  • 5
    Love these

    Posted by Brandye on 21st Aug 2018

    So quick and easy to use.

  • 5
    Hope these stay around forever!

    Posted by Toni Hill on 19th Oct 2016

    These are awesome! So much more comfortable for moms and babies too! I don't ever want to go back to those clamps.

    A word of warning, the band does shrink down very slowly and these aren't as good after the six month period so heed the warning and only order what you need. I only have two on hand and have them in my birth supply kit.