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The aim of this study was to see how early cord clamping compared to delayed cord clamping affected the maternal and neonatal outcomes. The primary outcomes were the measurement of intrapartum maternal blood loss, neonatal packed cell number, and serum bilirubin 72 hours after birth. The mean pre-labour packed cell volume (PCV) of 33.13 and post-labour PCV of 32.65 were identical between groups and were not statistically important (p=0.166 and 0.496, respectively). The differences in PCV were not statistically meaningful and were comparable across categories. Furthermore, based on the results of this research, it can be inferred that DCC has little effect on the duration of the third stage of labor or the need for manual placenta removal.