Enteral Feeding Tube
Enteral tube feeding is the delivery of nutrients directly into the digestive tract via a tube. The tube is usually placed into the stomach, duodenum or jejunum via either the nose, mouth or the direct percutaneous route.
It is used to feed patients who cannot obtain an adequate oral intake from food and/or oral nutritional supplements, or who cannot eat/drink safely. Enteral feeding is used commonly in patients with dysphagia – any impairment of eating, drinking and swallowing.
A New Connection Standard ISO 80369
Enteral Naso-gastric tubes, Levin type
Tube with radio-opaque stripes, numerical marking every centimeter, closed rounded tip, 4 lateral distal openings for adult, 2 lateral distal openings for Neonatology/ Pediatrics, ENFit male connector with screw cap.
Available in Non weight and weight tip. Support to MRI safety scan. (with guide-wire removed)
Available length is 40cm, 50cm, 90cm, 110cm, 120cm, 125cm and 130cm for Enteral Naso-gastric tubes，Enteral Naso-duodenal tubes，Enteral Naso-jenunal tubes.
PU – Recommended duration of use: 30 days Max
|03||1909F||closed rounded tip, 2 lateral distal hole. FR4-FR20|
|04||1909Q||closed rounded tip, 4 lateral distal hole. FR4-FR20|
|05||1909M||closed rounded tip, 2 lateral distal hole. Weight tip, FR4-FR20|
|06||1909P||closed rounded tip, 4 lateral distal hole. Weight tip, FR4-FR20|