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Covidien (Medtronic)

Kangaroo Joey Enteral Feeding Pump

Starting at: $839.99
Nestle Health Science

Enteralite Infinity Pump Set with Enfit Tube Connector 500mL

Starting at: $5.19
Nestle Health Science

EnteraLite Infinity Pump Sets

Starting at: $5.29
Covidien (Medtronic)

Kangaroo Joey Feeding Sets for use with Safety Screw Spike

Starting at: $6.99
Covidien (Medtronic)

Kangaroo Jejunal Feeding and Decompression Tube

Starting at: $219.99
Avanos Medical

MIC-KEY GJ Feeding Tube

Avanos Medical

MIC GJ Feeding Tube, Endoscopic/Radiologic

Avanos Medical

MIC-KEY J Jejunal Feeding Tube

Avanos Medical

MIC J Jejunal Feeding Tube

Starting at: $219.99
Covidien (Medtronic)

Kangaroo Purple PVC Neonatal and Pediatric Feeding Tubes with Safe Enteral Connections

Starting at: $1.89
Covidien (Medtronic)

Argyle Stomach Tubes – Levin Type

Starting at: $1.39
C.R. Bard

Bard Genie Decompression Feeding Tube

Starting at: $25.99
C.R. Bard

Bard Button Decompression Tube

Starting at: $37.99
Nestle Health Science

COMPAT Gastrostomy Replacement Balloon Feeding Tubes

Starting at: $42.99
Covidien (Medtronic)

Argyle Stomach Tubes (Levin Type)

Starting at: $1.39
Covidien (Medtronic)

Sovereign Sterile Feeding Tube

Starting at: $96.99

Many health conditions make getting adequate nutrition difficult. Understanding what enteral feeding means and how to manage nutritional intake either by mouth or through a tube is essential for caregivers, loved ones and patients in many situations.

What Is Enteral Feeding?

Enteral feeding simply means taking nutrition into the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. Your GI tract includes your mouth, esophagus, stomach and intestines. The term enteral feeding most commonly refers to using a tube to put nutrition directly into the stomach or intestines, but it also includes eating or drinking nutritional supplements. Most people who need enteral feeding cannot eat regular food because of an injury or condition like stroke or neurological problems, though the rest of their GI may function normally. Others may require enteral feeding to supplement regular food because of illnesses like cancer that cause nausea or difficulty getting enough nutrition.

Types of Enteral Feeding

The six main types of enteral feeding are classified by where the enteral access tubes enter the GI and where the feeding tube ends. They are:

  • Nasogastric: Enters through the nose and ends in the stomach
  • Orogastric: Enters through the mouth and ends in the stomach
  • Nasoenteric: Enters through the nose and ends in the intestines
  • Oroenteric: Enters through the mouth and ends in the intestines
  • Gastrostomy: Enters the stomach directly through an incision in the abdomen
  • Jejunostomy: Enters the intestines directly through an incision in the abdomen

Enteral Feeding Supplies

Most enteric feeding systems require irrigation, stabilization, connection ports or other enteral accessories to keep them functioning properly. These systems also require powdered or liquid enteral nutrition that has been processed to flow smoothly through the tubes and to provide easily absorbed nutrition for the patient. Those who can take food by mouth but require nutritional support can find it in protein and fiber drinks specially formulated for adults or children. Find a variety of these items from trusted brands along with feeding pumps and sets that make it easier to prevent malnutrition and manage other health issues.

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