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  On average, enteral feeding pumps rent 2.3 months for:

$69.80

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  • $90

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Features of enteral feeding pumps

enteral feeding pumpOne of the things to remember about the device is that there are different types of feeds that are available for use with it. These include protein feeds, carbohydrates, water, fat, minerals, and vitamins. Depending on the type of treatment needed, the pump will have different types of tubes in order to accomplish the feedings. These include NG tubes, NJ tubes, and PEG tubes. The NG tubes are the most common. Most of the devices have large displays which make it easy to view them from a distance, as well as alarm tones for different issues that could occur.

How enteral feeding pumps work

Most of the time, patients will only need to make use of the enteral feeding pumps for a short time. These patients use the nasogastric or nasojejunal option. However, there are also some patients who may need to have these pumps in use for a long period. When using this type of feeding, it is important for those who are caring for the malnourished patient to watch for any potential signs of trouble when it comes to the tubes and the pump. While they are reliable, there is always the chance that the patient could displace the tube by mistake, and this can cause some gastrointestinal issues.

About enteral feeding pumps

An enteral feeding pump is a device used to provide patients with the nutrition they need via a feeding regimen, and it is often a method used to save peoples’ lives when they are unable to take nutrients in the traditional manner for some reason or another. Another term for this that many people are familiar with is “tube feeding.” Both children and adults can utilize these pumps if there is a need. The use of these pumps is able to help many patients lead lives as normally as possible, and it ensures that they get all of the nutrients that they need.

Enteral Feeding Pump Applications

  • Malnourished patients
  • Gastrointestinal surgery
  • Post-operative
  • Severe Pancreatitis (without Pseudocyst or Fistula complications)
  • Cholestatis

Enteral Feeding Pump Manufacturers

  • Mindray
  • Lifepum
  • Angel
  • Corpak
  • Coviden
  • Abbott

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