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Enteral Feeding Pump Set

Enteral Feeding Pump Set

Description
  • Rigid neck for easy filling and handing.
  • With plug cap and strong, dependable hanging ring.
  • Easy-to read graduations and easy-view translucent bag.
  • Bottom exit port allows complete drainage.
  • Pump set or gravity set, available individually.
  • Specification 500ml, 1000ml, 1200ml, 1500ml bag, etc.
  • Available in injection port and strong tubing(O.D.: 6.5mm).
  • DEHP-Free available.
Ref. No.: Gravity set Size: Pump set Size: Qty.Cs:
NMD30305 500 ML ------- 30
NMD30302 1000 ML ------- 30
NMD30307 1200 ML ------- 30
NMD30313 1500 ML ------- 30
NMD30304 ------- 500ML 30
NMD30301 ------- 1000ML 30
NMD30306 ------- 1200ML 30
NMD30312 ------- 1500ML 30
NMD30310 ------- 1000 ML with injection port 30
NMD30311 1000 ML with strong tubing (O.D.:6.5mm)   30
Enteral feeding pump set is a long established practice across pediatric and adult populations, to enhance nutritional intake and prevent malnutrition. Despite recognition of the importance of nutrition within the modern health agenda, evaluation of the efficacy of how such feeds are delivered is more limited. The accuracy, safety, and consistency with which enteral feed pump systems dispense nutritional formulae are important determinants of their use and acceptability. Enteral feed pump safety has received increased interest in recent years as enteral pumps are used across hospital and home settings. Four areas of enteral feed pump safety have emerged: the consistent and accurate delivery of formula; the minimization of errors associated with tube misconnection; the impact of continuous feed delivery itself (via an enteral feed pump); and the chemical composition of the casing used in enteral feed pump manufacture. The daily use of pumps in delivery of enteral feeds in a home setting predominantly falls to the hands of parents and caregivers. Their understanding of the use and function of their pump is necessary to ensure appropriate, safe, and accurate delivery of enteral nutrition; their experience with this is important in informing clinicians and manufacturers of the emerging needs and requirements of this diverse patient population. The review highlights current practice and areas of concern and establishes our current knowledge in this field. Enteral feeding pump set has been in place for 3,500 years. Originally used by the ancient Greeks and Egyptians, its early aims were to alleviate various bowel disorders through infusion of nutrient solutions into the rectum. In the 16th century, the use of hollow tubes with attached animal bladders enabled esophageal feeding, and the first recorded provision of feeding into the upper gastrointestinal tract. These devices were later supplanted by leather tubes and whale bones covered with eel skins and then by rubber tubes. Buy healthcare products online at best price from Nexgen Medical. Enteral Feeding Pump Set