Simpler and safer tube-feeding techniques

Jones, Sande
October 1984
RN;Oct84, Vol. 47 Issue 10, p40
Academic Journal
Presents an overview of the equipment and formulas that could maintain high standards of care and nutrition for tube-fed patients. Pros and cons of feeding tubes such as Duo-Tube, Entriflex and Keofeed; Method of inserting a feeding tube; Tips on providing good after-care. INSETS: When are feeding tubes needed?;Finding the right tube feeding formula.


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