POST-PYLORIC FEEDING TUBES – REPLACEMENT TUBES

All-In-One Jejunal Feeding

 

All-In-One Jejunal Feeding

  • Tungsten weighting
  • Simultaneous jejunal feeding and gastric decompression
  • Soft silicone tube & retention balloon
  • Positioning depth markers
  • Multiple oppositional exit ports
  • Tapered distal tip

Eliminates the need for a 2nd procedure1!

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Separate jejunal and gastric ports

  • Simultaneous feeding and decompression
  • Residual collection through gastric port
  • Clearly marked port labels
  • Over-the-wire compatible

SECUR-LOK* Retention Ring

  • Allows air to circulate around the stoma site
  • Reduces pressure 360° around the stoma wall

 

Graduated centimeter markings for position confirmation

Standard Tube

Silicone tube drapes for more comfort and discretion.

 

 

1 Based on using MIC*, Mic-Key* TJ for initial placement versus traditional method of PEG initial placement and J tube addition in second procedure.

2 Based on 20 Fr Bard® Ponsky® PEG (ID = 12.192 Fr) & 9 Fr Jejunal Feeding/Gastric Decompressions Tube combination (ID = approx. 3 Fr). Bard and Ponsky are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of C. R. Bard, Inc. or an affiliate.

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