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  • PEG Tubes: Uses, Placement, Complications, and More

    Isaac O. Opole, MD, PhD, is a board-certified physician specializing in geriatric medicine.He has practiced for over 15 years at the University of Kansas Medical Center where he is also a professor. Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy is a procedure in which a flexible feeding tube (called a PEG ...
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  • Due to pandemic shortages, chronically ill patients face life-and-death challenges

    Crystal Evans has been worried about bacteria growing inside the silicone tubes that connect her windpipe to the ventilator that pumps air into her lungs. Before the pandemic, the 40-year-old woman with progressive neuromuscular disease followed a strict routine: She carefully replaced the plasti...
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  • Nursing Care Of Early Enteral Nutrition And Rapid Rehabilitation After Operation For Gastric Cancer

    Nursing Care Of Early Enteral Nutrition And Rapid Rehabilitation After Operation For Gastric Cancer

    Recent studies on early enteral nutrition in patients undergoing gastric cancer surgery are described. This paper is only for reference   1. Ways, approaches and timing of enteral nutrition   1.1 enteral nutrition   Three infusion methods can be used to provide nutritional support for patients wi...
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  • Ethylene-vinyl acetate [EVA] infusion bag market: high demand for environmentally friendly materials promotes market development

    According to the report, the global ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) infusion bag market is valued at approximately US$128 million in 2019, and is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate of approximately 7% from 2020 to 2030. Increased awareness of parenteral nutrition is expected from 2020...
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  • After PICC catheterization, is it convenient to live with “tubes”? Can I still take a bath?

    In the department of hematology, “PICC” is a common vocabulary used by medical staff and their families when communicating. PICC catheterization, also known as central venous catheter placement via peripheral vascular puncture, is an intravenous infusion that effectively protects the ...
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  • About PICC tubing

    PICC tubing, or peripherally inserted central catheter (sometimes called percutaneously inserted central catheter) is a medical device that allows continuous access to the blood stream at a time for up to six months. It can be used to deliver intravenous (IV) fluids or drugs, such as antibiotics ...
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  • The key feature for Enteral feeding pump is safety of nutrient delivery

    The key feature for Enteral feeding pump is safety of nutrient delivery

    The key feature for Enteral feeding pump is safety of nutrient delivery. With the safe system, BAITONG series Enteral feeding pump can guarantee a safe nutrient delivery with the following features: 1. Comply with electromagnetic compatibility standards and medical electrical appliances safety st...
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  • Beijing L&Z Medical attended the 30th China Association of Medical Equipment Conference and Exhibition

    The 30th China Association of Medical Equipment Conference and Exhibition, sponsored by China Association of Medical Equipment, will be held in Suzhou International Expo Center from July 15 to 18, 2021. China Association of Medical Equipment Conference integrates “politics, industry, study,...
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  • Understand 3 way stopcock in one article

    Transparent appearance, increase the safety of infusion, and facilitate the observation of exhaust; It is easy to operate, can be rotated 360 degrees, and the arrow indicates the flow direction; The liquid flow is not interrupted during the conversion, and no vortex is generated, which reduces th...
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  • What is meant by “intestinal nutritional intolerance” in medicine?

    In recent years, the term “feeding intolerance” has been widely used clinically. As long as the mention of enteral nutrition, many medical staff or patients and their families will associate the problem of tolerance and intolerance. So, what exactly does enteral nutrition tolerance me...
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  • The precautions for enteral nutrition care

    The precautions for enteral nutrition care are as follows: 1. Ensure that the nutrient solution and infusion equipment are clean and sterile The nutrient solution should be prepared in a sterile environment, placed in a refrigerator below 4℃ for temporary storage, and used up within 24 hours. The...
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  • The difference and choice between enteral nutritio

    1. Classification of clinical nutritional support Enteral nutrition (EN) is a way to provide nutrients needed for metabolism and various other nutrients through the gastrointestinal tract. Parenteral nutrition (parenteral nutrition, PN) is to provide nutrition from the vein as the nutritional sup...
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