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Tube Feeding

There are a number of underlying clinical conditions which prevent a patient from being unable to eat and drink orally, or eat and drink enough to meet their nutritional requirements. Enteral feeding is the delivery of nutrition via a tube placed directly into the patients' gastrointestinal system, either into the stomach or small intestine. It is estimated that there are approximately 29,000 adults and children in the UK who are receiving their nutrition via an enteral feeding tube. Learn more about enteral feeding below.

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Sharing best practice on conducting remote consultations

Recorded webinars & presentations | Tube Feeding
60 mins

Nutricia Virtual Congress 2021


GI Intolerance


Enteral Feeding in ICU

Nutrition support post ICU: Guidance on continuing nutrition from ICU to recovery

Recorded webinars & presentations | Tube Feeding
1 hr 22 mins

Webinar - COVID-19: Nutritional support in the ICU

Recorded webinars & presentations | Tube Feeding
75 mins

Diabetes and Enteral Feeding


Other resources

Bolus feeding in adults: A practical guide

Downloads and Tools for Healthcare Professionals | Tube Feeding
15 mins

Enteral feeding and tube care

E-learning | Tube Feeding
2 hours

Tube feeding equipment

E-learning | Tube Feeding
70 minutes

 

 

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