The Enteral Feeding Pump provides feeding and flushing in a completely portable device. The Enteral Feeding pump assures clinicians of accurate and reliable function while providing patients with freedom and mobility. It delivers consistent and reliable enteral nutrition and hydration while patients are on the go.
The compact, lightweight construction is ideal for use by all ages requiring home or ambulatory care. An easy, intuitive interface ensures accurate and reliable delivery of preset volumes. New ambulatory-specific feeding and feed/slush set design assists in ensuring proper set-up and formula administration.
- Increased Accuracy: The enteral feeding pump accuracy is +/- 7% making enteral feeding even safer
- Rubber over mold: Makes the Enteral feeding pump more durable and shock resistant.
- Easy to use power source: Allows the user to very easily plug and unplug the Enteral feeding pump
- High IPX Rating: The Enteral feeding pump has a high waterproof rating making it even easier to clean between uses
- Ease of Use: The Enteral feeding pump “ATM style” interface guides the user through programming
- Pump Set Based Program: Pump set based programming allows the Enteral feeding pump to be used in any setting
- 72-Hour History: The 72-hour memory on the Enteral feeding pump informs the user how much formula has been infused over any given period of time
- DEHP-Free Pump Sets: All sets are 100% DEHP Free (and 100% phthalate free)
- Anti-Free Flow Pump Sets: All Enteral feeding pump Sets have an AFF (Anti Free Flow) device
- Multiple Languages: The Enteral feeding pump is programmed in 15 languages
- Memory: The “Keep or Clear” settings on the Enteral feeding pump have the ability to remember the programmed data indefinitely
- KTO allows the pump to deliver very small amounts of fluid while not actively feeding. It delivers very little nutrition while keeping the feeding tube patent
- Continuous or Intermittent Feeding: The intermittent option feeds periodically throughout the day. Simply enter the bolus rate, the number of boluses to be delivered, the amount of the boluses and how often.