Nutrisafe2 PUR Feeding Tube

PUR nasogastric feeding tube with closed tip and two lateral eyes

closed tip with stylet and two lateral eyes, PUR, x-ray opaque nasogastric feeding tube for Nutrisafe2.

Commercial Code: N/A

About Product

Polyurethane gastro-duodenal feeding tubes with radiopaque line and 2 lateral eyes –

– Markings every centimetre from 5 to 75 cm.
– The Nutrisafe 2 connection features a purple colour and specific dimensions so that connecting Nutrisafe 2 to a standard Luer 6% fitting is not possible. Consequently, accidental misconnections between parenteral drugs / solutions and enteral drugs / solutions (particularly in stress situations) are avoided and the right administration route is respected.
– Colour-coded obturator according to diameter.

This product is also available in length 75 cm: codes 1363.xxxx (see the corresponding technical file).

Length 125 cm for codes 1362.xxx1 (closed end) and for codes 1362.xxx2 (open end), with a stylet which makes the tube slightly more rigid to facilitate the placement of the tube.

UOI Units: Box

UOI: 25

Contains Latex: No

Contains DEHP: No

Pyrogen Free: No

Sterile Medical Device: Yes

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