Nutrisafe2 PVC Feeding Tube

PVC short term nasogastric feeding tube

(numbered graduations) rounded tip with two lateral eyes, DEHP free, PVC, x-ray opaque, short term (in use time up to 10 days) nasogastric feeding tube

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Nutrisafe 2 feeding tubes in PVC for enteral nutrition of neonates, infants and children with radiopaque line and closed distal tip with 2 lateral eyes.
– 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.
– Supplied with colour-coded cap.
PVC feeding tubes for short-term enteral feeding (up to 5 days).

Nutrisafe 2 feeding tubes code 364 have a length of 40 cm, code 361 a length of 50 cm, code 363 a length of 75 cm and code 362 a length of 125 cm.
– Markings every centimetre from 5 to 35 cm for codes 361, 363, 364 and from 5 to 75 cm (code 362).”

UOI Units: Box

UOI: 25

Contains Latex: No

Contains DEHP: No

Pyrogen Free: No

Sterile Medical Device: Yes

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