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Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube

Complication rates associated with traction removal of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tubes

There are three enteral feeding specialist nurses at LTHT, two at Band 6 and one at Band 7. There were changes in the team over the period the data were collected; however, there was no correlation...

Enteral feeding tubes: an overview of nursing care

An enteral feeding tube is one that allows feed to be administered via a tube directly into the stomach or the small bowel (Druml et al, 2016). It is used in individuals who have functioning guts but...

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