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We're committed to providing you with the very best cancer care, and your safety continues to be a top priority. This is just one more way of ensuring your safety and that of our staff. Read more. This information will teach you how to use a pump to feed yourself and take your medications through your feeding tube.
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Frequency of Feeding Tube Changes
FAQ - Tube Feeding
If you cannot eat sufficient quantities of food to meet nutritional needs, then feeding can be given through a tube into the stomach or small bowel to provide adequate nutrients. The feedings may be given continuously over several hours, around the clock at a specific rate, and delivered by a special pump or several times a day in measured amounts. Adequate nutrition depends on the right type and amount of formula. Your healthcare provider will prescribe your feeding schedule, formula and amount of water needed for optimal nutrition and hydration. After a brain or spinal cord injury, the metabolic rate may be increased and energy and protein needs may be high to provide nutrients for healing. Muscle atrophy is also common because of decreased mobility during this time. Calorie and protein needs tend to decrease a few months after injury, so tube feedings may need to be adjusted to avoid unwanted weight gain.
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Frequently Asked Questions
GJ-tubes are placed in the stomach just like G-tubes, but a thin, long tube is threaded into the jejunal J portion of the small intestine. GJ-tubes can be a great aid for individuals with dysmotility, those who aspirate, and those who are losing a great deal of calories due to vomiting, but are not good candidates for a fundoplication. Rather than feeding into the stomach like G-tubes, GJ-tubes can be used to bypass the stomach and feed directly into the second portion of the small intestine. The gastric port can be used to give medications, vent air, drain fluids, and give feeds if appropriate and safe for the individual.
That you are a healthcare professional and are following the appropriate guidance in your country. Whether tube feeding has just been recommended for you or the person you care for, or you've been living with tube feeding at home for some time, you're likely to have some questions along the way. We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions, with answers provided by healthcare professionals. This information is for educational purposes only and is in no way intended to be a substitute for a medical consultation with your healthcare professional. The information and recommendations presented on this page are not intended to replace the care or advice given by your doctor, nurse or dietitian.