Tube Feeding

Tube-feeding is the insertion of a Ryles’ tube to the gastrointestinal tract to assist feeding. It may be inserted through the nose, mouth or specific sites at the stomach and intestinal tract. Tube-feeding may be required in various cases such as stroke that affects the ability to swallow, sedated/unconscious individuals, gastrointestinal surgeries or as an assistance in feeding cases where oral route and/or swallowing proves difficult.

As the Ryles’ tube is a specialized medical equipment, great care is needed for its maintenance and its usage in dietary intake, which will strictly involves the use of Oral Nutritional Supplement (ONS).

Nutrition Consultation

1. Personalized and individualized approach for your specific lifestyle and conditions
2. Disease-specific dietary adjustment
3. Disease-specific choices and indications of ONS
4. Quality and pricing of ONS

Supporting & Its Improvement

1. Goals, motivation and expectation of improvement
2. Understanding disease-specific physiological view and its possible medical complications
3. Myth and facts surrounding the diseases-specific
4. Quality, usage and maintenance of Ryles’ tube and tube feeding
5. Cases where ONS is unapplicable
6. Resources and support for ONS obtainment

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