Tube-feeding is the insertion of a Ryle's’ 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

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    Personalized and individualized approach for your specific lifestyle and conditions
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    Disease-specific dietary adjustment
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    Disease-specific choices and indications of ONS
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    Quality and pricing of ONS

Supporting & Its Improvement

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    Goals, motivation and expectation of improvement
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    Understanding disease-specific physiological view and its possible medical complications
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    Myth and facts surrounding the diseases-specific
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    Quality, usage and maintenance of Ryle's’ tube and tube feeding
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    Cases where ONS is inapplicable
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    Resources and support for ONS obtainment

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