AMT Enteral Products
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We Carry The Following:
Mini One Balloon G Tubes (Legacy and Enfit Styles)
8-xxxx- MiniONE® Feeding Set, Purple Adapter
8-0211, 8-0211-ISOSAF, 8-1211, 8-1211-ISOSAF, 8-1221, 8-1221-ISOSAF, 8-1255, 8-1255-H, 8-1255-ISOSAF, 8-2411, 8-2411-ISOSAF,8-2421, 8-2421-ISOSAF, 8-2455, 8-2455-H, 8-2455-ISOSAF
8-xxx2- MiniONE® Feeding Set, Clear Y-Port Adapter
8-0212, 8-0212-ISOSAF, 8-0222, 8-0222-ISOSAF, 8-1212,8-1212-ISOSAF, 8-1222, 8-1222-ISOSAF, 8-2422, 8-2422-ISOSAF
6-xxxx- Mini Feeding Sets w/Purple Adapter
6-0211, 6-0211-ISOSAF, 6-1211, 6-1211-ISOSAF, 6-1221, 6-1221-
ISOSAF, 6-2411, 6-2411-ISOSAF, 6-2421, 6-2421-ISOSAF
6-xxx2- Mini Feeding Sets w/Clear Y-Port Adapter
6-0212, 6-0212-ISOSAF, 6-1212, 6-1212-ISOSAF, 6-1222, 6-1222-H,
6-1222-ISOSAF, 6-2422, 6-2422-ISOSAF
Enfit syringes and adaptors
TRN101 Male ENFit Adapter 10
TRN102 ENFit to Christmas Tree 10
TRN201 Female ENFit Adapter 10
TRN202 Bolus to Female ENFit 10
TRN203 Y-Port to Female ENFit 10
TRN204 RdgMd YPort to Female ENFit 10
TSD0406-10 AMT CINCH 10
TSD0406-10 AMT CINCH 50
Enfit Syringe 12 ml is part number b1848 and cost
Enfit syringe 35 ml is part number b1849 and cost $1.80 each.
1704 Non guidewire compatible Balloon stoma measuring device
1804 Guidewire compatible balloon stoma measuring device
What is a G Tube?
A gastrostomy tube (also called a G-tube) is a tube inserted through the abdomen (into the stomach and small intestine) that delivers nutrition directly to the stomach.
This tube is used to vent your child's stomach for air or drainage, and/or to give your child an alternate way for feeding. You will use the J-tube to feed your child.
It's one of the ways doctors can make sure kids with trouble eating get the fluid and calories they need to grow.
Enteral nutrition can be obtained through either a gastrostomy tube (G-tube) or a jejunostomy tube (J- tube).
G-tube feeding can be done at regular mealtimes, called “bolus feeding”, or given slowly over a period of several hours using the “gravity or drip method” or “pump controlled method.”