Dale NasoGastric Tube Holder

Dale NasoGastric Tube Holder

Brand/Manufacturer: DALE

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Dale NasoGastric Tube Holder is ideal for holding nasogastric feeding and aspiration tubes, such as, salem sump tubes, levin stomach tubes, nasoenteric feeding tubes, and nasogastric intestinal tubes. Its skin-friendly adhesive stays in place for extended periods, yet is easy to remove. The unique dual interlocking tabs spiral around the nasogastric tube ensuring superior tube security.

Dale NasoGastric Tube Holder Highlights

  • Non-adhering plastic tips on tabs make removal safe and easy without scissors
  • Prevents nasal irritation, erosion or necrosis
  • Helps prevent inadvertent dislocation or removal of tube

Note: Prescription can be emailed or faxed to 1.203.616.2851. To email please: Click Here

Item #DescPkg Price 
160 One Size Fits Most Each $0.54
$3.99
$2.15
160 One Size Fits Most 50/Case $25.75
$139.99
$102.99

Why choose NasoGastric Tube Holder by Dale?

  • Unique dual interlocking tabs that spiral around the nasogastric tube to ensure security
  • Nose pad stretches and conforms to various nose shapes
  • No cutting required means no fear of accidentally cutting tube
  • Can secure two tubes at the same time
  • Easy to use
  • Latex free

What to buy with Dale NasoGastric Tube Holder?


How to use Dale NasoGastric Tube Holder?

  • After tube is in place, cleans tube and nose with alcohol wipe
  • Peel holder completely from liner, starting at nose pad. Apply nose pad to nose
  • Choose tab closest to tube and begin to tightly wrap the tube in a spiraling fashion
  • Wrap remaining tab using same spiraling method
  • To remove simply use the non-adherent tips to unwrap tabs from tube

Clinical Advantages of NasoGastric Tube Holder by Dale

  • Eliminates skin breakdown and tape allergies that can compromise patient care - Eliminates the trauma of repeated applications
  • Ideal for use with delicate skin conditions
  • Facilitates the use of oxygen therapy
  • Reduces need of skin irritating soaps for adhesive removal
  • Easy to apply, one person can apply, no need to search for other supplies
  • Long lasting and dependable adherence avoids slippage and complications
  • Enhances recovery by assuring a secure, comfortable fit while maintaining tube placement
  • Increases patient comfort
  • Reduces risk of clinical complications and associated health care costs
  • Security of placement reduces nasal ulceration and nasopharyngeal irritation
  • Secure placement reduces risk of aspiration
  • Prevents nasal irritation, erosion or necrosis by centering tube
  • Increases patient confidence and sense of security with tube placement
  • Reduces risk nosocomial infection
  • Easy application promotes patient comfort while ensuring secure tube placement
  • Complies with glove use and is easy to manipulate while wearing gloves
  • Prevents complication that can increase length of hospital stay
  • Reduces caregiver time

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how long a feeding tube holder can be used? I want buy some holder for a patient in 1 year. I don't know how many it is needed.

haihong - 8/1/2015 9:09:45 AM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. Dale Nasogastric Tube Holders can be used up to 72 hours or 3 days maximum. They should be replaced after this. If the patient sweats excessively or has very oily skin, then the NGTH will have to be replaced sooner.

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Customer Service - 8/4/2015 9:21:48 AM