Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube

Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube



  • Latex Free

Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube is a tube inserted through the abdomen into the stomach. It enables the caretaker and in-home patients to deliver enteral nutrition to the stomach.

Why choose Kimberly Clark Gastrostomy Tube?

  • Medical grade silicone construction
  • Clearly marked feeding, medication and balloon ports
  • Internal retention balloon
  • External retention ring
  • Recessed and tapered distal tip
  • Dual exit ports
  • 9-1/2" length

Item #DescPkg Price 
0112-14LV 14FR Each $6.50
0112-16LV 16FR Each $6.50
0112-18 18FR Each $6.50
0112-20 20FR Each $6.50
0112-24 24FR Each $6.50
0112-22 22FR Each $7.50

Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube Features

  • High-clarity medical grade silicone construction is used for visibility and drapability
  • Recessed distal tip extends the balloon beyond the distal tip at recommended fill volumes
  • Unique design of Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube decreases the potential for gastric wall irritation or erosion 
  • Clearly marked feeding, medication and balloon ports provide ease of identification
  • Tapered tip eases catheter insertion and enhances patient comfort
  • Slim design allows more air to circulate around the stoma side
  • Retention balloon holds the Kimberly Clark Gastrostomy Tube in place within the stomach and secure in the stoma tracked
  • Anti-reflux valve is located inside the feeding port where its job is to help prevent the stomach contents from leaking out when the patient is not feeding
  • When the balloon is inflated to the proper size the external portion of the tube should float just above the skin with a space about the thickness of a dime
  • Radiopaque stripe aids in catheter visualization
  • Graduated centimeter markings for tube position verification
  • Ventilated external retention ring:
  • Luer-Lok balloon inflation port:
    • Used to inflate the balloon
    • Makes it easier for one handed operation
    • Color-coded according to catheter french size for ease of identification
    • Ensure secure syringe connection (also compatible with Luer-slip syringes)
  • FDA approved and CE marked
  • Gamma sterilized

Gastrostomy Feeding Tube Parts

  • Universal feeding port connector
  • Color-coded luer-lok balloon port
  • Medication Port
  • Secur-Lok external retention ring
  • Graduated centimeter markings
  • Radioopaque stripe
  • Inflatable silicone internal retention balloon
  • Recessed and tapered distal tip
  • Dual exit ports

Every-Day Care Of Kimberly Clark Feeding Tube

  • To prolong the Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube life and help prevent infection at the stoma site be sure to maintain the cleanliness of the feeding tube and the skin around the stoma
  • Remember to clean the anti-reflux valve to keep it functioning properly
  • A cotton-tipped applicator works well to clean the extension set immediately after each use
  • Wash Kimberly Clark G tube in warm soapy water, rinse and allow to air-dry

Kimberly Clark G tube Specifications

Item #Outer DiameterBalloon VolumeColor
0112-14LV14Fr3-5 ml BalloonKimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube_Green
0112-16LV16Fr3-5 ml BalloonKimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube_Orange
0112-1818Fr7-10 ml BalloonKimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube_Red
0112-2020Fr7-10 ml BalloonKimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube_Yellow
0112-2222Fr7-10 ml BalloonKimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube_Purple
0112-2424Fr7-10 ml BalloonKimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube_Blue

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Is the Kimberly Clarke gastrostomy tube similar to a PEG tube?
Nerissa - 8/19/2019 6:42:46 PM
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PEG is the opening that connects the feeding tube on the outside of the body to the stomach or intestine on the inside. PEG: PEG specifically describes a long G-tube placed by endoscopy, and stands for percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy. Sometimes the term PEG is used to describe all G-tubes.
Customer Care - 8/20/2019 7:13:33 AM
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Do you need a prescription to  buy  this stomach feeding tube for a patient living in the Philippines. I am interested in buying 2 units of stock no. 0112-22
Elvie - 3/28/2018 5:04:13 PM
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"No, you do not need a doctor's prescription to purchase the Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube from our website "
Customer Care - 6/20/2018 7:50:42 AM
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What does anti-reflux valve do?
Vicky - 3/8/2017 7:40:27 AM
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Anti-reflux valve of Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube is located inside the feeding port. There its job is to help prevent the stomach contents from leaking out when the patient is not feeding.
Customer Care - 9/18/2017 5:59:22 AM
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do I need a dr to prescribe this or can I just order it, husband has been doing his own for several years
Patricia Mosley - 10/18/2016 9:01:02 AM
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No, you do not need Dr. prescription to order Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube.
Customer care - 9/18/2017 6:00:03 AM
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How often do I have to Change the Balloon?  Is it sold Separately?

Any other accessory that need  to be replaced ?

Afework - 9/4/2015 10:20:05 PM
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Silicone balloons may last several months, but the life span of the balloon can be affected by various factors such as medication, gastric pH, infection and tube care. Unfortunately, we do not sell balloon separately for Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube.
Customer Service - 9/18/2017 6:01:09 AM