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Kimberly-Clark MIC Gastrostomy Feeding Tube

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Item# Description Pkg reward$ Price Blank
Item #: 0100-16LV
16FR, Pediatric, MIC Gastrostomy Tube
Item #: 0100-18
18FR, Adult, MIC Gastrostomy Tube
Item #: 0100-20
20FR, Adult, MIC Gastrostomy Tube
Item #: 0100-22
22FR, Adult, MIC Gastrostomy Tube
Item #: 0100-24
24FR, Adult, MIC Gastrostomy Tube

Kimberly-Clark MIC Gastrostomy Tube provides enteral nutrition to the stomach and fulfills the nutrition requirements of patients who have difficulties swallowing food. It is constructed with medical-grade silicone, and the tapered distal tip allows for easy insertion of the catheter. Secur-Lok external retention ring allows air to circulate around the stoma site.

4 Reasons To Buy Kimberly Clark Feeding Tube

  1. Secur-Lok external retention ring
  2. Universal feeding port connector
  3. Built-in medication port
  4. Tapered distal tip

Features of Kimberly Clark Feeding Tubes

  • This Kimberly Clark Feeding Tube has a universal connector design that helps provide a secure connection
  • MIC Gastrostomy Tube minimizes unintentional disconnects and preserves tube life
  • Clearly marked feeding, medication, and balloon ports provide ease of identification
  • Ventilated Secur-Lok external retention ring:
    • Allows air circulation around the stoma
    • Maintains optimal stoma health
    • Reduces tube pressure 360 degrees from sides of stoma wall
    • Helps prevent tube migration
  • Inflatable internal retention balloon reduces patient trauma experienced with obturated devices
  • Luer-Lok balloon port ensures secure syringe connection and makes it easier for one-handed operation
  • Single use
  • Balloon Volume:
    • Pediatric: 3ml to 5ml
    • Adult: 7ml to 10ml

Benefits of Kimberly Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube

  • MIC Gastrostomy Tube extends the balloon beyond the distal tip at recommended fill volumes to decrease the potential for gastric wall irritation or erosion
  • Tapered distal tip eases insertion for better patient comfort
  • Radiopaque stripe of Kimberly Clark Feeding Tube aids in catheter visualization
  • Graduated centimeter markings ensure that the tube is in the correct position
  • Designed to deliver optimal performance and value
  • The medical-grade silicone tube material is bio compatible and flexible
  • The round skin disk is easily adjusted to maintain the correct tube position
  • Open-end feeding port at the distal end permits optimal flow
  • Large single port fits irrigation-tip syringes
  • FDA-approved and CE marked
  • MIC Feeding Tube is gamma sterilized
  • Natural rubber latex-free
  • Sterile

Note: 0100-12LV comes with Non-Recessed Distal Tip while all others come with Recessed Distal Tip

What to buy with Kimberly Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube

Cleaning Instructions for Kimberly Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube

  • To prolong the feeding tube life and help prevent infection at the stoma site be sure to maintain the cleanliness of the feeding tube.
  • Along with the cleanliness of the feeding tube, the cleanliness of the skin around the stoma is also important.
  • A cotton-tipped applicator works well to clean the extension set immediately after each use.
  • Wash the feeding tube in warm soapy water, rinse and allow it to air-dry.

FAQ About Kimberly Clark Feeding Tube

1. Can patients talk with a feeding tube?

During nasal feeding tube placement, the patient is usually awake as the tube is threaded through the nose and down the throat into the stomach, duodenum, or intestine. The doctor will lubricate the passageway and go over the procedure while talking to the patient.

2. What is a mic gastrostomy tube?

The ENTERAL or MIC Balloon Gastrostomy tube (or G-tube) connects the inside of your stomach to the outside, allowing you to receive the food and fluids you require.

3. What causes feeding tube blockage?

Clogged feeding tubes can be caused by a variety of factors, including a narrow tube diameter, insufficient water flushes, and a lack of attention to proper medication administration, as many clinicians are all too familiar with.

4. What is the difference between a nasogastric tube and a gastrostomy tube?

Gastrostomy tubes, often known as G tubes or PEG tubes, are small tubes that go straight into the stomach via the abdominal wall. Nasogastric tubes (NG tubes) are thin, flexible tubes that are placed into the nose and go down the esophagus to the stomach.


Code  Diameter  Tube Tip Type
0100-12LV 12 Tapered Distal Tip
0100-14LV 14 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-16LV 16 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-18 18 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-20 20 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-22 22 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-24 24 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-26 26 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-28 28 Recessed Distal Tip
0100-30 30 Recessed Distal Tip


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