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MIC-KEY 12FR Low-Profile Gastrostomy Feeding Tube kit

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Mic-Key 12FR Low-Profile Gastrostomy Feeding Tube Kit is a step from conventional gastrostomy feeding tubes. Low-Profile Gastrostomy Feeding Tube is smaller than the percutaneous endoscopic gastronomy (PEG) tube. Highly popular and widely prescribed, the Mic-Key is discreet and easy to conceal, making it an ideal feeding tube for virtually all individuals.

What does Mickey Gastrostomy Feeding Tube Include?

  • One MIC-KEY extension set with SECUR-LOK right angle connector and 2 port Y and clamp 12 inches length (for continuous feeding) 
  • One MIC-KEY Low-Profile Feeding Tube
  • One MIC-KEY bolus extension set with cath tip, SECUR-LOK straight connector, and clamp 12 inches in length (for bolus feeding)
  • (1) 6 mL syringe
  • (4) gauze pads
  • (1) 35 mL catheter tip syringe
  • (1) Patient care guide
  • (1) User Manual

Mic-Key Low-Profile Feeding Tube Features

  • Mic-Key Gastrostomy Feeding Tube is latex free and sterile
  • Less cumbersome than conventional gastrostomy tubes for active patients
  • High clarity medical grade silicone construction, designed for visibility and drapability
  • A low-profile design makes it unobtrusive and easier to conceal
  • Tapered distal tip recessed at a recommended fill volume
  • Inflatable silicone internal retention balloon reduces patient trauma experienced with obturated devices
  • Proximal anti-reflux valve
  • Ventilated secure-lok ring, the external retention mechanism designed to allow air to circulate around the stoma site and reduce tube pressure 360º from the sides of the stoma wall
  • Radiopaque stripe
  • Patented universal connector, designed to preserve tube life and minimize unintentional disconnects
  • Single-Use
  • Balloon volume: 5ml

Benefits of Mickey Button G Tube

  • High clarity medical grade silicone construction
  • Designed for visibility and drapability
  • Patented universal connector
  • Designed to preserve tube life
  • Minimize unintentional disconnects
  • Inflatable internal retention balloon
  • Proximal anti-reflux valve

What to buy with Mickey Button Feeding Tube


When to use Mic-Key Gastrostomy Feeding Tube 12FR?

They are indicated for use in patients who require enteral feeding, are unable to tolerate oral feeding, require gastric decompression and/or medication delivery directly into either the stomach, distal to the stomach, distal duodenum, or proximal jejunum (tube types vary from G, J, TJ/ GJ & GE depending on what medical professional has prescribed/placed).


How to Clean Mic-Key Low Profile Gastrostomy Feeding Tube?

  • Wash hands before touching the G-tube
  • The MIC-KEY low-profile feeding tube and the skin around and under the tube should be cleaned once a day. Cleaning can be done with water, mild soap, and tissues or cotton-tip applicators.
  • Keep the tube and the skin around the tube (stoma) clean and dry
  • Rotate the MIC-KEY gastrostomy tube in a full circle during the daily cleaning. Make sure not to pull or manipulate the tube more than necessary.

Note: The extension set should be replaced at least once every two weeks for better functionality and hygiene.


Contraindications of Mickey Button For Adults

Contraindications for placement of a feeding tube include but are not limited to ascites, colonic interposition, portal hypertension, peritonitis, and morbid obesity.


FAQs About Mic-Key Low Profile Gastrostomy Feeding Tube

What is a low-profile G-tube?

A feeding tube directly provides fluids, nutrition, and medications to the small intestine. It sits close to the skin and is discreet.

What is the difference between a PEG tube and a MIC-KEY gastrostomy button?

The products perform the same function, which is enteral feeding. The MIC-KEY Low-Profile G-Tube sits unobtrusively at the level of the skin, whereas a PEG tube hangs loosely from the patient's abdomen.

How often should the MIC-KEY be replaced?

It is recommended that the MIC-KEY low-profile G-tube be replaced at least once every three months.

Does rotating the tube hurt?

No. Rotating the tube should not hurt. If it does, contact a healthcare professional.

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