Enteral Feeding Guide - How to Tube Feed a Patient?
Are you feeling overwhelmed to administer meals to your loved one through a feeding tube? HPFY has the guidance you need on how to tube feed patients easily.
Tube Feeding: Enteral Nutrition vs. Parenteral Nutrition
The terms enteral and parenteral look and sound alike. In reality, they mean very different things. The major difference lies in the location where the nutrition is processed. Enteral feeding resorts to the liquid food processed by the GI tract. Patients prescribed enteral feeding consume their meals via tube connecting to their stomach or small intestine.
Enteral Feeding: The What, When, and How
Enteral Feeding or tube feeding helps take nutrition via the mouth or a tube directly to the stomach or small intestine. Enteral feeding is used as a supplement. However, often it makes up their total caloric intake. Read more about enteral feed tubes at HPFY.
Learning to Use the Kimberly-Clark Gastrostomy Feeding Tube
Healthy living has become synonymous with healthy eating. The social media, print media, health journals are all full of the super foods we should eat for maintaining good health. It is all doable as long as we have the ability to orally ingest, chew and digest all those nutritious foods. What happens if we can't do that?
Top Five Feeding Tubes of 2023
Tube feeding also known as enteral nutrition is a temporary or permanent method of feeding liquid nutrients through a flexible tube for patients who cannot eat on their own.
The Top 5 Products for Neck and Shoulder Pain Relief
Neck and shoulder pain can not only be debilitating, but it can also keep you from doing what you love. We have the Top 5 products that will bring relief.
5 Ways To Manage Incontinence After Prostate Surgery
Urinary incontinence after prostate surgery is normal and gradually returns to normal over time. Luckily there are ways to manage incontinence and improve your quality of life until you regain bladder control. LEARN MORE
7 Things To Know About Lumpectomy After Care
Undergoing lumpectomy surgery for cancer treatment can be overwhelming for a woman. But with proper post-surgical care, the road to recovery can be much easier and a lot quicker. Most patients can return to a normal routine within a few weeks. READ MORE
Prolapsed Stoma: What You Should Know
A prolapsed stoma may look scary, but it can usually be fixed at home by following some simple steps. Learn all about a prolapsed stoma at HPFY.
Finding the Best Odor Eliminators for Ostomates
Does the thought of ostomy odor make you anxious, self-conscious, and constantly anxious, especially in public? You don’t have to feel that way any longer. Find the best odor eliminators for ostomates at HPFY.
5 Mistakes To Avoid While Using Adult Diapers
Using adult diapers can be more complicated than you think. To avoid common mistakes, we have all the info you need. LEARN MORE