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The Amsino E-1203 AMSure Enteral Gravity Feeding Set utilizes gravity to administer the feeding solutions through patients iv lines. When in a time of crisis, or even to save on cost due to pump machines or electricity, an administration bag that uses gravity can be used instead to feed the feeding formulas. Having the ability to provide these necessities without the dependency on electricity is just another reason why a gravity fed bag such as the Kangaroo Gravity Feeding Bags or the Generica Enteral Feeding Gravity Set are handy to have available as back up options if not being used primarily.
The Amsino Enteral Feeding Bags is made of a DEHP-free material, which is a flexible and soft polyvinyl that will not break or cause creases to the tube -nor will it easily wear-out from the use of formula feeding through the tube. The included ice-pouch makes it easy to keep formula cold without storing inside a refrigerator.
The Amsure 1200 mL Gravity Bag has a bore tubing which is offered in both a standard and a large size in order to accommodate the need for larger feeding volumes in order to cut down on feeding sessions or offer greater volume in minimal time. A handy feature is also the ability to label the feeding bag with the patients' information or to keep track of time to keep the next caretaker informed.
The latex-free material is a great use for a wide variety of patients, regardless of sensitivity to the material type - making it usable for most all people.
Product Features and Benefits
- Made of DEHP-Free Material
- Built In Ice Pouch
- Available In Large and Standard Bore Tubing for Flexibility
- Patient Label Space
- Natural Gravity-Fed Sessions
- Latex-Free Material
- Manufacturer: Amsino International
- Product SKU: E-1203
- Brand: AMSure
- Application: Gravity Feeding Bag Set
- Container Size: 1200 Mililliter
- Additional Information
Manufacturer Amsino International Sub Brand Amsure
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