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DISCONTINUED Freka® PEG Gastric Set - NON-ENFit® - An ENFit® version of this product is available

Product Features


Description

  • CH9/CH15: A radio-opaque polyurethane percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube for long-term feeding.
  • CH20: A radio-opaque polyurethane percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy tube for long-term feeding or gastric decompression/drainage.
  • NPSA compliant.
 

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9Fr (Yellow)

15Fr (Blue)

20Fr (Purple)

Material

Polyurethane

Polyurethane

Polyurethane

Length

30cm

35cm

35cm

Internal diameter

1.9mm

3.6mm

5mm

External Diameter

2.9mm

4.8mm

6.6mm

Interval markings

Every 2cm
(2-16) cm

Every 2cm
(2-16) cm

Every 2cm
(2-16) cm

Radio-opaque strip

Yes

Yes

Yes



CH9/CH15: Pack Contents

  • Polyurethane gastrostomy tube with integral loop.
  • Puncture cannula with air valve.
  • Introducer cone with double thread.
  • Luer lock adapter CH9/CH15.
  • Quick release clamp.
  • External fixation plate (silicone).
  • Scapel.
  • Freka UK funnel adapter.
 

Indications

For long-term intragastric feeding.
 

Contra-indications

  • Gross ascites.
  • Peritonitis.
  • Oesophageal obstruction/varices.
  • Malignancy at anticipated puncture site.
  • Inability to pass endoscope.
  • Active gastric ulceration.
  • Clotting disorders.
  • Gross obesity.
  • Gastric outlet obstruction.
  • Pervious gastric surgery.
 

CH20: Pack Contents

  • Polyurethane gastrostomy tube with integral loop.
  • Puncture cannula with air valve.
  • Introducer cone with double thread.
  • Luer lock adapter (ID 2.9mm).
  • Funnel adapter (ID 3.8mm).
  • Universal funnel adapter.
  • Quick release clamp.
  • External fixation plate (silicone).
  • Scalpel.
 

Indications

  • For long term intragastric feeding or gastric decompression/drainage.
  • To facilitate instrument insertion or diagnostic/therapeutic purposes.
  • For replacing a short term balloon type gastrostomy in patients able to undergo endoscopy.
 

Contra-indications

  • Oesophageal obstruction/varices.
  • Malignancy at anticipated puncture site.
  • Inability to pass endoscope.
  • Gross ascites.
  • Active gastric ulceration.
  • Gross obesity.
  • Previous gastric surgery.
 

Tube care

  • Flush tube before and after feeding using the universal funnel adapter attached and preferably a 50ml syringe.
  • Use cooled boiled water to flush.
 

Administration of Medication

  • Liquid or dissolved medication should be administrated via the tube whenever possible.
  • Do not use crushed tablets.
  • Always consult a Pharmacist if there is any doubt about medicine administration.