GEDSA Releases November 2017 Guidance Document Supporting ISO 80369-3, ENFit®
GEDSA’s latest guidance document introduces several new clinical recommendations that are key to successful ENFit transitions, including:
- “For accurate enteral dosing of small doses, syringe sizes of 5 mL or smaller require an ENFit Low Dose Tip (LDT) Syringe design.”
- “Transition connectors were only intended to be temporary. To ensure compatibility without the long-term use of adapters, GEDSA does not support the use of proprietary connectors or any current or proposed male to female connectors.”
- “Male ENFit connectors by design have a moat outside of the fluid path where fluid can build up. ENFit feeding tubes may be hard to keep clean. As with any feeding tube, proper tube maintenance is essential.”
NeoMed’s line of ENFit solutions complies with all three recommendations above by offering ENFit LDT syringes from 0.5 mL to 6 mL, an adapter-free system, and a cleaning tool used with our ENFit open floor hub feeding tube.
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NeoMed is excited to unveil NeoConnect® at Home™, a reusable portfolio of ENFit syringes that do not require a physician’s prescription…
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Watch this video from GEDSA to learn why…
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