Enteral Drainage and Decompression

Innovative Solutions for Exceptional Care

Our Enteral Drainage & Decompression solutions feature state-of-the-art products created solely for enteral use.

Designed specifically for enteral drainage, the closed Enteral Drainage System can replace makeshift drainage products, while helping to prevent caregiver and patient exposure to gastric contents.

The Farrell Valve System features a channel to continuously decompress the stomach — allowing the stomach to fill at its own pace.

HALYARD* Enteral Drainage System

Drainage Bag and Tubing Eliminate Need for Makeshift Drainage Devices

Designed specifically for the evacuation of gastric contents, the HALYARD* Enteral Drainage System includes a drainage bag and connective tubing. The drainage bag, which is designed to conveniently hang from the side of the bed with a hanger, can be reused multiple times within a 24-hour period and may help prevent contamination.

DRAINAGE – DONE RIGHT!

Halyard Health believes in using the right tool for the job. That’s why we are pleased to provide you with the HALYARD* Enteral Drainage System, a alosed system that allows drainage of gastrointestinal tract contents from patients utilizing an enteral device.

INNOVATION – DONE RIGHT!

1- Large 18 Fr Tubing
Large (18Fr) tubing designed to facilitate gastric drainage

2- Bedside Hanger
Conveniently hangs bag from side of bed
Allows bag to be hung on bed, which may prevent contamination of system

3- ENFit® Connectors
Allows for a secure connection to extension tubing
Compliant with ISO Standard 80369-3

PATIENT CARE – DONE RIGHT!

The HALYARD* Enteral Drainage System replaces the need for makeshift drainage products while helping to prevent caregiver and patient exposure to gastric contents. Gastric venting using the HALYARD* Enteral Drainage System may help alleviate the debilitating symptoms of gastroparesis, nausea and vomiting in patients with poor gastric motility, pain and bloating.

Designed to hang off side of bed
Drain as often as needed in 24-hour period

The Enteral Drainage System is a CLOSED SYSTEM. The closed system helps prevent caregiver and patient exposure to gastric contents.

DESIGN – DONE RIGHT!

The HALYARD* Enteral Drainage System:

  • Designed specifically for enteral drainage
  • Eliminates the need for non-enteral drainage products such as urinary bags
  • Clear tubing allows for visualization of gastric contents

Can be used with any type of ENFit® Feeding Tube:

  • NG/NI
  • G
  • PEG
  • J
  • G-J
  • Low Profile Balloon G-Tubes

FARRELL* Valve System

A Closed Decompression System for Enteral Feeding Patients

The FARRELL* Valve System is a closed reservoir system intended to allow the evacuation of excess gas and drainage/collection of enteral feeding formula and gastrointestinal tract contents from patients utilizing an enteral device.

  • The bag is vented to allow the escape of gas, while also providing a container to retain excess formula in a closed system.
  • The FARRELL* Valve provides a channel to constantly decompress the stomach, allowing the stomach to fill at its own pace.
  • The closed overflow reservoir prevents caregiver exposure to gastric contents.

The system features EQUILIBRIUM TECHNOLOGY™ and ENFIT™ Enteral Connectors

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