CORGRIP NG/NI Tube Retention System & Convenience Kits

Preventing Inadvertent Feeding Tube Removal

CORGRIP NG/NI Tube Retention System & Convenience Kits

Inadvertent dislodgement of feeding tubes has been reported with a prevalence of up to 63%. Feeding tube securement techniques have been used in clinical practice for than two decades and the use of feeding tube retention systems can:

  • Result in a decrease in unnecessary X-rays for replacement procedures
  • Prevent discomfort and potential trauma from repeated procedures

CORGRIP* Nasogastric/Nasointestinal Tube Retention System can:

  • Lower the risk of patients undergoing replacement procedures
  • Reduce facility costs as a result of improved patient outcomes related to continuous enteral therapy and fewer procedures

CORGRIP* NG/NI Tube Retention System

Keeping Feeding Tubes In Place.

Designed to prevent inadvertent removal or displacement of feeding tubes in adult patients, CORGRIP* Nasogastric/Nasointestinal Tube Retention System is indicated for use with enteral feeding tubes of 8 FR and greater and NG decompression, suction and drainage tubes up to 18 FR.

Use of the CORGRIP* system can increase a patient’s caloric intake and may help to avoid unnecessary escalation to percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy feeding or intravenous nutrition.

The CORGRIP* System components include:

  • Water-soluble Lubricant
  • White Retrieval Catheter
  • Yellow Retrieval Catheter
  • Opening Device
  • SSL* (Slot-Slide-Lock) Camp


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