MIC-KEY* Feeding Tube Kits
Designed for the Delivery of Enteral Nutrition
MIC-KEY* G Feeding Tube for Pediatrics, Teens & Adults:
Trust MIC-KEY* G Feeding Tubes for your patients and use the most studied low-profile enteral feeding gastrostomy tube available!
Our Balloon Retained G Tube:
The need for enteral feeding can be emotionally complex and limit patients’ lifestyle choices. Traditional feeding tubes may be difficult to conceal, visible through clothing and pose increased risk of snagging and removal – all of which can make patients limit their activities.
Main Indications for Enteral Feeding for Mobile Infant, Teens & Adults 3,4,5,6
Better Jejunal Feeding with Gastric Decompression
Can be used as initial placement or replacement into an existing stoma tract
Surgical, radiologic or endoscopic placement14, 16, 18 and 22 Fr outer diameter with multiple lengths.
Quality enteral feeding products ALL under one roof.
From your smallest neonatal/pediatric patient to your largest adult patient, Halyard has you covered. We have the MOST comprehensive low-profile feeding tube portfolio on the market to meet your clinical needs.
provides for simultaneous gastric decompression drainage and delivery of enteral nutrition into the distal duodenum or proximal jejunum. It is indicated for use in patients who cannot absorb adequate nutrition through the stomach, who have intestinal motility problems, gastric outlet obstruction, severe gastroesophageal reflux, are at risk of aspiration, or in those who have had previous esophagectomy or gastrectomy. The MIC-KEY* GJ Feeding Tube sits at skin level and comes in a variety of sizes and lengths to help ensure an accurate fit.
Unobtrusive low-profile external bolster
SECUR-LOK* Connection Port
The MIC-KEY* J Feeding Tube is indicated for patients requiring jejunal feeding only, but who want an inconspicuous external segment. With an external bolster designed like the widely prescribed MIC-KEY* G Feeding Tube, specific features include:
1. iData Research Inc., U.S. Market for Gastrointestinal Endoscopic Devices, iDATA_USGI12_RPT, February 2012
2. Pubmed indexed, published in English for on-label use, searched March 2013
3. Löser Chr., et .al., ESPEN guidelines on artificial enteral nutrition-PEG. Clinical Nutrition, 2005, 24, pp 848-861.
4. Mosier M, et al, Early enteral nutrition in burns: compliance with guidelines and associated outcomes in a multicenter study. J Burn Care Res. 2011 Jan-Feb;32(1):104-9.
5. Weimann A, et al, ESPEN Guidelines on Enteral Nutrition: Surgery including organ transplantation. Clin Nutr. 2006 Apr;25(2):224-44.
6. MacLeod J BA et al, Prospective randomized control trial of intermittent versus continuous gastric feeds for critically ill trauma patients. J Trauma. 2007 Jul;63(1):57-61
1. Data on file (CLAIM 07354).
2. Data on file (CLAIM 07355).
3. Data on file (CLAIM 07356)