MIC* Jejunostomy Tube

Surgically Placed for Jejunal Feeding

The MIC* Jejunostomy Feeding Tube is indicated for patients requiring jejunal feeding.  It is surgically placed directly into the small bowel, utilizing the Witzel Tunnel technique for secure placement and to help minimize leakage.  Featuring a large 9 French internal diameter to help prevent clogging, specific features include:

  • Medical-Grade Silicone Construction
  • Trimmable Distal Tip
  • Suture Wings
  • Large 9 French Internal Diameter
  • Radiopaque Stripe

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