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


July 17, 2018 in DH Patient Experience, Digestive Health

Why MIC-KEY* Feeding Tubes?

MIC-KEY* feeding tubes can provide your patients the “cap it and go" option(1) that many patients demand. Enteral feeding can make feeding tube consumers feel limited in their lifestyle choices(1).…
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July 16, 2018 in Continuing Education, DH Patient Experience, DH Safety and Prevention, RH Patient Experience, RH Safety and Prevention

Other Techniques to Help Reduce ICU Length of Stay

Training staff in critical care and mental health may also help clinicians recognize ICU delirium and to successfully communicate with traumatized family members. This training also may help staff to…
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July 16, 2018 in Digestive Health

DH/RH Continuing Education

Nurses play an important role in the continuous care and monitoring of chronically ill patients. They often collaborate with other members of the clinical team to develop appropriate treatments and…
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