Feeding catheter for premature babies /nasogastric tube/, pediatric

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Feeding tube

Cat. No. 54006; 54008; 540010


  • Soft and flexible probe made of PVC with cap
  • Closed distal end (deaf canal) with two lateral openings
  • Radiopaque thread marked every 1 cm starting 5 cm from tip to 40 cm
  • Length: 48 cm
  • Sterile
  • Packaging: Individually packed and 100 pcs. /box/

 REGULATION (EU) 2017/745

Назогастрална сонда

A feeding catheter for premature babies, also known as a nasogastric tube, is a thin, flexible medical device used to provide nutrition to infants who are unable to feed orally. The tube is inserted through the nose and into the stomach, bypassing the mouth and throat, and is used to deliver formula, breast milk, or other forms of nutrition directly to the infant's stomach. Feeding catheter are commonly used in neonatal intensive care units for premature babies or for infants with medical conditions that make oral feeding difficult or impossible. Pediatric nasogastric tubes are sized specifically for use in children, taking into account their smaller anatomy and ensuring a proper fit. The use of a nasogastric tube allows the infant to receive the necessary nutrition while avoiding the risks associated with oral feeding.