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Understanding enteral nutrition

Enteral feeding is a form of nutritional support when a patient with a working digestive system is unable to eat or drink. Food is administered via a tube through the nose or a stoma placed into the stomach or small intestine.

Enteral nutrition is widely used as it's simpler and more substantial than parenteral nutrition (i.e. nutrition administered via a drip).

With expertise from brands like Isosource, Novasource and Peptamen we are able to provide science-based, clinically proven enteral nutritional solutions to meet the needs of a wide range of patients, from short- to long-term care both in hospital and at home.

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