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WHAT IS ENTERAL FEEDING?
FEEDING ADMINISTERED THROUGH THE STOMACH, DUODENUM, OR JEJUNUM THROUGH A TUBE INSERTED IN NOSE OR ABDOMINAL WALL
WHAT DEGREE SHOULD CLIENT BE IN FOR ENTERAL FEEDING?
30-45 DEGREES
WHAT ARE STEPS FOR ADMINISTERING ENTERAL FEEDING (BOLUS FEEDING)?
1.CLIENT 30-45 DEGREES
2.LISTEN TO BOWEL SOUNDS
3.FORMULA SHOULD BE ROOM TEMP
4.CONFIRM PLACEMENT
5.CHECK RESIDUAL VOLUME
6.FLUSH WITH WATER
7.FILL TUBE WITH FORMULA
8.LET FLOW BY GRAVITY
9.REFILL BEFORE TUBE EMPTIES
10 INSTILL 50ML AFTER FEEDING IS DONE
HOW LONG SHOUD CLIENT BE ELEVATED AFTER FEEDING?
30 MINUTES
WHEN SHOULD TUBING AND BAG BE REPLACED FOR ENTERAL FEEDING USING A FEEDING BAG?
USUALLY 24 HOURS
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU CHECK RESIDUAL VOLUME?
BEFORE FEEDING AND EVERY 4 HOURS
HOW MUCH RESIDUAL VOLUME WOULD CAUSE TUBE FEEDING TO BE STOPPED?
150ML OR ONE HALF OF THE PREVIOUS VOLUME IN THE STOMACH
HOW OFTEN SHOULD YOU FLUSH TUBE?
EVERY 4 HOURS
NAME SOME ASSESSMENTS YOU SHOULD DO FOR PATIENTS RECIEVING TUBE FEEDINGS?
ASSESS FOR?
EDEMA
DEHYDRATION
INTAKE/OUTPUT
HYPERGLCEMIA
WEIGHT
WHAT ARE SOME COMPLICATIONS OF ENTERAL FEEDING?
DIARRHEA
INFECTION OF OSTOMY SITE
NAUSEA
VOMITING
HYPERGLYCEMIA
TUBE DISLOGEMENT
HOW DO YOU CHECK FOR PLACEMENT IN ENTERAL FEEDING?
RADIOAGRAPHY
RESIDUAL VOLUME
60 ML OF AIR
HOW LONG SHOULD PARENTERAL NUTRITION BE GIVEN TO PATIENT?
FOR UP TO 14 DAYS
WHAT IS PARENTERAL NUTRITION?
NUTRITION THROUGH CENTRAL OR PERIPHERAL INTRAVENOUS CATHETER
WHAT IS TPN?
FEEDING USING A CENTRAL VEIN
COMPLICATIONS OF PARENTERAL FEEDING?
FLUID OVERLOAD
REFEEDING SYNDROME
PULMONARY EDEMA
HEART FAILURE
SEPSIS