Enteral Feeding (infection Control Elements).
Enteral feeding is a method of artificially feeding patients and is carried out both in Hospital and Community settings where patients are unable to take food orally or who do not take in a sufficient oral amount to meet their nutritional requirements.
Enteral feeding is delivered in a number of ways using different tubes each of which presents a risk of infection.
- Methods of administrating enteral feeding
- Sources of contamination and infection in a feeding system
- Storage, reconstitution and administration of enteral feeds
- Care of feeding tubes and stoma sites
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