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A feeding tube is a device that’s inserted into your stomach through your abdomen. It’s used to supply nutrition when you have trouble eating.What are the problems with feeding tube?
A feeding tube is used for infants who do not have the strength or muscle coordination to breastfeed or drink from a bottle. There are other reasons why an infant might need a feeding tube, including: lack of weight gain or irregular weight gain patterns.What happens when you get a feeding tube?
If tube feeding is required for an extended time, then a gastric or G tube is put directly into the stomach through an opening made in the side or abdomen. This second method is sometimes called a PEG (percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy) tube. It carries risks of infection, pneumonia, and nausea.What is the purpose of a feeding tube?
A feeding tube is a medical device that is used to feed an individual who is unable to take food by mouth safely. This difficulty may be due to difficulty swallowing, an altered level of consciousness, an eating disorder, or other issues that make eating challenging.