Learn how to take care of a feeding tube appropriately before formulation of granulation tissue and what to do, if it has formed
Every newborn with diaphragmatic hernia needs artificial nutrition via a tube. Luckily your child can overcome tube dependency and the fear of eating.
Learn important things every parent should know about tube feeding: when it’s time to finish tube feeding.
Read about gastrostomy tubes, before tube placement preparations, placement methods, aftercare and maintenance.
This article is aimed to highlight both the positive and negative effects that can result from tube feeding.
In this article you will learn more about Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease (GERD) and how it can be treated.
At NoTube we frequently work with children who suffer from genetic disorders, but even children with severe genetic syndromes can learn to eat.
Tube dependency is considered as one of the most common side effect of enteral feeding. Find out other side effects in this article.
Our inforgraphic shows the statistics on type and duration of tube use, side effects of tube feeding and signs of tube dependence.
Read the most common concerns encountered by parents of tube-fed infants.