Samuel Scheer has lived and worked in Austria, China, the Philippines, Singapore, South Africa, Switzerland and the United States. He has gained extensive work experience around the globe, leading the redesign of a hardware store in a rural area of South Africa and having overseen electric plant operations in Singapore and the Philippines. Furthermore, he has advised medical service companies on improving sales in the U.S. and worked in the Non-Profit Sector for a major business symposium in Switzerland. He holds a Master in business administration from the University of St. Gallen. Samuel Scheer is one of NoTube’s co-founders and responsible for its long-term strategic development.
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At NoTube, we’ve had an eventful year in 2016. Most significantly, we now feel even closer to our little patients than ever before. This is due to our new therapy center that enables us to welcome families from all over the world in Graz. This is the story of how this therapy center came to be and what we have learnt from operating it for the past year.
This post is the second of a 4 post series in which I share what I learnt from consuming all my nutrition by feeding tube for a week in order to better understand what families of tube-fed children have to go through.
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to be tube fed? Samuel Scheer, our CEO, asked himself exactly this question and decided to have a nasogastric tube inserted for seven days.
Useful tips for choosing clothes when you have a child with a feeding tube.
Learn about what kind of food your child will be able to eat right after the tube weaning.
Our inforgraphic shows the statistics on type and duration of tube use, side effects of tube feeding and signs of tube dependence.
From a financial point of view a feeding tube produces enormous costs for either parents if they have to pay out of pocket or for their health insurance.
At NoTube, we’re proud of our 90.5 percent success rate, but we know that it’s hard to just take our word for it thus we want to give you evidence.