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Helps decrease likelihood of rehospitalization


higher rehospitalization rate over 30 days when not using automated hydration.1

Aids in reduction of nursing time


decrease in workload daily.2

Supports fewer tube occlusions reduction

Automated hydration is the most effective way to prevent tube clogging.4,5

Facilitates cost reduction

More than


saved on average per patient, per year.3

Hydration: An Essential Component
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Flush Now: The Use of Technology to Prevent Occlusions in Jejunal Feeding Tubes – A Pilot Evaluation


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1. Nadeau B, Tordella J. The role of automated flushing in decreased 30-day rehospitalization rates. Poster presented at: ASPEN’s Clinical Nutrition Week; Feb 2017; Orlando, FL.
2. Nadeau B, Weissbrod R, Trierweiler-Hauke B. Flush now: The use of technology to prevent occlusions in jejunal feeding tubes – a pilot evaluation. Poster presented at: ESPEN Congress; Sep 2017; The Hague, The Netherlands.
3. Torres R, Nadeau W, Saunders R. Does automating water flushes impact the care costs of enteral nutrition therapy? Poster presented at: ESPEN Congress; Sep 2018; Madrid, Spain.
4. Parrish, C. R. Clogged feeding tubes: A clinician’s thorn. Practical Gastroenterology. 2014; 1-16.
5. Boullata, J. I., Carrera, A. L., Harvey, L., Hudson L., McGinnis C., Wessel J. J., Guenter, P. ASPEN Safe practices for enteral nutrition therapy. Journal of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. 2017; 41(1), 15-103.