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Nasogastric feeding tube placement and maintenance you are certainly aware of the need to avoid misc

Dear Clinician,

If you are involved in nasogastric feeding tube placement and maintenance you are certainly aware of the need to avoid misconnections! That is exactly why ISO 83069–3 (commonly known as ENFit® from GEDSA) is being implemented nationwide. Perhaps as you implement that change you can use the opportunity to also enhance the placement of those tubes. RightSpot® pH Indicators are OSHA Compliant by reducing clinician and environmental exposure of both bloodborne pathogens and bodily fluids. It’s housing provides for closed specimen collection, testing, reporting, and disposal. Both FDA Cleared and CLIA Waived to confirm the placement of tubes intended to end in the stomach. This is per guidelines by major organizations such as ASPEN, ENA, AACN, CHA, and PSMF. Use of RightSpot® pH Indicators confirm tube placement is not post pyloric, esophageal, nor pleural. For convenience actual hospital protocols are available. The Validation with pH moniker: pH First, if indicated X-ray, when appropriate Auscultation Never To learn more and get a free sample, if you will be attending ASPEN22 (March 26-28, 2022), visit us at CDC Booth #414 (across from the ASPEN Booth!). If you are not attending simply contact me directly or visit our website at https://rightbiometrics.com/.




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