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Enteral Care


Course Outline

The Enteral Care program encompasses theoretical understanding and practical workshops focused on managing enteral feeding methods such as nasogastric tube feeding (NGT), percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG), and percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy (PEJ). The online modules cover the anatomy of the digestive system, enteral feeding roles and responsibilities, equipment functions and maintenance, medication administration, recognising associated complications, symptoms requiring intervention, stoma care, risk awareness, and documentation procedures.

In the practical workshops, participants learn hygiene protocols, equipment handling, feeding and medication administration, stoma care, symptom recognition, response to complications, and communication with healthcare professionals.



Who is the course for?

This course is invaluable for healthcare practitioners, nurses, caregivers, or individuals directly involved in enteral feeding care, and beneficial for students pursuing healthcare specializations like nursing, nutrition, or gastroenterology, where knowledge of enteral feeding management is crucial for patient welfare and treatment.

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