Even with regular water flushing, feeding tubes still clog at a rate of 15%.1

Up to 57% of nurses do not flush the feeding tube before administering medication.2

1. Dandeles, Lauren M. and Lodolee, Amy E. “Efficacy of Agents to Prevent and Treat Enteral Feeding Tube Clogs.” The Annals of Pharmacotherapy. 2011; 45:676-680. 2. Fisher, C., Blalock, B. Clogged Feeding Tubes: A Clinician’s Thorn. Practical Gastroenterology, 2014;38(3):16-22.