Did you know…?

The drier a clog is inside a feeding tube, the more difficult it is to remove.[1]

Simulated clogs composed of dried-out coagulated protein were more difficult to clear than those that contained wet coagulated protein.[1]


  1. Garrison, C. M. Enteral Feeding Tube Clogging: What Are the Causes and What Are the Answers? A Bench Top Analysis. Nutrition in Clinical Practice. 2018. 33(1):147-150.