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McKesson # 1095515 1089251 1100774 1104568 1125874
Description Gastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding Tube Entuit® 14 Fr. 10 cm Sterile Gastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding Tube Entuit® 20 Fr. 10 cm Silicone Gastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding Tube Entuit® 18 Fr. 10 cm Sterile Gastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding Tube Entuit® 22 Fr. 10 cm Sterile Gastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding Tube Entuit® 16 Fr. 10 cm Sterile
Manufacturer # G35615G35618G35617G35619G35616
Brand Entuit®Entuit®Entuit®Entuit®Entuit®
Manufacturer Cook MedicalCook MedicalCook MedicalCook MedicalCook Medical
Invoice FEEDING TUBE, GASTROSTOMY RETENTION W/BALLOON 14FRFEEDING TUBE, GASTROTOMY BALLOON 20FRX10CM20MLBALLOON, G-TUBE TRITON REPLCMNT (1/EA)TUBE, GASTRO ENTUIT BR BALLOONRETENTION 22FRX10CM 20CCTUBE, FEEDING ENTUIT GASTROSTOMY BR BALLOON RETENTION
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Comparison

Material Silicone
Product Dating McKesson Acceptable Dating: we will ship >= 90 daysMcKesson Acceptable Dating: we will ship >= 90 days
Sterility SterileSterileSterileSterile
Tube Size 14 Fr.20 Fr.18 Fr.22 Fr.16 Fr.
Application Gastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding TubeGastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding TubeGastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding TubeGastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding TubeGastrostomy Balloon Retention Feeding Tube
Country of Origin United StatesUnited StatesUnited StatesUnited StatesUnited States
Tube Length 10 cm10 cm10 cm10 cm10 cm
UNSPSC Code 4223160142231601422316014223160142231601
Features and Benefits
  • 5-7 mL balloon volume
  • Used to provide gastric access for enteral feeding, medication administration, and decompression through an established gastrointestinal stoma tract
  • 20 mL balloon volume
  • Intended to provide gastric access for enteral feeding, medication administration, and decompression through an established gastrointestinal stoma tract
  • Indicated for use in percutaneous placement of an enteral feeding tube in adult and pediatric patients that require enteral feeding, medication administration, or decompression through an established gastrointestinal stoma tract
  • 5-10 mL balloon volume
  • Used to provide gastric access for enteral feeding, medication administration, and decompression through an established gastrointestinal stoma tract
  • 20 mL balloon volume
  • Used to provide gastric access for enteral feeding, medication administration, and decompression through an established gastrointestinal stoma tract
  • 5-7 mL balloon volume
  • Used to provide gastric access for enteral feeding, medication administration, and decompression through an established gastrointestinal stoma tract