Kangaroo Joey Pump Instruction Manual Patient
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Below is a quick-reference user guide to get you started.The instructions for operating your Kangaroo Pump are straightforward anduser-friendly. Your feeding pump will also come with an easy-to-followinstruction booklet.
Now you're ready toprime the pump. Just press \"Prime Pump,\" then \"Auto Prime\"in order to automatically prime the pump. Or if you'd rather manually prime thepump, you'll press \"Prime Pump,\" and then hold down the \"Hold toPrime\" button. If you're using a feed and flush set, you'll need to press\"Hold to Prime Flush\" long enough to allow the flushing fluid toreach the valve. Then press \"Hold to Prime Feed\" until you see thatthe feeding fluid has passed the valve and traveled to the distal endconnector.
Enteral pumps are used when a tube feeding needs to be administered slowly over an extended period of time. Usually when the patient cannot tolerate gravity fed Bolusus administered via a 60cc syringe.
Find step-by-step instructions from pump operation, loading disposable sets, and pump cleaning & maintenance in the following videos. For an optimal viewing experience, we recommend using one of the following web browsers: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Apple Safari, or Mozilla Firefox
YES: Let formula sit for 10-15 minutes before preparing pump delivery set for feeding. If foam is present in tubing, flush by priming pump delivery set either manually or with the pump and resume feeding.
YES: Remove tubing from pump and manually prime tubing by turning bag upside down, gently squeezing lower half of bag while pinching the teal colored tubing just below the drop symbol. Hold this position until all air has passed through the teal segment of the tubing.
NO FLOW IN alarm has occurred because pump has detected blockage in the set between pump and bag. NO FLOW OUT alarm has occurred because pump has detected blockage in the set between pump and patient.
YES: Remove tubing from pump and manually prime tubing by turning bag upside down, gently squeezing lower half of bag while pinching the orange colored tubing just below the drop symbol. Hold this position until all air has passed through the orange segment of the tubing.
Infinity pumps and delivery sets require a prescription, and Moog is not able to sell directly to patients or their caregivers. If you need supplies, contact your home care provider for ordering information.
The Kangaroo Connect enteral feeding pump is a portable rotary peristaltic enteral feeding pump, intended to provide enteral nutrition to a patient. The Kangaroo Connect can be programmed to provide patients with continuous, dose, or bolus feeding when used with Kangaroo Connect feeding sets.
The Kangaroo Connect feeding pump is intended for acute care settings and home care use. Intended to be used in both stationary and ambulatory conditions, the Kangaroo Connect pump can be used for both adult and pediatric patients, provided the patient can tolerate the flow rates and accuracy level of the pump.
If you or your loved one is under our enteral nutrition program, you may be using a Kangaroo 924 feeding pump or a Sentinel feeding pump. For more information about the feeding pumps, download the manual or video.
Helen White, Linsey King Nutrition and Dietetic Group, School of Health and Wellbeing, Faculty Health and Social Science, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, United Kingdom Abstract: Enteral feeding is a long established practice across pediatric and adult populations, to enhance nutritional intake and prevent malnutrition. Despite recognition of the importance of nutrition within the modern health agenda, evaluation of the efficacy of how such feeds are delivered is more limited. The accuracy, safety, and consistency with which enteral feed pump systems dispense nutritional formulae are important determinants of their use and acceptability. Enteral feed pump safety has received increased interest in recent years as enteral pumps are used across hospital and home settings. Four areas of enteral feed pump safety have emerged: the consistent and accurate delivery of formula; the minimization of errors associated with tube misconnection; the impact of continuous feed delivery itself (via an enteral feed pump); and the chemical composition of the casing used in enteral feed pump manufacture. The daily use of pumps in delivery of enteral feeds in a home setting predominantly falls to the hands of parents and caregivers. Their understanding of the use and function of their pump is necessary to ensure appropriate, safe, and accurate delivery of enteral nutrition; their experience with this is important in informing clinicians and manufacturers of the emerging needs and requirements of this diverse patient population. The review highlights current practice and areas of concern and establishes our current knowledge in this field. Keywords: nutrition, perceptions, experience 59ce067264