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Key Concerns When Administering Meds Via a Feeding Tube

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    For patients who are unable to receive nutrition or medications orally, enteral feeding tubes offer one alternative method of delivery. Successful administration through a feeding tube requires awareness of potential problems with drug efficacy, adverse symptoms or a clogged tube. Dr. Nancy Toedter Williams, associate professor of pharmacy practice at Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy, talks with host Dr. Charles Turck about the key considerations when administering medications through a feeding apparatus.

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    For patients who are unable to receive nutrition or medications orally, enteral feeding tubes offer one alternative method of delivery. Successful administration through a feeding tube requires awareness of potential problems with drug efficacy, adverse symptoms or a clogged tube. Dr. Nancy Toedter Williams, associate professor of pharmacy practice at Southwestern Oklahoma State University College of Pharmacy, talks with host Dr. Charles Turck about the key considerations when administering medications through a feeding apparatus.

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