ENFit Website Explains Changes To Enteral Connectors

If your child uses enteral supplies for their care, you have likely heard about the global ENFit changes and may already be using the temporary adapters for feeding bags, syringes, and feeding tubes & extensions. Keeping up to date on the changes, status and setup options as manufacturers transition to the new connectors can be daunting but is important to your child’s care – which is why we’ve revamped an entire section of our website and dedicated them solely to keeping all things ENFit up-to-date for our families.

What can you find at PHSEnfit.com?

From the moment you enter the pages, you’ll be able to easily determine where you want to go based on what you’re looking for – whether it’s a specific product, the answer to a question, or resources you’re looking for, just follow the tabs.

ENFit changes to enteral connectors

We’ve also compiled the most common questions we’ve received in our FAQs, covering topics including troubleshooting, extensions & tubing, temporary ENFit adapter, cleaning, and more. But be confident that if you don’t see a question you have, email questions@pediatrichomeservice.com and get an answer within 24 hours.

This information will be updated regularly as changes are made, so be sure to check back for the most up to date information on your enteral supplies.

Live Demonstration of ENFit Supplies

While written information is a highly beneficial resource, we want to give families the opportunity to see what the connections look like on ENFit products in motion and also offer the opportunity to have questions answered right away. We did a live Facebook broadcast on our page to share this education, and you can see the video here.

Open House at PHS for ENFit Supplies

If you’re looking for even more information, or want some hands-on opportunity, you are welcome to come by our office anytime Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. A PHS clinician will walk you through the ENFit system and answer any questions you might have specific to your own set-up. 

Again, if you have any questions at all don’t hesitate to contact us at questions@pediatrichomeservice.com or 651-642-1825. We are always here to help as your feeding products transition and beyond.

Originally published: January 13, 2017

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