Resources for HCPs
The resources on this page are for HCPs only. If you are not a health care professional and have any questions, please seek the advice of a health care professional.
NB Should you have any queries or comments on any of the content please email email@example.com
PN Poll Question
Have you developed outcome measures for PN in your Trust?
HEF Poll Question
Regards to patients who are non-compliant to their feeding regimen - do you risk assess/risk report?
Implementation Support for Phase 2 of Transition to ENFit Devices
Implementation Support for ENFit Connector
PENG introduction to the Risk Assessment Template for Enteral Tube Administration of Liquidised Diet
Risk Assessment Template for Enteral Tube Administration of Liquidised Diet
Enteral Plastic Safety Group (EPSG) Statement – ISO 80369-3: IMPORTANT UPDATE – ENFit Implementation (Issued May 2016)
March 2016 – RE: ENFit Transition Adaptors
As part of the transition phase we wanted to update you and also remind you of the communication channels should you have any queries regards the ENFit transition adaptors.
If you experience any incidents with any adaptors in addition to internal reporting mechanisms, it is important to follow the actions recommended by the manufacturers themselves. Specific queries should be addressed to the customer support line of the device provider and/or the individual patient’s nutrition specialist healthcare provider.
This also acts as a reminder that MHRA encourages all incidents related to ENFit to be reported via the MHRA website.
Meanwhile, more information on ENFit can be found below.
Enteral Plastic Safety Group (EPSG) Statement – ISO 80369-3: IMPORTANT UPDATE – ENFit Implementation (Issued February 2016)
Enteral Plastic Safety Group (EPSG) Statement – ISO 80369-3
Enteral Plastic Safety Group (EPSG) Statement – Liquidised Food
PENG are proud to have partnered with NNNG and PINNT in the development of some resources to support patients on their enteral tube feeding journey.
Enteral tube feeding – your questions answered
Having an enteral feeding tube – further questions to ask
St Mark's Hospital has a good resource for PN - Click here to visit their website
Should you have a more specific question or one that is not here please contact PENG firstname.lastname@example.org
Calling PENG members – do you work in the area of learning disabilities?
Over the last few years I have been involved in the care of a number of LD patients around the country with complex gastro/nutrition issues and have become increasingly concerned at the lack of knowledge and interest among GPs and acute health care professionals alike in relation to the management of their physiological challenges.
Simon Gabe, the new chairman of BAPEN agrees there may be a case for a special interest group under the BAPEN umbrella and he suggested having a stand at the BAPEN meeting in November to canvas support.
In preparation, it would be good to hear about any examples of good practice, any audit data on the scale of the problem and any other relevant info. Also if there are any dietitians with expertise in this area and/or you know of any clinicians who may be interested in being involved, eg in neurology, gastroenterology, immunology, paediatrics, psychiatry or any other fields with expertise and an interest in dealing with the complex physiological challenges specific to Cerebral Palsy, Autism and other LD patients please could you let me know.
Thanks, With regards, Lynn Harbottle