ENFit™ Connector Transition
Important changes have been in the works to help address patient safety concerns related to enteral feeding. Recent changes to international standards have resulted in the design of the ENFit Connector to help reduce the risk of enteral feeding misconnections. Learn more about the new ISO standards at StayConnected.org
Boston Scientific is introducing EndoVive Enteral Feeding devices with new ENFit Connectors to comply with the new standards.
A guide to understanding the ENFit enteral feeding connector transition. Outlines the transition phases on the path to conversion to ENFit Connectors.
Explore Enteral Feeding Products
Choose from a variety of initial placement, replacement and through-the-PEG enteral feeding devices.
EndoVive™ One-Step Button™ Low Profile Initial Placement Percutaneous Endoscopic
Gastrostomy (PEG) Kit and Accessories
The One-Step Button Low Profile Initial Placement PEG Kit allows for the initial placement of a low profile button.
The Standard Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) Kit's Silicone dome-bolstered PEG tube available in multiple French sizes with two external bolster options to accommodate physician and patient needs: Round and T-bar.
The Safety Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy (PEG) Kit's Silicone dome-bolstered PEG tube available in multiple French sizes with two external bolster options to accommodate physician and patient needs: Round and T-bar.
EndoVive™ Enteral Access Replacement: Balloon Replacement Gastrostomy Tubes (Straight and Right Angle)
Straight and right angle feeding tubes. Right angle bolster designed to be less obtrusive and may reduce premature pull-out.
The EndoVive Low Profile Button design may help reduce the risk of accidental pull-out. The low profile design and flexibility at the skin level may help support patient comfort and discretion.
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