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ProSource TF20: Administer Modular Protein In Seconds
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Protein is the most important macronutrient and essential for patients’ recovery. ProSource TF20 makes administering modular protein as easy as:
The fast-paced care in an ICU requires multiple lines of intervention. And while vital, modular nutrition is often labor intensive and time consuming.
Since it contains no sweeteners or flavors, it is not recommended for oral use.
Studies show ICU patients receive only 60.5% of their protein requirements over 4 days and 66.7% over a 12-day period.* ASPEN guidelines recommend 1.2g-2.0g per 1 kg body weight for ICU patients.
ProSource TF20 is the next generation of modular nutrition
- Nurses can administer quickly and easily
- Direct administration, no mixing or stirring
- 20g of protein only 80 calories
- Good GI tolerance
- Helps meet ASPEN critical care guidelines for protein
Ready for the new standard
ProSource TF20 is ENFit® compatible. ENFit® is a global change to make all tube-feeding devices specific to tube feeding. It’s a safety initiative to prevent line misconnections and is becoming the new standard, globally. ProSource TF20 attaches directly to ENFit® tubes to make administration easier than ever.
Patients need more than the One Bag Solution
Standard enteral formulas often fall short in protein provision especially when challenged with the high needs of some patients. ProSource TF20 works in unison with standard enteral formulas so dietitians can customize and nurses can administer care specific to the patient’s needs.
water, beef collagen hydrolyzate, amino acid blend (l-eucine, l-phenylalanine, l-ysine, l-methionine, l-isoleucine, l-valine, l-histidine, l-threoine, l-tryptophan), natural flavor.
Item No. 11466 ProSourseTF 20
Comes in pack of 60/2oz(60ml) pouches
* Nicolo M, Heyland DK, Chittams J, Sammarco T, Compher C. Clinical Outcomes Related to Protein Delivery in a Critically Ill Population: A Multicenter, Multinational Observation Study. JPEN J Parenter Enteral Nutr. 2016 Jan;40(1):45-51. doi: 10.1177/0148607115583675. Epub 2015 Apr 21. PMID: 25900319.