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Tube feeding is a seldom talked about way of allowing patients to overcome a serious injury or condition and continue to lead a relatively normal and productive life. Yet it’s largely invisible unless the individual wants to make it known. An inability to swallow due to stroke, cancer, cystic fibrosis, ALS or other condition makes tube feeding a necessity for thousands. Often it’s a temporary measure while someone is undergoing radiation or recovering from surgery. For others it’s a life-long practice and many people go to work, take vacations and manage their feeding as they go. Click here to see a demonstration of how feeding tubes work. Journalists: Dr. Manpreet Mundi oversees the home enteral nutrition program at Mayo Clinic. Sound bites with Dr. Mundi and broll are available in the downloads http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61rkC8Xs42o
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Q7SS36dBkg There is a swallowing disorder that’s sending more and more people to see their doctors. Its nickname is EOE. Mayo Clinic experts say ...
In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Mark Larson shares his thoughts on the practice of colon cleansing. To listen, click the link ...