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Re: RIP Sunny Garcia? [Re: stu dog] #2967922
06/14/19 03:21 AM
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Originally Posted by stu dog
Originally Posted by Autoprax
Did they have to feed him through a tube?

Blink blink . . . Kill ME!


my mom is on a feeding tube. granted she's 80 years old and not in the hospital. it goes into the intestine, not the stomach. those things require lots of maintenance and need to be replaced every three months.


I’m not trying to be crass or lack empathy with your situation but I have to ask...

Why is she being kept alive?


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Re: RIP Sunny Garcia? [Re: Autoprax] #2967928
06/14/19 03:47 AM
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Originally Posted by Autoprax
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Dam you guys talk a lot sh!t,Is Sunny alive or not?


Yes, but it's not looking good.

Ta


Does anybody know what's happening?

Re: RIP Sunny Garcia? [Re: Waterlogged05] #2967948
06/14/19 04:53 AM
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The last news was bad news - vegetative state and trached.


Q: Secret aspiration?
A: Buy Pezman's mag and turn it into a piece of crap.
Re: RIP Sunny Garcia? [Re: casa_mugrienta] #2967979
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Originally Posted by casa_mugrienta
The last news was bad news - vegetative state and trached.



Dam!

Re: RIP Sunny Garcia? [Re: buttholesurfer] #2968423
06/15/19 02:13 AM
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Feeding tubes can typically go into the upper GI (gastrointestinal) or lower GI tract which is commonly referred to as enteral nutrition support, really this is fairly common and not as invasive at it sounds. The higher in the GI tract the better, as it preserves gut function. Upper GI feeding tubes are commonly referred to as a PEG (percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy). Lower GI feeding tubes are commonly referred to as PEJ (percutaneous endoscopic jejunostomy). Each method has an indication based on patient condition and integrity of the gut. Each method has formulas developed for optimal nutritional absorption. If the gut can’t be used for nutrition, feeding options to consider are parenteral (outside the GI which is commonly delivered into bloodstream) nutrition support. I’m a registered dietitian and have specialized in enteral & parenteral nutrition for >15 years (most recently, I work in healthcare IT).

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