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Blended tube feeding case studies

17 Sep, 2021

Decision-making and troubleshooting with BTF

The cases: 

  • Lina Breik, APD illustrates the management of a client who has recently commenced blended tube feeding.
  • Claire Kariya, RD describes her management of client with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, who she has been supporting with blended tube feeding for over five years.

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About the Presenters

Lina Breik is an Accredtied Practising Dietitian with a decade of clinical nutrition experience specialling in critical care nutrition and home tube feeding. In 2020, just before the pandemic hit, she founded Tube Dietitian, an Australia-wide agile business aimed at bridging the gap between hospital and the home for people with feeding tubes. She is passionate about helping tube fed patients feel safe and secure with their feeding tube in their own home. Lina supports her patients in their decision to receive their nutrition via commercial formula, homemade blending or a combination of both.

Claire Kariya is a Registered Dietitian and Certified Nutrition Support Clinician based in Vancouver, Canada. Since 2005, Claire has been working with tube fed patients in her role as a clinical dietitian at Vancouver General Hospital. She has a special interest in the use of blended food for tube feeding in acute care and community care settings. She has been instrumental in developing blenderized tube feeding resources and practice guidelines for use across her health care region. Claire also has a blenderized tube feeding private practice and resource website where her tube feeding recipes and patient-focused online course are available. In addition to her clinical practice, Claire also teaches dietetic students at the University of British Columbia and conducts blenderized tube feeding research.

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