Guides and Resources

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Storage and Preparation of EmerAid
  • Upon arrival, store EmerAid in a cool, dry space, and refrigerate powder after opening.

  • EmerAid has an 18-month shelf life from the time of production

  • EmerAid HDN lasts 1 month in the fridge once opened

  • ​EmerAid Exotics lasts 6 months in the fridge once opened

  • EmerAid has been scientifically designed for extremely high digestibility. Handle product carefully and avoid contamination, which can lead to bacterial overgrowth.
                    -Keep Dry
                    -Use a clean, dry scoop
                    -Do not cross-contaminate with scoops used for non-EmerAid foods.

Articles and research information
Bolus feeding vs. CRI feeding

Gonzalez et al, Intermittent versus continuous enteral nutrition attenuates increases in insulin and leptin during short-term bed rest. Eur J Appl Physiol. 2020 Sep;120(9):2083-2094. 

Patel JJ, Rosenthal MD, Heyland DK. Intermittent versus continuous feeding in critically ill adults. Curr Opin Clin Nutr Metab Care. 2018 Mar;21(2):116-120

Protein delivery in intermittent and continuous enteral nutrition with a protein-rich formula in critically ill patients-a protocol for the prospective randomized controlled proof-of-concept Protein Bolus

Nutrition (Pro BoNo) study. Trials. 2020 Aug 25;21(1):740

Ichimaru S. Methods of Enteral Nutrition Administration in Critically Ill Patients: Continuous, Cyclic, Intermittent, and Bolus Feeding, NCP Nut in Clin Prac. 2018 Dec 33 (6) 790-795

WEBINARS

Forbes NA. Optimising post-surgical outcome with appropriate nutritional and fluid support. Proc Brit Vet Zool Society Edinburgh Conference. 2012.
Huynh M, Brandao J, Sabater M, LVM, Forbes NA. Pharyngostomy tubes as a method of nutritional management in raptors: Case series. Proc Assoc Avian Vet Lake Worth. Florida, 2012. P. 33.
Huynh M, Brandao J, Sabater M, LVM, Forbes NA. Esophagostomy tube as a method of nutritional management in raptors: Case series. J Avian Med Surg: In Press.