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Girls Organic Q-Tee Snuggle, G-Tube and Medical Accessible Long Sleeve and Pants
  • USD $41.00

  • Product Code: Q200G

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For Preemie, Baby Girls and Toddlers/Special Needs Clothing Girl

Our Organic fabric Q-Tee Snuggle is carefully designed for baby and toddler and small child receiving G-tube feeding/Enternal feeding to provide safe, non-stigmatizing, easy access, comfortable dressing. This adorable sensory soft Q-Tee Snuggle offers snap closure all down the front, the crotch, and down both legs allowing easy access for many applications such as; easy and safe dressing, G-tube access, Port access, cleaning around trachea, clean up from drool, spit up, diapering/potty, easy access for medical examination, etc. This Organic one piece provides quick hidden accessibility to the Enteral feeding/ G-Tube site, all in a soft combed organic cotton! The overlaying belt/band covers the belly for added support and protection from little grabbing hands. Designed with the assistance of pediatric nurses, Special Needs Parents, and Sensory Therapists. "So Comfy!", and includes easy access for the following medical treatments:


1.      ENTERNAL FEEDING/GASTROSTOMY TUBE FEEDING(G-TUBE) to support children with certain medical conditions who cannot eat enough food by mouth, to enhance children’s nutrition, and to aid the metabolic demands of the stress of illness such as:

 Congenital heart defects as with ventricular or a trial septal defects or severe Malformations such as; tetralogy or Fallot, Hypoplastic left heart syndrome

 Congenital Anomalies of the upper Gastrointestinal Tract such; as Esophageal Atresia, Tracheoesophageal Fistula, Esophageal Duplications, Developmental Obstructive Defects of the stomach such as hypertrophic pyloric stenosis, Gastric atresia, congenital gastricobstruction, and Duodenal Obstruction/atresia, etc.

 Metabolic disorders such as; Adrenal Hypoplasia, Argininosuccinate lyase deficiency, Argininosuccinic Aciduria, etc.

 Neurological Impairment as with Massive Brain Damage. For example Infantile Cerebral Palsy, Anoxia Brain Injury, Brain Tumors, Cerebral Atrophy, Cerebellar Hypoplasia, Cerebral Cavernous Malformation and Head Trauma, etc.

 Genetic syndromes/Chromosomal syndromes causing feeding/eating disorders such as; Alagille Syndrome, Alexander’s Disease,Alfi’s Syndrome, Allan Herdon Dudley Syndrome, Angelman Syndrome, Antley-bixler Syndrome, Barth Syndrome, Bartter Syndrom, Beckwith-Wiedemann Syndrome, Bohring, Costello Syndrome, Silver-Russel Syndrome, Franceschetti syndrome, Noonan-syndrome, Corneila deLage Syndrome etc. Syndrome related malformations such as heart defect in Down syndrome, choanal atresia in CHARGE-syndrome and many more

 Psychosomatic/psychiatric eating disorders such as infantile anorexia

 Children who suffer from cancer may need ENS during chemotherapy to help prevent them from losing weight.

 Children suffering from renal insufficiency or renal diseases often lack appetite


 Absent Swallow Reflex, Achalasia, Aspiration

 Craniofacial such as Cervical Lymphangioma, Cleft pallet, etc.

 Some children with Autism


2.     TRACHEOSTOMIES to relieve an obstruction to breathing.  This may be found in the following conditions and more

 Tracheal/Bronchial Malasia

 Polyps and weak muscles in the trachea

 Inability to clear mucus for the lungs and airway

 Premature births

 Severe breathing conditions

 Tumors such as cystic hygroma

 Severe infection such as epiglottitis or croup

 Subglottic stenosis


 Vocal cord paralysis

 Laryngeal spasms or injury

 Congenital abnormalities of the airway

 Obstruction of airway

 Treacher Collins

 Pierre Robin Syndromes

 Severe neck or mouth injuries

 Airway burns

 Obstructive sleep apnea

 Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

 Chronic pulmonary disease

 Chest wall injury

 Diaphragmdys function

 Paralyzingor weakening chest muscles and diaphragm


 Fracture of cervical vertebrae

 Spinal cord injury

 Long-termun consciousness or coma


 Congenital Central Hypoventilation

 Facial surgery

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