Maria’s MiniONE®
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A proven fighter since conception, Maria graced this world three and a half years ago during an emergency C-section weighing 5 lbs. 11 oz. Due to complications during the procedure, Maria was taken to the NICU for further observation. During … Read More

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Mark’s MiniONE®
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I’ve had more than one go at adjusting to life on enteral nutrition. I want to share with people that regardless of all the uphill battles we face, there is light at the end of the tunnel with support from … Read More

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Amery’s MiniONE®
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Amery is seven years old and has Mitochondrial Disease, Malabsorption Syndrome, Dysautonomia, and several GI issues. Her caloric intake is higher than what can possibly be achieved by mouth and her fluid intake is double her caloric intake. Amery received … Read More

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Peyton’s G-JET®

I am a mother of four, two of which have complicated medical needs.  They are a huge part of my world, and I am so blessed to call myself their mother. My daughter, Peyton, has a feeding tube due to … Read More

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Sam’s MiniONE®
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Sam’s journey with a feeding tube began nearly seven years ago.  We’d been referred to a pediatric GI for the first time, due to issues such as vomiting, recurrent bouts of aspiration pneumonia, neck and stomach pain as well as … Read More

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Eli’s MiniONE®
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We are a very busy family of four! I am an LPC-Intern for the Paluxy River Children’s Advacacy Center in Granbury, TX. My husband, Adam, works at Morrison Supply Company in Fort Worth. Eli just turned six years old and … Read More

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Marlowe’s MiniONE®
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Marlowe was born at 26 weeks gestation, weighing 640 grams. She was on a ventilator for the first 11 weeks of her life. After failing extubation numerous times, we consulted with both a pulmonologist and an ENT. Both physicians performed … Read More

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Annie’s MiniONE®
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I have had a PEG tube for over eight years. During this time, I used a competitor device and I experienced many balloon breakages, requiring urgent admissions to radiology departments. In 2014, I changed to the MiniONE Non-Balloon Button. Since … Read More

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