Enhancing Enteral Care: The Puggle Pump Explained

Exploring the Advanced Features and Benefits of Amsino’s Innovative

Enteral Feeding Solution


Intrigued by the prospect of revolutionizing enteral care?


Delve into the intricacies of the Puggle pump, an innovative enteral feeding solution from Amsino. Discover its advanced features and benefits, from its intuitive interface to its compact design aimed at enhancing patient comfort and safety. Learn how the Puggle pump’s user-friendly and simple setup guarantees convenience and simplifies feeding schedules.


Advanced Features and Technology

With its huge LED color screen and intuitive interface, the Puggle pump provides both verbal and visual clues to help users through each step of the process. Additionally, it supports 19 languages including English, Spanish, French, Swedish, and more, meeting a wide range of user tastes and needs.




Patient Comfort and Safety

Crafted with patient comfort in mind, the Puggle Pump is remarkably compact, weighing just 1.43 pounds, making it effortless to carry on the go. Its compact and light design improves mobility during feeding, while safety features like occlusion alerts and screen locking give caretakers piece of mind.


Ease of Use and Convenience

The Puggle pump’s user-friendly interface and easy setup procedure make it easy to navigate. Users may quickly and simply program their feeding schedules and finish the tube setup in a matter of minutes by using the three primary buttons. Plus, the pump may be used for up to 20 hours with only a 2.5-hour charge, guaranteeing dependability and simplicity.


What types of formula can be used for feedings?

The Puggle pump and feeding set can be used with many types of prepackaged or commercially prepared feeding solutions. These include different types like polymeric, hydrolyzed, elemental, and blenderized, in both regular and concentrated forms. They are suitable for infants, children, and adults.

What does “Puggle” mean?

A puggle is what’s known as a baby platypus. While most animals rely on a stomach to digest their food, the platypus is different. It doesn’t have a stomach for digestion.

That’s why this enteral feeding pump is called ‘PUGGLE’—it assists enteral patients in completing their nutrition cycle.

How to disinfect the Puggle?
  • If the pump is used for more than one patient, it must be cleaned and sanitized after every usage.
  • A medical device-safe alcoholic disinfecting spray that contains less than 40% alcohol.
  • A bleach mixture containing 0.5% chlorine for a minimum of 10 minutes of contact.