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Hospital Care

Breakthrough in bolus transfer with possible benefits in reclined and dorsal feeding

Reclined Positions - Bed or Chair

  • Sipper with Flow Control

Dorsal Positions - Post Op, Multiple Injuries, Neurology, etc.

Soft Spouts:
  • Suck - based swallowing
  • Flow Control
  • Volume Control

Clinical Review

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QM As a speech pathologist, I found that specific design features of the RoseCup offered a comfortable and effective method of delivering controlled bolus volumes to selected patients post-surgery for oral cancer.

I typically struggle to find an acceptable, efficient and effective method of delivering a bolus to the posterior oral cavity. The soft attachment enabled independence in oral feeding, posterior delivery of a thickened liquid bolus and containment, eliminating the mess and frustration associated with bolus loss due to reduced control and compromised mouth closure.

Introduction of the Rose Cup made a huge difference by establishing a method of intake that was acceptable to my patient, lower in effort and supported an increase in intake which ultimately led to removal of her nasogastric tube. She is delighted and I couldn’t be more happy for her.QM

SPEECH PATHOLOGIST - ST ANDREWS WAR MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, WICKHAM TCE, BRISBANE - Kylie Perkins
A review by a Speech Pathologist is advised before feeding in reclined or dorsal positions.

For optimal safety Lifemere recommends that only NutriTaste (laboratory titrated to the RoseCup specifications) should be used in reclined and dorsal positions

  • Select the thickness level to suit the spout specifications
  • Ensure safety checks are done directly before offering the meal
  • A carer/nurse has to be present to assist in high risk situations
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The RoseCup is a registered as a Class 1 Medical Device with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration TGA.
(All medical devices marketed in Australia must meet the requirements which are set out in Chapter 4 of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, and in the Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) Regulations 2002.)

Disclaimer - The RoseCup/NutriTaste product range is designed to help reduce the risk of aspiration in patients with dysphagia (swallowing disorders) when used according to the product guidelines and recommendations. The product range does not prevent aspiration. The website Questionnaire is designed as a guide only, to assist with product selection. It is not to be used to replace a medical diagnosis. Please see your Gp if you are experiencing difficulty swallowing or eating. Product selection and use is undertaken at the consumer's discretion and risk.

The RoseCup is a registered as a Class 1 Medical Device with the Australian Therapeutic Goods Administration TGA.
(All medical devices marketed in Australia must meet the requirements which are set out in Chapter 4 of the Therapeutic Goods Act 1989, and in the Therapeutic Goods (Medical Devices) Regulations 2002.)

Disclaimer: NutriTaste - while stocks last. We need to get the NutriTaste stock going as they have an expiry date, although it is only in a years time. We don't want to sit with expired old stock if we can prevent it.