EmerAid Sustain HDN Feline or “Highly Digestible Nutrition” is a semi-elemental therapeutic diet developed by veterinarians and nutritionists. EmerAid Sustain HDN Feline is scientifically designed to support felines that are underweight, recovering from a critical illness, or suffering from chronic medical conditions. Available in 100 g, 400 g and 2 kg pouches.
Standard Mixing Directions
|Feeding Style||EmerAid® Sustain™ HDN Powder|
|Tube (10Fr or larger)||2||2||1.84|
|* “Parts” indicate the proportions needed. To mix EmerAid, you can use the scoop provided, a syringe cap, any measuring implement of your choice as long as the proportions described above remain consistent|
** Mix with hot water measuring 122°F (50°C)
*** Metabolizable energy when made as directed
For Adult Cats
EmerAid® Sustain™ HDN Feline is a therapeutic product to be used under the supervision of a veterinarian. Begin with 25% to 30% of daily caloric requirements and gradually adjust the volume and number of feedings based on patient condition. A volume of 5-10 ml/kg/feeding is generally well tolerated via esophagostomy or gastric tube. The following equation can be used to calculate resting energy requirement: RER = [70 x BW(kg)0.75] .
EmerAid® Sustain™ HDN Feline feeding recommendations based on predicted resting energy requirements (RER)a in adult cats
Kittens have relatively high energy requirements when compared to adult cats. EmerAid® Sustain™ HDN Feline meets or exceeds requirements for all life stages.
EmerAid® Sustain™ HDN Feline feeding recommendations based on predicted daily energy requirements (DER) in the average kitten.
Evaluate the Patient’s Feeding Response
Did the patient accept this feeding well? Does the food appear to be tolerated by the patient’s GI tract?
If yes, increase the volume fed gradually over the course of two to three feedings. Frequency and volume should be adjusted based upon patient response.
Under the direct supervision of a veterinarian, feline patients may be fed EmerAid® Sustain™ HDN™ long term. When the patient has fully recovered, they may transition to their regular diet as recommended by their veterinarian.