We have a PEG tube patient who strangles and aspirates very easily. So, we received orders to sit the patient straight upright with each bolus feeding and leave up 2 hours after the feeding. There is a new nurse who has said she's found a better way than the way I was doing it, which is I get him up in a wheelchair and run the feeding through a piston syringe by hand (takes a couple of minutes) and then I leave him up in his wheelchair for 2 hours.Her method is to put him in a geri-recliner (so he can relax) and "bolus" the feeding on a pump so this frees her to take care of other things while he is getting his feeding. This takes an hour and a half, and then she puts him to bed 30 minutes later.I'm not a confrontational person so I don't say anything to her, and I might well be wrong, but this doesn't seem like a bolus feeding to me. He strangles even when he is sitting straight upright. He was her patient last night when I worked and it seemed he was strangling a lot worse, but that may have just been me.I just wondered what you all thought.