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Change of nasogastric tube via Seldinger technique.

First do no harm: nasogastric tube placement and confirmation

SVC obstruction and stridor relieved by nasogastric tube insertion

An unusual and overlooked complication of nasogastric tube feeding

Methods to check correct placement of a nasogastric tube: beware of the pitfalls

Methods to correct placement of a nasogastric tube: beware of the pitfalls

Mallory–Weiss tear following cardiac surgery: transoesophageal echoprobe or nasogastric tube?

Facilitated insertion of a nasogastric tube in tracheal intubated patients using the GlideScope

Ultrasound diagnosis of nasogastric tube misplacement into the trachea during bypass surgery

Nasogastric tube syndrome: a life-threatening laryngeal obstruction in a 72-year-old patient*

Pathogenic Colonization of Oral Flora in Frail Elderly Patients Fed by Nasogastric Tube or Percutaneous Enterogastric Tube

20NASAL BRIDLE – THE WAY TO AVOID REPEATED NASO-GASTRIC TUBE (NGT) INSERTIONS IN ACUTE STROKE PATIENTS ON NIL BY MOUTH (NBM) ORDER

Does looped nasogastric tube feeding improve nutritional delivery for patients with dysphagia after acute stroke? A randomised controlled trial

Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy versus nasogastric tube feeding for patients with head and neck cancer: a systematic review

Recurrent Clostridium difficile Colitis: Case Series Involving 18 Patients Treated with Donor Stool Administered via a Nasogastric Tube

 

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A tube passed through the nose into the stomach, used to aspirate fluid from, or introduce material into, the stomach (see Ryle’s tube).

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