(NASO-GASTRIC) A way of feeding a resident who is unable to eat or has difficulty swallowing by delivering nourishment through a tube inserted into the stomach via the nose.
A tube passed down through the nostril. It goes down into the stomach, and in this case is used to remove excess bile and fluid from the stomach to reduce it.
(nasogastric tube) – a think tube that is passed into the nose or mouth and into the stomach, usually to draw out fluids from stomach or to supply nutrients to those who can't swallow.
a flexible tube made of rubber or plastic and has bidirectional potential
a thin tube that passes down your baby's nose and into his stomach
(see Naso-Gastric Tube)
Nasal-Gastric tube, a tube entering the patient's nose and down the throat into the stomach. More about NG Tubes Back to the
a naso-gastric tube - for feeding the child through the nose directly into the stomach.
A small tube placed through the nose and into the stomach to draw out secretions and lessen stomach upset immediately after surgery. J K W X Y Z
Abbreviation for a nasogastric tube
A tube that is inserted through the nose or mouth and advanced into the stomach. It can be used to empty the stomach or give liquid food to the patient.
describes a “naso-gastric tube” which is put into the stomach through the nose. This is used for feeding babies that are not capable of eating normally and for giving “oral” medications that do not have an IV equivalent.