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: - nasogastric intubation

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      Eiman
    Jul 2011
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    - nasogastric intubation

    A nasogastric tube is introduced through the nose into the stomach. Commonly used short tubes include the Levin tube and the gastric sump tube. Short tubes are used in adults primarily to remove fluids and gas from the upper GI tract and to obtain a specimen of gastric content for laboratory studies. They are occasionally used for the short term administration of medications and feedings






    (1)Nasogastric Tube
    (2)Duodenal Tube
    (3)Gastrostomy Tube
    (4)Jotunostomy Tube


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    : NGT :
    1- Rilocaine
    Lidocain Hydrochloride
    2- The (NGT) Enteral Feeding Tube
    3- Syringe 60 ml 60
    4- Stethoscope
    5- Litmus paper



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    (trolley) ( hand washing ) .


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    5 Syringe ( ) ( Litmus paper ) (pink) (stomach )





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    1- (Stethoscope ) :
    20 (stomach )

    2- (x-ray) :
    (x-ray request fourm)
    abd. x-ray (stomach )
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    Jul 2012
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    : - nasogastric intubation





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