What Is Nasogastric Intubation Used For? Center

Nasogastric intubation is the insertion of a flexible tube into the nasal passage, through the throat and esophagus into the stomach. It is a minor procedure that provides access to the esophageal passage and the stomach. Read more: What Is Nasogastric Intubation Used For? Article

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