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Commentary - Case Reports in Surgery and Invasive Procedures (2022) Volume 6, Issue 2

Diagnostic of nasogastric feeding tube intubation using conventional versus bubble technique in intensive care unit patients.

Inclusion of a nasogastric tube is an exceptionally normal method in numerous clinical circumstances. For the most part, it is a normal errand performed on oblivious or uncooperative patients. It is suggested after beginning adjustment in injury wounds, to diminish the gamble of goal and forestall gastric dilatation. It is additionally ordinarily utilized for enteral taking care of in patients with neurological illness. This system is, notwithstanding, related with a few notable intricacies, in around 3.1% of cases. These incorporate oesophageal hole, esophagitis, bronchopleural fistula, hitching of the cylinder, pneumothorax, laryngeal wounds, sinus disease, aspiratory drain, pneumomediastinum and coincidental arrangement into the mind, the remainder of these being more normal than we could envision and connected with high dreariness and death rates.

Author(s): Ramin Iranpour*

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