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References in periodicals archive ?
Conclusion: The caloric and protein intake in study subjects was below the recommended level both in nasogastric and oral feeding.
The weighted nasogastric tubes have tungsten ball instead of mercury ones, reducing the risk of inadvertent absorption and toxicity.
Conclusions: Early nasogastric EN was feasible and significantly decreased the incidence of infectious complications as well as the frequency of MODS and mortality caused by SAP.
Ability to tolerate oral feeding Intolerant patients Nasogastric feeding group 1 NPO group 9 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Acute laryngeal edema 24 hours after passage of a nasogastric tube.
Although many commercial NGT holders are available, the device used in this study was the Dale Nasogastric Tube Holder[R] (2010) (Dale Medical Products, Inc.
2-5) In our study, the ratio of children having central venous catheter, nasogastric tube and concomitant neurometabolic disease were found to be higher compared to control group.
All adult patients ([greater than or equal to] 18 years) admitted between April 2010 and June 2011 to the Medical ICU of Tygerberg Academic Hospital (TBAH), Western Cape, South Africa, and treated for pulmonary tuberculosis for at least 7 days were candidates for this prospective observational study, provided a nasogastric tube was in situ on the day of enrolment.
Unfortunately, the patient did not improve clinically; the nasogastric tube drained 900 ml of greenish content in the next 24 h.
Treatment is performed either through a nasogastric tube or colonscopy on an outpatient or inpatient basis.
Initial attempts to place a nasogastric feeding tube were unsuccessful because of preferential passage into the diverticulum, necessitating placement under direct laryngoscopy in the ICU.
Great-grandmother-of-three Margaret Burton died of pneumonia after medical staff at Stockton's University Hospital of North Tees failed to spot a nasogastric tube had been inserted into her lung, rather than her stomach.