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NJNew Jersey (US postal abbreviation)
NJNice Job
NJNational Jewish (Medical & Research Center)
NJNo Joke
NJNick Jonas (of Jonas Brothers)
NJNew Jack (pro wrestler)
NJNeighbor-Joining
NJNorma Jean
NJNorsk Journalistlag (Norway)
NJNot Joking
NJNasojejunal (feeding tube)
NJNidec Corporation (Japan)
NJNorges Juristforbund (Norway)
NJNot Judgeable (skydiving competitions)
NJOccupation Postage Due (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
NJNapierville Junction Railway Company
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The nasoenteric feeding tubes include types of nasogastric feeding tubes, nasojejunal feeding tubes, and nasoduodenal feeding tubes.
Chapter 9 -- Global Enteral Feeding Devices Market Analysis 2013-2017 & Forecast, 2018-2028, By Product Type Based on product type, the enteral feeding devices market is segmented as enteral feeding pumps, PEGJ tubes, low-profile tubes, PEG kit, replacement G-tubes, nasojejunal tubes and nasogastric tubes.
The oral feeding was restored and the nasojejunal feeding tube was removed.
In addition, a nasoduodenal decompression tube was placed in the descending part of the duodenum and a nasojejunal feeding tube was placed at least 10 cm beyond the ligament of Treitz [Figure 1]c].
There is no need for a special preparation method in patients who will be treated with nazoduodenal or nasojejunal probe.
A nasojejunal tube was placed and enteral nutrition was initiated in the patient.
[10,11,12] Nasojejunal was the established route of enteral nutrition, initially as jejunal feeding does not stimulate pancreatic exocrine secretion.
Tan, "Erythromycin to promote bedside placement of a self-propelled nasojejunal feeding tube in non-critically ill patients having pancreatitis: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study," Nutrition in Clinical Practice, vol.
Comparing rate of resolution by delivery method, colonoscopy delivered FMT had an 84% success rate, while upper gastrointestinal delivery (via endoscopy, capsule, and nasogastric or nasojejunal tubes) resulted in 92% success rate (p = 0.202).
A covered esophageal stent and nasojejunal tube were inserted to control the gastric leak.