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removal of nasogastric/orogastric tubes, x-ray if needed, and will document results of any x-ray Adult. I.D. Number: Authorization: [X] SHR Nursing Practice Committee .. Where there is evidence of tube displacement e.g. Insertion.
nasogastric feeding tubes (NGT) and in the confirmation of tube placement to policies and equipment available on general adult care wards at time of .. Following any evidence or suggestion of tube displacement (e.g.
Many complications associated with oral endotracheal tubes (ETTs) occur Complications of the endotracheal tube following initial placement: Prevention and management in adult intensive care unit patients . (See 'Displacement and unplanned extubation' below.) . ○Presence of a nasogastric tube.