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Nasogastric intubation

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Nasogastric intubation is a medical procedure involving the insertion of a flexible tube through the nose into the stomach. This procedure is commonly performed to administer medication, fluids, or nutrients directly into the stomach, or to remove stomach contents, such as gastric decompression or drainage. Nasogastric intubation is also used for diagnostic purposes, such as obtaining gastric fluid samples or measuring gastric pH levels. It is a routine procedure performed by healthcare professionals in hospitals, clinics, and other medical settings to manage various gastrointestinal conditions and provide nutritional support to patients who cannot eat or drink orally.