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Tracheobronchially Placed Nasogastric Tube in an Intubated Patient

A 27 years old male patient was referred to our hospital with traumatic asphyxia due to a job accident. He had been entubated before the admission. He was hospitalized in the intensive care unit and a nasogastric tube was inserted. However, radiological investigations showed that the tube was passed just near the endotracheal tube and placed in the tracheobronchial system.…

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  • Recieved 09.03.2010
  • Accepted 17.03.2010
  • Published Online 17.03.2010
  • Printed 01.09.2010
  • DOI 10.4328/JCAM.10.3.31
  • Author Suat Gezer, Bekir Sami Karapolat
  • Identifier J Clin Anal Med. 2010;1(3):227-227
  • Index Page 227-227
  • How to Cite Suat Gezer, Bekir Sami, Karapolat. Tracheobronchially Placed Nasogastric Tube in an Intubated Patient. J Clin Anal Med. 2010;1(3):227-227
  • Running Title Tracheobronchially Placed Nasogastric Tube
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