Nasogastric tube positioning
Patient with cerebral palsy and development deficiency requiring enteral feeding.
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This radiograph shows a nasogastric tube that if retracted slightly could be suitable for feeding. Also likely basal pneumonia.
This patient has a NG tube that will be safe for feeding. If retracted slightly, will definitely be in the stomach rather than antrum/?duodenal. Developing pneumonia which in this case is probably caused by aspiration.