Reviews of Books

@article{TUBES1979ReviewsOB,
  title={Reviews of Books},
  author={FEEDING TUBES},
  journal={The Lancet},
  year={1979},
  volume={314},
  pages={829-830}
}
NASOGASTRIC tube feeding is an important means of providing continuous long-term nutritional support. The soft finebore tube (85-145 cm in length, 1 mm internal and 1.5 mm external diameter, Roussel Ltd) first used by McMichael,! has greatly reduced discomfort and stress to the patient. The insertion of a fine-bore tube, stiffened by a modified Seldinger wire, usually presents no problem except when there are obstructive lesions of the upper alimentary tract or when gut motility is impaired… CONTINUE READING
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Carbohydrate intolerance

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