Casselberry position

Cas·sel·ber·ry po·si·tion

(kas'ĕl-ber-ē),
a prone position that allows an intubated patient to drink without risking entry of the liquid into the tube.

Casselberry,

William E., U.S. laryngologist, 1858-1916.
Casselberry position - a prone position assumed when drinking, after intubation, in order to prevent the entrance of fluid into the tube.