nasal feeding

na·sal feed·ing

the giving of nourishment through a flexible tube passed through the nasal passages into the stomach.

na·sal feed·ing

(nāzăl fēding)
Giving of nourishment through a flexible tube passed through nasal passages into stomach.
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Being premature meant that Sam needed extra help in those early weeks, requiring a nasal feeding tube and oxygen to help with feeding problems and to help his little lungs.
Glaswegian Brady, 78, removes his nasal feeding tube to tuck into cheese on toast, sandwiches and plates of chips at Ashworth secure hospital in Liverpool a source said.
Brady, 78, removes his nasal feeding tube to tuck into cheese on toast, sandwiches and plates of chips in his room at a top-security hospital, the insider reveals.
com/ Lambert, who appeared in court wearing large sunglasses and had a nasal feeding tube for medical reasons, created an online profile for the girl - whom he claimed was 18 - and posted provocative photos to entice potential clients to his business, which he branded "Swinger Escorts".
Some patients, he said, tolerated an oral diet one to two days after surgery while some were discharged with a short-term nasal feeding tube or long-term gastric feeding tube, including some who were feeding tube-dependent prior to surgery.
Doctors inserted Brady's nasal feeding tube on October 30, 1999, and he is kept alive by a nutritious liquid fed into his stomach.
The officials endeavoured to force lines up her nose for nasal feeding but failed because she had been injured across the bridge of her nose before entering prison when stones were thrown at her.
At one point I had a nasal feeding tube and I lost my hair so people would stare in the street.
Brady who has a nasal feeding tube in his right nostril, said he stayed in his hospital room which he described as a "cell" to avoid "negative and provocative" staff.