FDA Warns Of Adverse Events, Deaths From High-Tech Nasogastric Feeding Tubes
At issue are enteral access system (EAS) nasogastric feeding tubes that transmit real-time positional information during insertion.
Nasogastric tubes about a yard long are inserted in a nostril and threaded down to a patient’s stomach to deliver liquefied food directly to the stomach. They can be used on patients...
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