Nasogatric Tube Insertions I B Sc Nursing 1st Year I Foundations of Nursing I By Sana Mam
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Nasogastric tube insertion is a common procedure that is performed by nurses in a variety of healthcare settings. It involves the insertion of a flexible tube through the nose into the stomach for a variety of reasons such as feeding, medication administration, or removal of stomach contents.
In the B Sc Nursing 1st Year curriculum, students learn about the foundational principles of nursing care and the skills necessary to provide safe and effective patient care. Nasogastric tube insertion is an important skill that is taught in this course as it is a commonly used intervention in clinical practice.
During the course, students learn about the anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal system, indications for nasogastric tube insertion, and the different types of nasogastric tubes available. They also learn about the steps involved in preparing the patient for the procedure, including obtaining informed consent, assessing the patient’s suitability for the procedure, and ensuring the patient is comfortable and in a suitable position.
The course also covers the technical aspects of nasogastric tube insertion, including the correct measurement of tube length, the use of lubrication, and the insertion technique. Students also learn how to confirm the correct placement of the tube using various methods such as auscultation, pH testing, or X-ray imaging.
Additionally, students learn about the potential complications of nasogastric tube insertion, such as tube dislodgement, aspiration, or infection. They are taught how to monitor patients for any signs of complications and how to respond appropriately.
Overall, the Foundations of Nursing course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of nasogastric tube insertion, including the technical skills and the broader principles of patient care needed to perform the procedure safely and effectively.