Procedure for NG/OGInsertion for Newborns               NLC P/P# 6600.0701
Purpose:     To provide a method of instillingliquids or other substances into thestomach, withdrawing gastric contents,an...
Procedure:1. Obtain a physician’s order for NG or OG insertion.2. Assemble all required equipment:   Appropriate size of f...
Procedure:4. Measure the length of tubing from the infant’s nose to the   infant’s ear lobe, then to the tip of the xyphoi...
Procedure:7. Monitor the infant’s heart rate and color during procedure.8. After desired placement has been reached, secur...
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Procedure for ng og insertion in newborns

  1. 1. Procedure for NG/OGInsertion for Newborns NLC P/P# 6600.0701
  2. 2. Purpose: To provide a method of instillingliquids or other substances into thestomach, withdrawing gastric contents,and/or assessing esophageal anomalies.
  3. 3. Procedure:1. Obtain a physician’s order for NG or OG insertion.2. Assemble all required equipment: Appropriate size of feeding tube or suction catheter. 3 or 5 cc Syringe Stethoscope Tape **Do not leave catheter under radiant warmer lights for ANY length of time, or it will become too soft for insertion.3. Infant may be in prone position or head turned to right side.
  4. 4. Procedure:4. Measure the length of tubing from the infant’s nose to the infant’s ear lobe, then to the tip of the xyphoid process, and mark the position of the tube.5. Flex the newborn’s chin on his chest to facilitate passage. The tube may be lubricated with sterile water. Insert tube to the distance measured through mouth or nares pointing downward. **If resistance is met, discontinue procedure and notify the physician.6. Check for tube placement by aspirating stomach contents, and by instilling 0.5 ccs of air into tube while auscultating with a stethoscope over the epigastric region
  5. 5. Procedure:7. Monitor the infant’s heart rate and color during procedure.8. After desired placement has been reached, secure with tape. (Avoid occlusion of the nares)7. Perform aspiration/feeding.8. Document size of catheter used, time of insertion, infant’s toleration of procedure, vital signs, and amount of aspirate or residual obtained.

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