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nasal

[′nā·zəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the nose.
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The family believe they are now left with three possible options to wean her off her nasal tube - at a hospital in Glasgow, Great Ormond Street Hospital in London or with a specialist company in Birmingham.
On 'KEN', a protein-rich but carbohydrate-free solution is constantly fed into the stomach 24-hours-a-day via a nasal tube, using an electronic pump.
She was fed by the nasal tube direct to her stomach every day for nine weeks and spent six months in hospital.
Elyas suffered from Bartter's Syndrome, a kidney condition, which meant he needed to be given large amounts of sodium and potassium though a nasal tube, to prevent rapid dehydration.
Lisa, of Ridley Drive, Norton, spent 18 months on a waiting list for a lung transplant and had to live with a nasal tube to supply oxygen during the day.
She's fed through a nasal tube and will be in Alder Hey for a while.
To this day, it force-feeds her through a nasal tube, bundles her from prisons to hospital wards in Imphal and New Delhi, and tries every trick in the book to weaken her resolve -- to no avail.
The child had been on a salt-free milk feed in hospital which was being given via a nasal tube because he had become so weak.
Fighter: Amy had to be fed through a nasal tube after catching a potentially deadly strain of meningitis; 'Beautiful: Elizabeth cradles newborn Amy
She is being force fed by nasal tube in the James Cook University Hospital.
The 30-year-old will be fed a special diet to replace a lack of salts in his body, possibly through a nasal tube.
The trainer explained that Lifeguard - a vitamin supplement - was regularly given to his horses through a nasal tube, via which a milkshake is also administered, the day after they have run.