Nasogastric intubation with tubes using an internal guidewire or stylet
Algorithm for intravenous fluid therapy in adults. Source : NICE ( ). Reproduced with permission of NICE.
Conversion chart for estimating height from ulna length. Source : Reproduced from BAPEN ( ) with permission.
Nasojejunal tube in situ . Source : Lord ( ).
Weigh the patient.
Measure the waist circumference.
Electrolyte composition of blood plasma, interstitial fluid and intracellular fluid. Source : Reproduced with permission of Pearson.
Mechanisms and consequences of antidiuretic hormone (ADH) release.
Example of a fluid balance chart.
The IDDSI framework.
Gastrostomy tube in situ . Source : Lord ( ).
X‐radiograph of a correctly inserted nasogastric tube. Source : Reproduced from PPSA ( ) with permission of the ECRI Institute ( ecri.org.uk ).
Measure between the point of the elbow (olecranon process) and the midpoint of the prominent bone of the wrist (styloid process).
NEX measurement: from n ose to e ar lobe to the bottom of the x iphisternum.
The renin–angiotensin–aldosterone system. Source : Reproduced with permission of Soupvector – Own work, CC BY‐SA 4.0 https://commons.wikimedia.org/w...
Foot and ankle oedema.
The oral stage of swallowing.
Radiologically inserted gastrostomy (RIG) with T‐fasteners in place.
Test precision and test risk: the connection. Source : Reproduced from PPSA ( ) with permission of the ECRI Institute ( ecri.org.uk ).
Measure the mid‐upper arm circumference (MUAC). (a) Identify the midpoint between the two points. (b) Mark the arm.
Active transport: sodium/potassium pump. Source : Clod94, CC BY‐SA 4.0, https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by‐sa/4.0 .
Passive leg raise.
The pharyngeal stage of swallowing.
Nasogastric tube in situ . Source : Lord ( ).
Low‐profile gastrostomy. Source : Lord ( ).
Four key checks to carry out when using the pH tests. Source : Reproduced with permission of the ECRI Institute ( www.ecri.org.uk ) and The Royal Mar...
Measure the circumference of the arm.