nasogastric


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Related to nasogastric: nasogastric tube, Nasogastric Aspiration

nasogastric

(ˌneɪzəʊˈɡæstrɪk)
adj
(Medicine) anatomy of or relating to the nose and stomach: a nasogastric tube.
Translations

na·so·gas·tric

a. nasogástrico-a, rel. a la nariz y el estómago;
___ tubetubo ___.

nasogastric

adj nasogástrico
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