In today’s VETgirl blog, we interview Amy Newfield, CVT, VTS (ECC) on all you need to know about esophagostomy tube placement in veterinary medicine. What’s the best way to secure an e-tube so it doesn’t migrate or pull out? What’s the length to use for an e-tube, and how do you clean the stoma? Find out some great nutritional nursing care tips here.
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