A Miller–Abbott tube is a tube used to treat obstructions in the small intestine
through intubation. It was developed in 1934 by William Osler Abbott and
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A variety of tubes is used for gastric lavage, aspiration, and decompression. ...
The Miller-Abbott tube is a 3-meter double-lumen nasointestinal tube with a ...
Miller-Abbott tubes in patients referred for tube placement by changing the
patients' body position under fluoroscopic guidance for conservative treatment of
Medical definition of Miller–Abbott tube: a double-lumen balloon-tipped rubber
tube used for the purpose of decompression in treating intestinal obstruction—
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AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2012 Mar;198(3):W274-8. doi: 10.2214/AJR.11.7109. A
novel method of punctured Miller-Abbott tube placement using a guidewire under
The Miller-Abbott tube for the small intestine has acquired a permanent place in
the therapeutic and diagnostic armamentarium of the surgical clinic. Its establ.
Simplified Intestinal Intubation with Miller-Abbott Tube. H. M. YOUNG,t M.D., Los
Angeles. THERE is still a lack of standardization in meth- ods of intestinal ...
Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Indications for the
Use of the Miller–Abbott Tube.