Which of the following is the best way to assess the appropriate placement of a nasogastric tube?
Insert air into the nasogastric tube while auscultating for air.
Note the depth of the nasogastric catheter at the tip of the nose.
Aspirate to assess for gastric secretions.
Obtain a chest radiograph to confirm placement.
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