Feeding through a misplaced nasogastric tube (NGT) is an avoidable yet frequent cause of patient harm. Chest X-rays (CXRs) are often used to exclude misplacement of an NGT prior to use but these x-rays may be misinterpreted by non-radiology physicians who may have little experience in this area.
Radiographers are a constant within any CXR NGT assessment pathway and may play a key role inimproving patient safety through identification of misplaced NGTs on CXRs. This study will assess radiographers base-line competence and confidence regarding NGT radiograph interpretation. This project has been funded by Health Education England London. Use of a web based clinical simulation platform for medical imaging has been donated by RAIQC.
This package includes image evaluation questions exclusively for participants in the study.
This package includes the following modules:
This module includes a collection of chest X-ray cases asking you to indicate whether or not it is safe to feed the patient using the nasogastric tube.
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- RaNGer Study
Created 25 April, 2023
Last updated 29 June, 2023
Module types included:
- Reader study 1
- Training and assessment cases 16
- CPD points available 1