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Figure 4: On return of patient from the operating theatre or following resuscitation, all tubes and lines should be checked and accounted for. In this patient, the position of the tracheostomy tube is satisfactory (black arrow), but the nasogastric tube is curled on itself and lies in the gastric fundus (white arrow); and the chest drain is also incorrectly placed for draining the pleural effusion (thin black arrow)

Figure 4: On return of patient from the operating theatre or following resuscitation, all tubes and lines should be checked and accounted for. In this patient, the position of the tracheostomy tube is satisfactory (black arrow), but the nasogastric tube is curled on itself and lies in the gastric fundus (white arrow); and the chest drain is also incorrectly placed for draining the pleural effusion (thin black arrow)