Sengstaken-blakemore tube



Sengstaken-Blakemore tube Sengs·ta·ken-Blake·more tube (sěngz’tā’kən-blāk’môr’)
n.
A triple-lumen tube of which one lumen is used to drain the stomach and two lumen are used to inflate attached gastric and esophageal balloons; used for treatment of bleeding esophageal varices.

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