I don't know if the nurses here are trained. 2 weeks ago i brought my dad in to change his ryles tube (a tube used to put in milk for patients who can't swallow, it needs changing every 2 weeks), 2 nurses help insert it into my dad. After they finished i even asked both the nurses "kak sudah check betul betul"? they both said yes its in place (meaning the tube is in the stomach). when i arrived home it was time to feed my dad and i did. every time i pour the milk in he started coughing. I had this feeling that something is wrong but didn't know what. Again after 3 hours I fed him again. He was gurgling heavily, suddenly i realized my dad's nail beds were light grayish / blueish (meaning there is lack of oxygen). I quickly rushed him into the hospital. When i arrived the doctor showed me a x-ray of his chest. The ryles tube was WRONGLY place. It was inserted into his LUNGS INSTEAD OF HIS STOMACH. My dad nearly died that day. The doctors exact words were "Please be prepared, your dad might not make it". How can these nurse be allowed to work here.