A Ryles tube, also known as a nasogastric tube, is a medical device used to deliver nutrition, and medications, or to remove stomach contents. The majority of Ryles Tube is used on patients. It is a thin flexible tube that inserted through the nostril down to the throat into the stomach. Generally, the tube is made of rubber or silicone and has multiple exit holes near its tip to facilitate fluid or suction. This procedure only be performed under the supervision of a health care expert. They are commonly employed in cases of gastrointestinal obstruction, post-surgery recovery, or for feeding critically ill patients. Proper insertion and monitoring are crucial to minimize complications and ensure patient safety.