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(diatrizoate sodium)
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  • Resolution of adhesive small bowel obstruction with a protocol based on Gastrografin administration. [Journal Article]
    J Med Life 2019 Jan-Mar; 12(1):10-14Paily A, Kotecha J, … Kumar B
  • The use of Gastrografin may have a therapeutic effect on resolving adhesive small bowel obstruction. Adhesive Small Bowel obstruction (ASBO) accounts for the majority of patients with small bowel obstruction. Most patients are managed conservatively; frequent admissions create a considerable burden. We sought to examine the adherence to the Bologna guidelines for the management of ASBO in a high …
  • Management Strategy of Meconium Ileus-Outcome Analysis. [Journal Article]
    J Indian Assoc Pediatr Surg 2019 Apr-Jun; 24(2):120-123Singh AK, Pandey A, … Kureel SN
  • CONCLUSIONS: MI is an important neonatal emergency, which needed immediate attention of a pediatric surgeon. Proper evaluation of the patient, careful application of principals of conservative management, and timely surgical intervention may fetch satisfactory results.
  • Comparison of Positive Oral Contrast Agents for Abdominopelvic CT. [Journal Article]
    AJR Am J Roentgenol 2019; :1-7Winklhofer S, Lin WC, … Yeh BM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The frequency of inhomogeneous bowel opacification was lower for iohexol than for diatrizoate or barium sulfate. Barium showed the highest frequency of bowel lumen heterogeneity. The iodinated agents showed greater increases in mean CT attenuation from the proximal bowel segments to the distal bowel segments than barium sulfate.
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