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(iodipamide meglumine injection)
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  • Effect of iodinated contrast media on blood clotting. [Journal Article]
    Invest Radiol 1989; 24(5):390-3Corot C, Perrin JM, … Eloy R
  • Recently, blood clot formation in catheters used for the injection of nonionic contrast media (CM) during angiography has been reported as being due to activation of hemostasis in the catheter. However, CM exhibit inhibitory properties regarding coagulation and platelet functions. The effect on blood clotting of iohexol, iopamidol, ioxaglate, diatrizoate, and ioxitalamate at a ratio of 10% v/v wi…
  • Value of high contrast medium dose in brain CT. [Journal Article]
    J Comput Assist Tomogr 1982; 6(1):54-7Raininko R, Majurin ML, … Kangasniemi P
  • Fifty-five patients with brain lesions were examined by computed tomography (CT) after two doses of contrast medium: a bolus injection of 65% meglumine diatrizoate, 1 ml/kg, and a bolus injection of 65% meglumine diatrizoate, 1.5 ml/kg, in combination with an infusion of 250 ml meglumine iodamide containing 110 mg I/ml. The studies were usually performed 2 days apart and were analyzed by three ra…
  • High contrast enhancement of the liver in CT by repeated doses of contrast medium. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Radiol 1981; 1(2):126-31Rossi P, Rovighi L, … Simonetti G
  • A technique consisting of repeated injections of contrast medium has been used in 530 cases of upper abdominal CT studies for evaluation of hepatic and pancreatic disease. Out of 530 cases, 105 patients had hepatic lesions, 62 metastatic, 3 adenomas, 4 haemangiomas and 6 hepatomas. The remaining 30 patients had cystic lesions involving the liver. Using a repeat dose technique and rapid scanning, …
  • Comparative study of the methylglucamine salts of iodamide and iothalamate in clinical urography. [Journal Article]
    Clin Radiol 1981; 32(3):341-6Owen JP, Keir MJ, … Wilsdon JB
  • In a comparative urographic study of the methylglucamine salts of iodamide (Uromiro 300) and iothalamate (Conray 280) the following conclusions have been made: (i) In subjects with radiologically normal kidneys and a creatinine clearance greater than 70 ml/min total urogram scores and nephrogram scores were higher with iodamide (not statistically significant). The improvement in performance was m…
  • Iosulamide: a new intravenous cholangiocholecystographic medium. [Journal Article]
    Invest Radiol 1980 Nov-Dec; 15(6 Suppl):S142-7Rosenberg FJ, Ackerman JH, Nickel AR
  • Iosulamide is a bis-benzoic analogue of metrizoate that shows clear advantages in animal tests over meglumine iodipamide. The intravenous toxicity of iosulamide meglumine is considerably lower than that of iodipamide (Cholografin) in the mouse and rat. The LD50 in mice for iosulamide meglumine is 11,500 +/- 844 mg free acid/kg and for iodipamide is 2380 +/- 290 mg free acid/kg. A threefold differ…
  • A method of cholecystography applicable to small laboratory animals. [Journal Article]
    Gastroenterology 1976; 71(2):228-31Poilly JN, Halls JM, … Currie DJ
  • A method of intraperitoneal cholecystography is described and was tested on mice with experimentally induced gallstones. The presence of stones in the gallbladder was predicted with an accuracy of 95.5%, using doses of 3 ml of 51.6% meglumine iodipamide (Cholografin) per kg diluted 10-fold, followed a few days later by a repeat dose of 5 ml per kg in cases of nonvisualization of the gallbladder. …
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