diatrizoate meglumine


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diatrizoate meglumine

(dī″ă-trī-zō′āt)
A high-osmolarity, water-soluble ionic contrast medium with the cation consisting of meglumine during ionic dissociation. It is used intra-arterially to visualize the arteries and veins of the heart and brain, great vessels such as the aorta, and the kidneys and bladder.
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Positive contrast mammography with iodinated contrast agent (Diatrizoate Meglumine and Diatrizoate Sodium injection 76%) was used as an aid to diagnose udder fibrosis due to chronic mastitis.
In 7 patients with GD upper gastrointestinal contrast examinations were performed after oral application of 30-70 mL of contrast medium (diatrizoate meglumine solution, Bayer Vital, Berlin).
Such interference is often noted in the urine of patients on antibiotic therapy (ampicillin, amoxicillin), as well as other medications and radiopaque dyes (diatrizoate meglumine).
* Diagnostic procedure: Subjects completed the following colonic preparation: 90 cc sodium phosphate, 10 mg bisacodyl, 500 cc barium for solid stool tagging, and 120 cc diatrizoate meglumine and diatrizoate sodium for luminal fluid opacification.
Comparison of iohexol 300 and diatrizoate meglumine 60 for body CT: image quality, adverse reactions and aborted/repeated examinations.
Diatrizoate Meglumine and Diatrizoate Sodium Inj USP 60% (iodine conc = 292 mg/ml)