Venous catheter;syringe flask, disposable, sterile, 2x200 ml, for radiocontrast agents
, 30 pcs, pack
This list of medications includes antibiotics, nutritional solutions for intensive care units, drugs used for muscle extension, medicines for incubators, other drugs for the respiratory system, newborns, kidney supplements, and radiocontrast agents
, as well as treatment drugs for patients with thalassaemia, said Ziada.
Intravenous iodinated radiocontrast agents
labelled with gadolinium are used as contrast media in patients undergoing MRI scans.
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, which have been used in common daily clinical practice, can cause severe vasculitic syndrome and acute renal failure and, LV may be confused with diabetic foot ulcer.
Effects of saline, mannitol and furosemide on acute decreases in renal function induced by radiocontrast agents
Anaphylactoid and adverse reactions to radiocontrast agents
Evaluation of the nitric oxide production in rat renal artery smooth muscle cells culture exposed to radiocontrast agents
increase the production of renal free radicals, which cause direct injury to the renal tubules, and NAC is a free radical scavenger.
He was advised to avoid the typical triggers for mast cell degranulation (which caused the hypotensive episodes and associated symptoms), including alcohol, heat, cold, exertion, emotional upset, narcotics, radiocontrast agents
, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, acetylsalicylic acid, seafood, Hymenoptera stings, anticholinergic agents, polymyxin B, surgery, and mechanical irritation of his urticaria pigmentosa rash (eg, massage).
Avoid radiocontrast agents
when possible; consider hydration and acetylcysteine