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contrast media

radiopaque substances introduced into a joint, bursa or blood vessel, to allow radiological visualization
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Technological advancement, innovation, increasing demand for diagnostic imaging, increasing healthcare expenditure, minimal invasive procedure, rising number of diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular, neurological, increasing geriatric population, are the most important driving factors in contrast media injectors market.
The Contrast Media Manufacturing Enterprises in China are Yangtze River Pharmaceutical Group, BEILU Pharmaceutical Co.
9,14,20) A strong history of multiple drug allergies should increase awareness of the possible risk of a reaction, but there is no need to avoid injection of contrast media unless the allergy is to the IV contrast itself.
Effects of different contrast media on glutathione peroxidase and superoxide dismutase activities in the heart and kidneys of normal and streptozotocin-induced diabetic rats.
2% of patients receiving high-osmolarity contrast media and 0.
The study found that MDCT without contrast media could accurately show the site of bowel perforation in 73 of 85 patients, or 86 percent.
Since our case has no predisposition to contrast media induced sialadenitis such as diabetes mellitus, hypertension, renal and/or any other systemic disease we consider our case is worth of consideration.
Effects of hyperosmolar ionic and low osmolar non-ionic contrast media on acid base, blood gas and electrolyte status in dogs.
The presence of high-density molecules such as iodinated contrast media increases the density of the plasma and serum.
In a comparison of costs, Cusmano indicates a total contrast media cost of $131,502 for his group of hospitals vs.
The global contrast media market is broadly segmented into barium-based, iodinated and gadolinium-based contrast media.
About contrast media injector Contrast media injectors are medical devices used to improve and enhance the quality of images produced inside of the body.