diatrizoate


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diatrizoate

 [di″ah-tri-zo´āt]
the most commonly used water-soluble, iodinated, radiopaque x-ray contrast medium.

di·a·tri·zo·ate

(dī'ă-trī-zō'āt),
Salt of 3,5-diacetamido-2,4,6-triiodobenzoic acid.
See: sodium diatrizoate.

diatrizoate

/dia·tri·zo·ate/ (-tri-zo´āt) the most commonly used water-soluble, iodinated, radiopaque x-ray contrast medium; used in the form of its meglumine and sodium salts.

diatrizoate

Imaging A high-osmolality–up to 7 times plasma osmolality–normally ±300 mosmol/kg compound used as intravascular radiographic contrast media. Cf Low-osmolality contrast media.

diatrizoate

the most commonly used water-soluble, iodinated, radiopaque x-ray contrast medium.
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Modification of neurotoxicity of methylglucamine diatrizoate (hypaque 75 per cent) by intra-arterial instillation of vasoactive drugs.
The contrast study was performed utilizing intravenous 60% diatrizoate meglumine (2 mL/kg).
Meglumine diatrizoate (1 ml/kg) was then injected (5 ml/s) immediately, and a postcontrast helical scan was performed using the same protocol as for the precontrast scan.
It is an ionic bitter-flavoured mixture of sodium diatrizoate, meglumine diatrizoate, and a wetting agent (Polysorbate 80).
The Following contrasts were used in the study population: iohexol (nonionic, monomer, and LOCM); sodium meglumine diatrizoate (ionic, HOCM, and monomer); iopamidol (nonionic, monomer, and LOCM); and ioxaglate (Ionic, LOCM, and dimer).
Tablo 1: Emziren Anneler Tarafindan Kullanilmak Uzere Amerikan Pediatri Akademisi Tarafindan Onaylanmis Kontrast ve Radyoopak Maddeler [18,24] LAKTASYONDA RISK JENERIK ISIM TICARI ISIM KATEGORISI Barium Sulfate L1 (Cok Guvenli) Diatrizoate L2 (Daha Guvenli) Fluorescein L3 (Orta Duzeyde Guvenli) Gadopentetic L2 (Daha Guvenli) (Gadolinium) Iohexol Omnipaque L2 (Daha Guvenli) Iopanoic acid Telepaqu L2 (Daha Guvenli) Metrizamide Amipaque L2 (Daha Guvenli) Metrizoate Isopaque L2 (Daha Guvenli)
Luke, "Effect of urinary pH and diatrizoate on Bence Jones protein nephrotoxicity in the rat," Kidney International, vol.
The ionic contrast medium renograffin (diatrizoate meglumine and diatrizoate sodium) was used to opacify the bile and the pancreatic duc t.
Positive contrast radiography of urinary bladder was performed using contrast agent (diatrizoate meglumine and diatrizoate sodium-76%) on days 30, 60 and 90 post-implantation to evaluate the healing status.
2% iothalamate or diatrizoate meglumine media are excellent for videourodynamic imaging.
4) Gastrografin (sodium diatrizoate, meglumine diatrizoate, schering, New Zealand) have been found to be helpful for predicting the outcome of obstruction.