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

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.
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Confirmation of stent-position was obtained by flurosocope (Toshiba X-Ray Image Intensifier, Model Number E5830SD-P4A) and diluted diatrizoate (urografin) was used to delineate collecting system, all images were saved automatically in fluoroscope, and then patient's position was changed to prone.
Gastrografin (Diatrizoate Meglumine and Diatrizoate Sodium Solution, Manufacturer: BerliMed S.A., Madrid, Spain) is a high-osmolarity water-soluble iodinated radiopaque contrast medium for oral or rectal administration only.
To treat VMs, various sclerosing agents including ethanol, bleomycin, polidocanol, sodium morrhuate, sodium tetradecyl sulfate, ethanolamine oleate, sodium diatrizoate tetrahydrate, hypertonic saline and OK432, alone or in combination have been used (11).
Then the left fore quarter was cannulated through teat orifice using teat infusion tube and infused with 30 ml of Diatrizoate meglumine and Diatrizoate sodium injection 76% (iodinated contrast radiography agent - [Trazograf.sup.a]) and right lateral radiography was taken with the same factors after sealing the teat orifice of left fore teat with Larson's teat plug (Fig.
Then, 3 ml of a mixture of meglumine diatrizoate (Bayer HealthCare, Germany) and medical sodium hyaluronate gel (Hainault) (at a volumetric ratio 1 : 1) was quickly injected into the lacrimal passage through the lacrimal punctum using a 5 ml disposable syringe and a number 9 lacrimal cannula.
In the method originally devised by Boyum [3], centrifugation on a density gradient, a concoction of a polysucrose (Ficoll) to aggregate erythrocytes and sodium diatrizoate (Hypaque) to adjust density, acts as the first step to separate out the peripheral blood mononuclear cells (PBMC), followed by dextran sedimentation to purify the neutrophils from the erythrocytes.
When 20% meglumine diatrizoate was injected directly into the renal calices some turbulent flow reflection can be found by the ultrasound.
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).