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5,5'-[(2-hydroxy-1,3-propane)bis(acetylamino)]bis[N,N'-bis(2,3- dihydroxypropyl)-2,4,6- triiodo-1,3-benzenedicarboxamide]; a dimeric, nonionic, low osmolar, water-soluble radiographic contrast medium for intravascular use.
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According to the procurement of contrast media from sample hospitals in 16 cities, the CT contrast media with market shares ranking top 4 in China are iohexol, iopromide, ioversol and iodixanol successively, with market shares of 20.
Lakewood, CO) with a continuous density gradient using Ficoll, iodixanol, or both (27).
A double blind comparison of iodixanol and opamidol.
NICE, FRANCE -- A study of 77,000 Swedish cardiac patients found rates of renal failure were about twice as high following the use of iodixanol, an iso-osmolar contrast medium promoted as less toxic to the kidneys than competing low-osmolar products, Pontus B.
Plasma, either spiked with PbTx-3 or from mice treated for 30 min with PbTx-3, was fractionated into different-sized lipoproteins by iodixanol gradient ultracentrifugation.
A method for the separation of the predominant LDL subclass with HDL and VLDL on a single-step iodixanol gradient has also been described recently (9).
A first-ever 208-person study comparing the renal safety, occurrence of cardiovascular adverse events and diagnostic image quality of GE Healthcare's isosmolar contrast media (CM) iodixanol (Visipaque) and the low-osmolar CM iopromide in select patients concluded iodixanol is associated with lower incidence of contrast-induced neuropathy (CIN) and cardiovascular events (CV) than iopromide, when used in patients with chronic kidney disease.
Iodixanol compared to iohexol for contrast procedures: A case-matched retrospective cohort study.
Iodixanol has low viscosity and, therefore, it needs less force during centrifugation.
They were randomized to receive either Ioxaglate (74 patients) or Iodixanol (71 patients) during their procedures.