iohexol


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i·o·hex·ol

(ī'ō-heks'ol),
A monomeric, nonionic, water-soluble, low osmolar radiographic contrast medium for urography or angiography. Used intrathecally and intravascularly.

iohexol

/io·hex·ol/ (i″o-hek´sol) a nonionic, water-soluble, low-osmolality radiopaque medium.

iohexol

A contrast medium used to assist in X-ray examination of the spinal canal, the arteries and the urinary system. The drug is on the WHO official list.

iohexol

a non-ionic iodinated positive contrast agent used in contrast radiography.
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The main raw materials of contrast media in the upstream market are bulk drugs such as iohexol and barium sulfate.
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The tumour was enhanced heterogeneously after intravenous injection of iohexol, with values of 81 HU (Fig.
After administration of iohexol (2 mL/kg IV; Omnipaque, 240 mg/mL, GE Healthcare Inc, Princeton, NJ, USA), the mass was heterogeneously contrast-enhancing (Fig 2).
To analyze rates and risk factors of hyperfiltration (GFR measured by iohexol plasma clearance), MACS researchers studied 367 gay/bisexual men with HIV and 241 without HIV.
Examples include inulin, iothalamate, and iohexol, for which the renal clearance of these molecules equals GFR.
The patient underwent fluoroscopy-guided spinal injection of 10 mL of iohexol 300 mgI/mL contrast medium from a single-dose vial prepared by a nurse in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines (10).
KOS-[alpha], paclitaxel, and iohexol concentrations were determined based on previous methods in the literature and carried out as duplicates [18, 19].
Therefore, we conducted an ancillary study within CKiD to examine the association between blood lead levels and iohexol GFR in children and adolescents 1-19 years of age.
100 ml of Iohexol (30g I/100ml) was intravenously injected with a flow rate of 3 ml/s before examination.