Seizures were reported in 2 out of 1350 myelography procedures among non-epileptic patients using 10.2 grams of iopamidol
for an incidence of 0.15% (24).
L is admitted for a routine stroke workup and prepares to undergo a CT angiogram (CTA) with the use of the iodinated agent iopamidol
(100 mL, 76%) to evaluate patency of cerebral vessels.
(Isovue 300 injection, 300 mg/mL; Bracco Imaging Canada, Quebec, Canada) at 2 mL/kg was injected within 3 seconds, immediately before CT image acquisition, for contrast enhanced images.
370 was used as radiographic contrast medium, and its volume was highly variable, as needed.
Critically to assess is that the chlorination of drinking water can convert, for example, the XCA Iopamidol
into geno- and cytotoxically effective transformation products (LAWA 2016).
During scan 80-120ml of contrast agent usually iopamidol
was injected continuously at infusion rate of 4.5 ml/s through antecubital vein for MSCT images.
Lin et al., "Chlor(am)ination of iopamidol
: kinetics, pathways and disinfection by-products formation," Chemosphere, vol.
Acetaminophen (ACT), acetylsulfamethoxazole (ASMX), azithromycin (AZI), caffeine (CAF), carbamazepine (CBZ), clarithromycin (CLA), enrofloxacin (ENRO), erythromycin (ERY), iopamidol
(IOPA), norfloxacin (NOR), oxytetracycline (OTC), sarafloxacin (SARA), sulfachloropyridazine (SCP), sulfadiazine (SPD), sulfadimethoxine (SDM), sulfamerazine (SMR), sulfameter (SMT), sulfamethazine (SMZ), sulfamethizole (SMI), sulfamethoxazole (SMX), tetracycline (TC), and trimethoprim (TMP) were purchased from Sigma-Aldrich.
report a risk of seizures in nonepileptic individuals and risk of status epilepticus in patients with epilepsy who have received Iopamidol
Mice were injected with formulated particles or iopamidol
in a comparison of contrasting ability and half-life.
The contrast media was 60 mL of iopamidol
370mgl/mL at 5cc/s.
Soga et al., "Coronary enhancement for prospective ECG-gated single R-R axial 320MDCT angiography: comparison of 60- and 80-mL iopamidol
370 injection," American Journal of Roentgenology, vol.