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How much visipaque effect for angioplasty surgery?

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Inactive 19 Oct 2011

Hi bhum, I am not sure I understand your question. Visipaque is a radiopaque solution, meaning that when injected into a blood vessel, the vessel or organ can be seen clearly with an X-Ray or CT scan. It contains"iodixanol" that contains iodine. It is a contrast medium only. If you are allergic to Iodine you must tell your doctor. Some one will ask you that I am sure. As to the amount used it will vary on the procedure you are having done. It is readily excreted from your body by your kidneys and liver. If you have impaired renal function , tell the doctor. You should not have any effects at all from Visipaque Good Luck Dave free discount card

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