iodinated 131I human serum albumin
Definition: a sterile, buffered, isotonic solution prepared to contain not less than 10 mg of radioiodinated normal human serum albumin per mL, and adjusted to provide not more than 1 mCi of radioactivity (from 125I or 131I) per mL; used as a diagnostic aid in the measurement of blood volume and cardiac output.
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