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Dosage: The dose for retrograde use in cystography and voiding cystourethrography ranges from 25 to 300 mL depending on the age of the patient and the degree of bladder irritability; amounts greater than 300 mL may be used if the bladder capacity allows. Best results are obtained when the bladder is filled with the contrast agent. If desired, the preparation may be diluted with sterile water or sterile saline as indicated in the table below.
Administration: After sterile catheterization, the bladder should be filled to capacity with Cystografin using a suitable sterile administration set. Care should be taken to avoid using excessive pressure. The presence of bladder discomfort or reflux and/or spontaneous voiding usually indicates that the bladder is full.
|USE DILUTED SOLUTIONS IMMEDIATELY|
|100 mL Bottle|
|Sterile Water or Sterile Saline Added||% Diatrizoate Meglumine w/v||% Organically Bound Iodine w/v||Total Volume|
|0 mL||30.0||14.1||100 mL|
|25 mL||24.0||11.3||125 mL|
|50 mL||20.0||9.4||150 mL|
|67 mL||18.0||8.5||167 mL|
|300 mL Bottle|
|Sterile Water or Sterile Saline Added|
|0 mL||30.0||14.1||300 mL|
|50 mL||25.7||12.1||350 mL|
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