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Ionic iodinated contrast media

What are Ionic iodinated contrast media?

Iodinated contrast media is a contrast media containing iodine that is used in radiography to increase the clarity of the image. Iodinated contrast media can be divided into the two groups, ionic and non-ionic, which vary in their uses, properties and toxic effects. Ionic iodinated contrast media were developed before non-ionic iodinated contrast media and usually have a high osmolality.

List of Ionic iodinated contrast media:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Gastrografin (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate
3.0
1 review
Sinografin (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate / iodipamide
No reviews
Renografin-60
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Renocal-76
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Reno-Dip (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Reno-60 (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Reno-30 (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
MD-Gastroview (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
MD-76 R
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Hypaque Meglumine
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Hypaque-76
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Hypaque
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Hexabrix (Pro)
Generic name: ioxaglate
No reviews
Cystografin-Dilute
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Cystografin (Pro)
Generic name: diatrizoate
No reviews
Cysto-Conray II (Pro)
Generic name: iothalamate
No reviews
Conray (Pro)
Generic name: iothalamate
No reviews
Cholografin Meglumine
Generic name: iodipamide
No reviews
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Medical conditions associated with ionic iodinated contrast media:

Further information

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