Non-ionic iodinated contrast media
What are Non-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. Each group varies in their uses, properties and toxic effects. In non-ionic iodinated contrast media the iodine is bound to an organic (non-ionic) compound and has a low osmolality.
List of Non-ionic iodinated contrast media:
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Medical conditions associated with non-ionic iodinated contrast media:
- Body Imaging
- Cerebral Arteriography
- Computed Tomography
- Coronary Arteriography
- Digital Subtraction Angiography
- Endoscopy or Radiology Premedication
- Gastrointestinal Tract Examination
- Head Imaging
- Intra-arterial Digital Subtraction Angiography
- Intravenous Digital Subtraction Angiography
- Intravenous Urography
- Left Ventriculography
- Pediatric Angiocardiography
- Peripheral Angiography
- Peripheral Arteriography
- Renal Arteriography
- Visceral Arteriography