ESTIMATE OF TOXICITY OF RADIOPAQUE AGENTS BY MEANS OF A CILIATE
- Inflammatory markers increase following exposure to radiographic contrast media. Laskey, W.K.; Gellman, J. // Acta Radiologica;Sep2003, Vol. 44 Issue 5, p498
Purpose:Increased levels of markers of systemic inflammation have been noted in patients following coronary angiographic procedures. The purpose of the present study was to examine the influence of the type of the angiographic procedure as well as the type of radiographic contrast...
- Multicenter phase-II trial of safety and efficacy of NC100150 for steady-state contrast-enhanced peripheral magnetic resonance angiography. Leiner, Tim; Ho, Kai Yiu J. A. M.; Ho, Vincent B.; Bongartz, Georg; Mali, Willem P. T. M.; Rasch, Wenche; van Engelshoven, Jos M. A. // European Radiology;Jul2003, Vol. 13 Issue 7, p1620
The aim of this study was to test the safety and efficacy of NC100150 injection for steady-state contrast-enhanced peripheral MR angiography in a multicentre phase-II trial. Thirty-three patients underwent steady-state NC100150 enhanced MR angiography (5 mg Fe/kg body weight) of the aortoiliac...
- Iomeprol: A Review of its Use as a Contrast Medium. Dooley, M.; Jarvis, B. // Drugs;May2000, Vol. 59 Issue 5, p1169
Iomeprol is a nonionic, monomeric iodinated contrast medium. Unlike the older ionic agents, iomeprol has low chemotoxicity, osmolality and viscosity and high water solubility. Compared with other nonionic contrast media, the osmolality and viscosity are lower and the water solubility is reported...
- MORPHOLOGIC CHANGES IN VESSEL ENDOTHELIA CAUSED BY CONTRAST MEDIA. Zinner, G.; Gottlob, R. // Angiology;Aug1959 Part 1, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p207
Investigates the effect of contrast media on the alteration of blood vessel endothelia. Morphologic changes found in the vascular tissue after utilization of the medium; Mechanism for the local damage in the vessel intima; Means to prevent damage by the contrast medium during angiography.
- Mechanochemical Synthesis of Yttrium and Lanthanum Tantalates. Molchanov, V. V.; Zuev, M. G.; Plyasova, L. M.; Bogdanov, S. V. // Inorganic Materials;Jan2004, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p73
The phase changes in the Y2O3â€“Ta2O5 and La2O3â€“Ta2O5 systems during mechanical activation and subsequent heat treatment are investigated. Y2O3 and Ta2O5 are shown to react during mechanical activation to form Y3TaO7 . Calcination of activated mixtures leads to the formation of YTaO4...
- Adverse Effects of Contrast Media: Incidence, Prevention and Management. Thomsen, H.S.; Bush, W.H.J. // Drug Safety;Oct1998, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p313
Although contrast media are relatively well tolerated, a non-life-threatening, moderate reaction requiring some treatment occurs in 1 to 2% of patients receiving ionic high-osmolar contrast media and in 0.2 to 0.4% of patients receiving non-ionic low-osmolar contrast media. Severe,...
- Allergic reactions at repeat femoral angiography with ioxaglate. Nilsson, S.; Bergstrand, L.; Erikson, U.; Johansson, J.; Smedby, �.; Walldius, G. // Acta Radiologica;Nov2001, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p608
AbstractPurpose: To study the occurrence of allergy-like reactions at angiography, repeated several times, and, secondly, to evaluate the effect of prophylactic treatment in individuals who had earlier experienced such reactions. Material and Methods: One hundred and fifty-seven patients with...
- MRA WITH NEW GADOLINIUM CHELATES. Knopp, M.V.; Flomer, F.; Schoenberg, S.; Kobligk, H. Von Tenng; Hentrich, R. // Acta Radiologica;Apr2000 Supplement 422, Vol. 41, p25
Studies the use of Gadobenate dimeglumine, a gadolinium-chelate, as a contrast media for magnetic resonance angiography. Safety profile; Concentration; Target applications.
- CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGING WITH ANGIOMARK. Yucel, E.K. // Acta Radiologica;Apr2000 Supplement 422, Vol. 41, p27
Describes the properties of AngioMark, a small-molecular-weight gadolinium chelate which binds reversibly to serum albumin. Application as a contrast media in magnetic resonance angiography; Clinical trial status.