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Iohexol Injection

Iohexol Injection is a contrast agent used for X-ray or CT-scan examinations. It helps enhance the visibility of internal body structures, aiding in the diagnosis of various health conditions. Here are some key points about Iohexol Injection:

  • Uses:

    • Diagnostic Agent: Iohexol Injection contains a radiopaque contrast medium used for radiographic examinations using X-rays.
    • Enhanced Visualization: It helps visualize parts of the body where it is injected, allowing radiologists and healthcare professionals to diagnose problems in areas not visible to the naked eye.
  • Administration:

    • Iohexol Injection is administered by a doctor during X-ray or CT-scan procedures.
    • The dosage depends on the specific examination and the patient’s needs.
  • Side Effects:

    • Common side effects include nauseavomiting, and diarrhea. These usually resolve shortly after the injection.
    • Staying hydrated before the procedure helps prevent kidney damage.
  • Safety Considerations:

    • Alcohol: Avoid consuming alcohol with Iohexol Injection.
    • Pregnancy: Generally considered safe during pregnancy based on limited human studies.
    • Breastfeeding: Safe to use while breastfeeding.
    • Driving: Effects on driving ability are not well-known.
    • Kidney: Use with caution in patients with kidney disease.
    • Liver: Use with caution in patients with liver disease12.

Remember to consult your healthcare provider for personalized advice regarding the use of Iohexol Injection. If you have any specific questions or need further information, feel free to ask! 😊12

Iohexol Injection

  • Strengths

    300 mg I/ml

  • Fill Volumes

    50 ml

  • Container

    Glass Vial

  • Use

    Radiographic & Diagnostic Agents

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