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Ioversol Injection

Ioversol Injection

Ioversol injection is a contrast agent used to help diagnose or find problems in various parts of the body. It is commonly employed during medical procedures such as CT scans and angiography. Here are some key points about it:

  • Purpose:

    • Diagnostic Imaging: Ioversol helps create a clear picture of different body parts, including the brainheartheadblood vessels, and other structures.
    • Contrast Enhancement: It enhances the visibility of these structures, aiding in accurate diagnosis.
  • Mechanism of Action:

    • Ioversol is an iodinated contrast agent. It contains iodine atoms that absorb X-rays, making blood vessels and tissues visible in radiographic images.
    • By increasing the contrast between different structures, it allows radiologists to identify abnormalities.
  • Administration:

    • Ioversol is administered intravenously (IV) by a healthcare professional.
    • The dosage depends on the specific procedure, patient’s weight, and other factors.
  • Safety Precautions:

    • Inform your healthcare provider if you have any allergies, kidney problems, or a history of adverse reactions to contrast agents.
    • After administration, patients are monitored for any adverse reactions.

Remember that this information is for general understanding, and individual cases may vary. If you have specific questions or need personalized advice, please consult your healthcare provider. 😊🌟

Ioversol Injection

  • Strengths

    300mg I/ml

  • Fill Volumes

    50 ml

  • Container

    Glass Vial

  • Use

    Radiographic & Diagnostic Agents

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