Omnipaque

What is Omnipaque?

Omnipaque (iohexol) is a contrast agent. Omnipaque is a trade name for Iohexol. It is a low osmolar, nonionic, iodinated contrast agent. It is used in various intravasular diagnostic procedures like coronary angiography, spinal cord imaging etc. It comes in injectable or oral form. Omnipaque is available in various concentrations but mainly Omnipaque 350 is commonly used in coronary angiography.

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Can Optiray or another similar radiopaque XXXXXXX be substituted for Omnipaque in the following situations while using fluoroscopy for imaging:...

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Yes.we can use optiray in place of omnipaque.

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Dear Dr. Ditah,

I hav had a CT scan of chest done with 100ml omnipaque into the vein. This was done on Sunday the XXXXXXX 5th - the same day after...

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These are most likely side effects to omnipaque!

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I recently had a testicle removed due to cancer, it didnt spread and all is good. This week I had a CT and Omnipaque was used, I had to drink it...

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Thyroid gland dysfunction to consider.

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