radiop cure for aids ray diagnosis

Or Radiop radiopaque drugs are used to detect health problems. These drugs block containing iodine, x-rays.

Its use depends on the radiopaque agent is given to identify or collect in certain areas of the body. High iodine, x-rays to create a "snapshot" of the region.

A regional entity for the radiopaque agent is shown in white on x-ray film, so you need to create a contrast to distinguish between the organs and other tissues. It also helps the doctor to see special conditions in an organ or body part.

Radiopaque agents are used in local assessments include:

Prior to the urinary tract: diatrizoate, iohexol, iothalamate

According to the diseases of the uterus and fallopian tubes, and iodipamide diatrizoate, Diatrizoate, iohexol, Ioxaglate.

Catheter or needle may be inserted radio-opaque fluid into the bladder or ureters to help diagnose kidney and urinary tract.

It can also be inserted into the uterus and fallopian tubes to assess disease organs. After testing, the patient's urine radiopaque liquid.

Radiopaque agent is based on the size or concentration, osmolality was closed. Agent with low osmolarity new and more expensive than high osmolalitasnya. For most patients, an official of high osmolarity and a safe option either.

There are some patients because of his body suffered a severe reaction to radiopaque agents, especially in patients with a history of asthma or allergies. For patients may be low osmolality radiopaque agent of choice.

Dose

Different doses of radiopaque agents for different patients and depend on the type of test. Its strength is determined by the amount of iodine. Different tests require different strengths and the number of solutions depending on the age of the patient, contrast is necessary, and using X-ray equipment

To examine the kidneys and urinary tract area, the amount of solution used depends on the size of the bubble.

Radiopaque agent should be under the supervision of a physician or radiologist radiology may be used. For the comfort and the best results, the patient first requested to urinate just before the procedure.

Side Effects

Abdominal pain and discomfort

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Fever

Nausea and vomiting