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Cardiac Electrophysiology, Arrhythmogenic Mechanisms and Roentgen Contrast Media
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Iodixanol, which is an isotonic nonionic dimer supplemented with NaCl and CaCl2, is as well tolerated as iohexol during free coronary flow, but when flow is restricted, the risk of VF is less with iodixanol than with iopamidol,iohexol and ioxaglate. Expand
CTA in patients with acute subarachnoid haemorrhage: A comparative study with selective, digital angiography and blinded, independent review
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Comparing CTA with IA-DSA in patients with acute SAH, to compare CTA interpretations with those of blinded, independent reviewers and to evaluate improvement in CTA diagnostics after 1 year of experience with CTA, concluded that CTA in SAH is of great value in demonstrating vascular anatomy and the exact size of an aneurysm. Expand
CTA IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SUBARACHNOID HAEMORRHAGE
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Comparing CTA with IA-DSA in patients with acute SAH, to compare CTA interpretations with those of blinded, independent reviewers and to evaluate improvement in CTA diagnostics after 1 year of experience with CTA, concluded that CTA in SAH is of great value in demonstrating vascular anatomy and the exact size of an aneurysm. Expand
Contrast media-induced ventricular fibrillation: an experimental study of the effects of dimeric contrast media during wedged catheter injection in dogs.
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The risk of ventricular fibrillation during long-lasting contrast media exposure to the myocardium appears to be much lower with iodixanol compared with ioxaglate and also lower than when using iotrolan. Expand
Cardiac effects of adding electrolytes and oxygen to iohexol in a dog model of contrast media-induced ventricular fibrillation.
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It is concluded that electrolyte supplement to iohexol may prevent VF, probably by lengthening MAPD. Expand
Cardiovascular effects of MnDPDP and mncl2 in Dogs with Acute Ischaemic Heart Failured
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The present study suggests that slow infusion of MnDPDP should not cause further deteroriation of cardiac function in patients with heart failure, and is well tolerated in dogs without further depression of cardiovascular function during acute ischaemic heart failure. Expand
Electrolyte addition to nonionic contrast media. Cardiac effects during experimental coronary arteriography.
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Investigation of the cardiac electrophysiologic and hemodynamic effects of CM during selective coronary arteriography in normal and failing hearts and in particular the role of electrolyte addition to nonionic CM suggests addition of key electrolytes toNonionic CM can reduce the risk of cardiac complications during coronary arter iography. Expand
Can use of adaptive statistical iterative reconstruction reduce radiation dose in unenhanced head CT? An analysis of qualitative and quantitative image quality
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There was no significant difference in qualitative image quality between full dose FBP and dose reduced ASIR, and CNR improved in DR ASIR compared to FD FBP mostly due to increased contrast, not reduced noise. Expand
[Restenosis after coronary angioplasty].
Angiography of 169 patients who had been treated successfully with PTCA showed restenosis in 61. Of these, 38 were successfully treated with a new PTCA, and six developed a new restenosis. RestenosisExpand
Cardiac Effects of Coronary Arteriography with Electrolyte Addition to Iohexol
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It is concluded that IPE appears to be well tolerated hemodynamically and slightly lengthened epicardial monophasic action potential duration before heart failure and during heart failure. Expand
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