Dry powdered aerosols of diatrizoic acid nanoparticle agglomerates as a lung contrast agent.

@article{Elgendy2010DryPA,
  title={Dry powdered aerosols of diatrizoic acid nanoparticle agglomerates as a lung contrast agent.},
  author={Nashwa El-gendy and Kristin L Aillon and Cory J Berkland},
  journal={International journal of pharmaceutics},
  year={2010},
  volume={391 1-2},
  pages={305-12}
}
Aerosolized contrast agents may improve the resolution of biomedical imaging modalities and enable more accurate diagnosis of lung diseases. Many iodinated compounds, such as diatrizoic acid, have been shown to be safe and useful for radiographic examination of the airways. Formulations of such compounds must be improved in order to allow imaging of the smallest airways. Here, diatrizoic acid nanoparticle agglomerates were created by assembling nanoparticles into inhalable microparticles that… CONTINUE READING
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