Indocyanine green: observations on its physical properties, plasma decay, and hepatic extraction.

@article{Cherrick1960IndocyanineGO,
  title={Indocyanine green: observations on its physical properties, plasma decay, and hepatic extraction.},
  author={G R Cherrick and Sterling Stein and Carroll M. Leevy and Caroline S. Davidson},
  journal={The Journal of clinical investigation},
  year={1960},
  volume={39},
  pages={592-600}
}
Indocyanine green 1 (ICG) is a tricarbocyanine dye (Figure 1) which has been used in the indicator dilution technique for measuring cardiac output (1, 2). Animal studies (3) and preliminary observations of human subjects (4, 5) have suggested that this dye may have characteristics that could make its uptake, storage, and excretion by the liver helpful indices of hepatic function. The present investigations were carried out to determine whether indocyanine green has properties that may render it… CONTINUE READING
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