Nephrotoxicity from contrast media: attenuation with theophylline.

@article{Katholi1995NephrotoxicityFC,
  title={Nephrotoxicity from contrast media: attenuation with theophylline.},
  author={R. Katholi and G. Taylor and W. P. McCann and W. Woods and K. Womack and C. McCoy and C. Katholi and H. Moses and G. Mishkel and C. Lucore},
  journal={Radiology},
  year={1995},
  volume={195 1},
  pages={
          17-22
        }
}
PURPOSE To determine if depression of creatinine clearance after administration of contrast medium may be prevented with theophylline. MATERIALS AND METHODS A nonionic, low-osmolality contrast medium (iopamidol) or an ionic, high-osmolality contrast medium (sodium diatrizoate) was administered to 93 patients. Before the examination, these patients were given theophylline or a placebo orally. There were also 30 patients who received an adenosine-uptake inhibitor (dipyridamole). Creatinine… Expand
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