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Omnipaque 140 +PLUSPAK of 50mL

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Omnipaque 140 +PLUSPAK of 50mL

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Omnipaque 140 +PLUSPAK of 50mL

10 per box

A low osmolar, nonionic, iodinated contrast agent introduced in Canada in 1985. Its indications include a broad range of intravascular diagnostic procedures such as coronary angiography, spinal cord imaging, and body cavity procedures including shoulder and knee joints. OMNIPAQUE is approved for use in adults and children, and is available in a variety of packagings.

All nonionic, iodinated contrast media currently available inhibit blood coagulation, in vitro, less than ionic contrast media. Clotting has been reported when blood remains in contact with syringes containing nonionic contrast media. Serious, rarely fatal, thromboembolic events causing myocardial infarction and stroke have been reported during angiographic procedures with both ionic and nonionic contrast media. Therefore, meticulous intravascular administration technique is necessary to minimize thromboembolic events.

 

+PLUSPACK
+PLUSPAK polymer bottle for contrast media offers numerous advantages over traditional glass packaging, including decreased cost of waste disposal, reduced storage, and improved workplace safety for healthcare workers who administer contrast media to patients. +PLUSPAK polymer bottle achieves these benefits through its patented design and pharmaceutical-grade polypropylene composition, which result in smaller, lighter, and safer packaging than glass.

10 per each

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SKU 000000000000123665
MFR Number Y510
Manufacturer GE HEALTHCARE (FORMERLY AMERSHAM)
UOM EA
Packaging EACH
BAAN SKU 412891
Short Description Omnipaque 140 +PLUSPAK of 50mL
RX License Required Yes
NDC 0407-1401-52

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