DOES ANYONE HAVE THE LIMITATION RATES FOR ANGIO-CATHS FOR POWER INJECTING CT?
FOR EXAMPLE...20guage Limit is 3.5 ml/sec ETC...
Nov 2 2007, 8:31 AM EDT by
Intravenous Contrast is basically, the bread-and-butter of CT imaging. While CT scans on their own are a wonderful source of detail and information, adding contrast to the mix just takes CT imaging to a whole new level. So what do we use Intravenous
Aug 12 2010, 2:04 AM EDT by
CT Contrast Media
When one first thinks Contrast Media, it's very easy to jump straight to Intravenous Iodinated Contrast. After all, around 80% of CT scans require this in order to visualise abnormal blood-flow, tumour presences and changes to organ structures. Howe
May 4 2013, 5:04 PM EDT by