Scanlux is a non-ionic iodinated X-Ray contrast medium, which is water soluble.
Ingredients: Iopamidol 612 mg/ml
Dosage Form: Injection
Packaging: 50 ml and 100 ml
Neuroradiology: myeloradiculopathy, cisternography and ventriculography.
Angiography : cerebral arteriography, coronary arteriography, thorax aortography, abdominal aortography, angiocardiography, visceral arteriography selective, peripheral arteriography, venography, digital subtraction angiography (DSA), DSA cerebral artery, DSA peripheral artery, DSA abdominal artery
Urography : intravenous urography
Contrast enhancement on CT scanning, arthrography, fistulography
Contraindications: Iopamidol is strictly contraindicated in patients with manifest hyperthyroidism or hypersensitivity to the iopamidol group.
Special warnings and cautions : Patients w/ severe hepatic or renal impairment, hepatorenal syndrome, monoclonal gammopathy.
Scanlux® 300 can only be used for appropriate clinical indications, taking into account the risk factors in the patient to be examined. Adequate hydration should be provided before and after contrast media administration; If necessary, give intravenous infusion fluids until all the contrast media has been excreted. Especially for patients with kidney dysfunction, diabetes mellitus, multiple myeloma, hyperuricemia, infants, children and elderly patients
Dosage: Individual, depending on various factors including age, weight, heart and kidney function, general state of health, clinical goals, examination method and examination area. The total dose should not be > 1.5 g of iodine/kgBW/day for each examination
Side Effects: Headache, nausea, burning sensation, dizziness, flushing, vomiting, pain at the injection site, chest pain. If side effects occur, talk to your doctor or nurse