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CT/X-Ray Contrast Media

The main component of CT/X-ray Contrast Media is iodine. The Iodinated Contrast Media is a colorless, transparent, slightly viscous liquid. At present, the CT contrast agents can be mainly divided into ionic and non-ionic, according to the osmotic pressure can be divided into hypertonic, isotonic and hypotonic. Currently, non-ionic, isotonic or hypotonic Contrast Media are used clinically. When the CT contrast medium is injected, 97% of the contrast media products can be directly excreted from the kidneys within 1 day.


CT/X-Ray Contrast Media

Types of Contrast Media in CT/X-ray


Iohexol Injection

Iohexol Injection is non-ionic contrast agent. Compared with traditional ionic contrast agent, Iohexol Injection has the excellent molecular structure, it has greatly improved safety, and significantl…


Iopamidol Injection

Iopamidol Injection is the second-generation non-ionic iodinated contrast media launched in the global market. In 2015, Beilu firstly launched and listed this product in the Chinese market. Product name: Iopam…


Iodixanol Injection

Iodixanol Injection is a Contrast Media that is isotonic with plasma. It has excellent cardiac safety and renal safety, which is most comfortable to use, especially suitable for high risk patients.

Reasonable Use of Iodinated Contrast Agents

Evaluate patient benefits/risks before use


History of allergies: Patients who have previously experienced moderate to severe anaphylactoid reactions to iodinated contrast agents or patients with a history of allergies requiring treatment are at an increased risk of having an allergic reaction to CT scan contrast dye.