PMID: 3168338Aug 1, 1988Paper

Coronary hemodynamics during left and right coronary arteriography with an ionic and nonionic contrast medium

Clinical Cardiology
R SchräderG Kober

Abstract

The direct effects of ionic amidotrizoate (iodine content 370 mg/ml, osmolality 2.1 osmol/kg) and nonionic iopamidol (iodine content 370/ml, osmolality 0.8 osmol/kg) on the coronary circulation were intraindividually compared in 10 patients suffering from coronary heart disease. In accordance with a double-blind, crossover protocol, both contrast media were injected into the left and right coronary arteries (8 ml and 5 ml per injection, respectively). Injections of both dyes into the left coronary artery caused a similar decrease in heart rate. The prolongation in the QT interval was significantly greater after amidotrizoate (p less than 0.05). Systolic (p less than 0.01) and diastolic (p less than 0.05) aortic pressures decreased to a greater extent following amidotrizoate injection. Each contrast agent produced a similar increase in coronary sinus flow, but iopamidol resulted in a smaller decrease in coronary vascular resistance (p less than 0.05). After right coronary artery injections, both contrast media caused bradycardia and prolongation of the QT interval, a decrease in systolic and diastolic aortic pressure, a rise in coronary sinus flow, and a lowering of coronary vascular resistance. Though most changes were more pro...Continue Reading

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