PMID: 6763454Jan 1, 1982Paper

Tolerability and usefulness of iohexol in cardioangiography. I. An open multicentre clinical trial

Acta Radiologica: Diagnosis
K LevorstadE Andrew


The first investigation of iohexol in human cardioangiography is presented. Slight subjective reactions as well as moderate and transient influence on hemodynamics and ECG parameters were recorded. Analysis of serum enzymes indicated no myocardial injury. Good or excellent films of the left ventricle, aortic root and coronary arteries were obtained.


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