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Improvement in radiographic contrast media through the development of colloidal or particulate media: an analysis
Direct chronotropic and dromotropic actions of contrast media: ineffectiveness of atropine in the prevention of bradyarrhythmias and conduction disturbances
Increased ventricular fibrillation during coronary arteriography with a new contrast medium preparation
Hemodynamic responses initiated by coronary stretch receptors with special reference to coronary arteriography
Cardiac conduction abnormalities during coronary arteriography in dogs: reduced effects of a new contrast medium
Depression of myocardial contractility induced by hypertonic coronary injections in the isolated perfused dog heart
Hemodynamic changes associated with the intra-arterial injection of contrast media. New toxicity tests and a new experimental contrast medium
Iopamidol and meglumine diatrizoate: comparison of effects on patient discomfort during aortofemoral arteriography
Ventricular arrhythmias during coronary angiography in patients with angina pectoris or chest pain syndromes
Hemodynamic and electrocardiographic effects in man of a new nonionic contrast agent (iohexol): advantages over standard ionic agents
Experience with metrizamide in patients with previous severe anaphylactoid reactions to ionic contrast agents
Adverse reactions to contrast media: a report from the Committee on Safety of Contrast Media of the International Society of Radiology
Influence of low osmolality contrast media on electrophysiology and hemodynamics in coronary angiography: differences between an ionic (ioxaglate) and a nonionic (iohexol) agent
Effects of iomeprol, a new nonionic contrast medium, vis a vis iopamidol and nitroglycerin, on coronary diameter and blood flow in chronically instrumented dogs
Comparison of low osmolality ionic (ioxaglate) versus nonionic (iopamidol) contrast media in cardiac angiography
Computerized axial tomographic reconstruction of coronary tree cross sections from a small number of cineradiographic views
Quantitative coronary arteriographic methods in the interventional catheterization laboratory: an update and perspective
Adverse reactions of low osmolality contrast media during cardiac angiography: a prospective randomized multicenter study
A randomized comparison of the nephrotoxicity of iopamidol and diatrizoate in high risk patients undergoing cardiac angiography
Effect of calcium-binding additives on ventricular fibrillation and repolarization changes during coronary angiography
Electromechanical effects of two low osmolality contrast media, ioxaglate and iohexol, on isolated rat atria
Contrast media-related complications during cardiac catheterization using Hexabrix or Renografin in high-risk patients
Mechanism of ergonovine-induced hyperconstriction of the large epicardial coronary artery in conscious dogs a month after arterial injury
Hemodynamic and electrocardiographic consequences of high- and low-osmolality contrast agents for left ventricular angiography
Changes in contractile function with low-osmolal and isosmolal contrast media for coronary angiography
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