4 edition of Patient safety and adverse events in contrast medium examinations found in the catalog.
by Excerpta Medica, Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, NY, USA
Written in English
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||editors, Ivar Enge, Johan Edgren.|
|Series||Nycomed scientific series ;, no. 1, International congress series ;, 816, International congress series ;, no. 816.|
|Contributions||Enge, Ivar., Edgren, Johan.|
|LC Classifications||RC78.7.C65 N93 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 195 p. :|
|Number of Pages||195|
|ISBN 10||0444811036, 0444810951|
|LC Control Number||89007898|
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PATIENT SELECTION AND PREPARATION STRATEGIES BEFORE CONTRAST MEDIUM ADMINISTRATION 6 Renal Insufficiency: Screening and selection strategies to mitigate the possible risks of the non-allergic adverse events of contrast-induced nephrotoxicity (CIN) and nephrogenic systemic fibrosis (NSF) can be found in the Chapters onFile Size: 1MB.
Patient safety and adverse events in contrast medium examinations. Amsterdam ; New York: Excerpta Medica ; New York, NY, USA: Sole distributors for the USA and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub.
Co., © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ivar Enge; Johan Edgren. Patient Safety» CT and X-ray Contrast Guidelines.
or office suite and available in order to provide immediate medical intervention to prevent or mitigate injury to the patient in the event of an adverse contrast reaction.
Choice of contrast medium: Iodinated contrast agents in modern use are universally low-osmolar solutions. There is. Shehadi WH. Adverse reactions to intravascularly administered contrast media.
A comprehensive study based on a prospective survey. Am J Roentgenol Radium Ther Nucl Med. May. (1) Jensen N, Dorph S. Adverse reactions to urographic contrast medium.
Rapid versus slow injection rate. Br J Radiol. Jul. 53() Adverse reactions to iodinated contrast media (ICM) are more likely to develop in patients with asthma, a history of allergy or contrast reaction and in those who are debilitated or medically.
Author(s): Enge,Ivar; Edgren,Johan; Nycomed Scientific Symposium,( Oslo, Norway) Title(s): Patient safety and adverse events in contrast medium examinations: proceedings of the Nycomed Scientific Symposiumheld in Oslo, Norway, October / editors, Ivar Enge, Johan Edgren.
Adverse reactions to iodinated and gadolinium contrast media are an important clinical issue. Although some guidelines have proposed oral steroid premedication protocols to prevent adverse. Elimination of never events and preventable serious adverse events in radiology is possible and requires a commitment to patient safety and a systematic approach to process improvement.
The term never event in medicine was originally coined by Kenneth W. Kizer, MD, MPH, former chief executive officer of the National Quality Forum, to describe Cited by: 1.
However, further studies are required to establish the consistency of sodium bicarbonate in reducing the 11 Adverse Reactions to Iodinated Contrast Media Table 4 Simple Guidelines to Avoid Contrast Medium Nephrotoxicity Definition Risk factors Look for In patients with risk factor(s) Do Do not Contrast medium nephrotoxicity is a condition Cited by: It has been estimated that more than 80 million doses (8 million litres) of contrast material are administered worldwide each year.
1 While relatively uncommon, adverse events can occur following the administration of contrast, including both nuisance reactions (e.g. nausea, urticaria) and potentially severe complications (e.g. contrast-induced Cited by: 2. indication for each contrast medium administration.
Because of the documented low incidence of adverse events, intravenous injection of contrast media may be exempted from the need for informed consent, but this decision should be based on state law, institutional policy, and departmental policy.
Usage Note: In this manual, the term “low-File Size: KB. Assurance of a valid clinical indication for each contrast medium administration. Because of the documented low incidence of adverse events, intravenous injection of contrast media may be exempted from the need for informed consent, but this decision should be based on state law, institutional policy, and departmental policy.
Usage Note. Patient safety and adverse events in contrast medium examinations: Proceedings of the Nycomed scientific symposium held in Oslo, Norway, October (Book) 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide.
Contrast Agents (CA) are among the most commonly prescribed drugs worldwide, and are used, with a variety of techniques, to increase and intensify the differences between body tissues and to help radiologist make diagnoses in a fast and precise way.
In recent decades, advancements in research have resulted in significant improvements in their composition, and have made them safer and better Author: Gaia Cartocci, Alessandro Santurro, Raffaele La Russa, Giuseppe Guglielmi, Paola Frati, Vittorio Fin.
examinations, often in severely ill patients. Nonetheless, risks associated with contrast agents have not been eliminated, and adverse reactions of varying degree continue to occur.
Consequently, it is imperative for anybody administering contrast agents to be intimately familiar with the characteristics. Definition: An adverse reaction which occurs within 1 hour of contrast medium injection.
Previous moderate or severe acute reaction (see classification above) to an iodine-based contrast agent. Allergy requiring medical treatment. Keep the patient in the Radiology Department for 30 min after contrast medium injection. Injection of a contrast medium into the subarachnoid space for a myelogram is an example of the _____ route of medication administration.
intrathecal. An oxygen mask that has an attached reservoir bag that fills with % oxygen and a valve to prevent exhaled gas from being inhaled again is called a: When a patient has an adverse response.
Stormorken H () Biocompatibility of contrast media as evaluated by their effects on the thrombotic and haemostatic mechanisms. In: Enge I, Edgren J (eds) Patient safety and adverse events in contrast medium examinations.
Elsevier, Amsterdam, pp 73– Google ScholarCited by: 2. Contrast Media Reactions: Introduction Millions of intravascular contrast media examinations are performed each year.
Adverse side effects are infrequent and have a likely relationship to preexisting conditions. Adverse side effects vary from minor to severe, life-threatening. Prompt treatment of potential adverse events decreases chance of.
The fourth step involves choosing the appropriate imaging modality and the appropriate parameters, including slice thickness (or collimation), the extent of anatomic coverage, pulse sequences, FOV, use of oral contrast medium or IV contrast medium, acquisition of expiratory images or images obtained with the patient in a prone position, and the Cited by: 4.
Contrast-Induced Nephrotoxicity is a direct result of the adverse effect that contrast agent have on glomerular filtration.
There is often a transient reduction in renal function for any patient receiving iodinated, water soluble, contrast : Brent Burbridge, Frcpc.Headquarters Office. Preston White Dr. Reston, VA 3. Assurance of a valid clinical indication for each contrast medium administration.
Because of the documented low incidence of adverse events, intravenous injection of contrast media may be exempted from the need for informed consent, but this decision should be based on state law, institutional policy, and departmental policy. 4.