Gadolinium contrast agents

Gadolinium contrast agents

Posted in the Pharmacology Forum

Since: Jan 08

Seymour, IN

#1 Jan 31, 2008
Are you aware there is a risk to patients that receive MRIs from these agents that are supposed to enhance results?

Some common contrast agents are Magnevist, Omniscan, and ProHance.

We're talking about them at www.druginjuryblog.com and www.badmedicaldevicesblog.com , where I am a writer.

It's underreported at this time, but there are a growing number of cases where patients given these agents experience kidney or liver failure.

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