Nephropathy induced by contrast agent: do we know everything?


Authors: M. Berková;  Z. Berka;  E. Topinková
Published in: Geriatrie a Gerontologie 2018, 7, č. 1: 11-16
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Overview

Continuously increasing number of radiodiagnostic imaging, often associated with therapeutic performance, requires intravascular administration of iodinated contrast medium. In this paper, we want to draw attention to the possible undesirable effect of iodinated contrast media in the form of contrast-induced nephropathy (CIN). Risk factors of the onset, course and precautionary measures to reduce the risk of CIN and the development of newer, less risky iodine contrast agents are analysed. There is also a different view of some authors, who do not consider applying iodinated contrast agent as an independent risk factor for impaired of renal function.

Keywords:
contrast-induced nephropathy – iodinated contrast medium – preventive measures


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