Gastrografin?

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Gastrografin is used to clearly show on X-rays, the area of your body that a physician wants to investigate. It is also used to treat an intestinal obstruction in newborn babies. Areas of examination are usually the gullet, stomach or intestines.
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Gastrografin is a trade name for diatrizoic acid, a radio-contrast agent that contains iodine. Formed by a combination of sodium and meglumine salts, the compound is preferred for its high-osmolality contrast nature.
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Gastrografin is only available in X-ray departments and X-ray practices for use in conjunction with taking X-rays. You will receive Gastrografin for drinking or as an enema. The actual
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Learn every preparation and usage instructions at product package. If any of the information is unclear, consult your healthcare professional or healthcare professional. Special mixing
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Gastrografin is an X-ray contrast medium or X-ray dye that is taken orally or rectally when X-rays of the gastrointestinal tract are being taken. All X-ray dyes, including Gastrografin
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