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
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
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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