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Advances in Contrast Ultrasound - ICUS Bubble Conference
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) findings from the world’s recognized experts (cardiology, radiology, oncology, gastroenterology), full-body imaging, as well as the science of gene and drug delivery/therapies.
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Drake Hotel
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U.S.-only educational website focused on blood-pool contrast agents. Contains up-to-date news, articles concerning blood-pool agents, and materials such as case studies, clinical images, and suggested protocols.
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Contrast Echocardiography
This presentation is designed for the sonographer and physician involved with performing and/or interpreting contrast echocardiography.
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Web site dedicated to all things related to contrast-media administration for CT and MRI. All you need to know about contrast nephropathy and nephrogenic systemic fibrosis.
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ContrastTx: Mayo Clinic Contrast Reaction iPhone/iPad App
Designed to give providers quick access to Mayo Clinic's contrast reaction treatment protocols. This app focuses on the potentially life-threatening reactions that can occur when administering iodine or gadolinium radiographic contrast to patients.
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Extracellular and Hepatobiliary MRI Contrast Agents in the Evaluation of Liver Disease
A certified online and CD course on the use of extracellular and hepatobiliary gadolinium-based contrast agents in the evaluation of liver disease with MRI.
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MRI for Technologists: Contrast Agent Safety
One-hour online self-study on the different types of MRI contrast media, visualization of normal anatomy and pathology, exam-specific agents, and how to recognize and respond to the most common adverse patient reactions.
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MRI for Technologists: Gadolinium-Based Contrast Agents
This course introduces the learner to the chemical properties of the nine FDA-approved GBCAs, including thermodynamics and kinetics, the property of relaxivity, and safety profiles.
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Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis, Renal Disease Patients, and Gadolinium-Based MR Contrast Agents: State of the Art
Emanuel Kanal, M.D., will define nephrogenic systemic sibrosis (NSF), address the use of gadolinium-based MR contrast agents, identify risk factors for patients with severe or end-stage chronic renal disease, list subpopulations of patients for whom prospective...
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Suggested Treatment Regimens for Contrast Reactions (Poster)
This chart provides Mayo Clinic guidelines for suggested treatment regimens for contrast reactions at a quick glance. It includes appropriate interventions and medication dosages for various medical situations for adult and pediatric patients.
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