E-Z-EM debuts VoLumen

E-Z-EM has introduced VoLumen, a low-density barium sulfate suspension used as an oral contrast in multidetector CT (MDCT) and PET/CT studies. VoLumen is designed to overcome the limitations of water and higher-density positive oral contrasts currently used in these studies, according to the Lake Success, NY-based vendor.

VoLumen also allows for simultaneous MDCT investigation of all organs, vasculature, and surrounding structures of the abdominal/pelvic region, E-Z-EM said. It offers a low density of approximately 15-30 Hounsfield units, providing sufficient positive contrast to mark the anatomic structures of the bowel without masking pathology or underlying organs, according to the vendor.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
August 10, 2004

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