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Adj.1.iodinated - treated with iodine; "iodized salt"
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This in itself isn t cause for concern, but the acid can then react with the food and other organic matter in the tap water to create cooking iodinated disinfection byproducts (I-DBPs) molecules that are almost completely new to researchers.
Crosstex DentaPure[R] is rocket science for dental unit waterlines; its iodinated resin-bead technology was developed for space to ensure water consumed in space is free of bacteria, viruses and any other harmful organisms.
In 2015, the iodinated contrast media segment is estimated to account for the largest share of the contrast agents market, among the products.
Iodinated contrast agents have been used for many decades and play an important part in diagnostic and interventional procedures.
The application details a new process for the manufacture of Rose Bengal and related iodinated xanthenes in high purity.
Conventional iodinated contrast agents used in radiography are on the order of one nanometre in diameter, much smaller than the pores found on most of the body's blood vessels, which are up to about four nanometres.
Metoclopramide, amiodarone, and iodinated contrast media increase TSH.
13] Helical CT angiography with bolus injection of iodinated contrast material provides an accurate way of diagnosing ovarian vein thrombosis, and this is considered the standard method for diagnosis of this condition.
Hoste et al investigated a large cohort of 787 critically ill patients with parenteral administration of an iodinated radiocontrast agent for computed tomography scans and angiography.
Both procedures used iodinated contrast media, iohexol (Omnipaque 350; GE Healthcare) in this case.
Iodinated X-ray contrast media (ICM), used medically to highlight soft tissues, are considered generally safe, and patients excrete 95% of the dose within 24 hours, making; them a valuable tool in medical imaging.