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viernes, 14 de junio de 2013

Nefropatía por contraste: causa o coincidencia

ED Trauma Critical Care - June 10, 2013 - Danny Ben-Eli
"Contrast induced nephtopathy is another “holy cow” that has been questioned over the last few years. My feeling is that our radiology colleagues, are ever too happy withholding IV contrast from anyone with even mild renal failure. At times, this is at the expense of possible diagnostic errors or subjecting patients to other diagnostic procedures (some with significant risk as well), for the fear of being blamed for inducing a possible nephropaty by IV iodinated contrast. Four papers in the April edition of Radiology should change the current perceptions on this issue." 
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