Ultravist: Safety and Efficacy in Computed Tomography of Head and Body
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SummaryThis is a research study involving the use of a contrast agent called Ultravist Injection. Ultravist, the study drug, is used to improve the pictures obtained using computed tomography (CT). Ultravist acts like a dye to make CT pictures brighter and easier to read. In the case of this study, it will be injected into a vein in the patient's arm; from there, it travels through the blood stream and to the areas to be examined. CT scans will then be taken of the patient's head and/or body as ordered by his/her physician. Phase IIIb Study to Document the Safety and Efficacy of Ultravist 370 mg I/ml, When Administered Intravenously, in Volumes up to 162.2 ml, for Clinically Indicated Contrast Enhanced Computed Tomography (CECT) of the Head and/or Body
Accepts Healthy Volunteers?No
- Is at least 18 years old and clinically indicated for a contrast-enhanced CT of the
head or body.
- Patients that are less than 18 years old and do not have a clinical indication for a
contrast-enhanced CT of the head or body.