Contrast Dye

by Cathy Parkes October 06, 2019

Contrast Dye
Any time your patient needs to have a procedure that uses contrast dye (ex: angiogram, CT/MRI with contrast, hysterosalpingography), be sure to check for an allergy to shellfish and iodine FIRST!


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