C-2773 - Coronary CT angiography using diluted contrast agent injected with high flow rates by low-tube-voltage technique: feasible study
C-2773 - Coronary CT angiography using diluted contrast agent injected with high flow rates by low-tube-voltage technique: feasible studyT. Shu; Hangzhou/CN Type: Scientific Exhibit
Area of Interests: Vascular, Radiographers, Cardiac
Imaging Techniques: CT, CT-Angiography, Conventional radiography
Procedures: Colonography CT, Safety, Arterial access
Special Focuses: Image guided radiotherapy, Swallowing disorders, Cardiac Assist Devices
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Aims and objectives: To evaluate the feasibility of low iodine diluent contrast medium on vascular enhancement, image quality and radiation dose of coronary CT angiography (CCTA) using injected with high flow rates and low-tube-voltage technique.
Methods and materials: One hundred and twenty consecutive patients were scanned on Toshiba Aquilion one 640 scanner. They were randomly divided into three groups with 40 cases in each, Group A received the standard injection protocol: Iopromide 300 mg/mL; flow rate: 4.8mL/s, followed by a saline chaser with 36ml. Group B [...]
Results: There was significant differences in peak injection pressures between groups A and groups B、C ( p<0.017). Significant differences in the dosage of contrast between group B and group A、C(p<0.017). There was significant differences in injection time, total[...]
Conclusion: Usage of low iodine diluent contrast media (240 mg/mL) and injection with high flow rates(6ml/s) is feasible. Low iodine diluted contrast media can create a more individually tailored injection protocols.
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