Urografin injection contains a medicine known as Diatrizoic acid. It is used as a diagnostic agent for radiographic examination of different parts of the gastrointestinal tract. Do not use this medicine if you are having a history of allergy, any thyroid problem, pregnancy or breastfeeding your baby. Tell your doctor about other medicines you are taking. This medicine is given by an injectable route by a healthcare professional. Do not self-administer. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience any of the symptoms related to hypersensitivity....
Q: What is the use of Urografin injection?
A: It is used as a diagnostic agent for radiographic examination of different parts of the gastrointestinal tract.
Q: How does the Urografin injection works?
A: Urografin injection contains a medicine known as Diatrizoic acid. It is one of the groups of medicine known as an iodinated radiopaque contrast medium. This medicine coats the different parts of the gastrointestinal tract, so it becomes easy to examine during radiographic techniques like X-ray or CT scan.
Q: Which tests can my doctor advice before administering the Urografin injection?
A: This medicine may affect the functions of the thyroid gland. So, your doctor may advise a few thyroid function tests before administrating this medicine.
Q: How to use the Urografin injection?
A: This medicine is to be taken in an injection form. It will be given by your doctor or other paramedical staff. Do not try to self-administer. It should be taken for the exact frequency as prescribed by your doctor.
Q: Can I use this medicine if I am having high blood pressure?
A: This medicine may interact with beta-blocker medicines (used for high blood pressure), thus it is always advisable to tell your doctor beforehand if you are having any heart problems or if you are on any medicine for that.