Lopamiro is used to make your internal organs more visible to x-rays. Iopamidol absorbs x-rays, so it allows blood vessels, organs, and other non-bony tissues to appear in x-ray films.
Iopamidol is a contrast agent, which are substances that increase visualization of internal structures of the body when viewed in imaging tests. It is used by doctors to help see your organs for diagnosing diseases and abnormalities.
Iopamidol is a prescription medication and must be used only with doctor’s supervision.
2 What to Know Before Using
Before using Lopamiro, you must know all about the risks and complications associated with it.
You cannot use Iopamidol if you have an infection in the body. If you have active infections, tell it to your doctor.
Before taking Iopamidol, tell the doctor if you recently have had imaging procedure that used contrast agents.
Iopamidol can be used on children and elderly.
Before taking Iopamidol, tell the doctor all the medications you take. The doctor may have to know if you take medicines that can interact with Iopamidol.
Mention all your health conditions before taking Iopamidol.
Before you receive Iopamidol, the doctor needs to know if you have the following health problems:
Tell the doctor if you are pregnant before taking Iopamidol.
Iopamidol is an FDA pregnancy category B drug and so not expected to harm unborn babies. However, x-rays can cause severe harm to the fetus. Iopamidol can be expressed in breast milk. Do not breastfeed when you have received Iopamidol.
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