Carbon Dioxide Angiography: Principles, Techniques, and Practices
With an abundance of illustrations and tables to highlight critical information, this source provides a practical approach to the use of CO2 as a contrast agent for diagnostic angiography, vascular intervention, and other interventional procedures in both adults and pediatrics. Clearly laying-out key points in the science, technique, and clinical applications of this procedure, this source will be a constant companion for physicians treating various disorders affecting arterial and venous circulation.
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Overview of CO2 as a Contrast Agent
Physical Properties and Flow Dynamics of CO2
Safety and Tolerance
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