Oxygen, carbon dioxide, and room air, used in contrast media, are classified as:
d. Highly irritating.
Radiolucent media are used for:
Both a and b above.
d. None of the above.
The two kinds of drug reaction seen with contrast media are histamine imbalance
b. Globus pallidus.
d. Hemodynamic reaction.
A histamine imbalance reaction to contrast media may cause "hay fever"
symptoms. The most serious possible result of histamine imbalance is that it may
a. Liver failure.
b. Bronchial constriction.
d. Stomach cramps.