How is Omnipaque administered?

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Omnipaque is provided in the following iodine concentrations: 140, 180, 240, 300, and 350 (mgI/mL). Omnipaque contains iohexol, which is equivalent to organic iodine. It is given by injection or orally by a health care professional during or before various imaging tests. If it is given by injection, a professional will administer it slowly. You don't usually need anesthesia. Because different test require different preparations and concentrations, your doctor can provide information.

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