Discovered by Marcel Guerbet in 1901, Lipiodol® Ultra Fluid was the first iodinated contrast agent used in the world. It was first used in radiology in France in 1921.
Indication: Lymphography. Lipiodol® Ultra-Fluide is opaque to X-Rays due to its high iodine content. It does not mix body fluids and its density allows radiological explorations to be undertaken which cannot be done with hydrosoluble media.
Presentation: Box of 1 ampoule of 10mL
Storage: Away from light and heat and at a temperature below 30°C