Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018956/004.

Names and composition

"OMNIPAQUE 350" is the commercial name of a drug composed of IOHEXOL.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018956/004 OMNIPAQUE 350 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL 75.5%
020608/003 OMNIPAQUE 350 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL 75.5%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018956/001 OMNIPAQUE 180 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL, RECTAL 38.8%
018956/002 OMNIPAQUE 240 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL, RECTAL 51.8%
018956/003 OMNIPAQUE 300 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL, RECTAL 64.7%
018956/004 OMNIPAQUE 350 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL 75.5%
018956/005 OMNIPAQUE 140 IOHEXOL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 30.2%
018956/006 OMNIPAQUE 210 IOHEXOL INJECTABLE/INJECTION 45.3%
018956/007 OMNIPAQUE 70 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/URETHRAL 15.1%
020608/001 OMNIPAQUE 240 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL, RECTAL 51.8%
020608/002 OMNIPAQUE 300 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL, RECTAL 64.7%
020608/003 OMNIPAQUE 350 IOHEXOL SOLUTION/INJECTION, ORAL 75.5%
205383/001 ORALTAG IOHEXOL FOR SOLUTION/ORAL 9.7GM per BOT

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What does this mean?
The reason im asking this is because lately when i poop, i feel sometimes more can come out , but only a little bit does. I have had some pain in my rectum when i do poop. Alot of stinging and burning from time to time , plus i noticed some spotting blood on the toilet paper. My Dr thinks it might be hemmorids. I... Asked by Winter Kizzia 1 year ago.

CT SCAN RESULTS. Abdomen/Pelvis CT (100mL Omnipaque 350) History: Right-side upper abdominal pain Technique: Axial images were acquired from lung bases to the symphysis pubis following the administration of IV contrast. Oral contrast was given prior to exam. FINDINGS: The lung bases are clear. The liver is normal in appearance. The gallbladder is grossly unremarkable. The stomach, pancreas, adrenal glands, and kidneys are normal in appearance. The spleen is unremarkable. There are a few dilated loops of small bowel proximally but no evidence of obstruction. Contrast fills the colon. There is some apparent thickening of the bowel wall in the sigmoid. This is most likely due to poor distention. The areas of the sigmoid bowel which are filled with air demonstrate thin walls. There is no diverticulitis. There is no abscess or fluid collection in the abdomen or pelvis. No retroperitoneal adenopathy is identified. IMPRESSION: 1.NO OBSTRUCTION, FREE AIR OR FLUID COLLECTION IN THE ABDOMEN OR PELVIS. 2.NO NEPHROLITHIASIS OR HYDRONEPHROSIS. 3.GALLBLADDER IS GROSSLY UNREMARKABLE. YOU MAY CONSIDER FURTHER EVALUATION BY ULTRASOUND IF CLINICALLY INDICATED. 4.APPARENT SEGMENTAL THICKENING OF THE SIGMOID BOWEL PROBABLY DUE TO POOR DISTENTION. NEVERTHELESS, CLINICAL CORRELATION IS RECOMMENDED. Answered by Hertha Mcelmarry 1 year ago.

i went into the er with pain in my stomach the other night. My DR doesnt seem to think this is a big deal. I originally had a colonoscopy set up for me 2 weeks from now , but my Dr cancelled it because he thinks that it would be an unnecesary test to do right now. He told me that there was nothing to indicate cancer or what now. CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS... Answered by Malika Kiyuna 1 year ago.

The reason im asking this is because lately when i poop, i feel sometimes more can come out , but only a little bit does. I have had some pain in my rectum when i do poop. Alot of stinging and burning from time to time , plus i noticed some spotting blood on the toilet paper. My Dr thinks it might be hemmorids. I will admit that i had been under alot of stress over the past 2 weeks. I eat , but not alot. I have been drinking alot of water. On the 14th i weighed in at 201. When i went to the Er this past tuesday night i was 196, when i went to my Drs office in thursday i was 193. But , my Dr doesnt think anything of it. Answered by Wallace Eckle 1 year ago.

The radiologist is saying that nothing ominous was seen on your CT scan...... Omnipaque is the IV contrast that they injected. History was provided by either you or the referring MD Technique = your entire abdomen and pelvis was evaluated with the oral contrast which you drank. Impression = normal findings 1) Your bowel is not blocked (no obstruction) Free air might mean a bowel preforation (rupture) Free fluid means ascities. This can be seen in patients with cancers in the abdomen, cirrohsis, congestive heart failure, TB or infection. You have no free air or fluid 2) No gallstones (nephrolithiasis) and no dialated kidneys (hydronephrosis)....this is a good thing 3) Gallbladder appears normal on the CT, but ultrasound might show small stones or sludge that cannot be seen on CT scans. If you have gallbladder symptoms, it might be a good idea to get an abdominal ultrasound. 4) The sigmoid colon is the part of the colon right before the rectum. You have some thickening of the walls of this part of the colon, BUT, the radiologist thinks it is because there is not enough of the oral contrast in that area. You can think of the walls of a balloon. If the balloon is empty, the wall is thick. As you inflate the balloon, the wall gets thinner, because it is stretched. Your sigmoid intestinal wall was not stretched, so it appears thickened. If there was more oral contast in that area of the bowel, the radiologist thinks the wall would not be thickened. I am unsure of your age. Routine colonoscopy is suggested in patients starting at age 50, if there is no family history of cancer and the patient has no symptoms. Are you of the age to start having colonoscopies now? If so, it is a no brainer. Since you have symptoms, I might push for the colonoscopy no matter what your age. A colonoscopy has a low risk of complications, and I am unsure why your doctor wouldn't want to explore your problem in greater detail. Answered by Nellie Hosang 1 year ago.

Basically, this report says the CT scan was NEGATIVE for any gross abnormalities. Under the impression, #4 says that the sigmoid bowel( the part of the colon closest to the outside of your body) was thicker in places probably because it not open enough...the walls of the bowel were probably thickened from poop which the contrast could not move. The radiologist recommends your doctor look into the reason it is like this: "clinical correlation". I wonder how you feel now? Feel better? Hope so. Answered by Mohamed Cainne 1 year ago.

Trust the CT scan. Sounds like you are looking for something they cannot find. It's a pretty thorough test you've had here. Why do you mistrust the diagnosis?. It means you're basically healthy and there is no immediate threat. Also, there are medical websites where you can get this question answered by experts so why don't you try that if it's going to put your mind at rest. Answered by Tad Woolcock 1 year ago.

My medical expertise is not noteworthy, but the findings suggest that either nothing is wrong, or that they could not find anything wrong with you that indicates a disease or condition that merits treatment. I think you should listen to your doctor and relax - unless the pain returns more frequently. Answered by Kelle Gihring 1 year ago.

i'm an r.n. and don't know for sure but looks to me like, #2 your kidneys are okay, #3 gall bladder okay. not too sure about #4 best answser i can give you is ASK THE DOCTOR. people don't realize, but they will (on occasion) take the time to explain things Answered by Tillie Brockel 1 year ago.

there is nothing wrong stop worring i know its hard but you have the lab results in your hand and they nothing was wrong Answered by Sherry Villasana 1 year ago.


If your on celexa (the medication)......?
is there anything that your not supposed to combine with it? (like vitamins, certain foods, caffeine, anything?!) Asked by Marinda Castejon 1 year ago.

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tranylcypromine Answered by Ellsworth Spaziano 1 year ago.

There are no side effects at all. I have gone off of it several times and had no issues, although if you do decide to go back on, all that headache and stuff will come back. If the issue is not being able to pay for them I would like to suggest that i am taking a generic version of celexa called citralopram that only costs 20 dollars for 30 pills at 40mg. I hope i helped you, Answered by Aubrey Kist 1 year ago.

Tramahexal Sr 100 Answered by Keren Jenderer 1 year ago.


40% stenosis of mid LAD ' Heart Scan?
Hi , yesterday i took Master Health check up and 64 Slice Cardiac CT report for my father and the Report said " 40% Stenosis of Mid LAD" Kindly let me kow what does it mean. Is it serious or normal. What should i do to make it normal. Kindly Suggest a solution. Contrast Used" Omnipaque 350 mg... Asked by Piedad Chemell 1 year ago.

Hi , yesterday i took Master Health check up and 64 Slice Cardiac CT report for my father and the Report said " 40% Stenosis of Mid LAD" Kindly let me kow what does it mean. Is it serious or normal. What should i do to make it normal. Kindly Suggest a solution. Contrast Used" Omnipaque 350 mg Any reaction: NIL Image quality:Optimum Indication: Study the coronary artery anatomy Age 61 Years IMPRESSION: 40% stenosis of mid lad Left main cononary artery : Normal ., Trifurcates into LAD,ramus and circumflex Left anterior decending coronary artery: Type III vessel;mid segment shows 40% stenosis due to soft plague. Diagonals : D1, D2 - Normal Ramus Intermedius: Small vessel, Normal Right coronary artery : Dominant; Normal Posterior descending coronary artery: Normal Posterior left ventricular artery: Normal Regards, M Vasanth . Answered by Libby Soluri 1 year ago.

Even in India, there's doubtless a doctor involved with the test somewhere. You could talk to him/her. ANY plaque in the heart can be serious. At 40%, it's not dangerous. Solution: 1) See your doctor 2) cut down on fried foods 3) eat whole grains & vegetable 4) Once your doc says it's safe, exercise. Answered by Leeann Rawle 1 year ago.

should go for another angiography and then follow it up with definite treatment before going for disc surgery . Answered by Junko Dobos 1 year ago.


Can someone please decipher this CT scan diagnosis?
Below is the diagnosis of a abdomen and pelvic CT scan I had done. With all the technical jargon, I have no idea what it means.1. Findings raise question of constipation with a large amount of stool throughout the colon.2. Probable ingested meal seen as a filling defect in the stomach but a bezoar is not... Asked by Dusty Griffith 1 year ago.

Below is the diagnosis of a abdomen and pelvic CT scan I had done. With all the technical jargon, I have no idea what it means. 1. Findings raise question of constipation with a large amount of stool throughout the colon. 2. Probable ingested meal seen as a filling defect in the stomach but a bezoar is not excluded. 3. Degenerative changes of the SI joints, more advanced on the right. CLINICAL INDICATION: Intermittent abdominal pain. Lost 11 pounds in 9 months. Recurrent sciatica. TECHNIQUE: The patient ingested oral contrast and 100 ml of Omnipaque 350. FINDINGS: Scanning of the lung bases show no significant infiltrate or effusion. The liver and spleen show no mass. There is no biliary dilation. The adrenals and pancreas appear normal. The kidneys show symmetric enhancement without hydronephrosis, mass or stone. There is no retroperitoneal adenopathy. There is a large amount of stool throughout the colon. Filling defect in the stomach is most likely a recent meal but a bezoar is not excluded. Small bowel shows no dilation. There is no ascites. Bone windows show a probable bone island in the right iliac wing adjacent to the SI joint. There is degenerative change in the SI joints, right greater than left. Degenerative facet changes are seen. Unfortunately, the CT for the abdomen does not assess nerve roots well and MRI would be required to further assess the spine. No presacral mass is seen. Thanks for your help. Answered by Lauran Amburn 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor, but from what I can understand you are constipated, but only in the lower part of your GI tract. There is something visible that may appear to deform your stomach, but it's probably a meal but could also be some kind of "stone" that formed in your intestine. You have wear and tear in your lower back, where your spine meets the pelvis, and it's worse on the right side, but the CT scan can't tell more. Everything else looks good. Answered by Coy Zwiefel 1 year ago.

It means... Your butt is plugged up with poop. Your stomach may have something blocking food to travel as it should or you ate before the mri. A bezoar can be a ball of hair if your chew your hair, but its not something that should be there and can easily be removed. The degenerative changes to your si joint means your hip bone may be wearing away or you injured it causing an inflammation of your sciatic nerve which may cause some uncomfort in your legs back and or hips Answered by Jeneva Felicetti 1 year ago.


What does this mean?
The reason im asking this is because lately when i poop, i feel sometimes more can come out , but only a little bit does. I have had some pain in my rectum when i do poop. Alot of stinging and burning from time to time , plus i noticed some spotting blood on the toilet paper. My Dr thinks it might be hemmorids. I... Asked by Gabriel Kaluna 1 year ago.

CT SCAN RESULTS. Abdomen/Pelvis CT (100mL Omnipaque 350) History: Right-side upper abdominal pain Technique: Axial images were acquired from lung bases to the symphysis pubis following the administration of IV contrast. Oral contrast was given prior to exam. FINDINGS: The lung bases are clear. The liver is normal in appearance. The gallbladder is grossly unremarkable. The stomach, pancreas, adrenal glands, and kidneys are normal in appearance. The spleen is unremarkable. There are a few dilated loops of small bowel proximally but no evidence of obstruction. Contrast fills the colon. There is some apparent thickening of the bowel wall in the sigmoid. This is most likely due to poor distention. The areas of the sigmoid bowel which are filled with air demonstrate thin walls. There is no diverticulitis. There is no abscess or fluid collection in the abdomen or pelvis. No retroperitoneal adenopathy is identified. IMPRESSION: 1.NO OBSTRUCTION, FREE AIR OR FLUID COLLECTION IN THE ABDOMEN OR PELVIS. 2.NO NEPHROLITHIASIS OR HYDRONEPHROSIS. 3.GALLBLADDER IS GROSSLY UNREMARKABLE. YOU MAY CONSIDER FURTHER EVALUATION BY ULTRASOUND IF CLINICALLY INDICATED. 4.APPARENT SEGMENTAL THICKENING OF THE SIGMOID BOWEL PROBABLY DUE TO POOR DISTENTION. NEVERTHELESS, CLINICAL CORRELATION IS RECOMMENDED. Answered by Hien Sultzer 1 year ago.

i went into the er with pain in my stomach the other night. My DR doesnt seem to think this is a big deal. I originally had a colonoscopy set up for me 2 weeks from now , but my Dr cancelled it because he thinks that it would be an unnecesary test to do right now. He told me that there was nothing to indicate cancer or what now. CAN ANYONE PLEASE HELP ME WITH THIS... Answered by Jeni Scranton 1 year ago.

The reason im asking this is because lately when i poop, i feel sometimes more can come out , but only a little bit does. I have had some pain in my rectum when i do poop. Alot of stinging and burning from time to time , plus i noticed some spotting blood on the toilet paper. My Dr thinks it might be hemmorids. I will admit that i had been under alot of stress over the past 2 weeks. I eat , but not alot. I have been drinking alot of water. On the 14th i weighed in at 201. When i went to the Er this past tuesday night i was 196, when i went to my Drs office in thursday i was 193. But , my Dr doesnt think anything of it. Answered by Theola Ahal 1 year ago.

The radiologist is saying that nothing ominous was seen on your CT scan...... Omnipaque is the IV contrast that they injected. History was provided by either you or the referring MD Technique = your entire abdomen and pelvis was evaluated with the oral contrast which you drank. Impression = normal findings 1) Your bowel is not blocked (no obstruction) Free air might mean a bowel preforation (rupture) Free fluid means ascities. This can be seen in patients with cancers in the abdomen, cirrohsis, congestive heart failure, TB or infection. You have no free air or fluid 2) No gallstones (nephrolithiasis) and no dialated kidneys (hydronephrosis)....this is a good thing 3) Gallbladder appears normal on the CT, but ultrasound might show small stones or sludge that cannot be seen on CT scans. If you have gallbladder symptoms, it might be a good idea to get an abdominal ultrasound. 4) The sigmoid colon is the part of the colon right before the rectum. You have some thickening of the walls of this part of the colon, BUT, the radiologist thinks it is because there is not enough of the oral contrast in that area. You can think of the walls of a balloon. If the balloon is empty, the wall is thick. As you inflate the balloon, the wall gets thinner, because it is stretched. Your sigmoid intestinal wall was not stretched, so it appears thickened. If there was more oral contast in that area of the bowel, the radiologist thinks the wall would not be thickened. I am unsure of your age. Routine colonoscopy is suggested in patients starting at age 50, if there is no family history of cancer and the patient has no symptoms. Are you of the age to start having colonoscopies now? If so, it is a no brainer. Since you have symptoms, I might push for the colonoscopy no matter what your age. A colonoscopy has a low risk of complications, and I am unsure why your doctor wouldn't want to explore your problem in greater detail. Answered by Morgan Weirich 1 year ago.

Basically, this report says the CT scan was NEGATIVE for any gross abnormalities. Under the impression, #4 says that the sigmoid bowel( the part of the colon closest to the outside of your body) was thicker in places probably because it not open enough...the walls of the bowel were probably thickened from poop which the contrast could not move. The radiologist recommends your doctor look into the reason it is like this: "clinical correlation". I wonder how you feel now? Feel better? Hope so. Answered by Claretha Shahinfar 1 year ago.

Trust the CT scan. Sounds like you are looking for something they cannot find. It's a pretty thorough test you've had here. Why do you mistrust the diagnosis?. It means you're basically healthy and there is no immediate threat. Also, there are medical websites where you can get this question answered by experts so why don't you try that if it's going to put your mind at rest. Answered by Georgianne Goldman 1 year ago.

My medical expertise is not noteworthy, but the findings suggest that either nothing is wrong, or that they could not find anything wrong with you that indicates a disease or condition that merits treatment. I think you should listen to your doctor and relax - unless the pain returns more frequently. Answered by Emerson Sonka 1 year ago.

i'm an r.n. and don't know for sure but looks to me like, #2 your kidneys are okay, #3 gall bladder okay. not too sure about #4 best answser i can give you is ASK THE DOCTOR. people don't realize, but they will (on occasion) take the time to explain things Answered by Spring Pupo 1 year ago.

there is nothing wrong stop worring i know its hard but you have the lab results in your hand and they nothing was wrong Answered by Elliot Ferell 1 year ago.


If your on celexa (the medication)......?
is there anything that your not supposed to combine with it? (like vitamins, certain foods, caffeine, anything?!) Asked by Roberto Super 1 year ago.

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tranylcypromine Answered by Catalina Siepker 1 year ago.

There are no side effects at all. I have gone off of it several times and had no issues, although if you do decide to go back on, all that headache and stuff will come back. If the issue is not being able to pay for them I would like to suggest that i am taking a generic version of celexa called citralopram that only costs 20 dollars for 30 pills at 40mg. I hope i helped you, Answered by Marlana Elamin 1 year ago.

Tramahexal Sr 100 Answered by Neely Conover 1 year ago.


40% stenosis of mid LAD ' Heart Scan?
Hi , yesterday i took Master Health check up and 64 Slice Cardiac CT report for my father and the Report said " 40% Stenosis of Mid LAD" Kindly let me kow what does it mean. Is it serious or normal. What should i do to make it normal. Kindly Suggest a solution. Contrast Used" Omnipaque 350 mg... Asked by Veola Manera 1 year ago.

Hi , yesterday i took Master Health check up and 64 Slice Cardiac CT report for my father and the Report said " 40% Stenosis of Mid LAD" Kindly let me kow what does it mean. Is it serious or normal. What should i do to make it normal. Kindly Suggest a solution. Contrast Used" Omnipaque 350 mg Any reaction: NIL Image quality:Optimum Indication: Study the coronary artery anatomy Age 61 Years IMPRESSION: 40% stenosis of mid lad Left main cononary artery : Normal ., Trifurcates into LAD,ramus and circumflex Left anterior decending coronary artery: Type III vessel;mid segment shows 40% stenosis due to soft plague. Diagonals : D1, D2 - Normal Ramus Intermedius: Small vessel, Normal Right coronary artery : Dominant; Normal Posterior descending coronary artery: Normal Posterior left ventricular artery: Normal Regards, M Vasanth . Answered by Santos Banis 1 year ago.

Even in India, there's doubtless a doctor involved with the test somewhere. You could talk to him/her. ANY plaque in the heart can be serious. At 40%, it's not dangerous. Solution: 1) See your doctor 2) cut down on fried foods 3) eat whole grains & vegetable 4) Once your doc says it's safe, exercise. Answered by Shani Herran 1 year ago.

should go for another angiography and then follow it up with definite treatment before going for disc surgery . Answered by Nia Pease 1 year ago.


Can someone please decipher this CT scan diagnosis?
Below is the diagnosis of a abdomen and pelvic CT scan I had done. With all the technical jargon, I have no idea what it means.1. Findings raise question of constipation with a large amount of stool throughout the colon.2. Probable ingested meal seen as a filling defect in the stomach but a bezoar is not... Asked by Shaunda Weerts 1 year ago.

Below is the diagnosis of a abdomen and pelvic CT scan I had done. With all the technical jargon, I have no idea what it means. 1. Findings raise question of constipation with a large amount of stool throughout the colon. 2. Probable ingested meal seen as a filling defect in the stomach but a bezoar is not excluded. 3. Degenerative changes of the SI joints, more advanced on the right. CLINICAL INDICATION: Intermittent abdominal pain. Lost 11 pounds in 9 months. Recurrent sciatica. TECHNIQUE: The patient ingested oral contrast and 100 ml of Omnipaque 350. FINDINGS: Scanning of the lung bases show no significant infiltrate or effusion. The liver and spleen show no mass. There is no biliary dilation. The adrenals and pancreas appear normal. The kidneys show symmetric enhancement without hydronephrosis, mass or stone. There is no retroperitoneal adenopathy. There is a large amount of stool throughout the colon. Filling defect in the stomach is most likely a recent meal but a bezoar is not excluded. Small bowel shows no dilation. There is no ascites. Bone windows show a probable bone island in the right iliac wing adjacent to the SI joint. There is degenerative change in the SI joints, right greater than left. Degenerative facet changes are seen. Unfortunately, the CT for the abdomen does not assess nerve roots well and MRI would be required to further assess the spine. No presacral mass is seen. Thanks for your help. Answered by Desire Soleman 1 year ago.

I'm not a doctor, but from what I can understand you are constipated, but only in the lower part of your GI tract. There is something visible that may appear to deform your stomach, but it's probably a meal but could also be some kind of "stone" that formed in your intestine. You have wear and tear in your lower back, where your spine meets the pelvis, and it's worse on the right side, but the CT scan can't tell more. Everything else looks good. Answered by Marquetta Colvin 1 year ago.

It means... Your butt is plugged up with poop. Your stomach may have something blocking food to travel as it should or you ate before the mri. A bezoar can be a ball of hair if your chew your hair, but its not something that should be there and can easily be removed. The degenerative changes to your si joint means your hip bone may be wearing away or you injured it causing an inflammation of your sciatic nerve which may cause some uncomfort in your legs back and or hips Answered by Ezekiel Galinol 1 year ago.


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