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This superparamagnetic oral contrast agent consists of large iron oxide particles, coated with insoluble material. Abdoscan® particles have a mean diameter no less than 300 nm. Gastrointestinal superparamagnetic contrast agents are used for negative bowel enhancement.

Abdoscan® was approved in Europe but was taken off the market in 2000, and all sales stopped by the end of 2002.
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NAME OF COMPOUND Ferristene (USAN) oral magnetic particles (OMP)
DEVELOPER Amersham
CENTRAL MOIETY Fe2+/Fe3+
CONTRAST EFFECT T2*, predominantly negative enhancement
RELAXIVITY T2
PHARMACOKINETIC Gastrointestinal
CONCENTRATION 23.4 Fe/200ml
PREPARATION Dissolve
INDICATION Bowel marking
DEVELOPMENT STAGE Not FDA approved
PRESENTATION Bags with powder
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Ferristene is a superparamagnetic agent that has been used as a magnetic iron particle solution for gastrointestinal use as a negative contrast agent with 23.4 Fe/200ml required concentration.
See also Abdoscan®, Oral Contrast Agents.
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