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Novel Micro-Nano Fluid Harness for Arteriography with Renal Non-Toxic and Low X-ray Radiation

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Aim: To study the amorphous alloy technology that was used to develop the micro-nano fluid harness as a special contrast medium for arteriography, and to verify its fluid properties, low X-ray radiation, and low nephrotoxicity. Methods: The micro fluid harness was placed in 0.9% sodium chloride solution to detect tis floating properties using GE-OEC9800 angiography machine to test its X-ray transmission. 30 New Zealand white rabbits were divided into two groups, contrast agent arteriography and traditional contrast agent arteriography. The micro-nano fluid harness containing the strong radiography effect element through a special catheter, was sent to the femoral artery of New Zealand white rabbits for arteriography and compared with the traditional radiography technique. Results: The micro nano fluid harness has good floatability and mobility, and is impervious to X linear energy, and can clearly display the arterial contour at relatively low doses of X-rays. Conclusion: Compared with the traditional angiography technique, micro nano fluid harness arterial angiography has the characteristics of no nephrotoxicity and low X-ray radiation. This may provide a new choice and method for the diagnosis and treatment of arterial angiography in the future.
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Keywords: AMORPHOUS ALLOY; ARTERIOGRAPHY; MICRO-NANO FLUID HARNESS; NANO WIRE

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: August 1, 2018

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