DYEVERT™ AIDS IN ACHIEVING GUIDELINE STANDARDS FOR CONTRAST MINIMIZATION AND MONITORING


The professional medical societies have issued evidence-based guidelines for coronary angiography in patients at-risk for kidney injury. These guidelines address patients with baseline Chronic Kidney Disease (eGFR <60 mL/min) and/or elevated risk scores.

DyeVert Aids in Achieving Guideline Standards for Contrast Minimization and Monitoring
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