(15) demonstrated that when a HCCM (400 mgl/mL) is used, it is possible to lower CM volumes and reduce injection flow rates, and still obtain a homogeneous enhancement of the ventricular cavities and coronary arteries equivalent to that achieved using a CM with standard concentration (300 mgl/mL).
In summary, based on the literature review, using a last generation MDCT scanner, an optimal CM injection would be: injection duration, 15 s; IDR, 1.6-2 gl/s; iodine load, 20-25 gl, meaning 60-70 mL HCCM (>350 mgl) at 4-5 mL/s (+ bolus chaser) (Fig.
Based on these assumptions, an optimal CM injection would be: injection duration, 15 s + 1/2 acquisition time; IDR, 1.4-1.6 gl/s; iodine load, 20-25 gl, meaning 50-60 mL HCCM (>350 mgl) at 4-5 mL/s (+ bolus chaser) (Fig.
HCCM 1 March 1921; By-law No 4188, "To Acquire Lands and Boat Houses Necessary for the Establishment and Laying Out of Longwood Road," Schedule A, "Parcels of Land Occupied by Certain Buildings and Boathouses Erected on City Property to the North of Desjardins canal and West of York Street," 31 March 1931; Hamilton Board of Control Report 10, 31 March 1931, 14, 28 April 1931.
(103.) HCCM, 1 March 1921; By-law No 4188, Schedule A, 31 March 1931; Board of Control Report; BOCR 10,31 March 1931 14,28 April 1931.