Ioversol Intravenous Side Effects by Likelihood and Severity

COMMON side effects

If experienced, these tend to have a Severe expression i

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If experienced, these tend to have a Less Severe expression i

  • nausea
  • INFREQUENT side effects

    If experienced, these tend to have a Severe expression i

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    If experienced, these tend to have a Less Severe expression i

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    RARE side effects

    If experienced, these tend to have a Severe expression i

  • thyrotoxicosis crisis
  • a condition with low thyroid hormone levels
  • acidosis, a high level of acid in the blood
  • high blood pressure
  • a heart attack
  • angina, a type of chest pain
  • abnormal heart electrical signals
  • ventricular fibrillation, a heart rhythm disorder
  • complete stoppage of the heart
  • extra heartbeats
  • slow heartbeat
  • ST segment changes on an EKG
  • acute cerebral infarction
  • obstruction of a blood vessel by a blood clot
  • a blood clot
  • low blood pressure
  • vocal cord swelling
  • fluid in the lungs
  • bronchospasm
  • acute kidney failure
  • erythema multiforme, a type of allergic skin reaction
  • a skin disorder with blistering and peeling skin called toxic epidermal necrolysis
  • a skin disorder with blistering and peeling skin called Stevens-Johnson syndrome
  • hives
  • seizures
  • a skin rash
  • a bluish discoloration of the skin
  • trouble breathing
  • decreased oxygen in the tissues or blood
  • a significant type of allergic reaction called anaphylaxis
  • a type of allergic reaction called angioedema
  • a hypersensitivity reaction to a drug
  • a sudden and temporary constriction of the muscle in the coronary artery
  • damage to the skin and tissue around the injection site
  • cessation of urine production
  • a type of skin disorder called acute generalized exanthematous pustulosis
  • a type of significant allergic skin reaction called DRESS syndrome
  • If experienced, these tend to have a Less Severe expression i

  • confusion
  • blurred vision
  • pink eye
  • an increased amount of blood in the lining of the eye called conjunctival hyperemia
  • fluid accumulation around the eye
  • ringing in the ears
  • widening of blood vessels
  • a stuffy and runny nose
  • stuffy nose
  • excessive saliva production
  • dry mouth
  • erythema or redness of skin or mucous membrane
  • itching
  • backache
  • muscle spasm
  • muscle weakness
  • hallucinations
  • sensation of spinning or whirling
  • dizziness
  • fever
  • low energy
  • excessive sweating
  • pain
  • chills
  • muscle tremors
  • taste impairment
  • puffy skin
  • temporary redness of face and neck
  • headache
  • sneezing
  • heart throbbing or pounding
  • cough
  • chest pain
  • vomiting
  • difficulty swallowing
  • excess urination
  • bruising
  • a feeling of pins and needles on skin
  • hematoma, a collection of blood outside of the blood vessels
  • generalized weakness
  • a feeling of general discomfort called malaise
  • intense abdominal pain
  • a fibrous thickening of the skin called induration
  • anxious feelings
  • fast heartbeat
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