Whitepaper: Reduction of contrast agent dose at low kV settingsFour steps to adjust your CT protocols to reduce contrast agent dose while maintaining image quality

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There are many reasons you may want to reduce the amount of iodinated contrast media used for CT scans while maintaining image quality.

Adjusting CT protocols may help. Low kV contrast CT scanning is feasible in clinical routine and, depending on user preferences, it can be used directly to reduce either radiation or iodine dose. This whitepaper highlights how you can use low kV scan protocols to both optimize contrast enhancement and potentially reduce the volume of contrast media required.

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Access a six-part series of dedicated web-based training on Optimizing CT Image Quality on PEPconnect and PEPconnection*.

Engage in learning activities at any time and on any device for a personalized learning experience with PEPconnect. Using a PEPconnection subscription, you can access a workforce education management plan as well as analytics and progress report tracking.

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