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|Title:||Process for the preparation of a sterile injectable physiologically acceptable solution of an X-ray contrast agent and solutions of the X-ray contrast agent and a buffer|
|Abstract:||Sterile, injectable, physiologically acceptable solutions of an X-ray contrast agent are prepared by autoclaving a solution of a m-carboxamido-o-iodo-N-(.beta.-hydroxyalkyl)aniline X-ray contrast agent in the presence of a physiologically acceptable buffer system the pH of which decreases with increasing temperature. The presence of a temperature dependent buffer, preferably an amine, enables X-ray contrast agents to be sterilized by autoclaving without significant decomposition. Examples of the autoclaving processes are given and solutions for autoclaving containing a m-carboxamido-o-iodo-N-(.beta.-hydroxyalkyl)aniline X-ray contrast agent and a physiologically acceptable buffer system the pH of which decreases with increasing temperature are described and claimed.|
|Inventor(s):||Rakli; Fridtjov B. (Oslo, NO), Kelly; Michael J. (Oslo, NO)|
|Assignee:||Nyegaard & Co. A/S (Oslo, NO)|
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|United Kingdom||28764/78||Jul 4, 1978|
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