Nicole Keefe and Gloria Salazar Featured by AuntMinnie about Contrast Shortage

Shortage in the US supply of contrast media used heavily in interventional radiology is driving changes in hospital practices. A group of Physicians led by Nicole Keefe, MD, Assistant Professor, Gloria Salazar, MD, Chief of Vascular-Interventional Radiology, and Maureen Kohi, MD, Chair of the Department of Radiology, say they adapted quickly and offered their strategy during the shortage .


Shortage in the US supply of contrast media used heavily in interventional radiology is driving changes in hospital practices. A group of Physicians led by Nicole Keefe, MD, Assistant Professor, Gloria Salazar, MD, Chief of Vascular-Interventional Radiology, and Maureen Kohi, MD, Chair of the Department of Radiology, say they adapted quickly and offered their strategy during the shortage .

The Auntminnie.com article discusses May 19th report in the Journal of Vascular and Interventional Radiology in which they proposed an initial approach to case privatization, as well as short-term strategies for managing existing supply to optimize utility and minimize waste.

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