Interventional Pain Management Physicians, Anesthesiologists, and Radiologists are among the many Medical Practitioners who depend on a variety of Procedural Medications to treat patients who are undergoing diagnostic or Pain Management procedures in Hospitals, Surgery Centers, or Pain Clinics. Some of the injectable products used in conjunction with these types of procedures include Contrast Imaging Agents, Heparin, Propofol, and anti-emetics.
Medical Practitioners often administer Contrast Imaging Agents such as Isovue and Omnipaque to patients undergoing diagnostic and Pain Management Procedures.
Physicians administer Heparin to their patients prior to specific surgeries or procedures as a prophylaxis against venous thrombosis and pulmonary embolisms (blood clots).
Medical Practitioners administer Injectable Ondansetron (Zofran) for the prevention of post-op nausea and vomiting by blocking chemicals in the body that are often introduce during surgery.
Anesthesiologists and Certified Nurse Anesthetists administer Propofol, a common rapid acting sedative-hypnotic medication, for the induction and maintenance of anesthesia.