Iopromide is a type of contrast agent used in medical imaging procedures like computed tomography (CT) scans and angiography. It’s part of a group of compounds known as iodinated contrast media.

Iopromide contains iodine atoms, making it visible on imaging scans. It’s injected intravenously before the imaging procedure to enhance the visibility of blood vessels, organs, and tissues in the resulting images. This enhancement helps healthcare professionals obtain clearer and more detailed images, aiding in the diagnosis and evaluation of various medical conditions.