(solution) The contrast media used in CAT scans for imaging major blood

(solution) The contrast media used in CAT scans for imaging major blood

The contrast media used in CAT scans for imaging major blood vessels generally consist of a fluid that contains an ionic compound containing iodine. when this fluid is injected into the blood stream, patients often report a warm, flushed feeling.

Review the process of osmosis. Using this information and the information given above, provide an explanation for the warm, flush feelings that patients often experience

Osmosis
Osmosis is a form of diffusion. It occurs when two solutions of different concentrations of a solute are
separated by a semi-permeable membrane which can only allow smaller particles to…