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ICG to Assess Ovarian Perfusion

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ICG to Assess Ovarian Perfusion

To assess the feasibility of using intravenous ICG to characterize the vascular perfusion of ovaries during gynecologic surgery

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Drug - ICG

Indocyanine green (ICG) is a Food and Drug (FDA)-approved tricarbocyanine dye that is fluorescent under near-infrared (NIR) light. ICG solutions for injection often contain sodium iodide. ICG is water soluble and when introduced intravenously, it is bound by plasma proteins, namely albumin. The intravascular half-life of ICG is 3-4 minutes with rapid hepatic clearance.

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Intraoperative Use of Intravenous Indocyanine Green (ICG) to Assess Ovarian Perfusion Using Infrared Imaging: A Feasibility Pilot Study

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NCT03927651

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