Your patient must have a head CT with contrast completed. Which of the following medications should you obtain further clarification from the physician about, due to potential kidney failure.


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- Glucophage

- Cholecalciferol

- Regular insulin

- Morphine


When given near IV contrast administration, glucophage (Metformin), can significantly increase the risk for contrast-induced nephropathy and may need to be held and/or addition pre-procedure medications may need to be given.

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