For patients with pulmonary conditions such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), asthma, cystic fibrosis, and bronchopulmonary dysplasia (BPD), evaluation of lung ventilation may allow detection of early/mild disease and assist in the monitoring of therapy. Compared to traditional CT scans, which can only image the first few branches of a patient’s airway, Xenon follows the same path as oxygen down to the small airways for visualization of gas distribution.
For more information on Philips’ AI-driven smart connected imaging, optimized workflows, and integrated clinical solutions to improve MR productivity, enhance patient and staff experience, and deliver high quality diagnostic outcomes, including this latest collaboration with Polarean, visit Philips at ISMRM and SMRT 2023.
 This content provided by the 3rd party, that remains solely liable for the fullness and correctness thereof. Any action or decision taken as a result of accessing this content or using websites linked to this content is at the discretion of the customer.
XENOVIEW IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Warnings and Precautions
Risk of Decreased Image Quality from Supplemental Oxygen: Supplemental oxygen administered simultaneously with XENOVIEW inhalation can cause degradation of image quality. For patients on supplemental oxygen, withhold oxygen inhalation for two breaths prior to XENOVIEW inhalation, and resume oxygen inhalation immediately following the imaging breath hold.
Risk of Transient Hypoxia: Inhalation of an anoxic gas such as XENOVIEW may cause transient hypoxemia in susceptible patients. Monitor all patients for oxygen desaturation and symptoms of hypoxemia and treat as clinically indicated.
Adverse Reactions in Adult Patients: The adverse reactions (> one patient) in efficacy trials were oropharyngeal pain, headache, and dizziness.
Adverse Reactions in Pediatric and Adolescent Patients: In published literature in pediatric patients aged 6 to 18, transient adverse reactions were reported: blood oxygen desaturation, heart rate elevation, numbness, tingling, dizziness, and euphoria. In at least one published study of pediatric patients aged 6 to 18 years, transient decrease in SpO2% and transient increase in heart rate was reported following hyperpolarized xenon Xe 129 administration. XENOVIEW is not approved for use in pediatric patients less than 12 years of age.
Please see full prescribing information at www.xenoview.net.