Adverse reactions in most patients receiving Rapiscan in clinical trials were mild, transient (usually resolving within 30 minutes after receiving Rapiscan), and required no medical intervention. Adverse reactions occurred in approximately 80% of patients. The most common adverse reactions reported during clinical development in a total of 1,651 patients/subjects were: dyspnoea (29%), headache (27%), flushing (23%), chest pain (19%), electrocardiogram ST segment changes (18%), gastrointestinal discomfort (15%) and dizziness (11%)
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