An intravenous pyelogram may be used to diagnose disorders that affect the urinary tract, such as kidney stones, bladder stones, enlarged prostate, kidney cysts or urinary tract tumors. What should I do after intravenous pyelogram? An IVP usually takes less than 1 hour. If your kidneys work more slowly, theRead More →

Before Your Procedure Do not eat or drink after midnight the night before the IVP. You may continue to take your medications with a sip of water. How do you prepare a patient for IVU? Urogram (IVU) Preparation: Medications can be taken prior to your test. Pills should be takenRead More →

Submit a Paper Application – Regular (Non-IVP) or IVP: To obtain a paper application, call the Applicant Clearance Card Team at (602) 223-2279 and request one be mailed to you, or you can pick up an application at the DPS Public Service Center at 2222 W. Encanto Blvd. Phoenix, AZRead More →