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Magnesium in Obstetric Anesthesia and Intensive Care

Mostic-Ilic, T., Kutlesic, R. M., Kutlesic, M. S.
(Abstracted from J Anesth, 31:127–139, 2017) This article’s aim was to summarize existing literature, clinical experience, and data about the use of magnesium in the clinical setting of obstetric anesthesia and intensive care by outlining the when, why, and how of this essential element’s use. The article covered the physiological role and circumstances of its use and outlined the possible underlying mechanisms and dosages of magnesium.
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