hypomagnesemia


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hypomagnesemia

[‚hī·pō‚mag·nə′sē·mē·yə]
(veterinary medicine)
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In our study hypomagnesemia is observed in patients with poor glycemic control evaluated by estimation of HbA1c, the present study confirms the previous report by Schlienger et al23 who studied the influence of glycemic control (glycemic control evaluated by HbA1c) on various trace elements and reported significantly reduced plasma magnesium levels in patients with poor control of diabetes.
Biological sequelae of hypomagnesemia in diabetic patients are not completely defined.
Although the patient was admitted for an episode of diarrhea and vomiting, loss of magnesium through this mechanism was excluded owing to the short duration of illness and the chronic hypomagnesemia despite improvement of these symptoms.
All this information indicates that hypomagnesemia is accompanied by lipid metabolism disturbances, which lead to pathological changes of blood vessels," Dr.
Table 2 Risk Factors for Cyclosporine Neurotoxicity Hypocholesterolemia Hypomagnesemia Hypertension Aluminum overload Previous hepatic failure (damage to blood-brain barrier) Supratherapeutic cyclosporine levels Intravenous cyclosporine High-dose steroids
replacement is reserved for symptomatic hypomagnesemia that is unresponsive to oral supplementation.
Other factor causing hypomagnesemia is the decrease in body temperature during surgery.
Hypomagnesemia is a significant predictor of cardiovascular and non-cardiovascular mortality in patients undergoing hemodialysis.
Notably, this information adds to the labeling information for prescription PPIs, which also list an increased risk for osteoporosis and bone fracture and hypomagnesemia.
A 65-year-old man who had not been treated with diuretics developed severe hypomagnesemia after long term treatment with a proton pump inhibitor (pantoprazole or lansoprazole).
The causes of magnesium depletion and hypomagnesemia are decreased gastrointestinal (GI) absorption and increased renal loss.
Four of the hypokalemic patients had hypomagnesemia.