low magnesium

magnesium deficiency

A clinical state due to inadequate intake or impaired intestinal absorption of magnesium, often associated with decreased Ca2+ and decreased K+.
 
Clinical findings
Irritability of nervous system with tetany (spasms of hands and feet), muscular twitching, cramps, and laryngeal spasm.

low magnesium

Hypomagnesemia, see there.
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A 2015 study published in the journal Diabetes Metabolism evaluated the efficacy of a daily dose of 382 mg of magnesium on 116 individuals aged 30 to 65 with prediabetes and low magnesium, taken for a period of four months.
The long term use of PPIs is associated with increased risk of bone fractures, low magnesium absorption, C.
The average ICU stay amongst patients with low magnesium was 9.
It was only when I spoke to a sleep expert that I found out low magnesium levels were linked to RLS.
Available data suggest that low magnesium levels may promote endothelial cell dysfunction and greater tendency of thrombogenesis by increasing platelet aggregation and vascular calcifications14.
11] Low magnesium levels have been implicated as an important pathogenic factor in most of the disorders of MS.
Sharapova, the world's highest-paid female athlete, stunned the sporting world in March when she announced that she had tested positive for meldonium, a drug she said she had been taking for a decade to treat diabetes and low magnesium.
While Armstrong's story took years to play out as he initially denied reports of his drug use, Sharapova quickly called a press conference to say she had tested positive for meldonium, which she said she was taking to treat diabetes and low magnesium.
Given the association with kidney disease and low magnesium levels, serum creatinine and magnesium levels probably should be monitored in patients using PPIs, especially those using high doses.
Low magnesium levels result in higher head rates and require more oxygen to perform physical tasks.
In the Margala Hill Limestone conversion of micrite to microspar is a common phenomenon and is characterized by the development of isolated patches of inequigranular microspar selectively converting high magnesium calcite (micrite) into low magnesium calcite with heterogeneous texture of middle shelf facies (Plate 1C) and inner shelf facies (Plate 2E).