The Magnesium Sulphate
industry development trends and marketing channels are analyzed.
The osmotic and intrinsic mechanisms of the pharmacological laxative action of oral high doses of magnesium sulphate
Overall, 63 women at risk of very pre-term birth had to be given magnesium sulphate
to prevent one case of cerebral palsy in the baby.
Studies are also looking at Magnesium Sulphate
and Sildenafil for treatment.
Doctors previously used other anti-convulsants but a medical trial showed that magnesium sulphate
administered properly is more effective.
Service providers were concerned about risks to the fetus and the woman, particularly when magnesium sulphate
was administered concurrently with anaesthesia during caesarean delivery.
for treatment of severe tetanus: a randomised controlled trial.
Life for African Mothers has been supplying misoprostol and magnesium sulphate
to hospitals and providing training to midwives and other healthcare staff in nine sub-Saharan countries - Chad, Liberia, Sierra Leone, the largely unrecognised sovereign state of Somaliland, northern Nigeria, eastern Uganda, eastern Congo, Zimbabwe and Rwanda - which are some of the most dangerous in the world in which to give birth.
Several studies have been published, looking at the efficacy of intravenous (IV) magnesium sulphate
for severe acute asthma (1-3).
Ten highlights in achieving safer pregnancy 1987-2007 * The superiority of magnesium sulphate
in treating eclampsia and severe pre-eclampsia.
It showed that women given magnesium sulphate
- commonly used as Epsom salts to soak away aches and pains - had a 58 per cent reduced risk of pre-eclampsia progressing to eclampsia.
is one potential additive that has been shown to have antinociceptive effects and to decrease perioperative analgesic requirements in other settings (1).