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Desch, W; Schappacher, W; Schappacher, G; Wintersteiger, R; Ecker, M; Kohler, U; Korisek, G; Porta, S.
An attempt to quantify the influence of some IC parameters upon the levels of ionized Mg in blood
TRACE ELEM ELECTROLYTES. 2009; 26(2): 89-94.
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Porta Sepp

In large samples of probands simultaneous determinations of ionized magnesium and other quick-changing blood parameters like base excess, pH, pCO(2), Ca, a.s.o. showed highly significant single as well as multiple linear cot-relations. From the occurrence of single correlations with Mg++ and each of the parameters mentioned above, we deduce a predictable alteration of Mg++ values along stress induced changes of those variables. Thus, Mg++ fluctuations hitherto presumed to be erratic, became explicable and quantifiable. Multiple regressions, on the other hand, may additionally pave the way towards a more precise assessment of the Mg state by Mg++ determination simultaneously with several interdependent metabolic parameters. Further development of such a holistic determination system may well be used as an easier and more precise assessment of individual Mg reserves (Mg state) by comparison of possible differences between calculated and determined Mg++ values.

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