PERFUSION/ INJECTIONS WITH MAGNESIUM

If you go through a stressful period, suffer from anxiety, can't sleep? You really need magnesium, considered "the antidote to stress".

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What are magnesium infusions?


Magnesium infusions are medical procedures in which magnesium is administered directly into the patient's circulatory system through intravenous injections. Magnesium is an essential mineral for the optimal functioning of the body and plays an important role in maintaining the health of the nervous system, the muscular system and the heart.

Benefits of intravenous magnesium administration


Administering intravenous magnesium can provide a number of benefits to the body. Here are some of them:

Correction of magnesium deficiency: People with magnesium deficiency can benefit from intravenous administration of this mineral to quickly restore normal levels in the body. Magnesium deficiency can lead to symptoms such as muscle spasms, fatigue, sleep disorders and heart rhythm disorders.

Supporting the normal functioning of the heart: Magnesium has a crucial role in the contraction and relaxation of the heart muscles. Intravenous administration of magnesium can help maintain a normal heart rhythm and can be used in the treatment of arrhythmias and in the prevention of cardiac complications in certain conditions.

Reducing the risk of eclampsia: Eclampsia is a serious complication that can occur during pregnancy and can endanger both the health of the mother and the fetus. Intravenous administration of magnesium can be used to prevent eclampsia and to protect the health of the mother and child.

Relaxing muscles and reducing spasms: Magnesium has relaxing properties on muscles and can be effective in reducing muscle spasms. Intravenous administration of magnesium can be used in the treatment of muscle spasms, including muscle cramps and muscle pain.

Supporting the nervous system and mental health: Magnesium has an important impact on the functioning of the nervous system and can help reduce stress and anxiety. Intravenous administration of magnesium can provide a calming and relaxing effect and can be beneficial for people with anxiety or stress disorders.


How do Magnerot 500 infusions work?


Magnerot 500 injectable solution is intended to be administered by intravenous infusion. Magnesium is an essential mineral for the normal functioning of the body and has an important role in numerous biochemical processes. Among its functions are regulation of heart rate, muscle contraction, nerve transmission and protein synthesis. Magnesium supplements, including Magnerot 500, can be used to correct magnesium deficiency and support the body's overall health.


Magnesium therapy may involve intravenous administration of various forms of magnesium, including magnesium D-gluconat, orotate and magnesium sulfate. These three forms are recognized for their benefits in the treatment of certain conditions and for the correction of magnesium deficiency. Here is more information about them:

Magnesium orotate: Magnesium orotate is a compound made of magnesium and orotic acid. It has the ability to cross cell membranes more easily, allowing magnesium to enter the cells more efficiently. Magnesium orotate is considered beneficial for supporting cardiac function, regulating blood pressure, protecting against oxidative stress and improving sports performance.

Magnesium sulfate: Magnesium sulfate, also known as Epsom salt, is a form of magnesium that can be administered by intravenous injection. Magnesium sulfate is often used in cases of severe magnesium deficiency, eclampsia (a serious complication of pregnancy), as well as in the treatment of preventing premature uterine contractions in certain obstetric situations.

Magnesium gluconate: Magnesium gluconate is a form of magnesium, an essential mineral for the normal functioning of the body. This mineral is present in nature in various forms of salts, and magnesium gluconate is one of these variants. Magnesium has a crucial role in many physiological processes, including the functioning of the nervous system, muscle contraction, energy production, protein synthesis and maintaining bone health.

Magnesium gluconate is a form of magnesium supplement in which magnesium is bound to gluconate, a compound containing glucose and calcium gluconate. This form of magnesium is often chosen for dietary supplements due to its relatively good bioavailability. 


Indications for magnesium infusions


Magnesium infusions can be recommended in a number of situations and conditions. Here are some indications for magnesium infusions:

Magnesium deficiency


Magnesium infusions can be used to correct low levels of magnesium in the body. Magnesium deficiency can occur as a result of an inadequate diet, digestive disorders or the administration of certain medications. Supplementation by infusion can help quickly replenish magnesium in the body.

Stress and fatigue


Magnesium has an important role in regulating stress and energy levels in the body. Magnesium infusions can help to reduce stress, to improve the state of health energy and to combat fatigue.

Sleep disorders


Magnesium has relaxing effects on the nervous system, which can contribute to improving the quality of sleep. Magnesium infusions can be useful in treating sleep disorders, such as insomnia.

Spasmophiliacs


Spasmophilia is a condition characterized by muscle hypersensitivity and the occurrence of muscle spasms. Magnesium has relaxing properties on the muscles and can be beneficial in reducing the symptoms associated with spasmophilia. Magnesium infusions can be used as part of the treatment of this condition.

Migraines


Migraines are severe, recurring headaches that can be accompanied by symptoms such as sensitivity to light and sound. Magnesium has a relaxing effect on blood vessels and can help reduce the frequency and severity of migraines. Magnesium infusions can be used to combat migraines and reduce associated symptoms.

Contraindications for magnesium injections


There are some contraindications for administering magnesium injections. It is important to talk to your doctor before starting any form of magnesium treatment to make sure it is safe and suitable for you. Here are some common contraindications:

Allergy or sensitivity to magnesium: If you have a known allergy to magnesium or if you have had allergic reactions to magnesium administration before, you may be contraindicated for magnesium injections.

Renal insufficiency: People with severe renal insufficiency may have difficulties in eliminating excess magnesium from the body. Additional administration of magnesium can lead to its excessive accumulation in the body and can cause complications. Therefore, administration of magnesium injections may be contraindicated in case of severe renal failure.

Atrioventricular block II or III degree: These are diseases of the electrical conduction system of the heart, which can affect the heart rhythm. The administration of magnesium injections can affect the heart rate even more in these situations and is therefore contraindicated.

Our team of medical specialists


The Quantica720° team of doctors specializing in intravenous administration ensures that magnesium infusions are administered correctly and safely, according to medical protocols and standards. They can assess the individual needs of the patient, establish the appropriate dose and rate of administration and monitor adverse reactions or possible complications.


Frequently asked questions for PERFUSION/ INJECTIONS WITH MAGNESIUM

Magnesium infusions are medical procedures in which magnesium is administered directly into the patient's circulatory system through an intravenous line. Magnesium is an essential mineral for the normal functioning of the body and plays an important role in the regulation of nervous, muscular and cardiac functions.

Intravenous administration of magnesium may be recommended for a variety of conditions or medical conditions, including:
Magnesium deficiency: when the level of magnesium in the body is low and cannot be corrected by oral administration or other forms of supplementation.


Severe hypomagnesemia: low level of magnesium in the blood that can be associated with symptoms such as muscle spasms, seizures or heart rhythm disorders.


Preeclampsia or eclampsia: pregnancy complications characterized by high blood pressure and loss of kidney function. Magnesium infusions can be used to control these conditions and prevent seizures.


Migraines: intravenous administration of magnesium can be considered in the treatment of migraines, as it can reduce the frequency and severity of episodes.


It is important to consult a doctor to assess your individual needs and to determine if intravenous magnesium is right for you.

During a magnesium infusion session, the doctor or trained medical staff will administer it intravenously into a patient's vein, usually in the arm or hand. The magnesium solution, which is prepared in advance according to the required dose and concentration, will be connected to the intravenous line.
The doctor or medical staff will monitor the patient throughout the infusion to ensure that it is being carried out safely. The exact duration of a magnesium infusion session may vary depending on the dose and specific medical indications.

Although magnesium infusions are considered safe, they can have certain risks and side effects. Some possible side effects include:
Allergic or hypersensitivity reactions: allergic reactions may occur, such as skin rashes, itching, swelling or difficulty breathing.
Gastrointestinal disorders: intravenous administration of magnesium may cause nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or abdominal discomfort.
Drop in blood pressure: Some people may experience a drop in blood pressure during or after magnesium infusion.
Heart rhythm disorders: In rare cases, excessive magnesium intake can lead to heart rhythm disorders, such as bradycardia or heart block.

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