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Magnesium for Surgery

When magnesium levels are corrected by the administration of magnesium before, during and after surgery medical complications are significantly reduced to the point where it becomes simply imprudent to perform surgery without it - Dr. Minato at the Department of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery, in Japan, strongly recommends the correction of hypomagnesemia during and after off-pump coronary artery bypass grafting (OPCAB) for the prevention of perioperative coronary artery spasm and his team has actually said that they won't perform this surgery without its use any longer.

Everyone scheduled for surgery needs to increase their stores of magnesium - In the pre and postoperative phases magnesium can:

✔ Help alleviate pain

✔ Decrease blood pressure

✔ Alleviate certain heart arrhythmias

✔ Work to prevent blood clotting

✔ Relieve depression - so common after bypass surgery

✔ Improve energy and cognitive abilities.

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