Magnesium chloride

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Scientific Name: Magnesium chloride
Brand Name: Bss, Bss Ophthalmic Solution, Cardioplegic, Chloromag, Citrasate, Clinimix E 2.75/5, Dianeal, Dianeal Low Calcium 1.5, Dianeal Pd-2/1.5, Extraneal, Eye Stream, H.E.L.P.bicel, Hemosate Ultra, Hyperlyte, Ionosol-MB, Isolyte P, Isolyte S, Isolyte S pH 7.4, Isoplate, Naturalyte, Normosol-R, Nxstage Pureflow, Olimel, Periolimel, Phoxillum, Physiolyte, Physioneal 40, Physiosol, Plasma-lyte, Plasma-lyte 148, Plasma-lyte 148 In 5 % Dextrose, Plasma-lyte R, Plasmalyte A, Plegisol, Prismasol, Selectbag One
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Mechanism Of Action Mechanism of action of magnesium chloride studied in 10 adult volunteers. Results suggested magnesium ion in duodenum is relatively weak stimulus to pancreas and gall bladder. It is weak stimulant to cholecystokinin release and inhibits net jejunal water absorption. The oral administration of a single 800 mg dose of magnesium chloride in healthy volunteers resulted in a diminished rate of intraluminal lipid and protein digestion. The most pronounced effect of magnesium chloride, however, was a decreased gastric emptying rate of both test meals. After correction for gastric emptying, no differences were noted in intraluminal lipid or protein digestion. Therefore, the lower lipid levels noted after magnesium supplementation are unlikely to be the result of altered lipid assimilation. Magnesium chloride slows gastric emptying but does not influence lipid digestion.
Description of the Drug: Magnesium chloride is an ionic compound and source of magnesium used for electrolyte replenishment and conditions associated with magnesium deficiencies.
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Source: DrugBank Online – Retrieved 2023-01-23 from