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Magnesium Research

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Magnesium Research

Magnesium Research, the official journal of the international Society for the Development of Research on Magnesium (SDRM), has been the benchmark journal on the use of magnesium in biomedicine for more than 30 years.
This quarterly publication provides regular updates on multinational and multidisciplinary research into magnesium, bringing together original experimental and clinical articles, correspondence, Letters to the Editor, comments on latest news, general features, summaries of relevant articles from other journals, and reports and statements from national and international conferences and symposiums.
Indexed in the leading medical databases, Magnesium Research is an essential journal for specialists and general practitioners, for basic and clinical researchers, for practising doctors and academics.

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Volume 36, issue 2, June 2023

ORIGINAL ARTICLES

Article A case-control study showing low creatinine clearance and high magnesium intake as risk factors for hypermagnesemia in older individuals
Hidetoshi Ishii, Risa Sawada, Megumi Shiomi, Kiyoshi Shibuya

Article Effects of magnesium sulphate on neostigmine-induced recovery from moderate neuromuscular blockade with rocuronium: a randomized controlled trial
Jiwon Han, Hee-Yeon Park, Hyun-Jung Shin, Seung Hyun Chung, Sang-Hwan Do

Article Investigation of the relationship between magnesium level and vitamin D, bone mineral density, and chronic diseases in patients with knee osteoarthritis
Ebru Yilmaz, Sena Ünver

Article Administration of magnesium sulphate does not prevent post-reperfusion syndrome but is necessary during living donor liver transplantation
Dheapak Vijayakumar, Lalita Gouri Mitra, Shivali Panwar, Amal Francis Sam

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Magnesium Research, the official journal of the International Society for the Development of Research on Magnesium (SDRM)

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