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1. Evaluation of asymptomatic and distressed neonates by the parenteral magnesium (Mg) load test



1. Evaluation of asymptomatic and distressed neonates by the parenteral magnesium (Mg) load test



Pediatric Research 13(4, II): 473



Timed collections of urine were made before and after a parenteral load of magnesium in newborn infants 1 to 5 days old with perinatal distress and in asymptomatic infants. Infants with the greatest retention of Mg loads had the most severe perinatal distress. Serial plasma Mg values before loading showed significant differences between the highest and lowest values in premature and term infants.

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