Intraoperative Magnesium Sulfate can Reduce Narcotic Requirement after Coronary Bypass Surgery

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Seyed Mostafa alavi 1 , *

1 Iran

How to Cite: alavi S M. Intraoperative Magnesium Sulfate can Reduce Narcotic Requirement after Coronary Bypass Surgery, Multidiscip Cardio Annal. 2011 ; 3(1):e8734.

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Multidisciplinary Cardiovascular Annals: 3 (1); e8734
Published Online: February 03, 2011
Article Type: Research Article
Received: September 11, 2016
Accepted: February 08, 2011

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Abstract

Narcotics are the most common drugs that have been used after cardiac
surgery. Everyone knows that their side effects including respiratory depression, hemodynamic
instability, and nausea, vomiting and itching are dose dependent. Magnesium
is both N Methyl D Aspartate (NMDA) – receptor and calcium receptor antagonist
and can modify important mechanisms of nociception. The purpose of this study
was to investigate the effect of magnesium sulfate on pain score and reducing narcotic
requirement in coronary artery bypass surgery patients

Keywords

Magnesium Sulfate, Coronary Artery Bypass, Narcotics

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