Tissue magnesium status is difficult to accurately estimate with non-invasive measures due to poor correlations between serum or RBC or WBC magnesium levels and magnesium concentration in major tissue stores in muscle and the skeleton. At present, a comprehensive evaluation of a patient's risk of magnesium deficiency should include consideration of known risk factors and disease conditions possibly contributing to magnesium depletion, estimates of dietary magnesium intake, and clinical observations. The evaluation also should include laboratory measures of magnesium status, including analysis of both extracellular (serum magnesium) and intracellular (RBC, WBC or muscle magnesium) magnesium concentration, if available. Researchers should continue efforts to find a simple, reliable, and useful technique to accurately estimate magnesium status.
Mg is the 4th most plentiful cation in the body. A 70-kg adult has about 2000 mEq of Mg. About 50% is sequestered in bone and is not readily exchangeable with other compartments. The ECF contains only about 1% of total body Mg. The remainder resides in the intracellular compartment. Normal plasma Mg concentration ranges from 1.4 to 2.1 mEq/L (0.70 to 1.05 mmol/L).
lionheart wrote:Hi, Dim. Thanks for answering and for posting wife's regimen. I don't know as I'm on Betaferon whether any of these wouldn't interfere with the drug...Perhaps shall ask my neuro.
Can you tell me how much approximately is the delivery to Greece from this site (it's Am, right?). Prices look fantastic, it's way cheaper than in Bg! And how long does it usually take for the delivery to arrive?
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