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Magnesium Therapy Improves Rotational Thromboelastometry Findings Prior to Liver Transplantation: A Randomized Clinical Trial.

Indian J Hematol Blood Transfus 2020 Jul 24;36(3):505-511. Epub 2020 Feb 24.

Shiraz Anesthesiology and Critical Care Research Center, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran.

An important challenge during orthotopic liver transplantation (OLT) is optimal coagulation management. There are diverse studies regarding effect of Mg sulfate on coagulation system. This study evaluates the impact of Mg sulfate on the coagulation parameters of the rotational thromboelastometry (ROTEM) in patients about to undergo OLT. In this randomized clinical trial, 60 patients who were going to undergo OLT were randomly allocated into two groups. In the Mg group, the patients received a 1.5 g infusion of Mg 5 min before the surgical incision. In the control group, patients received a physiological saline instead of Mg. Plasma Mg levels before and after the infusions were measured in both groups. Also, three ROTEM tests: EXTEM, INTEM and FIBTEM were performed before and after the infusions. Baseline mean plasma magnesium levels were within normal range in the control and Mg groups: 2.06 and 2.18 mg/dl, respectively. After magnesium therapy, the mean plasma Mg level in the Mg group increased to 2.78 mg/dl in compared to the control group that was 2.01 mg/dl ( < 0.000). Mean value of the clotting time (CT) in the magnesium group were significantly decreased from 129.50 ± 7.76, 381.86 ± 8.51 and 114.26 ± 6.80 to 86.13 ± 3.4, 209.33 ± 6.68 and 81.56 ± 5.01 in the EXTEM, INTEM, and FIBTEM respectively after intervention in the Mg group ( = 0.001). Among patients with end-stage liver diseases who have ROTEM evidence of hypocoagulability, magnesium could correct CT parameter of the ROTEM tests.
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July 2020