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dehghani A, Parish M. Evaluation of the effects of magnesium in the prevention of shivering after anesthesia: A systematic review study. JAP 2022; 13 (1) :28-40
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1- tabriz
2- tabriz , masoudparish@yahoo.com
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Introduction: In addition, magnesium is administered intravenously, epidurally or intraperitoneally. Each of these methods can have different effects in different surgeries. In this study, we seek randomized clinical trials that The preoperative magnesium administration was compared with a control group and included studies evaluating the rate of chills as the main variable and outcome. The main purpose of this study was to evaluate the effect of preoperative magnesium on the prevention of postoperative shivering.
Methods: This article was a systematic review of all quality articles published by the end of 2020 with the keywords magnesium, chills, surgery, prevention and search in PubMed, Cochrane Central Register of Tested Controlled EMBASE and Web of Science databases. Were.
 Results: In the initial search, 3294 publications were identified. 64 articles were included in this study. The results showed that the incidence of shivering in the magnesium group with IV, epidural, intra-peritoneal injection was significantly reduced compared to the control group. Complications were also found to include complications such as extubation time, length of stay in PACU, serum magnesium concentration, nausea or vomiting, sedation, pruritus, hypotension, bradycardia. Significantly less than the control group.
Conclusion: Preventive use of magnesium can reduce the severity and number of chills after anesthesia as well as other complications after anesthesia.
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: Acute pain managment
Received: 2021.02.20 | Accepted: 2021.12.26 | Published: 2022.04.30

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