Plasma ionized magnesium during acute hyperventilation in humans.

@article{Hafen1996PlasmaIM,
  title={Plasma ionized magnesium during acute hyperventilation in humans.},
  author={G Hafen and R. Laux-End and Anita Carmen Truttmann and Andreas Schibler and James Mcguigan and Edgar Peheim and Mario G. Bianchetti},
  journal={Clinical science},
  year={1996},
  volume={91 3},
  pages={
          347-51
        }
}
1. Respiratory alkalosis accompanies the clinical syndrome of tetany, precipitates cardiac arrhythmias and predisposes to coronary vasoconstriction. Magnesium plays a critical role in the maintenance of membrane function, and magnesium depletion is often associated with cardiac arrhythmias or vasoconstriction. 2. As technology for detecting circulating ionized magnesium (the most interesting form with respect to physiological and biological properties) is now available in the form of new… Expand
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