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Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & PsychiatryIntravenous Magnesium for Acute Presentations of Migraine to A&E

A total of 35 status migrainosus patients were enrolled; 30 of them were female, and the average age was 39. Before the drugs were given, everyone’s serum magnesium levels were normal. There were no ECG alterations found, and none of the patients experienced any severe side effects either during or right away following the infusion. In 15 patients, there was a positive effect; in 10, there was no effect; and in 10, there were no data.

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