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How Do You Dilute Magnesium Sulfate Infusion?
4 g of MgSO4 50% (8 mL) syringe to make a 20% solution Give this 4g M.G.SO40 20% Solution IV over 5 – 20 minutes. If convulsions recur after 15 minutes, use MgSO4 20% by IV over 5 minutes.
How Do You Make Magnesium Sulphate Solution?
MgSO4 (Magnesium sulfate): To make a 1 M solution, dissolve 12 g of MGSO4, in resulting volume of 100 mL of H2O. Sterilize by autoclaving or filter sterilization. Store at room temperature.
How Do You Dilute Magnesium?
Magnesium sulfate injection (50% solution) must be reduced to a percentage of 20% or less prior to IV infusion.
To prevent hypermagnesemia from occurring, the administration should be slow and cautious.
The normal serum level is 1. 5 to 2. 5 mEq/L. Magnesium can be antagonized by calcium.
Teratogenic Effects of Pregnancy Category D (see WARNINGS and PRECAUTIONS) The 50% solution for IM injection in infants and children should also be diluted to 20% for the IMA injection.
The serum concentration of magnesium should be monitored for IM injections.