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標題: 肝臟手術病人基礎低鎂血症的發生率和危險因素
Incidence and risk factors of baseline hypomagnesemia in patients undergoing liver surgery
作者: 籃國懋
Kuo-Mao Lan
關鍵字: 低血鎂
肝臟手術
hypomagnesemia
liver surgery
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摘要: 簡介: 鎂,鉀和鈣離子會影響心肌細胞的電氣生理活動,心臟的傳導系統和心肌收縮力。接受主要手術的病人的血鉀,鈣和鎂水平對手術週期管理及其預後非常重要。 材料和方法: 在此一回顧性研究中,我們評估了接受肝臟手術的患者基礎低鎂血症比例是否大於其他主要手術。此外病使用病例對照設計,以1:3的比例選取非肝臟手術對照組,研究肝臟手術病人血液氣體分析之各項結果[1]。我們還調查了肝臟手術中基礎低鎂血症的預測因素。 結果: 與非肝臟手術患者相比,肝臟手術患者基礎低鎂血症的發生率更高(45.0% vs 29.6%,p <0.001)。年齡<65歲,術前葡萄糖> 250 mg/dL,基礎Ca ++ <1.13 mmol/L被確定為肝臟手術患者基線低鎂血症的預測因子。 結論: 常規術前檢查未檢查血清鎂水平。可能有必要在這些患者中包含血清鎂測量。 關鍵字: 低血鎂、肝臟手術
Background: Magnesium, potassium and calcium affect the electrical activity of myocardial cells, the specialized conducting system of the heart, and myocardial contractility[2]. Blood levels of potassium, calcium and magnesium in patients undergoing major surgery are very important for perioperative management and outcomes. Materials and methods: In the retrospective study, we assessed whether the proportion of baseline hypomagnesemia in patients undergoing liver surgery was greater than that in the other major surgery. Furthermore, compared with non-liver surgery, the risk of preoperative hyperglycemia and baseline hypomagnesemia in liver surgery were determined using the case-control design with a ratio 1:3[1]. We also investigated the predictors of baseline hypomagnesemia in liver surgery. Results: Higher incidence of baseline hypomagnesemia in liver surgery patients was observed compared with non-liver ones (45.0% VS. 29.6%, p < 0.001). In patients with age < 65, preoperative glucose >= 250 mg/dL and baseline Ca++ < 1.13 mmol/L were identified as predictors of baseline hypomagnesemia in liver surgery patients. Conclusion: Serum magnesium levels are not examined in routine preoperative checkup. It may be necessary to include serum magnesium measurement in these patients. Keyword: hypomagnesemia, liver surgery
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文章公開時間: 2020-08-22
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