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The prior research has found that magnesium sulfate given intravenously acts as a bronchodilator and improves airway obstruction in status asthmaticus.1 The intravenous route requires substantial resources for administration and close monitoring due to concerns for adverse effects, such as hypotension. Several studies have suggested that nebulised magnesium may also have benefits.2 If the efficacy was demonstrated for nebulised magnesium, it could be added to bronchodilators in the standard asthma treatment protocols, providing an important advance in the treatment …
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