Magsulf Ointment

Magnesium Sulphate (64% w/w) Primary uses of : Seizures in pregnant women with high blood pressure, Decreased magnesium levels in blood
Manufacturer: Agrawal Pharmaceuticals
₹ 56.00 incl tax
Expert advice for Magsulf Ointment This drug can be taken orally for constipation. But for rest of the indication it is usually given by a doctor or a nurse as an injection directly into the vein or muscle.Do not give oral magnesium sulphate to children under 12 years.Antibiotics should be taken either 2 hours prior or 4 hours after taking magnesium sulphate.Do not take magnesium and consult your doctor: If you suffer from bleeding disorder, heart block, kidney problems, or breathing problems.If you are pregnant or breast-feeding.If you are taking medicines acting on nervous system, for heart problems, for high blood pressure.If you are going to be given an anesthetic.
Composition Magnesium Sulphate (64% w/w)
Side Effect Common Nausea, Paralysis, Abdominal pain, Central nervous system depression, Cardiac depression, Decreased blood pressure, Decreased body temperature, Diarrhoea, Injection site pain, Flushing (sense of warmth in the face, ears, neck and trunk), Increased sweating, Vomiting, Increased magnesium level in blood.
How to works How Magsulf Ointment works Magnesium sulphate is a mineral salt. It is a micronutrient. It has anti-inflammatory and laxative properties. Magnesium sulphate replaces magnesium in patients with magnesium deficiency and at site of edema in case of injuries. It decreases nerve impulses to heart muscles. In the intestine magnesium sulphate helps to retain water inside the colon, increasing the mobility and helps in evacuation of bowel. .