Intraoperative infusion of acetated Ringer solution containing glucose and ionized magnesium reduces ketogenesis and maintains serum magnesium

Takeshi Yokoyama, Kunio Suwa, Fumiyasu Yamasaki, Reiko Yokoyama, Koichi Yamashita, Eva Selldén

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The effect of glucose infusion during surgery on glucose metabolism has not been investigated sufficiently. We, therefore, examined the effect after the infusion of 1% glucose acetated Ringer solution containing Mg2+ during surgery on ketogenesis and serum Mg2+ concentrations. Patients, classified as ASA I-II, age 51-80 years, were randomly assigned to receive infusion of acetated Ringer solution. The G/Mg group received infusion with 1% glucose, Na+ 140mEq/L, Mg2+ 2 mEq/L, and the C group received infusion with glucose free solution containing Na+ 130 mEq/L without Mg2+. Both solutions were infused at a rate of 25 mL/kg for the first hour, and maintained at 4 mL/kg/hr thereafter. Blood samples were collected three times: before infusion and at 1 hour and 4 hours after the start of infusion. Electrolytes and glucose metabolism were evaluated at each sampling. After rapid infusion, blood glucose level significantly increased to 170±19mg/dL in the G/Mg group, but it returned to close to baseline after 4 hours and serum ketone bodies did not increase during infusion. In the C group, however, blood glucose never increased beyond 110 mg/dL, but both acetoacetic and hydroxybutyric acids increased significantly at the third measurement.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)525-529
Number of pages5
JournalAsia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition
Volume17
Issue number3
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2008
Externally publishedYes

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Magnesium
Glucose
Serum
Blood Glucose
Hydroxybutyrates
Ketone Bodies
Electrolytes
Ringer's solution

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  • Medicine (miscellaneous)
  • Nutrition and Dietetics

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Intraoperative infusion of acetated Ringer solution containing glucose and ionized magnesium reduces ketogenesis and maintains serum magnesium. / Yokoyama, Takeshi; Suwa, Kunio; Yamasaki, Fumiyasu; Yokoyama, Reiko; Yamashita, Koichi; Selldén, Eva.

In: Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Vol. 17, No. 3, 09.2008, p. 525-529.

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Yokoyama, Takeshi ; Suwa, Kunio ; Yamasaki, Fumiyasu ; Yokoyama, Reiko ; Yamashita, Koichi ; Selldén, Eva. / Intraoperative infusion of acetated Ringer solution containing glucose and ionized magnesium reduces ketogenesis and maintains serum magnesium. In: Asia Pacific Journal of Clinical Nutrition. 2008 ; Vol. 17, No. 3. pp. 525-529.
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