Disease Information for Magnesium supplement/intake

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Clinical Manifestations
Signs & Symptoms
Diarrhea, chronic
Tube Feeding Patient Diarrhea
Tube-Fed Status Diarrhea
Demographics & Risk Factors
Established Disease Population
Tube Feeding Patient
Laboratory Tests
Abnormal Lab Findings (Non Measured)
Osmotic gap (low Na/high osmolality) (Lab)
Abnormal Lab Findings - Increased
Magnesium (Lab)
Associated Diseases & Rule outs
Associated Disease & Complications
Drug induced Hypermagnesemia
Hypermagnesemia
Disease Mechanism & Classification
Drugs
DRUG/Important Acute care drugs (example)
DRUG/Vitamin/minerals supplements (example)
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Anxiety claims.
DRUG-Herbal Helps Heart muscle/function claims
DRUG-Supplement Group (example)
Synonyms
Synonym
(TN406) MAGNESIUM, MAGNESIUM, Magnesium (substance), MAGNESIUM PREPARATION, Mg, Mg Magnesium, Mg element, Herbal brand Starpack daily (Starlight int), Herbal brand SulfurPlex hair health (PharmAssure/Rite Aid)
Treatment
Drug Therapy - Indication
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Angina claims:
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Asthma/bronchospasm claims.
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Glaucoma claims
DRUG-Herbal Anti-Migraine/headache claims
DRUG-Herbal Bone health/osteoporosis claims
DRUG-Herbal Glucose metabolisim health claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Acute asthma attack claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Alcoholism/withdrawals
DRUG-Herbal Helps Chronic fatigue/Adult mono claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Diabetes control claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps fibromyalgia claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Leg claudication claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps Mitral valve prolapse/symptoms claims
DRUG-Herbal Helps PMS/Premenstrual claims
DRUG-Herbal Muscle relaxant/cramps claims
DRUG-Herbal Prevents heart arrhythmia/slows rate claims
Drug Dosage
DRUG-Herbal Hazardous potential
Definition
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