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Matt and I had the honor of putting together a session on social media for the NKF. We did not want to do intro to social media. The beginning of social media in medicine is over. We are in the beginning of the middle, and we wanted to deeper look than intro lectures can provide. …

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KIDNEYcon is the answer to my post about how ASN’s Kidney Week is facing an existential crisis. John Arthur and Matt Sparks have put together a brilliant two-day conference that offers hands-on work shops, an inspirational keynote, trainee Jeopardy, and state of the art clinical lectures. You can see the entire schedule here. This was …

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In a series of tweets. Start here
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This is one of my favorite lectures. It starts with Izzy getting fired on Grey’s Anatomy to the metabolic consequences of crack cocaine in dialysis patients to the imaginary monogenic diseases of Ethan Hawke and Denzel Washington. Metabolic alkalosis is a topic that is rarely taught at all. This lecture goes deep tying metabolic alkalosis …

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Short video I did for the #NephMadness Pain Region.
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I remember this story entertaining story from 2011 (or maybe it was is a more recent version of the same events, it’s hard for me to believe I remember anything from 2011): (CNN) -- Lots of normal people would pay $23 for a book. But $23.7 million (plus $3.99 shipping) for a scientific book about …

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This is a formal lecture on the Tweetorial I posted about a patient with beer drinkers potomania but presented with increased serum osmolality due to ethanol intoxication. Keynote • PowerPoint • PDF Note: The presentations are designed to be displayed in KeyNote, the powerpoint version may be weird, especially the animations, and some of the …

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The first was in response to Robert Centor’s excellent description of how he uses reciprocal creatinine. Honestly I had not thought about reciprocal creatinine in a long time. It was fun diving into some of the literature around it. Here is the tweetorial: Here is the rough draft from my notes: I’m old enough to …

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I had the honor of being invited back to the Curbsiders to discuss hyperkalemia. I am not all the way through the episode yet, but so far I have not heard any embarrassing mistakes. But I’ll be sure to post any retractions and corrections here when I come across one.
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