MAJ John Kiel, DO, MPH, CAQ-SM

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Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Assistant Professor of Orthopedics & Sport Medicine
University of Florida - Jacksonville College of Medicine
Field Surgeon
256th Area Support Medical Company
Florida Army National Guard

Fellowship: University of Kentucky
Residency: State University of New York-Buffalo
Medical school: University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine

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It is typical for a patient to have side effects after a medical abortion. Differentiating expected versus significant adverse events is crucial to providing proper treatment. Patient education prior
Although rare, complications with IUDs do occur and can require quick diagnosis and urgent management, particularly when involving complete perforation. Emergency physicians should consider IUD compli
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NSAIDs are the most commonly used class of drugs in the world. They possess analgesic, antipyretic, and anti-inflammatory properties. Its GI side effects are most apparent and well-documented and can
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What is the prevalence of gonorrhea, chlamydia, and trichomonas co-infection rates, and if rapid testing for trichomoniasis is unavailable in the emergency department, should the clinician empirically
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Osteochondral defect (OCD), historically referred to as Osteochondritis Dissecans, was described by Dr. Franz K├Ânig more than 125 years ago. Rarely seen in the ED, it should remain in your differentia
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Go beyond the classically considered androgenic hormones. This review describes some of the non-steroidal PEDs of abuse that may present to the emergency department setting and potential challenges in
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Exertional rhabdomyolysis is a pathologic condition caused by muscle breakdown. It is a rare condition but one that can cause significant morbidity and mortality among athletes.
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The best treatment for heat-related illnesses is public education and prevention. How can you help from your ED?