Kimberly A Stanford

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Commercial lentil screenings (LS) were substituted for barley grain and canola meal, and the resulting experimental diets (0, 12.5, 25 and 33% LS; 17±18% CP dry matter) were evaluated in situ and in digestibility and feedlot studies using Romanov Suffolk lambs. Mature Suffolk, Dorset and Rambouillet ewes were used to evaluate LS or whole barley as(More)
OBJECTIVE Wilderness expeditions inevitably involve risk to participants. Understanding of expedition-related illnesses and injuries allows institutions and individuals to develop strategies to mitigate risk. We describe findings and trends in soft tissue injuries, the second-most common type of injury, among participants in the National Outdoor Leadership(More)
CLINICAL SCENARIO A 42-year-old female presented to the emergency department with diffuse abdominal pain, vaginal discharge, and a fever of 102°F. She described multiple recent male sexual partners, with inconsistent condom use. Her vital signs were unremarkable. Her physical exam was notable for moderate right lower quadrant tenderness to palpation. There(More)
Dr. Kimberly Stanford: Today’s case is that of a 29-year-old woman with no significant past medical history who was transferred to the Emergency Department (ED) after presenting to an outside hospital with fever and back pain. The patient reported that shewas well until 4 days prior when she developed fever up to 39.2 C, rigors, and midline thoracic pain.(More)
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