Episode 95: Human Dx unknown with Sharmin & Mercy residents – Hypernatremia

Episode Description

Dr. Julia Burns presents a Human Dx unknown to Sharmin and Mercy residents  – Drs. Brady Alling and Aaron Sabal.

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Human Dx case

Dr. Brady Alling

Brady is a PGY 3 at Mercy Health in Muskegon, MI. Next year, he will be doing a fellowship in pulmonary & critical care in Colorado. His favorite thing about internal medicine is is the profound sense of accomplishment he feels when replacing electrolytes that are just slightly below the normal range.

Dr. Aaron Sabal

Aaron was born and raised in Westland, MI (Detroit metro area). He went to Wayne State University for my undergraduate studies thinking he would be a physical therapist, massage therapist, and dietitian (yes, all three of those). However, about one week prior to starting my massage therapy program, he had an epiphany and decided to go to medical school instead. He was fortunate to be accepted to MSUCOM and fell in love with Internal Medicine. His passions include all things medical. In particular, he is passionate about medical education, how best to help physicians learn, diagnostic reasoning, and creating an environment of learning where no one is afraid to express what they’re thinking. When he is not pursuing his love of learning, He is spending time with his wife and their boys (2 cats and a dog), playing with his animals, doing DIY home-improvement projects, exploring national parks, or reading a good non-medical book with a cat or dog in his lap begging for his love and attention.

Dr. Julia Burns

Julia is currently a geriatrics fellow at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan. She earned her undergraduate degree from Fairfield University. She then went on to obtain a master of science in biomedical sciences from New York Medical College followed by her medical degree at Albany Medical College. She completed her internal medicine residency at NYU Winthrop Hospital on Long Island. Her academic interests include medical student and resident education.