#120: Electrolyte Complications with Dr. Dennis Gibson
IN THIS EPISODE
Dr. Dennis Gibson is a certified eating disorders specialist and serves as the Medical Director at The ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders & Severe Malnutrition at Denver Health. Dr. Gibson completed his undergraduate training at Albion College in Michigan and earned his medical degree at Southern Illinois University. He completed his internal medicine residency at the University of South Florida and is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Gibson is a valued member of the ACUTE team and has an advanced background in psychology and medicine which has led him to specialize in eating disorders and the resultant medical complications. He has a significant number of publications discussing the various medical complications associated with malnutrition and is constantly thinking up new research projects on the ACUTE unit.
We discuss topics including:
- What electrolytes can be normal?
- What is SIDAH?
- Understanding low sodium levels and high sodium levels
- The role of Aldosterone
- Understanding low potassium levels
- Understanding low magnesium levels
- The role of phosphorous
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