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Dr. Anthony F. Kirkpatrick

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Chairman

RSD Foundation
1910 East Busch Boulevard
Tampa, Florida 33612
United States

Company Description: The RSD / CRPS Treatment Center and Research Institute in Tampa, Florida is dedicated exclusively to RSD / CRPS. It is the world's first institute of its kind. The...   more
Background

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

Education

  • M.D.
  • Ph.D.
  • MD
  • PhD
  • MD PhD
  • PhD.
  • PhD degree , pharmacology
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www.rsdfoundation.org, 3 Oct 2014 [cached]
Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, M.D., Ph.D. Treasurer

www.rsdhealthcare.org, 16 May 2014 [cached]
After nearly twenty years of dedicated service to the University of South Florida College of Medicine in Tampa, Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, MD, PhD, left to establish the RSD / CRPS Treatment Center and Research Institute, the world's first institute of its kind, dedicated exclusively to RSD / CRPS.
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Dr. Kirkpatrick has devoted his life to the fight against RSD. He has been the recipient of awards from Florida Governors Jeb Bush and Bob Martinez, and from several Deans of the College of Medicine for his accomplishments while at USF. In 2002, the Dean recognized his service and gave him an award for being an "outstanding employee who exemplifies the work ethic and commitment that has helped to make the College of Medicine and the Health Science Center a success".
In 2001 Dr. Kirkpatrick established The International Research Foundation for RSD / CRPS. He has had the honor of serving as the Chairman of the Foundation's distinguished Scientific Advisory Committee since its inception. His duties for the Foundation have included conducting clinical research, educating and advising patients who elect to participate in clinical studies, and providing special treatments for RSD / CRPS research subjects.
Some of these treatments, such as conscious sedation with ketamine IV infusions, are critical and not readily available elsewhere in the USA.
Patients who fail to receive this treatment are likely to suffer an acute exacerbation of unbearable pain due to RSD / CRPS. Additionally, there are children who suffer from RSD /CRPS and receive treatments that are only available through Dr. Kirkpatrick.
Dr. Kirkpatrick has also devoted significant efforts to educating physicians worldwide on RSD / CRPS and has led the Foundation's fund raising efforts.
Chapter 5
www.understandingpower.com [cached]
"We always talk about Fidel Castro killing people," said Dr. Anthony Kirkpatrick, an anesthesiologist at the University of South Florida who co-authored an article on Cuba's health crisis to be published in October in the Journal of the Florida Medical Association. "Well, the fact is that we are killing people. A second report scheduled in the October issue of the journal Neurology cites the U.S. embargo for exacerbating the most alarming public health crisis in Cuba in recent memory. In the past two years, according to the study's author, Dr. Gustavo Roman, the former chief of neuro-epidemiology at the National Institutes of Health, U.S. restrictions on food, medicine and access to up-to-date medical databases, have helped to encourage the spread of a rare neurological disease that has stricken more than 60,000 Cubans, leaving 200 legally blind. The disease, an optic nerve disorder last observed in tropical prison camps in Southeast Asia in World War II, is caused by a combination of poor diet, scarcity of the vitamin thiamine, high consumption of sugar and overexertion.
See also, Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, "Role of the U.S.A. in shortage of food and medicine in Cuba," The Lancet (London), Vol. 348, No. 9040, November 30, 1996, pp.
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Anthony] Moreno said.

www.rsdfoundation.org, 7 Feb 2006 [cached]
The study will be led by Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, MD, Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine and Director of the Pain Management Center at the University of South Florida in Tampa.
I see between 200 and 300 new patients with RSD each year, Dr. Kirkpatrick said.
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If the safety factors look acceptable, said Dr. Kirkpatrick, we'll do seven more. The cost to each patient will be $25,000, slightly less than the estimated $30,000 in total costs for patients traveling to Germany, he said.
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Dr. Anthony Kirkpatrick: I've referred so many patients for the treatment in Germany that it reached a point where I had to prove it to myself, using our standards of scientific proof.
Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy (RSD) Foundation
www.rsdfoundation.org, 1 Jan 2003 [cached]
Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, M.D., Ph.D. Editor Department of Anesthesiology University of South Florida
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Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, M.D., Ph.D.
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Dr. Anthony F. Kirkpatrick, Chairman of the Scientific Advisory Committee, contributed a section to the Clinical Practice Guidelines that focuses on how patients can determine the effectiveness of treatments for RSD/CRPS.
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