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Emmanuel K. Kyereme-Tuah, MBChB

Academic Title:

Assistant Professor

Primary Appointment:


Education and Training

Medical School - University Of Science and Technology School Of Medical Sciences Graduated 1997

Residency - Categorical Internal Medicine at  St Barnabas Hospital Bronx NY Graduated 2005

Fellowship - Critical Care Medicine at Geisinger Medical Center graduated 2016


Internist and intensivist with a passion for medical education, Interested in crtical care ultrasonography and evidence based medicine.

Areas of research interest biomarkers in sepsis and use of alternatives to lactic acid

Current research project Acute kidney injury and risk in obese patinents in and Intensive care unit setting

Research/Clinical Keywords

Kyereme-Tuah et al, Gastric Residual Volume – An intervention to decrease and stop routine measurements, Abstract- Geisinger 2016 Fellows and Residents research day/ Accepted to SCCM 2017

Highlighted Publications

Author of Chapter in coming 5th edition of Civetta, Taylor and Kirby's Critical Care .
Contributor to SCCM FCCS Tropical Diseases.
Kyereme-Tuah E et al, A unique case of inhaled mushroom poisoning presenting as a sudden onset of acute respiratory distress syndrome ARDS, Abstract -ATS 2015 International Conference

Research Interests

Non Invasive Hemodynamic monitoring

Critical Care Ultrasonography and Echocardiography

Mechanical Ventilation

Awards and Affiliations

2 Golden Apple Teaching Awards for excellence 2011 and 2012