Anthony Guynes MD is a Clinical Instructor of Emergency Medicine at the University of Washington Northwest Campus in Seattle Washington. Dr. Guynes attended medical school at University of Washington School of Medicine and completed emergency medicine residency at Maricopa Medical Center in Phoenix AZ. He is an Advanced Trauma Life Support instructor. Dr. Guynes started at Northwest in 2018. He is a member of the Gold Humanism Honor Society, is a former minister, and enjoys spending his free time with his wife and four kids.
See below for recent publications:
Quan, Dan; Guynes, Anthony. Acute thyrotoxicosis factitia: thyrotoxicosis secondary to acute overdose of exogenous T3 and T4. Critical Care Medicine. 2016 Dec; 497.
Guynes, Anthony, MD, and Quan, Dany, DO, eds. Ciguatera, Camphor, Common Jellyfish Stings. Emergency Medicine, PEPID, v 16.3. November 2015. http://www.pepid.com/emergency-medicine/
Hong BJ, Delaney M, Guynes A, Warner P, McMullan DM, Kemna MS, Boucek RJ, Law YM. Human leukocyte antigen sensitization in pediatric patients exposed to mechanical circulatory support. ASAIO Journal. 2014 May-Jun;60(3):317-21
Guynes A, Delaney M, McMullan DM, Townsend-McCall D, Kemna M, Boucek R, Law YM. ABO blood group antibody levels in infants exposed to mechanical circulatory support. ASAIO Journal. 2014 Nov-Dec;60(6):737-9.