Rap singer’s rap career takes a dramatic turn as she’s rushed to hospital

Rapid acting insulin is the first of several medicines that will be administered by nurses at the Royal Adelaide Hospital.

The drugs will be given to some patients over the next three weeks, and they will be monitored for side effects.

Rap artist Kaitlyn Mathers has been rushed to the hospital after a fall.

Dr Paul Schmitt, who runs the hospital’s emergency department, said the rapper had fallen while performing at a gig in Melbourne.

“He was having a really bad fall and he had a large gash over his lip,” Dr Schmitt said.

“It’s not a huge amount of blood, so he’s not bleeding profusely.”

We do a lot of other drugs and it’s not uncommon for a person to have to take one of these drugs in the morning when they go to the doctor and get a prescription.

“But when he comes to the emergency department and starts to show symptoms, it’s actually quite an unusual situation.”

Dr Schmitt has advised patients that if they have a medical condition, they should avoid strenuous activities for a few days to help reduce the risk of further complications.

“I would say that you can avoid that by taking one of the drugs,” he said.

‘Not really a major shock’ for KaitynMs Mather is expected to be discharged in a few hours.

Her manager said she was in stable condition but was being treated for a serious head injury.

The rapper is one of many who have been rushed for a fall at concerts.

Several celebrities have also been forced to leave events due to safety concerns, including Justin Bieber, Alicia Keys and Britney Spears.