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Steven E Epstein- DVM
Assistant Professor of Clinical
Surgical & Radiological Sciences

2112 Tupper Hall
Davis, CA 95616

+1 530 752 3413
seepstein@ucdavis.edu

   

Research Focus

Diagnostic testing in Emergency & Critical Care

Specialty Focus

Small Animal Emergency & Critical Care

Education

2000 BA&S Chemistry and Genetics, University of California, Davis, California
2004 DVM Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, California
2010 Residency Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care, University of California, Davis, VMTH

Licenses

State Licensure - California
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care

Active Research Grants

Co-Investigator, Bacterial population of canine skin preceding orthopedic procedures, Duane Robinson (Principal Investigator), CCAH

Principal Investigator, The effect of under-filled liquid tripotassium ethylendiaminetetraacetic acid (K3-EDTA) blood collection tubes on complete blood count parameters in healthy dogs, (Principal Investigator), CCAH

Principal Investigator, Influence on needle gauge used for venipuncture on coagulation parameters in cats., (Principal Investigator),

Most Recent 10 Publications

  • Steven E Epstein: Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns in Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs (2010-2013) 2015 Wong C, Epstein SE, Westropp JL Antimicrobial Susceptibility Patterns in Urinary Tract Infections in Dogs (2010-2013) Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine,
  • Steven E Epstein: Accuracy of potassium supplementation of fluids administered intravenously 2015 Hoehne S, Hopper K, Epstein SE Accuracy of potassium supplementation of fluids administered intravenously Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine,
  • Steven E Epstein: Incidence, severity and prognosis associated with hyponatremia in dogs and cats 2015 Ueda Y, Hopper K, Epstein SE Incidence, severity and prognosis associated with hyponatremia in dogs and cats Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine,
  • Steven E Epstein: Incidence, severity and prognosis associated with hypernatremia in dogs and cats 2015 Ueda Y, Hopper K, Epstein SE Incidence, severity and prognosis associated with hypernatremia in dogs and cats Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine,
  • Steven E Epstein: Assessment of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in 121 dogs and 30 cats at a university teaching hospital (2009-2012) 2014 McIntyre RL, Hopper K, Epstein SE Assessment of cardiopulmonary resuscitation in 121 dogs and 30 cats at a university teaching hospital (2009-2012) J Vet Emerg Crit Care,
  • Steven E Epstein: Resolution of anuric acute kidney injury in a dog with multiple organ dysfunction syndrome 2014 Hoareau GL, Epstein SE, Palm C, Ybarra W, Jandrey KE, Cowgill LD Resolution of anuric acute kidney injury in a dog with multiple organ dysfunction syndrome J Vet Emerg Crit Care,
  • Steven E Epstein: Acute enteral manganese intoxication with hepatic failure due to ingestion of a joint supplement overdose 2014 Borchers A, Epstein SE, Gindiciosi B, Cartoceti A, Puschner B Acute enteral manganese intoxication with hepatic failure due to ingestion of a joint supplement overdose ,
  • Steven E Epstein: Evaluation of acid-base disorders in dogs and cats presenting to an emergency room. Part 2: Comparison of anion gap, strong ion gap, and semiquantitative analysis 2014 Hopper K, Epstein SE, Kass PH, Mellema MS Evaluation of acid-base disorders in dogs and cats presenting to an emergency room. Part 2: Comparison of anion gap, strong ion gap, and semiquantitative analysis J Vet Emerg Crit Care,
  • Steven E Epstein: Evaluation of acid-base disorders in dogs and cats presenting to an emergency room. Part 1: Comparison of three methods of acid-base analysis 2014 Hopper K, Epstein SE, Kass PH, Mellema MS Evaluation of acid-base disorders in dogs and cats presenting to an emergency room. Part 1: Comparison of three methods of acid-base analysis J Vet Emerg Crit Care,
  • Steven E Epstein: The effect of Hetastarch 670/0.75 administered in vivo as a constant rate infusion on platelet closure time in the dog 2014 Helmbold KA, Mellema MS, Hopper K, Epstein SE The effect of Hetastarch 670/0.75 administered in vivo as a constant rate infusion on platelet closure time in the dog J Vet Emerg Crit Care,

Most Recent 5 Book Chapters

2014 Epstein SE: Chapter 103: Multidrug-Resistant Infections, Silverstein DC, Hopper K, (ed), Textbook of Small Animal Critical Care, 2nd edition, St. Louis, MO. 537-540.

2014 Epstein SE: Chapter 37: Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia, Silverstein DC, Hopper K, (ed), Textbook of Small Animal Critical Care, 2nd edition, St. Louis, MO. 199-203.

2014 Epstein SE: Chapter 34: Care of the Ventilator Patient, Silverstein DC, Hopper K, (ed), Textbook of Small Animal Critical Care, 2nd edition, St. Louis, MO. 185-190.

2013 Sykes J, Epstein SE: Chapter 86: Infections of the cardiovascular system, Sykes J, (ed), Canine and Feline Infectious Diseases, St. Louis, MO. 830-846.