Iain Keir, BVMS, DACVECC

I am currently a Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Center for Critical Care Nephrology, Dept Critical Care Medicine, University of Pittsburgh.  Our Center is involved in investigating the mechanisms of sepsis induced AKI, effects of fluid therapy in sepsis and the use of disruptive technologies in sepsis. We are also investigating the utility of randomized controlled trials in the laboratory setting with the hope of expanding this into the clinic floor.

I perform clinical duties as a criticalist at Allegheny Veterinary Emergency, Trauma and Specialty (AVETS), Pittsburgh, PA. I have publish numerous collaborative studies on the use of high flow oxygen therpay in dogs with severe hypoxia.

I graduated from the University of Glasgow, School of Veterinary Medicine, in 2004.  I complete my ECC residency in 2011 at the Royal Veterinary College, London; becoming ACVECC boarded the same year. 

Sessions

333 - Persistent Post-Operative Regurgitation and Septic Peritonitis Post Urethral Obstruction
Friday, September 15, 2017 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM