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  Home > Divisions > Anesthesia > Angie Jimenez
 

Angie Jimenez

Assistant Clinical Professor

mjimenez@umn.edu

Education

University of Barcelona, Spain, DVM, 1999
Official Veterinary Surgeon Certificate Course, Langford University, Bristol, England, 2000
Junior Clinical Training Scholarship in Veterinary Anaesthesia (internship), Royal Veterinary College of London, 2004
Senior Clinical Training Scholarship in Veterinary Anaesthesia (residency), Royal Veterinary College of London, 2007
Roycal College of Veterinary Surgeons certificate in Veterinary Anaesthesia, Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons, 2006
European Diploma in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia achieved in December 2010, European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (ECVAA)

Memberships

  • Member of Roycal College of Veterinary Surgeons
  • Member of European College of Veterinary Anaesthetists
  • Member of Anaesthetists Veterinary Association

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Awards and Honors

 

Publications

  1. Jimenez Lozano A., Palacios Jimenez C , “Anestesia para el paciente endocrino” (Chapter of anaesthesia monographic in Spanish Veterinary journal) Canis et Felis, Volume 97, April 2009, pages 6-21
  2. Jimenez Lozano, A., Brodbelt, D.C., Armitage-Chan, E., Borer K., Clarke. K.W., and Alibhai, H. “Times and quality of recovery comparison of isoflurane, sevoflurane and desflurane in dogs undergoing anaesthesia for magnetic resonance imaging” Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, May 2009, Volume 36, Issue 3, Pages 220-229
  3. Psatha E., Alibhai H., Jimenez Lozano A., Armitage-Chan E., Brodbelt D.C. “Clinical efficacy and cardiorespiratory effects of alfaxolone or diazepam/fentanyl for induction of anaesthesia in dogs that are a poor anaesthetic risk” Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, January 2011, Volume 38, Issue 1, 24-36

 

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