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Julie Schildt

VCS Faculty Schildt Julie

Assistant Clinical Professor

DVM, University of Missouri-Columbia (2004)

Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship, University of Minnesota Veterinary (2004-2005)

Residency in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Michigan State University (2005-2008)

Research Interests

  • Decontamination of the poisoned patient, canine idiopathic epilepsy, pharmacologic options for management of acute seizures in dogs, canine trauma

Teaching Interests

  • Toxicology, neonatal critical care

Clinical Interests

  • Treatment of the acutely poisoned patient; hemorrhage and transfusion medicine; management of post-operative patients, treatment of acute renal failure, electrolyte disorders

Selected Publications

  1. Schildt J, Jutkowitz LA, Beal MW, Poppenga R, Koenigshof AM, Hauptman JG. Effect of activated charcoal alone versus emesis and activated charcoal on carprofen absorption following experimental overdose in dogs. J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2009; 19(s1): A6.
  2. Schildt JC, Jutkowitz LA, Beal MW. Potpourri oil toxicity in cats: 6 cases (2000-2007). J Vet Emerg Crit Care 2008; 18(5): 511–516.
  3. Schildt J, Jutkowitz LA. Approach to Poisoning and Drug Overdose. In Hopper K, Silverstein (eds.)
  4. Saunders Manual of Critical Care for Dogs and Cats. Elsevier Publishing, 2008.


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