C. Sharp

Murdoch University School of Veterinary Medicine
Dr Claire Sharp is specialist and senior lecturer in small animal emergency and critical care in the School of Veterinary Medicine at Murdoch University. Claire originally obtained her veterinary degree from Murdoch in 2002, after which her rotating internship was at Oklahoma State University, followed by an ECC internship, residency, and MS degree at the University of Missouri. Following completion of her specialty training Claire was on faculty at Tufts University for 6 years before returning to Perth. Claire’s special interests include trauma, sepsis, coagulation, biomarkers, haematology, and transfusion medicine.

Author Of 5 Presentations

Novel transfusion products; refrigerated plasma, platelet transfusions and more

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12:02 PM - 12:24 PM
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Intravenous lipid emulsion for toxicities in dogs.

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12:24 PM - 12:46 PM
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Anticoagulation – who, when and how?

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09:02 AM - 09:47 AM
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Antifibrinolytics – What is the evidence?

Lecture Time
09:47 AM - 10:32 AM
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State-Of-The-Art: Updates on IMHA diagnosis and treatment; incorporating new guidelines

Lecture Time
11:17 AM - 12:02 PM
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Presenter Of 5 Presentations

Intravenous lipid emulsion for toxicities in dogs.

Lecture Time
12:24 PM - 12:46 PM
Presenter

Anticoagulation – who, when and how?

Lecture Time
09:02 AM - 09:47 AM
Presenter

Antifibrinolytics – What is the evidence?

Lecture Time
09:47 AM - 10:32 AM
Presenter

State-Of-The-Art: Updates on IMHA diagnosis and treatment; incorporating new guidelines

Lecture Time
11:17 AM - 12:02 PM
Presenter

Novel transfusion products; refrigerated plasma, platelet transfusions and more

Lecture Time
12:02 PM - 12:24 PM
Presenter