Dr Louis Eramanis

Resident in Emergency and Critical Care

Louis completed his studies in 2012 at Murdoch University, Perth whilst working at a referral emergency and critical care practice. After a year as a general practice veterinarian in a busy hospital in the beautiful coastal town of Busselton, Western Australia, he set his sights back on ECC. He worked for two years at Western Australian Veterinary Emergency and Specialty (WAVES) in the emergency and intensive care service alongside specialists in their field, further exposing him to specialty veterinary medicine. He eventually made his way across the world to undertake a small animal clinical training scholarship (internship) at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals at the Royal Veterinary College in London. Once he returned to home soil, he took up the Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care residency here at U-Vet, where he can be found either in the ICU or working on his research endeavours.

A high-intensity emergency room gets Louis’ adrenaline pumping. He has an interest in trauma, snake envenomation, neurology, and the use of ultrasound in the emergency room and critical care. His masters research is characterising the venom-induced consumption coagulopathy syndrome in snake envenomation.

Back home in Perth, Louis has two cats (Saphira and Nymphadora Tonks), and the friendliest 30kg dog named Beau. He likes anything technology, so if he’s not writing records or working on his masters on his MacBook, he’s probably watching Game of Thrones, Stranger Things or The Block! On his downtime, he’s usually found being a tourist and exploring everything Melbourne has to offer!

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