Lindsey Culp Snyder
Department of Surgical Sciences
- Master of Science2004, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.Residency in Anesthesia2004, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship2001, California Animal Hospital, Los Angeles, CA.Doctor of Veterinary Medicine2000, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.Bachelor of Science, Biology1996, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS.
Infraorbital dental nerve blocks with mepivacaine decrease the anesthetic requirement of isoflurane in dogs undergoing dental procedures.
Colloid oncotic pressure for anesthetized horses with and without intravenous hetastarch administration. University of
A pharmacokinetic investigation of epidural morphine/lidocaine and an intravenous constant rate infusion of morphine, lidocaine and ketamine (MLK) in combination in dogs undergoing tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO). University of
A comparison of the analgesic efficacy of epidural morphine/lidocaine and an intravenous constant rate infusion of morphine, lidocaine and ketamine (MLK) in combination in dogs undergoing tibial plateau leveling osteotomy (TPLO).
Ultrasound-guided transversus abdominis plane block in the dog: An anatomical evaluation. University of Wisconsin –
Evaluation of the analgesic efficacy of the transversus abdominis plane (TAP) block in canine abdominal surgeries.
Responsible for training veterinary students in clinical veterinary anesthesia and providing anesthesia and pain management to our clinical caseload.
My interests focus on analgesia and pain managment in the clinical setting. More specifically, I am interested in the multiple uses of local anesthetics for analgesic purposes as well as incorporating acupuncture to analgesic plans for patients.
Training two Residents in Anesthesia: Odette O & Martin Kennedy
938-634 Small Animal Practice Laboratory
938-646 Veterinary Anesthesiology
938-743 Advanced Anesthesiology and Critical Care
938-545 Fundamentals of Anesthesiology I
938-546 Fundamentals of Anesthesiology II
938-544 Fundamentals of Surgery
623-675 Small Animal Critical Care
623-675 Clinical Therapeutics in Companion Animals
938-675 Equine Elective
938-675 Bovine Surgery Lab
623-570 Health, History and Physical Examination
623-675 Introduction to the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital II
623-675 The Art of Clinical Communication
Snyder CJ and Snyder LBC. Infraorbital dental nerve blocks with mepivacaine decrease the anesthetic requirement of isoflurane in dogs undergoing dental procedures. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Vol 242, No 2: 199 – 204, 2013.
Snyder LBC & Wendt-