Loria Lepiz, Mauricio individual record
Clinical Associate Professor
overview

The majority of my teaching duties take place within the Anesthesia service, which provides anesthetic support to the Large Animal Hospital, Small Animal Hospital, and Diagnostic Imaging and Cancer Treatment Center. I lead small group rounds on basic and advanced topics in anesthesia with students and house officers, as well as one-on-one direction in hands-on application and troubleshooting of anesthetized patients of all species. My focus is on the principles of how to anesthetize, maintain and recover animals undergoing diagnostics and surgery for a wide variety of medical conditions. I also teach in related areas such as pain management, acid base balance, and cardiovascular and respiratory physiology. Formal course assignments include lecturing to 2VM and 3VM students, and most recently, serving as course coordinator for our primary anesthesia course (VSCS 930). As a native Spanish speaker, I also enjoyed serving as an instructor in our medical Spanish communication course. All activities listed in this section occur within the CVM at TAMU. All are required courses for the entire DVM class unless listed otherwise.

selected publications
Academic Articles14
  • Noyes, J. A., Keegan, R. D., Carbonneau, K. J., Lepiz, M. L., Rankin, D. C., & Matthew, S. M (2021). Evaluating a Multimodal Clinical Anesthesia Course Integrated Into an Existing Veterinary Curriculum.. Simul Healthc. 16(3), 177-184.
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  • Scott, E. M., Vallone, L. V., Olson, N. L., Han, G., Loria Lepiz, M. A., & Simon, B. T (2021). Analgesic effects of a retrobulbar block with 0.75% ropivacaine in dogs undergoing enucleation.. Vet Anaesth Analg. 48(5), 749-758.
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  • Ganugula, R., Arora, M., Lepiz, M. A., Niu, Y., Mallick, B. K., Pflugfelder, S. C., Scott, E. M., & Kumar, M (2020). Systemic anti-inflammatory therapy aided by double-headed nanoparticles in a canine model of acute intraocular inflammation.. Sci Adv. 6(35), eabb7878.
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  • Padgett, A. L., Lepiz, M. L., Mackay, E. E., Driskill, A. J., Ivanov, I. V., Fajt, V. R., ... Washburn, S. E. (2020). Comparison of analgesic efficacy and fetal effects between transdermal administration of fentanyl and intramuscular administration of buprenorphine in pregnant sheep.. Am J Vet Res. 81(7), 581-593.
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  • Whitehead, M. C., Hoppes, S. M., Musser, J., Perkins, J. L., & Lepiz, M. L (2019). The Use of Alfaxalone in Quaker Parrots (Myiopsitta monachus).. J Avian Med Surg. 33(4), 340-348.
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Conference Papers3
  • Scott, E. M., Ganugula, R., Arora, M., Lepiz, M. L., & Kumar, M (2020). Systemic anti-inflammatory therapy in a canine model of acute intraocular inflammation. INVESTIGATIVE OPHTHALMOLOGY & VISUAL SCIENCE. 61(7),
  • Fontenot, L. R., Carstens, G. E., Lepiz, M., Washburn, K., & Hardy, J (2019). 112 Effects of experimentally-induced hypoxemia on hemodynamics and blood gases, and the performance of pulse oximeters in cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 97(Supplement_1), 41-41.
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  • Fontenot, L. R., Carstens, G. E., Lepiz, M., Washburn, K., & Hardy, J (2019). 26 Effects of experimentally-induced hypoxemia on hemodynamics and blood gases, and the performance of pulse oximeters in cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 97(Supplement_1), 20-21.
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Email
mllepiz@tamu.edu
First Name
Mauricio
Last Name
Loria Lepiz
mailing address
Texas A&M University; Vet Med Small Animal Medicine & Surgery; 4474 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4474
USA