Department: Clinical Science and Services

Campus: Hawkshead

Clinical Groups: Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care

Erica graduated from Melbourne University in 2008 and spent one year in a general small animal practice before completing an internship at the Animal Referral Hospital in Sydney. She then worked at the University of Melbourne teaching hospital as a clincial tutor and went on to complete her residency in small animal emergency and critical care at the same institution, obtaining DipACVECC status in 2017.

Erica is part of the Emergency Referrals and Critical Care services and the transfusion medicine service. She is particularly interested in cardio-respiratory emergencies, trauma, transfusion medicine and critically ill patients with sepsis. 

  • Tinson. E. Davies. M, Boller. E. A suspected case of intermediate syndrome in a dog with carbamate toxicosis. Aust Vet J. 2017 Jun;95(6):201-206

  • Tinson E, Boller E. Pancreatitis: Chapter 86. A book chapter in Textbook of Small Animal Emergency Medicine. Edited by Kenneth J. Drobatz, Kate Hopper, Elizabeth Rozanski and Deborah C. Silverstein. 

  • Tinson. E, Cook. Simon. Supporting the intoxicated veterinary patient (part 2): Toxicants affecting the neurological and cardiovascular systems. In Practice Jan/Feb 2020. P27-38

  • Humm. K, Tinson. E. Supporting the intoxicated patient: toxicants affecting the haematological and renal systemsIn Practice May 2020. p1-10.

  • Birkbeck. R, Greensmith. T, Humm. K, Tinson. E, Anaphylaxis causing haemabdomen in four dogs. Veterinary record case reports. Vol 7 (1), 2019. 

  • Seo J, Spalla I, Porterio Vazques DM, Fuentes VL, Tinson E, Connolly D. Rhythm disturbances associated with lidocaine administration in four dogs with supraventricular tachyarrhythmias. JVECC 2021, 32 (1), pp106-112. 

  • Camacho. F, Stewart. S, Tinson. E. Successful management of suspected acorn (Quercus Lithocarpus) toxicity in a dog. 01 Jun 2021, 62(6):581-585

  • Cole L, Hardas A, Priestnall S, Tinson E. Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome in a cat with Klebsiella spp. infection. JVECC 2021, 31 (4), pp531-536

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