Daisy Norgate - Contributor Profile

Bio

Daisy graduated from The Royal Veterinary College in 2012 and then spent two and a half years in mixed practice in Staffordshire dealing with all species. Following her time in first opinion practice, she completed a one-year anaesthesia internship at the Small Animal Teaching Hospital of the University of Liverpool based in the Wirral, Cheshire.

Following this, Daisy then embarked on a career solely in anaesthesia and analgesia and started a three-year anaesthesia residency programme at the Royal Veterinary College, London in July 2016. During the residency, she developed specific interests in airway management under anaesthesia, analgesia and management of cardiovascularly compromised patients requiring surgery.

Daisy joined Fitzpatrick Referrals as an anaesthetist in July 2019.

She sat and passed the written part of her Diploma exams in November 2020 and will hopefully become a European Boarded Diplomat in Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia once she has taken the final exam later this year (2021).

Published Papers

  • Norgate, D., Nicholls, D., Geddes, R., Dawson, C., Adami, C., (2021 – IN PRESS). Comparison of two protocols for insulin administration and fasting time in diabetic dogs anaesthetised for phacoemulsification: a prospective clinical trial. Vet Record.
  • Norgate, D., Foster, A., Dunkel, B., Spiro, S., & Veres Nyeki, K., (2019) Clinical features, anaesthetic management and perioperative complications seen in three horses with pheochromocytoma. Veterinary Record Case Reports, doi:10.1136/vetreccr-2018-000744
  • Norgate, D., Ter Haar, G., Kulendra, N., & Veres Nyeki, KO., (2018) A comparison of the effect of propofol and alfaxalone on laryngeal motion in nonbrachycephalic and brachycephalic dogs. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia, 45, 729-736. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.vaa.2018.06.013
  • Norgate, D., & Pelligand, L., (2018) Emergency intraoperative transcutaneous pacing in a dog undergoing a high-pressure balloon inflation to relieve severe subaortic stenosis. Veterinary Record Case Reports, doi:10.1136/vetreccr- 2017-000451
  • Norgate, D., & Palacios Jimenez, C., (2017) A rare complication associated with the endotracheal tube during extubation in a cat. Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia. 44, 1401-1403. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.vaa.2017.04.008
  • Norgate, D., & Bruniges, N., (2016) Suspected anaphylaxis following intravenous amoxicillin clavulanate administration under general anaesthesia in nine dogs. Veterinary Record Case Reports, doi:10.1136/vetreccr-2016- 000295

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