Eric de Madron, DMV, DACVIM (Cardiology), DECVIM (Internal Medicine)

Dr. Eric de Madron is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Cardiology and the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in Internal Medicine. Dr. de Madron has extensive expertise in interventional cardiology (pacemakers, balloon valvulopasties and trans-catheter PDA occlusions), and interventional radiology (placement of tracheal stents for the palliative treatment of tracheal collapse). Dr. de Madron began his North American career as a cardiologist / internist at the DMV Veterinary Centre in Montreal, Quebec, then continued in Ottawa, Ontario, at the Alta Vista Animal Hospital for 16 years. His main clinical interests are prevention and management of congestive heart failure,management of systemic hypertension, interventional cardiology and radiology (with a special interest for tracheal collapse in dogs) Dr. de Madron has published over 30 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, he has been a co-author in several textbooks, and has written an interactive CD about blood pressure measurement and management in dogs and cats (Lifelearn,2007). He is the editor and co-author of the textbook, "Clinical Echocardiography in Dogs and Cats", Elsevier, 2015.

Julia Treseder, MS, DVM, DACVIM (Cardiology)

Dr. Julia Treseder grew up in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, DC and earned her Bachelor’s degree in biochemistry from Dartmouth College. After college, she studied at the Royal Veterinary College in London for two years. She obtained her veterinary degree from the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and then completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Louisiana State University. Dr. Treseder began her cardiology training with a one-year specialty internship at Auburn University and then completed a cardiology residency at Oregon State University. She has a particular interest in optimal medical management of heart failure, congenital heart disease, and interventional cardiology. Her other interests include running, hiking, traveling, and swimming in the ocean.

Stephanie Tomasino

Stephanie attended University of Connecticut and graduated with an Associate’s degree in Animal Science and a Bachelor’s degree in Health & Society. She started her career in 2012 as a veterinary technician assistant at VCA Cheshire and became an ICU technician in 2013. Stephanie joined our team in 2014 as an overnight ICU technician and became our lead cardiology technician in 2016.

Conditions a Veterinary Cardiologist May Evaluate and Treat

Coughing, Heart Murmurs, Breathing Problems, Heart Defects, Irregular Heart Rhythms, High Blood Pressure, Heart Disease

Why Has My Veterinarian Recommended My Pet See a Cardiologist?

Just like humans, animals can be born with or develop a number of conditions that affect the heart, lungs and circulatory system. Some of these disorders may be specific to certain breeds of cat or dog, while others may be due to aging. Some develop secondary to other diseases. When your veterinarian has identified a condition affecting your pet's heart, lungs or blood vessels he/she may feel it can best be addressed by the expertise of a cardiologist. The cardiologist will not replace your veterinarian but rather become a part of your pet's veterinary health care team.

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Our Cardiology Service Provides:
Echocardiography Holter Monitoring
Electrocardiography Cardiac Catheterization and Angiography
OFA Screening of Congenital Heart Disease Interventional Cardiology
Event Monitoring Radiography and Fluoroscopy
Management of Routine and Emergent Cardiac Disease Management of Systemic and Pulmonary Hypertension
Pacemaker Implementation