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Serge Chalhoub

Position: 

Instructor
Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences (VCDS)

Contact Information: 

+1 (403) 220-2508
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schalhou@ucalgary.ca

Biography: 

Born and raised in Montreal, Dr. Chalhoub completed a Bsc. In Honours Biology at Bishop's University in Lennoxville, QC. He was then admitted to the Faculté de médecine vétérinaire at the Université de Montréal and completed his DVM and internship at this university. Dr. Chalhoub then practiced in Montreal as an emergency doctor for two years at the DMV Centre before moving to New York City to pursue a residency in small animal internal medicine at the Animal Medical Center. Once completed, he became their first ever nephrology/urology fellow and was trained in advanced urinary procedures, dialysis, and interventional medicine. After being a staff doctor and supervising students, interns, and residents for a year, he moved to Charleston, SC where he continued to be an internal medicine clinician.

Research / Scholarly Activities: 

Clinical nephrology/urology and interventional medicine

 

Publications:

Chalhoub, S; Langston, C; Farrelly, J. The Use of Darbepoetin to Stimulate Erythropoiesis in Anemia of Chronic Kidney Disease in Cats: 25 Cases. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2012; 23(2): 363-369.

Chalhoub, S; Langston, C; Eatroff, A. Anemia of renal disease: what it is, what to do, and what’s new. Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery 2011; 13(9): 629-640.

Chalhoub, S; Langston, C. Managing anemia in patients with CKD. Veterinary Medicine 2011; 106 (5): 236-241.

Chalhoub, S; Langston, C; Poeppel, K. Vascular access for extracorporeal renal replacement therapy in veterinary patients. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 2011; 41(1): 147-161

Poeppel, K; Langston, C; Chalhoub, S. Equipment commonly used in veterinary renal replacement therapy. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Small Animal Practice 2011; 41(1): 177-191.

Langston, C, Chalhoub, S. Dealing with kidney disease in pets. HealthyPet Magazine, summer 2010: p.20-24.

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