Tom Greensmith

Tom graduated from the Royal Veterinary College (RVC) in 2010, and after 4 years in a busy emergency practice and a one year internship undertook his residency at the RVC. He obtained his Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2018, along with a Masters degree in Veterinary Medicine the same year. Following his residency Tom became the Cardiothoracic Perfusion Fellow at the Queen Mother Hospital for Animals (RVC) where he learnt to perform cardiopulmonary bypass to facilitate open heart surgery. Tom is currently a lecturer in emergency and critical care, as well as clinical lead in acute post-operative cardiothoracic critical care and active in providing extracorporeal therapies of all types. His main interests include the bedside application of physiologic principles, critical care controversies, advanced blood gas acid base analysis, mechanical ventilation and all extracorporeal therapies (including cardiopulmonary bypass, haemodialysis and therapeutic plasma exchange).