Jerneja Sredenšek graduated as a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana. After completing her studies, she gained clinical experience as a volunteer at the Small Animal Clinic of the Veterinary Faculty, and after that she was employed as a veterinarian in private veterinary clinics in Slovenia and Germany.
During her studies she developed a passion for anesthesia, which in the first years after graduation only intensified. Jerneja Sredenšek has opted for a specialization program at ECVAA (European College of Anaesthesia and Analgesia). She started her specialization at the University of Lyon, France, and continues at the University of Vienna, Austria, under the mentorship of Mag. Nina Gasparik-Küls, DVM, Dipl. ECVAA. She is currently employed as an anesthetist at the Department of Anesthesiology of the Small Animal Clinic of the Veterinary Faculty, University of Ljubljana. In addition to clinical work with patients, she is also interested in clinical research and in the field of animal protection and welfare.
In her spare time she likes to spend time in the nature with her dog Nejka, with whom she is also active in the Slovenian Rescue Dogs Unit.
- Comparison of high definition oscillometric and Doppler ultrasonic devices for measuring blood pressure in anaesthetised cats
- Comparison of high definition oscillometric and Doppler ultrasound devices with invasive blood pressure in anaesthetized dogs
- Evaluation of oscillometric blood pressure monitor BLT M9000 VET in anaesthetised healthy adult dogs
- Case Report: Intoxication in a Pig (Sus Scrofa Domesticus) After Transdermal Fentanyl Patch Ingestion
- Performance of the Parasympathetic Tone Activity (PTA) index to predict changes in mean arterial pressure in anaesthetized horses with different health conditions
- Evaluation of the sublingual microcirculation with sidestream dark field video microscopy in horses anesthetized for an elective procedure or intestinal surgery
- Respiratory response to finger clamping in dogs under general anesthesia: A descriptive pilot study