Nathaniel Kapaldo

Mike Apley

Assistant Professor, Anesthesiology

DVM, MPH, DACVAA
785-532-5690
kapaldo@vet.k-state.edu

Education/Professional Training:

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University
  • Master of Public Health; Infectious and Zoonotic Diseases, Kansas State University
  • Residency: Kansas State University; Anesthesia & Analgesia
  • Internship: The Animal Medical Center; Small Animal Rotating Intern
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania

Teaching

  • Clinical Anesthesia (4th year)
  • Veterinary Surgery I (3rd year)

Research

  • Urine partial pressure of oxygen as a marker for acute kidney injury
  • Comparative regional analgesia techniques and pain physiology
  • Sustainability in anesthesia practice
  • Perioperative teaching environment and methods of veterinary student/nurse instruction

Clinical

Broad clinical interests involving autonomic and respiratory physiology as they relate to veterinary anesthetic patients. The development and instruction of regional ultrasound guided analgesic techniques. Improving the peri-/intraoperative standard of care for veterinary anesthetic patients.

Selected Publications