Dr. Miranda Buseman’s career began with an undergraduate degree in Animal Science at Iowa State University. She continued her education at Iowa State University to obtain her Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine (DVM). It was here that she found her love of emergency medicine and followed that path to Chicago, where she completed a small animal rotating internship with Premier Veterinary Group.
Finding herself wanting to learn, grow, and continue to provide the best care for her patients – she continued her path of advanced training by going back to Iowa State University for a specialty internship and subsequent residency in Emergency and Critical Care. She has a special interest in polytrauma, sepsis, coagulopathies, and hospice care. Additionally, she cares deeply about preserving and enhancing the human-animal bond with her patient’s families and ensuring their comfort.
- Successful management of severe carprofen toxicity with manual therapeutic plasma exchange in a dog, Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, 08 Mayy 2022, Read Here
- Admission total solids as a predictor of red blood cell transfusion requirement in dogs diagnosed with traumatic and non-traumatic hemoabdomen: 90 dogs (2009-2019), Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, Pending Final Publication.
- Retrospective evaluation of complications associated with surgically placed gastrostomy tubes in dogs (2010-2020), Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, Pending Final Publication.
- Approach to the Acute Abdomen, Book Chapter – Canine Emergency & Critical Care Medicine, Pending Final Publication.
Born to Ride
In her spare time, Dr. Buseman enjoys taking her dog on hikes, photography, and playing video and board games with her partner and friends. She loves spending time with her family, trying new things, and traveling. When able, she also enjoys riding her motorcycle.