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Darcy Adin

Assistant Professor
Cardiology
North Carolina State University
United States of America

Biography

Dr. Adin received her DVM from Cornell University in 1996. She completed a rotating internship at VCA South Shore Animal Hospital in 1997 and a cardiology residency at the University of California, Davis in 1999 with ACVIM board certification in Cardiology in 2000. Dr. Adin has held positions in both academic and private specialty practice prior to joining the cardiology team at NC State. Her clinical research interests include investigating new treatment options for congestive heart failure, and exploring the use of biomarkers for detection and management of heart disease. Outside of the office, she enjoys spending time with her family and gardening.

Research Interest

Novel treatment options for congestive heart failure, Feline cardiomyopathies, The use of biomarkers for the detection and treatment of heart disease

Publications

  • Cardiac troponin I concentrations in normal dogs and cats using a bedside analyzer.Adin DB, Milner RJ, Berger KD, Engel C, Salute M. | J Vet Card 2005:7(1);27-32.

  • Assessment of noninvasive cardiac output measurement by partial carbon dioxide rebreathing or two-dimensional echocardiography by comparison to the lithium dilution method in anesthetized neonatal foals.Giguere S, Bucki E, Adin DB, Valverde A, Estrada AH. | J Vet Intern Med, 2005:19(5);737-43.

  • Echocardiographic estimation of systemic systolic blood pressure in dogs with mild mitral regurgitation.Tou SP, Adin DB. | J Vet Intern Med 2006:20(5);1127-31.

  • Comparison of canine cardiac troponin I concentrations as determined by 3 different analyzers.Adin DB, Oyama MA, Sleeper MM, Milner RJ. | J Vet Intern Med, 2006:20(5);1136-42.

  • Cardiac evaluation of Grevy¬ís zebras (Equus grevyi).Adin DB, Maisenbacher H, Ojeda N, Fiorello C, Estrada AH, Prosek R. | Am J Vet Res, 2007:68(2);148-152.

  • Papill215-225.ary muscle measurements in cats with normal echocardiograms and cats with left ventricular hypertrophy.Adin DB, Diley-Poston L. | J Vet Intern Med 2007:21(4);737-41.

  • Effect of routine cardiovascular catherization on cardiac troponin I concentration in dogsShih AC, Maisenbacher HW, Barreirinha A, Adin DB, Schmidt MK, Prosek R, Estrada AH. | J Vet Card 2009:11(Suppl 1); S87-92.

  • Successful closure of left-to-right patent ductus arteriosus in three dogs with concurrent pulmonary hypertension.Seibert RL, Maisenbacher HW 3rd, Prosek R, Adin DB, Arsenault WG, Estrada AH. | J Vet Cardiol 2010:12(1):67-73.

  • Perceptions of quality of life and priorities of owners of cats with heart disease.Reynolds CA, Oyama MA, Rush JE, Rozanski EA, Singletary GE, Brown DC, Cunningham SM, Fox PR, Bond B, Adin DB, Williams RM, MacDonald KA, Malakoff R, Sleeper MM, Schober KE, Petrie JP, Hogan DF. | J Vet Intern Med 2010:24(6):142-6.

  • Heart rate and arrhythmia frequency of normal cats compared to cats with Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy.Jackson B, Lehmkuhl L, Adin D. | J Vet Cardiol 2014:16(4):215-225.

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