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Profender comprimidos de liberación modificada para perros. Composición: 1 comprimido para perros pequeños contiene 15 mg de prazicuantel y 3 mg de emodepside, para perros medianos contiene 50 mg de prazicuantel y 10 mg de emodepside y para perros grandes contiene 150 mg de prazicuantel y 30 mg de emodepside. Propiedades farmacológicas: Emodepside actúa en la unión neuromuscular por estimulación de los receptores presinápticos pertenecientes a la familia de receptores de secretina, lo que produce la parálisis y la muerte de los parásitos. Prazicuantel se absorbe con rapidez desde la superficie de los parásitos y actúa produciendo un cambio en la permeabilidad del Ca2+ de las membranas del parásito, lo que provoca una lesión grave en el tegumento del parásito, contracción y parálisis, la interrupción del metabolismo y finalmente lleva a la muerte del parásito. Indicaciones: Para perros que sufran, o con riesgo de sufrir, infestaciones parasitarias mixtas causadas por nematodos: Toxocara canis (adulto maduro, adulto inmaduro, L4 y L3), Toxascaris leonina (adulto maduro, adulto inmaduro y L4) y Ancylostoma caninum (adulto maduro e inmaduro), Uncinaria stenocephala (adulto maduro e inmaduro) y Trichuris vulpis (adulto maduro e inmaduro) y causadas por cestodos: Dipylidium caninum, Taenia spp., Echinococcus multilocularis (adulto maduro e inmaduro) y Echinococcus granulosus (adulto maduro e inmaduro). Contraindicaciones: No usar en cachorros de menos de 12 semanas de edad o de peso inferior a 1 kg. No usar en caso de hipersensibilidad a los principios activos o a alguno de los excipientes. Precauciones de uso: Para los perros: En perros extremadamente débiles o que tengan la función hepática o renal gravemente comprometida, Profender debe utilizarse de acuerdo con la evaluación beneficio/riesgo efectuada por el veterinario. No se recomienda el tratamiento durante la gestación y lactancia. Para la persona que administra el medicamento: Lávese bien las manos después de administrar los comprimidos. En caso de ingestión accidental, consulte inmediatamente con un médico y muéstrele el prospecto. Interacciones: El tratamiento combinado con otros fármacos sustratos/inhibidores de la glucoproteína P podría originar interacciones farmacocinéticas. Las posibles consecuencias clínicas no se han investigado. Posología y modo de administración: 1 comprimido de Profender para perros pequeños por cada 3 kg de peso. 1 comprimido de Profender para perros medianos por cada 10 kg de peso. 1 comprimido de Profender para perros grandes por cada 30 kg de peso. Una sola toma por tratamiento es eficaz. Administrar únicamente en ayunas. Por ejemplo, se recomienda no alimentar al perro durante la noche si se pretende tratar a la mañana siguiente. Se puede dar alimento a partir de las 4 horas de administrado el tratamiento. Presentaciones: Profender para perros pequeños: Caja con 24 comprimidos. Profender para perros medianos: Caja con 2, 24 o 102 comprimidos. Profender para perros grandes: Caja con 24 comprimidos. Titular de la autorización: Bayer Animal Health GmbH. Número de registro: EU/2/05/054/018-031. Con prescripción veterinaria. Para más información ver prospecto.


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SEVC2009!

AN INTERNATIONAL EVENT! Following the success of the previous conferences, AVEPA (the Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association) have again joined with the NAVC (The North American Veterinary Conference) to host the annual Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC) from 1-4 October 2009. This combined effort and successful partnership has given birth to the biggest Veterinary Conference in Southern Europe providing the veterinary community and practitioners with a first-class continuing education event. The Conference combines a wide and varied scientific programme with an opportunity for visitors to enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate in one of the finest facilities that the city of Barcelona has to offer. The SEVC mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care in an environment of professionalism, fun and sun. The social calendar will include daily lunch at the conference centre and the not-to-be-missed “Grand SEVC Fiesta”.

HIGHLIGHTS · Over 5,500 participants from all over the world · Over 100 international exhibitors · Over 250 lectures by more than 100 speakers from all over the world · Two and a half days of INTERNATIONAL NURSING Programme · Two and a half days of INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE MANAGAMENT Programme. · Workshops & Masterclasses (case study discussions with an expert) · Pre Congress Symposia by sponsors and international specialist organisations. · Don’t miss the “Grand SEVC Fiesta” · Barcelona... a cosmopolitan, fun, modern, vibrant and cultural city...

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SEVC President Welcome Dear Colleagues, From the city of Barcelona, we would like to invite you to take part in this special event open to all veterinary practitioners dedicated to the care of companion animals: from the 1st to the 4th of October in Barcelona. The North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) together with the Spanish Association (AVEPA) have been organising the Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC) for the last three years, working to offer the best continuing- education program in Companion Animal Medicine and Surgery to all those veterinarian who chose to join us. At the SEVC 2009 we provide you with a special meeting place: the Palace of Congresses on the Fira Barcelona site next to Plaza de España - It´s in the heart of the city and well located for beaches, museums, typical old quarters, restaurants, airports, and for experiencing the magnificent high speed train (AVE) connecting Barcelona with Madrid in the centre of the country in three hours and with Cordoba or Seville in the south in less than five hours – Direct from city centre to city centre. The Organising Committee along with the Scientific committee and the Specialization Committee have worked for over a year on the development of a high-quality educational program that can meet the needs of all those who attend by using various teaching methods while visitors can also benefit from the collaboration of almost 100 experts from all over the world – willing to share their knowledge with all present and who can be simultaneously heard in both English and Spanish. At the SEVC.2009 you will find among the many things on offer, the following: - Nine Simultaneous conferences, with a sample from almost all specialties; from Friday the 2nd of October until Sunday the 4th. - One additional congress day on Thursday evening when there will be a discussion on two fascinating subjects – Collective Medicine and Acupuncture. - Pre-congress seminars on Feline Medicine (Affinity) and Clinic Management (Hill’s). - On Saturday morning a group meeting will try to reach a Consensus on the diagnosis and treatment of Leishmaniasis. - Interactive Classes for up to 15 people, held by a Master or Expert in the field. (Master Classes). - Workshops both at the congress venue and at Barcelona’s Autonomous University. (UAB). - An International Nursing program for ATVs (Assistant Veterinary Technicians) - An international Open Golf tournament and the Gran Congress Fiesta. Finally, I would like you to know that all this has been made possible thanks to the kind collaboration of all the Sponsoring Companies who are all looking forward to seeing you at the SEVC Commercial Exhibition and showing you their latest offers. Special acknowledgement goes to Affinity, Bayer, Hill’s, Merial, Intervet-Schering, whose special attention has allowed us to present such a high quality event in such an inviting setting. We’ll see you there, so don’t miss it! Dr. Maite Verde (President SEVC.2009)

SEVC ‘09 ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Maite Verde, Spain (President - SEVC 09) Earl Gaughn, USA Ignacio Alvarez, Spain Colin Burrows, USA Vicens Gimeno, Spain David Senior , USA Artur Font, Spain Jorge Guerrrero, USA Philippe Moreau, France Joaquim Aragonés, Spain

SEVC ‘09 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME COMMITTEE Colin Burrows, USA Ignacio Alvarez Goméz Segura, Spain Philippe Moreau, France Jordi Franch, Spain Richard Nap, The Netherlands David Senior, USA

SEVC ‘09 EUROPEAN COMMITTEE SEVC Headquarters (Spain and Portugal) Luca Bianchini ( Italy, Grecce, Israel, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey) Tibor Brauner (Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and Czeck Republic) Sune Jerre (Scandinavian Countries) Mark Johnston (UK and Ireland) Philippe Moreau (France and Switzerland) Andreas Müller (Germany and Austria ) Richard Nap (The Netherlands) Marek Wojtacki (Poland and Baltic States)


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SEVC ‘09 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME CHAIRMEN Acupunture- Sheila Robertson (USA) Anaesthesia - Sheila Robertson(USA), Francisco Laredo (Spain) Behaviour- Sarah Heath (USA), Xavier Manteca (Spain) Cardio-pulmonary - Alberto Montoya (Spain), Guillermo Couto (USA) Dentistry- Peter Fahrenkrug (Germany), Fidel San Roman (Spain) Dermatology - Maite Verde (Spain), Ton Willemse (The Netherlands) Diagnostic Imaging - Amalia Agut (Spain), Christopher Lamb (UK) Emergency / Critical care - Cristina Fragio (Spain), Yves Moens (Austria) Medicine - Guillermo Couto (USA), Artur Font (Spain) Neurology- Tomás Fernández (Spain), Guillermo Couto (USA)

Nursing Programme- Jose Marin (Spain), Sol Indurain (UK) Oftalmology - Ellen Bjerkaas (Norway), Manuel Villagrasa (Spain) Other Companion Animals- Douglas Mader (USA), Rafael Molina (Spain) Practice Management - Pere Mercader (Spain) Philippe Moreau (France) Reproduction - Simon Marti (Spain), Stefano Romagnoli (Italy) Shelter Medicine - Sheila Robertson (USA) Surgery- Josep Maria Closa (Spain), Dick White (UK) Traumatology - Stuart Carmichael (UK) , Juan Pablo Zaera (Spain) Workshops - Jordi Franch (Spain) - David Senior (USA) Wound Management - Josep Maria Closa (Spain), Dick White (UK)

SEVC ‘09 SPEAKERS Amalia Agut Giménez (Spain) Marta Amat (Spain) Josep Arus (Spain) Gad Baneth (Israel) Manu Bárcena (Spain) R. Avery Bennett (USA) Ellen Bjerkas (Norway) Manuel Boller (USA) Patrick Bourdeau (France) Ray Butcher (UK) Paula Calvo (Spain) Vittorio Capello (Italy) Luis Cardoso (Portugal) Stuart Carmichael (UK) Domingo Casamian-Sorrosal (UK) Rachel Casey (UK) Dennis Chew (USA) Alfonso Chico (Spain) Oscar Cortadellas (Spain) Guillermo Couto (USA) Cynda Crawford (USA)

Maria del Carmen Diaz-Bertrana (Spain) Ignacio Durall (Spain) Yvonne Espada (Spain) Jaume Fatjo (Spain) Jesús María Fernández Sánchez (Spain) Lluis Ferrer (Spain) Jacques Fontaine (Belgium) Cristina Fragio (Spain) Cristobal Frias (Spain) Alexandra Gabriel (France) Rafael Garcia de Sola (Spain) Jordi Gine (Andorra) Isabelle Goy-Thollot (France) Maria Grazia Pennisi (Italy) Sarah Heath (UK) Dan Holden (UK) Sol Indurain (UK) Lynelle Johnson (USA) Lesley King (USA) Christian Kolthoff (Denmark) Alek Koutinas (Greece)

Christopher R. Lamb (UK) Ana Lara García (UK) Francisco Laredo (Spain) Duncan Lascelles (USA) Jose Laus (Brasil) Julie Levy (USA) Teresa L. Lightfoot (USA) Nancy Loes (USA) Gustavo Machicote Goth (Spain) Jordi Manubens (Spain) Simón Marti (Spain) Jaume Martorell (Spain) John Mattoon (USA) David McCormick (USA) Carolina Medina (USA) Christine Merle (USA) Guadalupe Miro (Spain) Yves Moens (Austria) Rafael Molina (Spain) Philippe Moreau (France) Neus Morera Celda (Spain)

Alexis Nahama (USA) Gaetano Oliva (Italy) Laura Ordeix (Spain) Mark Oyama (USA) Josep Pastor (Spain) Teresa Peña (Spain) Michael Podell (USA) Sheila Robertson (USA) Stefano Romagnoli (Italy) Catharine Scott-Moncrief (USA) Sergi Serrano (USA) Kerry Simpson (UK) Laia Solano Gallego (UK) Juan José Tabar (Spain) Carlos Torrente (Spain) Ton Willemse (The Netherlands) John Williams (UK) NAVC Speakers Dan Lewis (USA) Ron Bright (USA)

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SEVC GENERAL INFORMATION SEVC Final Scientific Programme Congratulations! If you have received this Final Programme leaflet, it is because you are attending the SEVC 2009. All the information relative to the Scientific Programme is in this leaflet. It has been designed to provide attendees with an overview of the Scientific Programme for each day. Be sure to refer to the updated version and not earlier versions sent by mail or downloaded from the SEVC web site. SEVC Registration Desks SEVC 09 Registration Desks are located in the Hall area at the Barcelona Congress Centre. Please collect your badge and documentation there. Use this point for any questions regarding the Conference or for onsite registration for the Scientific Programme, the International Nursing Programme, Masterclasses, Workshops and the “Grand SEVC Fiesta”. For your convenience the registration desks will be open at the following times: Thursday 1st Oct. - 9:00am to 7:00pm Friday 2nd Oct. - 7:30am to 7:30pm Saturday 3rd Oct. - 7:30am to 7:30pm Sunday 4th Oct. - 7:30am to 2:30pm SEVC Main Sponsors Welcome Desks These Welcome Desks are located by the SEVC Registration Desks. As a courtesy, if you have been registered by one of our Main Sponsors you should collect your SEVC Badge at this Sponsor’s Desk. Unattended Bagagge Please do not leave your belongings unattended. SEVC will not be responsable for any lost items.

SEVC Registration Badge Please look after your registration badge and badge holder. It provides access not only to the Conference Rooms but also to the Exhibitors Area and authorizes you to collect your Certificate of attendance at the “Bayer Cyber corner”. Each badge has a barcode which will be read by SEVC personnel upon entering any of the above mentioned areas. Coffee and lunch tickets are also included in the badge holder. Security personnel have been instructed to refuse admission to anyone not wearing an official SEVC name badge. In case of loss or damage, the organisation will provide you with a new badge. Lunch and coffee tickets won’t be replaced. SEVC Conference Bag Collect your Conference Bag with your Badge at the Registration Desk. This year’s Conference Bag is sponsored by “Advance by Affinity”. Each Bag contains the SEVC Final Programme, SEVC Exhibition guide, SEVC Proceedings CD, SEVC 2010 Conference First Announcement and other Exhibitor information.

SEVC Speakers’ Room This room is located upstairs on the second floor of the “Barcelona Congress Centre”. Access is limited to SEVC speakers and authorized personnel only. The opening hours are the same as for the Registration Desks. Staff officials can be identified by their blue or white SEVC shirts. Any of these individuals will be pleased to assist you if you have any questions about the SEVC. SEVC Simultaneous Translation Earphones All rooms offer Simultaneous Translations to English and Spanish with some other languages such as Polish available on occasion. You can collect your earphones at the designated tables. It is compulsory to leave a National Identification Card, Passport or 300€ in cash as deposit. No credit cards, Hotel room cards or Presentation Cards will be accepted. Please return the earphones at the end of each day to allow for the batteries to be recharged SEVC Conference Rooms All Rooms will be open for 5 minutes in-between lectures. After this time all rooms will be closed to give privacy to those present. A member of staff will check delegates’ badges when coming into or out of the room. Rooms will be locked during Coffee breaks and Lunch breaks. All delegates will be asked to leave the rooms at this time. Food or beverages are not allowed in any of the Conference Rooms. SEVC does not permit the sound or video recording of all or part of any of the Conferences.


BARCELONA 1 - 4 October 2009

SEVC GENERAL INFORMATION

SEVC “Bayer Healthcare Ciber Corner” Free internet connection at “Bayer Healthcare Cyber Corner” located in the Exhibition Area. Bring your own computer too and plug into the net. Download SEVC Scientific Proceedings and print your own Certificate of Attendance.

Grand SEVC Fiesta

SEVC Exhibition Entrance All SEVC delegates with an SEVC badge are entitled to free entry to the Exhibition Area. If you don’t have an SEVC badge, you can also access the SEVC Exhibition Area for FREE! Register at one of the Desks at the entrance to Pavilion 8. Only practitioners and distributors will be given access. No final owners are allowed.

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SEVC Staff Contact any member of our Staff with any questions. Their yellow SEVC shirts make it easy to identify all staff members. Check their “language ribbons” and see if they speak your language. You can find a member of staff in every Conference room, at Registration Desks and in the common areas.

Registration Check in Desks Main Sponsors Welcome Desks Conference Rooms 1 to 12 Presymposiums Workshop Rooms Masterclasses Rooms

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SEVC Certificates of attendance Collect your SEVC Scientific Programme or SEVC International Nursing Programme Certificate of attendance at the “Bayer Cyber Corner” located at the Exhibition Area next to Bayer Healthcare booth. It is compulsory to show your SEVC Registration Badge. Other Certificates can be collected at the Registration Desks.

SEVC Exhibition Guide All information relative to the SEVC Exhibition Area is in the new Exhibition Guide. You can find a copy inside the Conference Bag or get your copy at the Exhibition Registration Desks -Pavilion 8 for only 10€.

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SEVC Proceedings CD Each SEVC delegate receives an SEVC Proceedings CD when collecting documentation at the Registration Desks. The CD contents are included in English and Spanish. It contains most of the SEVC Scientific Programme and International Nursing Programme proceedings as well as information on Speakers.

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EXHIBITION OPENING HOURS Friday 8,30h.-19,30h. Saturday 8,30h.-19,30h. Sunday 8,30h.-14,30h.

SEVC Exhibits! Get your “SEVC Exhibits” guide for more information on the 2009 SEVC Exhibition Area.

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SEVC PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM

HILL’S SYMPOSIUM on Practice Management

AFFINITY PETCARE SYMPOSIUM on Feline Medicine

Barcelona, 1st October 2009 Barcelona Congress Center, Barcelona Fair Room 6, Pavilion 5

Barcelona, 1st October 2009 Barcelona Congress Center, Barcelona Fair Room 5, Pavilion 5

The Veterinary practice is a service industry committed to serving the needs of our clients (pet owners and their pets) through selling veterinary services and products. To be successful, the management systems that exist within practices need to be consistently producing satisfied and loyal clients who are willing to continue to require these services. However, increasing competition means that clients not only have more choice than ever before about where to take their pets, they are also less loyal, choosing perhaps one clinic for their cat and one for their dog. What are the factors you can work with that can help you create satisfied clients that keep coming back to you? To help you to achieve this objective, we are pleased to invite you to the Hill´s Symposium on Practice Management,

“Becoming a Client-Centered Veterinary Practice” 09,30-10,30 Development of standards. Dr. Christine Merle 10,30-11,30 Is it possible to be client centered, patient centered AND have a healthy business? Dr. Pere Mercader 11,30-12,00 Coffee Break 12,00-13,00 Training Staff. Dr. Christine Merle 13,00-14,00 Effectively making change happen. Dr. Christine Merle 14,00-15,30 Lunch 15,30-16,30 Marketing through client education: Communication is the key. Dr. Christine Merle 16,30-17,00 Hill’s Awards 17,00-18,00 Communication tools that sell your services. Dr. Phillipe Moreau The symposium will be in English language, with simultaneous translation into Spanish Attendance includes lunch, coffee breaks and the proceedings

Within the scientific program of the next Southern European Veterinary Conference, Affinity Petcare is organizing a Feline Medicine Symposium in collaboration with the AVEPA feline medicine group.

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Chylotorax in cats: medical or surgical treatment. Dr. Theresa W. Fossum. Texas A&M University

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Update or novelties about feline liver pathologies. Dr. Jan Rothuzen. University of Utrech.

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Acromegaly and aldosterism in cats. Dr. Michael Herrtage. Cambridge Veterinary School.

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FLUTD: an evidence-based approach. Dr. Albert Lloret. Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona. With the collaboration of


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SEVC PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUM VII Symposium BAYER Barcelona, 1st October 2009 Barcelona Congress Center, Barcelona Fair Room 7, Pavilion 5 PRESENTATIONS Starting at 19.30h. “ The importance of the larval stages in controlling intestinal parasites. European Ecommendations” Dra. Guadalupe Miró

SEVC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME The SEVC Scientific Programme is aimed at European veterinarians, with the intended audience being general practitioners in small animals and new companion animals. The SEVC mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care in an environment of profesionalism, fun and sun. Over 250 lectures by more than 200 expert speakers from all over the world are scheduled.

KEY SIGNS: Moderators: “(M)” Morning Moderators: “(A)” Afternoon Languages: “(SP)” The lecture will be presented in Spanish* Languages: “(ENG)” The lecture will be presented English* How I Treat

“How I treat” lecture

State of Art

“State of Art” lecture

We would like to thank the European Society of Feline Medicine for their support in our “Feline Medicine” SEVC Programme. www. esfm.org

* All rooms have simultaneous translation to English and Spanish.

“Profender tablets for dogs: the new broad-spectrum anthelmintic drug with a larvicidal activity” Dr. Roland Schaper

THURSDAY, October 1st 2009 SHELTER MEDICINE

ACUPUNCTURE ROOM

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Room 8 (Pavilion 5)

MODERATORS

Dr. F. Minguell

Dr. S. Robertson

19.00 - 19.30

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Humane Control of Feral Cats Dr. J. Levy (ENG)

Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine for Cancer Patients Dr. C. Medina (ENG)

18.00 - 18.55

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High-Quality High-Volume Spay/Neuter Dr. J. Levy (ENG)

Acupuncture Analgesia Dr. C. Medina (ENG)

17.00 - 17.55

COFFEE BREAK Practical Medical Applications of Acupuncture. Dr. C. Medina (ENG)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Acupuncture Clinical Case Studies Dr. C. Medina (ENG)

Humane Dog Population Management Guidelines Dr. R. Butcher (ENG)

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Canine Rabies Control - a World-Wide Issue Dr. R. Butcher (ENG)

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SEVC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME CARDIOPULMONARY

FELINE MEDICINE*

FRIDAY, October 2on 2009

ANAESTHESIA

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DERMATOLOGY

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Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

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Dr. N. Gonzalez (M) Dr. A. Montoya (A)

Dr. A. Lloret (M) Dr. L. Real (A)

Dr. F. Marin (M) Dr. M. Johnson (A)

Dr. M.A. Ruiz (M) Dr. T. Fernรกndez (A)

Dr. R. Molina (M) Dr. F. San Roman (A)

Dr. T. Willemse (M) Dr. M. Morales (A)

Dr. J.M Closa (M) Dr. J. Guerrero (A)

Dr. P. Mercader (M) Dr. R. Nap (A)

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Cardiovascular Disorders in Systemic Diseases Dr. D. Casamian (SP)

Outbreak Intervention: Dermatophytosis Dr. J. Levy (ENG)

Anesthesia for Neonates Dr. F. Laredo (SP)

Clinical Aspects of Mammary Disease in the Bitch and Queen Dr. J. Arus (SP)

Avian Anesthesia Dr. T. Lightfoot (ENG)

Non-Tumorous Nodular Dermatoses in Cats Dr. L. Ordeix (ENG)

Getting Started in Minimally Invasive Surgery Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

9.30 - 10.25

Monitoring the Cardiovascular System Dr. S. Serrano (SP)

Protozoal Diarrhea in the Cat; Diagnosis and Management Dr. K. Simpson (ENG)

Anesthesia for Senior (Geriatric) Animals Dr. F. Laredo (SP)

Clinical Aspects of Uterine Diseases Dr. S. Marti (SP)

Avian Neoplasia Dr. T. Lightfoot (ENG)

Canine Malassezia Infections Dr. G. Machicote (SP)

How I Treat

Axillary Wounds Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

Extreme Client Service - Ways that You Can Make Your Practice Stand Out Dr. C. Merle (ENG)

How I Treat

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

Cholangiohepatitis and Cholelithiasis in Cats Dr. K. Simpson (ENG)

Pacemakers for Arrhythmia Management in the Dog Dr. J. Manubens (SP)

Hepatobiliary Surgery in Cats Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

Pulmonary Function Tests Dr. S. Serrano (SP)

12.30 - 13.25

Anesthesia for C-Sections Dr. S. Robertson (ENG) State of Art

Anesthesia for Trauma Patients Dr. D. Holden (ENG)

Practical Use of Aglepristone in Small Animals Dr. S. Romagnoli (ENG)

Behaviour Problems of Exotic Mammals Dr. N. Morera Celda (SP)

How I Control Reproduction in Dogs Dr. S. Romagnoli (ENG)

Small Mammals in Practice Dr. N. Morera Celda (SP)

Feline Paraneoplastic Syndrome Dr. L. Ordeix (ENG)

The Acute Abdomen Try not to be afraid! Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

Cutaneous Neoplasia in Cats Dr. J. Fontaine (ENG)

Haemostasis - Ligatures to Lasers and Beyond! Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

LUNCH BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

13.30 - 15.00

Patent Ductus Arteriosus: Clinical Management Dr. J. Manubens (SP) Biochemical Markers of Heart Disease Dr. M. Oyama (ENG)

16.00 - 16.55

Thoracic Radiography in Cats - Interpreting Lung Disease Dr. C. Lamb (ENG)

Anesthesia for Orthopedic Patients Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

Chronic Coughing in Cats Dr. L. Johnson (ENG)

Anesthesia for Ocular Procedures Dr. F. Laredo (SP)

Creating Your Dream Team Dr. C. Merle (ENG)

11.00 - 11.55

Implementing Effective Training Programs Dr. C. Merle (ENG)

12.00 - 12.55

18.30 - 18.55

NEUROLOGY

DENTISTRY

Differential Diagnosis of Seizures in Dogs and Cats Dr. M. Podell (SP)

Dental Malocclusion in Rabbits Dr. J. Fdez. Sรกnchez (SP)

The Latest About Idiopathic Epilepsy in Dogs Dr. M. Podell (SP)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Dental Disease in Guinea Pigs and Chinchillas Dr. V. Capello (ENG)

Feline Idiopathic Ulcerative Dermatitis Dr. L. Ordeix (ENG)

How I Treat

Pneumonia in the Dog Dr. D. Casamian (SP)

How I Treat

Idiopathic IBD in Cats Dr. A. Gabriel (ENG)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Infective Endocarditis Dr. M. Oyama (ENG)

How I Treat

Feline Demodicosis Dr. J. Fontaine (ENG)

How I Treat

Understanding the Capnogram Waveform Dr. D. Holden (ENG) Place a Central Venous Catheter Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

How I Treat

Status Epilepticus Dr. M. Podell (SP)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Epilepsy in Humans Dr. R. Garcia de Sola (SP)

How I Treat

ORTHOPEDICS

Understanding the Key Elements of Practice Value Dr. D. McCormick(ENG)

14.30 - 15.25

Principles of Using Circular Fixators for Fracture Management Dr. D. Lewis (ENG)

Ownwership Success = Good Medicine + Good Business Dr. D. McCormick(ENG)

15.30 - 16.25

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition Feline Atopic Dermatitis: Sense or Nonsense? Dr. T. Willemse (ENG)

Dental Abscesses in Rabbits Dr. J. Fdez. Sรกnchez (SP) Dental Disease in other Rodent Species and Ferrets Dr. V. Capello (ENG)

13.00 - 14.30

Practical Approach to the Lame Animal Dr. C. Frias (SP)

Nail and Foot Disorders in Cats Dr. J. Fontaine (ENG)

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

17.00 - 18.00

18.00 - 18.25

9.30 - 9.55

10.00 - 11.00

LUNCH BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

15.00 - 15.55

8.30 - 9.25

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25

How I Treat

Marketing the Uniqueness of your Practice Dr. C. Merle (ENG)

How I Treat

Canine Perianal Fistula Dr. G. Machicote (SP)

16.30 - 17.30

Using Hybrid External Skeletal Fixators in Fracture Management Dr. D. Lewis (ENG)

How I Treat

Hock arthrodesis using MIPO Dr. D. Lewis (ENG)

How I Treat

What Clients Expect in Communications from the Hospital Dr. A. Nahama (ENG)

17.30 - 18.25

Vaccine Reminder Communication Protocols that Improve Response Rates Dr. A. Nahama (ENG)

18.30 - 18.55

* The Feline Medicine Room (room 7, Pavilion 5) will also have simultaneous translation to Polish


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BARCELONA 1 - 4 October 2009

SEVC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

SATURDAY, October 3rd, 2009

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE*

LEISHMANIOSIS CONSENSUS

ORTHOPEDICS

OPHTHALMOLOGY

EMERGENCY / CRITICAL CARE

SURGERY

ROOM

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 16(Pavilion 8)

Room 13 (Pavilion 8)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 8 (Pavilion 5)

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

MODERATORS

Dr. H. Casas (M) Dr. X. Roura (A)

Dr. C. Frias (M) Dr. J.P Zaera (A)

Dr. M. Villagrasa (M) Dr. E. Bjerkaas / Dr. T. Peña (A)

Dr. Y. Moens (M) Dr. C. Fragio (A)

Dr. T. Brauner (M) Dr. E. Rippie (A)

Dr. N. Brotons (8,30-10,25) Dr. A. Montesinos (11,00-18,55)

Dr. P. Moreau (M) Dr. L.J. López Medina (A)

Understanding Osteoarthritis Management in Dogs Dr. S. Carmichael (ENG)

Uveitis in the Dog and Cat: Pathogenesis and Principles for Treatment Dr. J. Laus (ENG)

Management of Upper Airway Obstruction: Why We Do What We Do Dr. M. Boller (ENG)

Uveitis in Systemic Disease in the Dog Dr. J. Laus (ENG)

Endocrine Emergencies: Addisonian Crisis Dr. I. Goy-Thollot (ENG)

8.30 - 9.25

9.30 - 10.25

Importance of Controling Hyperphosphataemia in the Progression of Chronic Renal Failure Dr. O. Cortadellas (ENG)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Glomerular Disease in Dogs Dr. O. Cortadellas (ENG)

Introduction: What is LeishVet all about? Canine Leishmaniosis: The need of a consensus Dr. G. Miró - Dr. G. Baneth (ENG) Consensus on Canine Leishmaniosis Diagnosis Dr. L. Solano - Dr. L. Cardoso (ENG) Consensus on Clinical Staging Dr. L. Ferrer - Dr. A. Koutinas (ENG) Open Clinical Discussion with the Floor

State of Art

Chronic Cough in the Dog: Approach and Management Dr. L. Johnson (ENG)

Consensus on Canine Leishmaniosis Treatment Dr. G. Miró - Dr. G. Oliva - M. Grazia Pennisi (ENG) Consensus on Canine Leishmaniosis Prevention Dr. P. Bourdeau - Dr. G. Baneth (ENG)

Nasal Discharge in Dogs and Cats Dr. L. Johnson (ENG)

12.30 - 13.25

Importance of Canine Leishmaniosis in Non Endemic Areas Dr. N. Mencke (ENG) Feline Leishmaniosis: Update Dr. M. Grazia Pennisi (ENG) Open Clinical Discussion with the Floor

How I Treat

Urethral Obstruction in Cats Dr. R. Bright (ENG)

Ferret Neoplasia Dr. T. Lightfoot (ENG)

How I Treat

Inflammatory Bowel Disease in Ferrets Dr. T. Lightfoot (ENG)

How I Treat

Current Aspects of Management of Chronic Kidney 15.00 - 15.55 Disease in Cats and Dogs Dr. D. Chew (ENG) Current Aspects of Management of Chronic Kidney Disease in Cats and Dogs (cont’d) Dr. D. Chew (ENG)

How Can I Improve the Value of My Practice? Dr. D. McCormick (ENG)

8.30 - 9.25

Create an Organizational Structure Tailored to Your Practice Dr. C. Kolthoff (ENG)

9.30 - 9.55

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

Dealing with Traumatic Problems Affecting the Pelvis and Hip 1 Dr. J.J. Tabar (ENG)

Uveitis in Systemic Disease in the Cat Dr. J. Laus (ENG)

Non-Cardiogenic Pulmonary Edema: When the Flood Walls Break Dr. M. Boller (ENG)

Dealing with Traumatic Problems Affecting the Pelvis and Hip 2 Dr. J.J. Tabar (ENG)

Cataract – Is it Hereditary? Dr. E. Bjerkaas (ENG)

Emergency Management of Acute Hemolytic Anemia Dr. M. Barcena (SP)

Salvaging “End Stage” Ear Disease Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

Managing Pleural Effusion Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

10.00 - 11.00

Management of Musculoskeletal Tumours Dr. D. Lascelles (ENG)

Cataract Surgery – Work-up and Principles for Surgery Dr.T. Peña (SP)

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation: What We Do When We Do It Dr. M. Boller (ENG)

Ocular Tumours Dr. T. Peña (SP)

Management of the Blocked Cat Dr. I. Goy-Thollot (ENG)

Muscle and Tendon Injuries in Dogs Dr. S. Carmichael (ENG)

State of Art

State of Art

Abdominal Surgery in Ferrets Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

Slow Revenue Growth: Diagnosis, Prognosis and Therapeutic Strategies Dr. A. Nahama (ENG)

11.00 - 11.55

Abdominal Surgery in Ferrets (cont’d) Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

Lessons Veterinarians can Learn from the Services Industry Dr. A. Nahama (ENG)

12.00 - 12.55

LUNCH BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

LUNCH BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

13.30 - 15.00

16.00 - 16.55

Small Bowel Surgery Keeping it Safe and Simple Dr. R. Bright (ENG)

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25

Osteoarthritis in Cats – Myth or Major Problem Dr. D. Lascelles (ENG)

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

OTHER COMPANION ANIMAL

Is There a Role for the Surgeon in Tracheal Collapse? Dr. R. Bright (ENG)

Thoracic Surgery of Rabbits Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

Nutritional Support for the Critical Care Patient Dr. R. Bright (ENG)

Avian Respiratory Surgery Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

13.00 - 14.30

Hidden Drivers of Revenue: How to Find Hidden Growth in your Current Clients Dr. A. Nahama (ENG) Corporate Practices: The Future Way to Practice – A Threat or an Opportunity? Dr. A. Nahama (ENG)

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

18.00 - 18.25 18.30 - 18.55

How I Treat

How I Treat

Chronic Kidney Disease Dr. O. Cortadellas (ENG) Chronic Hepatic Disorders in Dogs Dr. A. Gabriel (ENG)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Elbow Dislocation Dr. S. Carmichael (ENG) Achilles Mechanism Failure in Cats Dr. D. Lascelles (ENG)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Tips and Pitfalls in Cataract Surgery Dr. T. Peña (ENG) Control Programmes for Hereditary Cataracts in Dogs Dr. E. Bjerkaas (ENG)

How I Treat

Acute Asthmatic Crisis Dr. M. Barcena (SP)

How I Treat

Septic Shock Dr. M. Boller (ENG)

When to Cut in Pancreatic Surgery Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

How I Treat

Pelvic Diseases Through Transpubic Approach Dr. A. Chico (SP)

Avian Gastrointestinal Surgery Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

How I Treat

Rabbit’s Head Tilt Dr. N. Morera Celda (ENG)

15.30 - 16.25

16.30 - 17.30

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

17.00 - 18.00

14.30 - 15.25

How I Treat

Exit Planning – Are You Ready to Exit from Ownership? Dr. D. McCormick (ENG)

17.30 - 18.25

How to Handle the Difficult Client Dr. P. Moreau (ENG)

18.30 - 18.55

* The Small Animal Medicine Room (room 7, Pavilion 5) will also have simultaneous translation to Polish


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BARCELONA 1- 4 October 2009

SEVC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

SUNDAY, October 4th 2009

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

WOUND MANAGEMENT

ANAESTHESIA & PAIN MANAGEMENT

BEHAVIOUR

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

INTERVET/SCHERING-PLOUGH ANIMAL HEALTH SYMPOSIUM

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

ROOM

Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

Room 16 (Pavilion 8)

Room 8 (Pavilion 5)

Room 13 (Pavilion 8)

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

MODERATORS

Dr. M. Wojtacki

Dr. A. Elvira

Dr. S. Jerre

Dr. F. Laredo

Dr. X. Manteca

Dr. C. Lamb (8,03-10,25) Dr. A. Agut (11,30-12,25)

Dr. K. Gloyd

Dr. E. Barreneche

The Hemogram in Daily Practice Dr. G. Couto (ENG)

Chronic Liver Diseases in Dogs Dr. A. Gabriel (ENG)

Management of Open Wounds in Distal Extremities Dr. A. Chico (SP)

Feline Osteoarthritis Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

The Science Behind Feline Socialization Dr. R. Casey (ENG)

Effective Imaging of Small Animal Patients with Acute Cardio-Respiratory Signs Dr. J. Mattoon (ENG)

Insulin Resistant Diabetes: Is it Cushing’s or Acromegaly? Dr. C. Scott-Moncrief (ENG)

Diagnosis and Management of Hypercalcemia in Dogs and Cats Dr. D. Chew(ENG)

Chronic Diarrhoea in Cats and Dogs Dr. A. Gabriel (ENG)

Skin Grafting – When and How? Dr. A. Bennett (ENG)

Complementary and Emerging Pain Management Techniques Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

House Soiling Cats – Diagnosis and Management Dr. M. Amat (SP)

Effective Imaging of Small Animal Patients with Acute Abdominal Signs Dr. A. Agut Gimenez (SP)

Managing Hypertensive Cats with Hyperthyroidism Dr. C. Scott-Moncrief (ENG)

8.30 - 9.25

9.30 - 10.25

How to Build Your Practice Marketing Plan? Dr. C. Kolthoff (ENG)

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25 State of Art

12.30 - 13.25

Five Steps to Increase Your Turn-Over with Proper Invoicing Methods Dr. C. Kolthoff (ENG)

Cystitis in Cats – Thinking Outside the Litterbox Dr. D. Chew (ENG)

Outbreak Intervention: CAnine and Feline Parvovirus Dr. J. Levy (ENG)

LEISHMANIOSIS CONSENSUS LEISHVET Symposium

Saturday 3 Oct. Morning Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Management of Lymphoma in Dogs Dr. A. Lara Garcia (SP)

Chemotherapy in Practice Dr. A. Lara Garcia (SP)

Simple Solutions for Relieving Wound Tension Dr. J. Williams (ENG)

NSAIDS – Review Dr. D. Holden (ENG)

Minimizing Stress for Cats Living in a Domestic Environment Dr. S. Heath (ENG)

Fixing the Hard to Heal Wound (Case Based) Dr. R. Bright (ENG)

Opioids – Review Dr. D. Holden (ENG)

Feline Aggression: Why and How does it Develop? Dr. R. Casey (ENG)

FUNDATION AD QUALITATEM Saturday3 Oct. 15h. to 19h. Room 1 (Pavilion 5) Quality Standards presentation for Veterinary Practices. Make your reservation at Ad Qualitatem booth.

This Programme is Sponsorized by:

This Programme is sponsorized by:

That Dog STILL Has Pneumonia?

Making the Most of Abdominal How to Approach Tough Cases of Ultrasonography Bacterial Pneumonia in Dogs Dr. J. Mattoon (ENG) Dr. L. King (ENG)

Digital Radiography: Advantages and Disadvantages Dr. C. Lamb (ENG)

Emerging Disease: Canine Influenza Dr. C. Crawford Dr. L. King (ENG)

How to Build Your Practice Marketing Plan? (cont’d) Dr. C. Kolthoff (ENG)

How to Implement Changes in Practice Dr. C. Kolthoff (ENG)

INTERVET SCHERING-PLOUGH ANIMAL HEALTH SYMPOSIUM

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT Programme

Let your PM skills flow!

Sunday 4 Oct. Morning Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Friday, Saturday and Sunday Room 3 (Pavilion 5) This Programme is sponsorized by:

Este programa está patrocinado por:


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BARCELONA 1- 4 October 2009

SEVC Free Communications / Posters WHAT IS AN SEVC FREE COMMUNICATION? Every year the SEVC Organizing Committee invites all veterinarians to present a FREE COMMUNICATION (relating to clinical investigations –including research studies-, prospective and retrospective studies, etc.) or an original CASE REPORT that presents new or alternative information to clinical veterinarians of small or exotic animals. Once the summaries have been received, they are evaluated by members of the AVEPA Scientific Committee and other international expert evaluators using only the assignment code of the essay; never with the name and personal details of the author. Authors of all accepted Papers are asked to be make their presentaion available in Poster format during the Conference to all interested veterinarians. The author of the paper should be available for questions during the “Poster Presentation by the author and Final Evaluation”, at the meeting to take place on Saturday 3rd. October at the “Posters Area”. The evaluators will announce the best Posters during this presentation. The “Best Poster” winners will make an especial presentation on sunday morning. All Posters are presented in the language wether the author has determined. DO NOT MISS IT!

SEVC 2010 Free Communications Present your Free Communication for SEVC 2010 and get a special conference fee. Collect the Free communications form at the Posters Area.

FREE COMMUNICATION AREAS Anaesthesia

Diagnostic Imaging

Medicine

Orthopedics

Cardiology

Endocrinology

Neurology

Critical care

Gastroenterology

Nutrition

Other Companion Animals

Dentistry

Hematology

Oncology

Dermatology

Infectious Diseases

Ophthalmology

POSTER PRESENTATION BY THE AUTHORS AND FINAL EVALUATION Saturday 3rd Oct. 19,00h-20,00 Poster Area (Pavilion 8) Come ask the authors about their research! All posters authors area asked to be present for questions and evaluation to chose the best Posters while you enjoy a glass of spanish wine!

Respiratory Diseases Surgery

BEST POSTERS AUTHOR PRESENTATION Sunday 4th Oct. 10,30h-11,30h Room 16 (Pavilion 8) The Best Poster’ authors will make a short presentation during Sunday’s Coffe Break.


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BARCELONA 1- 4 October 2009

SEVC MASTERCLASSES

Case discussions with an Expert! SEVC Masterclasses have been running for the last 2 years to bring case discussions closer to the Conference Delegates. Attendees can become actively involved in the learning process in case-oriented small group discussions with an expert. Masterclasses are presented in English and have no Simultaneous Translation. Registration is limited to 15 to 30 attendees per lecture.

HOW DO I LEARN? “If you tell me I will forget, If you show me I might remember, But if you involve me, I will learn.” Chinese Proverb

DR. GUILLERMO COUTO

DR. JULY LEVY

What is this lab work trying to tell me?

Cats vs. Heartworms: How real is the Threat?

Friday October 2nd from 11:30 – 13.30 Room 2 (Pavilion 5)

Saturday October 3rd from 11:30 – 13.30 Room 2 (Pavilion 5)

This masterclass will discuss results of complete blood counts and serum biochemical profiles, and how to better use them to obtain a diagnosis in a patient with 'mysetry illnesses' using case discussions.

Heartworm infection in cats is both difficult to diagnose and to treat. After attending this session, participants will have an enhanced understanding of the complexity of diagnosing heartworm infection in cats, the role of transient heartworm exposure in the development of persistent Heartworm Associated Respiratory Disease (HARD), and the potential role of Wolbachia bacteria in clinical heartworm disease syndromes in cats.

DR. BRIGHT Dealing with surgical complications

PLACES AVAILABLE! Don’t miss this opportunity! Register at the “Registration Desks” (Pavilion5)

The SEVC Masterclasses will take place at the SEVC Venue (Barcelona Congress Center) Please note that they are separate to the SEVC Scientific Programme and that it is compulsory to be registered for the SEVC Scientific Programme, before you can register for the masterclasses.

Friday October 2nd from 15:00 – 17:00 Room 2 (Pavilion 5) This seminar will discuss various problems related to abdominal surgery. Dehiscence and leakage of an intestinal incision can result from poor choices by the surgeon at the time of surgery. Postoperative infections following intestinal surgery will be discussed and differential diagnoses will be included. Lack of attention to detail can sometimes lead to unwanted problems following abdominal surgery. A case will be discussed that demonstrates this principle. Good success is usually associated with the surgical correction of acute gastric dilatation-volvulus. However, we will discuss several potential problems that could lead to the death of an animal following a successful gastropexy. Prevention of these problems will be emphasized.

DR. LESLEY KING Fluid Therapy and Shock Management. A Case Based Approach Saturday October 3rd from 15:00 – 17:00 Room 2 (Pavilion 5) Fluid therapy for emergency patients with shock can be challenging. This interactive session will allow participants to discuss fluid choices, including types and volumes of fluid to administer to a variety of patients in different situations. Goals and complications of fluid therapy will be emphasized. Participants will be encouraged to actively join in the discussion about management of real emergency cases.


BARCELONA 1 - 4 October 2009

SEVC WORKSHOPS

Enhance your practice skills!

SHUTTLE SERVICE TO UAB:

- Hands-on labs - Learn New techniques - Use the latest equipment on the market. - Small groups of up to 20 veterinarians. - World-class, top-rated Instructors. -The workshops will be presented in English. Instructors will provide assistance into other languages. - Registration for the Workshops does not require a compulsory registration for the SEVC Scientific Programme. - Workshops take place at the Veterinary School (Shuttles will be provided) and at the Congress Venue.

Buses will run from the SEVC Venue (Fira de Barcelona, in front of Pavilion 5) to the UAB, Veterinary School (Bellaterra) and return, only for vets registered to the labs taking place in the UAB building. The trip from the SEVC Venue to UAB takes 1hour.

Special Partners

PLACES AVAILABLE! Don’t miss this opportunity! Register at the “Registration Desks” (Pavilion5)

General suppliers

Wednesday 30th September: “Keeping Abdominal Surgery Simple and Practical” . Fira de Barcelona - UAB : 9,45h. . UAB - Fira de Barcelona: 18,30h. Thursday 1st October: “Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Techniques” “Clinical and Surgical Procedures in Avian Practice” . Fira de Barcelona - UAB : 9,45h. . UAB - Fira de Barcelona: 14,30h. “ Unblocking the Blocked Cat” . Fira de Barcelona - UAB : 15,00h. . UAB - Fira de Barcelona: 19,00h.

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BARCELONA 1- 4 October 2009

SEVC WORKSHOPS KEEPING ABDOMINAL SURGERY SIMPLE AND PRACTICAL

SMALL ANIMAL EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE TECHNIQUES

Improve your surgical skills and learn new ones for managing the more challenging cases with this practical lab on cadavers with plenty of hands-on opportunities!

A half day packed with procedures on how to keep your patient alive when all seems lost! Vascular access, feeding tube placement, emergency tracheostomy, epidural injections and much, much more!

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. R. Bright , Dr. I. Durall, Dr. MC. Díaz-Bertrana DATE: Wednesday 30th Sept. - 10,30h.-18,30h. VENUE: UAB - Vet. School PRICE: 600€ (500€, If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. C. Fragio, Dr. M. Boller, Dr. Y. Moens, Dr. I. Goy , Dr. C. Torrente DATE: Thursday 1 Oct. - 10,30h.-14,30h. VENUE: UAB - Vet School PRICE: 350€ (250€, If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme)

The objective of this lab is to make the participant more comfortable in performing some surgical techniques that are at beginning to intermediate level, although some more challenging techniques will be included. The lab will have a short lecture/description, of approximately 30-45 min about the technical aspects of the procedures that will be later performed on a cadaver animal; the practical sessions will then be approximately 2 ½ hours: a team of 3 participants will be assigned to each cadaver. One member of the team of 3 will be the primary surgeon with the other 2 assisting with a particular procedure. Ideally, the role of the primary surgeon will be shared equally between the 3 individuals assigned to each cadaver as they work through several procedures planned for each session. The laboratory design will be similar for the morning and afternoon sessions. The morning session lecture will cover gastric dilatation–volvulus, liver diseases, and biliary tree disorders. The laboratory session will include incisional gastropexy technique, liver biopsy, liver lobectomy, exploration of the biliary tree and cholecystectomy. The afternoon session will have a short lecture on intestinal diseases amenable to surgery and urinary bladder disorders. Laboratory session will include enterotomy, end-to-end anastomosis, serosal patch techniques, cystotomy, and tube cystostomy. Instructors will rotate between each of the tables allowing the participants to have contact with ALL of the instructors. This will help ensure that everyone on each team will be exposed to a broad amount of skill and expertise of all instructors present. By the end of the laboratory sessions, each participant should be more at ease when faced with the challenge of doing some or all of these common surgical techniques done in most veterinary practices.

CLINICAL AND SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN AVIAN PRACTICE Plenty of hands-on experience for avian vets: from intraosseus catheter placement to cloacopexy... and lots more surgical procedures! INSTRUCTORS: Dr. A. Bennett , Dr. J. Martorell , Dr. R. Molina DATE: Thursday 1st Oct. - 10,30h.-14,30h. VENUE: UAB- Vet. School PRICE: 250€ (200€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme) In this wetlab, participants will have an opportunity to learn several practical techniques such as intraosseous catheter placement, injection sites, air sac cannula placement, and how to place an esophagostomy feeding tube. Working in pairs and under the supervision of an instructor, participants will learn and perform surgical procedures such as ingluviotomy and crop biopsy, tracheotomy and trachectomy, left lateral celiotomy for gonadectomy and ventriculotomy, ventral midline celiotomy to perform the different techniques for cloacopexy, and cloacotomy. Working in pairs, registrants will perform the surgical techniques on pidgeon cadavers. This wetlab will provide veterinarians with an opportunity to learn about clinical and surgical procedures in avian practice and to gain technical skills in working with these species.

A half day wet-lab for veterinarians who want to obtain valuable training on numerous treatment procedures that are essential to the successful management of emergency/critical patients. After a very short introductory video-lecture, participants will be teamed up into small groups (3 persons in a group) and will rotate through different stations, where they will perform all the procedures listed below on cadavers, under direct supervision of five Emergency and Critical Care Veterinary Specialists. The excellent participants/instructor ratio will ensure that all attendees will be able to carry out and learn all the procedures during the time allocated. The procedures reviewed will be: VASCULAR ACCESS: a. Central venous catheter placement: Seldinger technique, peel away technique. b. CVP measurement. c. Cut downs for venous access on: jugular vein, cephalic vein, saphenous vein FEEDING TUBES: a. Naso-esophageal/gastric tube placement. b. Esophagostomy tube placement. RESPIRATORY SYSTEM: a. Emergency tracheostomy. b. Techniques for oxygen administration: nasal, transtracheal catheters. c. Thoracic drains. ANALGESIA – ANESTHESIA: a. Epidural injections and catheter placement. b. Intercostal blocks. ABDOMEN: Peritoneal drain, diagnostic peritoneal lavage. At the end of this lab, participants should be able to perform the above mentioned emergency and critical care procedures.

EVERYTHING YOU EVER WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CYTOLOGY, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! Plenty of exposure to a wide variety of cytologic slides, from inflammation to neoplasia, helping you come up with a diagnosis using just a microscope! A very practical and interactive lab! INSTRUCTORS: Dr. G. Couto , Dr. J. Pastor , Dr. A. Lara DATE: Thursday 1st Oct. - 14,30h.-18,30h. VENUE: Fira - SEVC Venue (Room 11, P5) PRICE: 200€ (150€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme) The goals of this course are to familiarize attendees with the use of the microscope to make interpretations of cytologic specimens from a wide range of tissues. Differentiation of inflammation from neoplasia and the diagnosis of specific types of neoplasia will be discussed. Each attendee will be allocated to a microscope and will review each case individually. Cases will then be discussed collectively using a videomicroscope. Brief presentations will be given prior to each group of cases as a preview for the changes that are present on the glass slides and that are representatives to certain pathologies. This is a very interactive laboratory with opportunity for individual attention from each of the instructors.


BARCELONA 1 - 4 October 2009

SEVC WORKSHOPS CANINE ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY

UNBLOCKING THE BLOCKED CAT

Lots of practical tips, working in small groups to ultrasonographically evaluate abdominal organs using live dogs. A very practical class that will increase your confidence in using this useful imaging tool!

All you need to know to succesfully manage those hard to solve feline urethral obstrutions: from a traumatic catheterization and cystocentesis, through urethrostomy and much, much more! INSTRUCTORS: Dr. I. Goy-Thollot , Dr. R. Bright , Dr. M. Boller , Dr. C. Torrente DATE: Thursday 1st Oct. - 15,00h.-19,00h. VENUE: UAB - Vet. School PRICE: 350€ (250€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. A. Agut , Dr. C. Lamb , Dr. Y. Espada , Dr. J. Mattoon DATE: Thursday 1st Oct. - 15h.-19h. VENUE: Fira - SEVC Venue (Room 12, P5) PRICE: 350€ (250€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme) Abdominal ultrasonography practical class designed to help delegates learn basic ultrasonographic skills, gain knowledge of ultrasound anatomy, and receive guidance and feedback from experts. Delegates will work in small groups of four and will rotate through different stations, where an instructor will show how to approach a particular organ using live dogs. Skills will include ultrasound approach to the liver and spleen, left kidney and left adrenal gland, pancreas and right adrenal gland, intestine and mesenteric lymphnodes, right intercostal approach to the liver and right kidney, bladder, prostate and medial iliac lymphnodes and uterus and ovaries. At the end of the lab, delegates will be proficient in making suitable images of these organs.

CHALLENGING CASES IN ABDOMINAL RADIOLOGY

CHALLENGING CASES IN THORACIC RADIOLOGY

Work in small groups to practice and improve your x-ray interpretation skills while receiving feedback from experts. Don’t miss this opportunity to master a very useful tool!

Work in small groups to practice and improve your x-ray interpretation skills while receiving feedback from experts. Don’t miss this opportunity to master a very useful tool!

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. C. Lamb , Dr. A. Agut , Dr. J. Mattoon DATE: Friday 2on Oct. - 10,30h.-12,30h. VENUE: Fira - SEVC Venue (Room 9, P5) PRICE: 150€ (80€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. C. Lamb , Dr. A. Agut , Dr. J. Mattoon DATE: Saturday 3rd Oct. - 10,30h.-12,30h. VENUE: Fira - SEVC Venue (Room 9, P5) PRICE: 150€ (80€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme)

A film-reading practical class designed to help delegates working in small groups to practice their radiographic interpretation skills and receive guidance and feedback from experts. At the end of this lab, delegates should have gained a clearer understanding of the radiographic appearance of the abdominal cavity and related pahologies.

A film-reading practical class designed to help delegates working in small groups to practice their radiographic interpretation skills and receive guidance and feedback from experts. At the end of this lab, delegates should have gained a clearer understanding of the radiographic appearance of the thoracic cavity and related pathologies.

Participants will be teamed up in small groups to work on cadavers. The lab is divided in two parts: First part: immediate medical procedures, urethral catheterization and post-obstructive care. This part includes a “round table” with open discussion about medical emergency management of the blocked cat (controversies, ect.) and a wet-lab about cystocentesis and urethral catheterization on cadavers. Second part: surgery on cadavers. Everything you always wanted to know about urethrostomy but were afraid to ask. Throughout the lab we will answer questions such as: should an IV catheter be placed? Is a chemistry panel necessary? What kind of parameter do I need? Can I start my fluids even if bladder decompression cannot happen immediately? What kind of fluids do I use? (Lactate of Ringer, which contains potassium or NaCl 0,9%, which is acidifying). Do I place an ECG even if the patient is not bradycardic to determine any effects of hyperkalemia? What are the classic ECG changes associated with hyperkalemia? When do I start on specific medications to protect the heart (calcium gluconate) and promote intracellular shift of potassium (insulin, dextrose, and/or sodium bicarbonate)? Cystocentesis: pros and cons. Urethral catheterization: How can I sedate or anesthetize my blocked cat? (Stable versus unstable cat). What kind of urethral catheter can I use? What tricks and helpful technique(s) are available? Do I perform abdominal radiographs? Important aspects of post-obstructive care: Fluid therapy and monitoring of urine output. Analgesia and sedation. (buprenorphine, fentanyl, hydromorphone or acepromazine?). Electrolytes and renal values monitoring. Antibiotics? How long should I let the urinary catheter in place? How long should my cat be observed after catheter removal to ensure effective spontaneous urination prior to discharge?. Urethrostomy: Pros and cons. When is a good time to perform it? What kind of procedure can I use? At the end of this lab participants should be able to unblock a blocked cat. They should also be able to answer all the questions above. Finally, they will never be afraid to perform a urethrostomy.

BEHAVIOUR MODIFICATION TECHNIQUES IN CANINE BEHAVIOURAL MEDICINE Become familiar with the basic concepts of behaviour modification. Learn practical tips and techniques including desensitization and counterconditioning. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J. Fatjo , Dr. R. Casey , Dr. P. Calvo DATE: Saturday- 3th Oct. - 10,00h.-14,00h. VENUE: Fira - SEVC Venue (Room 11 and 12) (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 150€ (100€ If you are also registered to the SEVC Scientific Programme) The prevention and treatment of most canine behaviour problems should include the use of basic behaviour modification techniques. During the last decades the use of punishment, negative reinforcement and flooding has been progressively replaced by more effective and welfare-friendly techniques, like desensitization and counter-conditioning. Systematic desensitization (including counter-conditioning) and differential positive reinforcement are the behaviour modification techniques most commonly used in the prevention and treatment of a wide range of behaviour problems, including social phobias, aggression and thunderstorm phobias. Also, training exercises based on gradual exposure to potentially aversive situations are extensively included in puppy seminars. After a very brief theoretical introduction, the lab will concentrate on making the clinician familiar with the practical tips and pitfalls related to the use of the aforementioned behaviour modification techniques. Participants will be teamed up in groups of three people and will work with dogs adopted from a rescue center in the area of Barcelona. For the safety of participants, no dogs with a known history of aggression towards people will be allowed.

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SEVC International Nursing Programme FRIDAY, 2 October

The SEVC International Nursing Programme is becoming one of the largest Nursing Programmes in Europe. Over 250 Nurses from all over the world come every year to enjoy 2 and 1/2 days of special programme with the latest news in Veterinary Nursing.

SATURDAY, 3 October

SUNDAY, 4 October

ROOM

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)

MODERATORS

Dr. A. Diaz (M) Dr. J. Berganzo (A)

Dr. E. Moya (M) Dr. J. Silva (A)

Dr. A. Somaza (M)

8.30 - 9.25

9.30 - 9.55

Osteoarthritis in Dogs and Cats: How You Can Help Dr. N. Loes

12.00 - 12.55

13.00 - 14.30

Pseudopregnancy Dr. J. Arus

Nurses in UK Dr. S. Indurain

Probiotics: Healthy From the Inside Out Dr. N. Loes

How to Improve the Practice Being a Nurse Dr. D. McCornick

PEPAS Dr. J. Marin

Population Control Dr. R. Bucther

LUNCH BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

14.30 - 15.25

Oncology. The Work Starts at the Reception Desk Dr. J. Gine

15.30 - 16.25

Good advices and nice words Dr. J. Gine

16.30 - 17.30

Nutrition and Disease in Small Mammals & Exotic Pets Dr. M. Willie

8.30 - 9.25

Common Endocrine Disorders in Dogs and Cats Dr. M. Willie

9.30 - 10.25

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

10.00 - 11.00

11.00 - 11.55

Uterine, Vaginal and Vulvar Pathology Dr.S. Marti

Leadership and veterinary working teams Dr. J. Marin How to Use Different Catheters Dr. S. Robertson

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition

17.30 - 18.25

Supplements: What Nurses Need to Know Dr. N. Loes

18.30 - 18.55

Management of the Difficult Client Dr. P. Moreau

Controlling Infection in the Clinic Dr. S. Indurain

COFFEE BREAK Visit SEVC Exhibition Management of Common Endocrine Disorders by the Nurse and at Home Dr. S. Indurain Basic Hospital Care of Small Mammals and Other Exotic Pets Dr. M. Willie

10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25

12.25 - 13.30


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SEVC SOCIAL PROGRAMME Barcelona! Barcelona Turism Information Point!

Barcelona offers you very interesting options for every period of the year. Make the most of the summer sunshine and take a stroll along Barcelona's beaches and through its parks. Discover the most important exhibitions and do a spot of shopping. And discover the seasonal cuisine, and see a dolphin, and experience nature with Gaudí… Do you need any more ideas? Find all the Tourist information you may need from Barcelona at the “Barcelona Tourism Information Point!” placed in “Plaza España”, next to the SEVC Venue.

Barcelona Magic Fountains!

Barcelona’s biggest ornamental fountain, which was built in 1929 for the International Exhibition, offers a spectacular display of music, water acrobatics and lights which generate over 50 kinds of shades and hues. The Montjuïc Magic Fountain has become one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions and is where the “Piromusical” is held, a true balletic spectacle of water and light. Show Times: From 1st October Barcelona Magic Fountains will do a show every 30 minutes from 19 to 21,30, Fridays and Sundays.

MNAC Museum!

The Palau Nacional, the emblematic building of the 1929 International Exhibition, is the home of the Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya. It is situated on the mountain of Montjuïc, a privileged site from where you can enjoy a magnificent and unique view of the city of Barcelona.

SEVC Golf Open Third International Veterinary Golf Trophy! 28th to 30th September PGA Golf of Catalunya (Girona)

Enjoy the green!

.Enjoy with your colleagues your two passions; golf and veterinary medicine! . Play in one of the best Conditioned Golf Courses in Spain. . Share 2 days of Tourney and compete with other countries in teams.

POSTER PRESENTATION BY THE AUTHORS AND FINAL EVALUATION Saturday 3rd Oct. 19,00h-20,00h. Poster Area (Pavilion 8)

Come ask the authors about their research! All posters authors are asked to be present for questions and evaluation to chose the best Posters while you enjoy a glass of Spanish wine!


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SEVC SOCIAL PROGRAMME

SEVC Catering! COMPLIMENTARY CAFÉ

Help yourself in the complimentary coffee areas open throughout the Conference in Pavilion 8 (from 10:00am-11:30am and 2:30pm-6:30pm). Tea, coffee, orange juice and still water will be served. Muffins and fruit will also be available during Conference Coffee Breaks.

LUNCH TRAYS

All conference delegates get two vouchers at the Check-in Point at Pavilion 5 when registering. One is for Friday’s lunch and one for Saturday’s. Exchange these vouchers at any of the five lunch points located within Pavilion 8 between 1pm and 3pm. Vegetarian Lunch trays: If you have not asked for your vegetarian meal during your online registration, please ask for Ticket exchanges at the Registration Desks in the hall in Pavilion 5. Extra lunch tickets area available at Resgistration Desks for only 15€.

CASH BAR

There will be a bar open from Friday to Sunday during Exhibition Area opening hours. The bar only accepts cash, lunch vouchers will not be accepted.

Grand SEVC Fiesta! Saturday 3rd Oct. (21,30h.) Z6 (Fira de Barcelona-Montjuic)

Free entrance for SEVC Delegates!

One thing Spain is famous for is its “Fiesta”. Every year the SEVC invites all Conference delegates to its annual “Grand SEVC Fiesta”. Enjoy a typical Spanish Fiesta with Live Shows, Spanish Tapas food, beverages and music to dance through the night. This year the Fiesta will take place close to the conference venue, right in front of the Magic Fountains of Montjuïc. DON’T MISS OUT!

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Niko Costello back at SEVC! Incredible artist, who has made people from all over the world stand up on their feet for over an hour! This year he comes to make us all have fun till late! Born in Argentina, Niko Costello has worked in Radio and Television for the last 15 years. He became famous in Spain as one of the winners of the TV show “Tú si que vales” (the Spanish version of “Britan’s got talent”) thanks to his version of the song “We are the world” where he interprets over 15 different voices. WILL YOU MISS IT?

It is compulsory to bring the Party Invitation to enter the Grand SEVC Fiesta. Non Conference delegates can buy their tickets at SEVC “Registration Desk” (30€).

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