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Final Programme 2011

29 September - 2 October, 2011 Fira de Barcelona (Montju誰c)

Barcelona, SPAIN

Where vets meet in Europe!

www.sevc.info


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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

BARCELONA! Barcelona’s location on the Mediterranean coast assures a warm, welcoming climate with pleasant temperatures all year round. The city boasts more than 5 kilometres of beaches, an Olympic marina, open-air restaurants, famous stores for shopping, and many street cafes. Absorb Barcelona’s wonderful history and bohemian atmosphere. Walk through the Gothic Quarter, one of the world’s best-preserved medieval areas, and the Ribera and Raval districts. The bustling streets and neighborhoods can be easily explored by bus, by bicycle or on foot. Of course, if Barcelona is famous for any one thing, it is its buildings. Take the time to admire the city’s architectural masterpieces such as the Sagrada Familia and La Pedrera, created by Antoni Gaudi and other architects, and soak up Modernisme, the city’s home-grown Art Nouveau movement and all that Barcelona has to offer. Barcelona Tourism Information Point! Barcelona offers you many interesting choices for every season of the year. Make the most of the end-of-summer sunshine; stroll on Barcelona’s beaches and through its parks; see world-class art exhibits and shop in world-class stores; enjoy unique seasonal cuisine and Gaudi’s unique architecture. Do you need any more reasons? Find all the Tourist information you may need about Barcelona at the “Barcelona Tourism Information Point!” placed in “Plaza España,” next to the SEVC Venue. Barcelona Magic Fountains! Barcelona’s biggest ornamental fountain, built in 1929 for the International Exhibition, offers a spectacular display of music, water acrobatics and lights in more than 50 colors. The fountain, one of the city’s most popular attractions, is the home of the “Piromusical,” a ballet-like spectacle of water and light. You can see the show from 1 October, every 30 minutes from 19 to 21.30h, Fridays and Sundays. MNAC Museum! The Palau Nacional, the building that was the emblem of the 1929 International Exhibition, now houses the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. A magnificent, unparalleled view of Barcelona can be seen from its unique site on the mountain of Montjuic.

BARCELONA!


SEVC 2011!

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200 conferences! SCIENTIFIC

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Programme!

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WORKSHOPS!

SEVC 2011!

Southern European Veterinary Conference Since 2007, the SEVC has been building its reputation as a conference whose scientific programme provides an outstanding continuing education opportunity for veterinarians all over the world. Again in 2011, more than 200 lectures by more than 100 world-wide experts will cover every aspect of companion animal veterinary care from diagnosis to therapy, including specific topics such as anaesthesia, dentistry, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, emergency/critical care, neurology, ophthalmology and orthopaedics. The SEVC’s mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care in a professional, but fun, environment. This year’s social events will include the not-to-be-missed Grand SEVC Fiesta. Spanish and English are the SEVC’s official languages and simultaneous translation will be provided at all lectures. At some lectures, simultaneous translation into Portuguese, Russian and Polish will also be provided.

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research abstracts page 20

International

NURSING Programme!

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PARTNERS page 24

SOCIAL EVENTS! page 34


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COMMITTEES!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

COMMITTEES 2011! SPANISH NATIONAL COMMITTEE

RESEARCH ABSTRACTS CHAIRMEN SPAIN

Luca Bianchini (Italy, Greece, Israel, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey) Tibor Brauner (Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia and Czech Republic) Mark Johnston (UK and Ireland) Philippe Moreau (France and Switzerland) Andreas Müller (Germany and Austria) Richard Nap (Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg) Marek Wojtacki (Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia)

SPAIN

POLAND

GERMANY

FRANCE

CZECH REP.

ITALY

Rafael Molina Xavier Roura

SPAIN SPAIN

USA SPAIN SPAIN

ITALY SPAIN SPAIN FRANCE

SPAIN FRANCE

USA SPAIN SPAIN SPAIN

NORWAY

EUROPEAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE

USA

ESPAÑA

Colin Burrows, USA Rafael Molina, Spain Philippe Moreau, France Jordi Franch, Spain Richard Nap, The Netherlands David Senior, USA

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SPAIN

FRANCE

SPAIN

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME CHAIRMEN

SPAIN

Ana Rios (Madrid) (Chair) Simón Martí (Madrid) (Chair) Justo Berganzo Zaera (Navarra) Francisco Javier Birlanga Urban (Madrid) José Leonardo Camacho Cabeza (Huelva) Héctor Casas Escribano (Barcelona) MªIsabel Centeno Eizaguirre (Asturias) Pachi Clemente Vicario (Alicante) Rafael García Pellicer (Alicante) Francisco José García Ramón (Barcelona) Esteban Iglesias García-Conde (Asturias) Santos Jiménez Palacios (La Rioja) Luis Javier López Medina (Tenerife) Juan José Martínez Galdames (Vizcaya) José Alberto Montoya Alonso (Las Palmas) Sergio Moya García (Málaga) Ángel J. Rodríguez Peña (Segovia) Marc Sánchez Grau (Baleares) Sofia Sánchez Oliveira (Baleares) J. Carlos Seco Filgueira (A Coruña) Andrés Somaza Serantes (A Coruña) Gonzalo Valle Fonck (Zaragoza)

Maite Verde, SEVC 2011 President Artur Font Vicens Gimeno Rafael Molina Colin Burrows Jorge Guerrrero David Senior Joaquin Aragonés Philippe Moreau

Francisco Laredo - Pain Management and Anaesthesia Josep Maria Closa - Surgery Gary Ellison - Surgery Sarah Heath - Behaviour Xavier Manteca - Behaviour Maite Verde - Dermatology Chiara Noli - Dermatology Amalia Agut - Imaging Cristina Fragio - Emergency and Critical Care Isabelle Goy-Thollot - Emergency and Critical Care José Marín - Practice Management Philippe Moreau - Practice Management Guillermo Couto - Small Animal Medicine Artur Font - Small Animal Medicine Andy Sparkes - Feline Medicine Fidel San Roman - Dentistry Teresa Peña - Ophtalmology Ellen Bjerkaas - Ophthalmology Douglas Mader - Other Companion Animal Andrés Montesinos - Other Companion Animal Stuart Carmichael - Orthopaedics Juan Pablo Zaera - Orthopaedics

NURSING PROGRAMME CHAIRMEN SPAIN

FRANCE

SPAIN

USA

USA

USA

SPAIN

SPAIN

SPAIN

SPAIN

ORGANISING COMMITTEE

Enrique Barreneche


PRESIDENT’S WELCOME!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

Welcome to Barcelona! Dear colleagues, the 5th annual Southern European Veterinary Conference As you know, the 46th National Congress of AVEPA and held in Barcelona from 29 September to 2 October, 2011. . has been an extraordinary experience and a great honor This is my last year as president of the Congress and it

will be

Europe for e such an important scientific and technical meeting in We are very proud that in five years, the SEVC has becom come to ries count 5,000 veterinary professionals from more than 40 companion animal veterinarians. Every year, more than about by ted presen sia than 200 lectures, 11 workshops, and sympo the SEVC, where they can attend their choice of more 80 speakers covering14 specialties. 2011, a 30 For example, 200 abstracts will be presented at SEVC We are also proud of how we have grown in five years. percent increase from 2010. all for their le without our sponsors, and we wish to thank them We know that our success would not have been possib a and -Purin Nestle sponsors for 2011: Affinity, Elanco, Hill’s, Merial, enormous contributions. We especially thank our major Virbac. you will forward to welcoming you to Barcelona and we know that Please put the SEVC 2011 on your calendar now. We look enjoy your time in our exciting city. Sincerely yours, Maite Verde SEVC 2011 President

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GENERAL INFORMATION!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

SEVC Final Scientific Programme

Congratulations! If you have received this Final Programme, it is because you are attending the SEVC 2011. All the information relative to the Scientific Programme is in this booklet which has been designed to provide delegates with an overview of each day’s programme. 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 2011 registration desks are located in the entrance hall area at the Barcelona Congress Centre. Please collect your badge and documentation there. At the desks, you may ask any questions about the Conference or for on-site registration for the Scientific Programme, the International Nursing Programme, Workshops and social event. For your convenience, the desks will be open: Thursday, 29 September, 9.00 - 19.00h Friday, 30 September, 7.30 - 20.00h Saturday, 1 October, 7.30 - 20.00h Sunday, 2 October, 8.00 - 14.30h

SEVC Main Sponsor Welcome Desks

The main sponsors welcome desks (Affinity, Elanco, Hill’s, Merial, Nestle-Purina and Virbac) are located next to the registration desks. If you were registered by one of our main sponsors, please collect your badge at that sponsor’s desk.

Unattended Bagagge

Please do not leave your belongings unattended. SEVC will not be responsable for any lost items.

SEVC Registration Badges

Please take care of your registration badge and its holder. The badge provides access to not only the Conference Rooms but also the Exhibitors’ Area, and it authorises you to collect your Certificate of Attendance at the “Bayer Cyber Corner.” Each badge has a bar code that will be read by SEVC personnel when you enter these 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 Bags

Collect your conference bag along with your badge at the registration desk. This year’s bag is sponsored by “Advance by Affinity.” Each bag contains the SEVC Final Programme, the SEVC 2011 Proceedings CD, the 2012 Conference First Announcement, and other exhibitor information.

SEVC Speaker Room

This room is located upstairs on the second floor of the “Barcelona Congress Centre.” Only SEVC speakers and authorized personnel will have access to this room. The speaker room will be open the same time as the registration desks. Staff officials can be identified by their blue or white SEVC shirts. Any official will be happy to help you if you have any questions.

Simultaneous Translation Earphones

All rooms offer simultaneous translation into English and Spanish, as well as some other languages such as Polish, Russian and Portuguese within the small animal medicine room. You can collect your earphones at the designated tables. It is compulsory to leave a National Identification Card, Passport or 300€ in cash as a 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 the batteries to be recharged.

SEVC Conference Rooms

All rooms will be open for 5 minutes between lectures. All rooms will then be closed for privacy. A staff member will check delegates’ badges when they go in or out of the room. Rooms will be locked during coffee 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. The SEVC does not permit the recording of any lecture.


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SEVC Venue

SEVC Proceedings CD

Delegates will receive an SEVC Proceedings CD when collecting their documentation at the registration desks. The CD, which contains most of the Scientific and International Nursing programmes, as well as information about the speakers, is in both English and Spanish.

Fira de Barcelona - Montjuïc Avda. Mº Cristina s/n 08004 Barcelona SPAIN

Registration Check-in Desks Main Sponsor Welcome Desks Conference Rooms 1 to 12 Symposia Workshops

www.firabcn.es

Grand SEVC Fiesta!

Shuttle Service to UAB (Workshops)

Exhibition Hall Expo Check-in Desk Conference Rooms 14 and 15 Show Room Workshops

SEVC Certificates of Attendance

Collect your scientific or international nursing programme Certificates of Attendance at the Bayer Cyber Corner in the Exhibition Area next to the Bayer Healthcare booth. It is compulsory to show your SEVC registration badge. Other certificates can be collected at the registration desks.

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Free Internet connection is available at the Bayer Healthcare Cyber Corner in the Exhibition Area. Bring your own computer, plug into the ‘net and download the SEVC Scientific Proceedings. You can also print your own Certificate of Attendance.

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Metro

Plaza España

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Any questions? BLUE SEVC shirts will make it easy to identify all our staff members, who will be found in every conference room, at the registration desks and in the common areas. Check their “language ribbons” to see if they speak your language. Do not hesitate to ask any questions.

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PAVILION 5 FLOOR PLAN!

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Access to 3º floor

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Room 2 Access to 2º floor

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Access to Rooms 11 & 12

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Access to 2º floor

Access to 3º floor

Simultaneous Translation

Main Sponsors Welcome Desks VIRBAC

NESTLE PURINA

Access to 2º floor

SEVC Registration Desks

Access to 2º floor

Access to 2º floor

Room 1

Cloakroom

Room 9

Pavilion 5 Entrance

Conference rooms 14 and 15 are in Pavilion 8. (Check the floor plan on page 24.)

Access to 2º floor

Room 5


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Thursday, 29 September DERMATOLOGY

REHABILITATION

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 8 (Pavilion 5)

Otitis: The Basics Dr. C. Griffin

17.00 - 17.55

What’s Causing This Disastrous Ear Problem? Dr. C. Griffin

18.00 - 18.55

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 4B (Pavilion 5)

Dr. L. Gomez Arcos

Dr. F. Laredo

Dr. M.J. Fernández de Palacio USA

Dr. E. Saló

CARDIOPULMONARY

USA

ROOM MODERATOR (A)

ANAESTHESIA

What is Veterinary Rehabilitation and Why Should I Add it to My Practice? Dr. J. Van Dyke

Treating Acute Pain Dr. E. Clutton

Physical Therapy Diagnostic Techniques: What Can They Find That I Can Not? Dr. J. Van Dyke

Treating Chronic Pain Dr. M. Senior

Management of Acquired Heart Disease in the Dog Dr. J. Bonagura

State of the

Art

19.00 - 19.25

How I Treat

The BEST Treatment for Ear Disease Dr. C. Griffin

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in English

Physical Modalities in Rehabilitation. How LASER, E-Stim and Ultrasound, Oh, My! Dr. J. Van Dyke I Treat

How I Treat

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in Spanish*

(*Simultaneous Translation to English will be provided)

How to Control Intra-operative “Pain” Dr. E. Clutton

How I Treat

State

“How I Treat” Lecture

“State of the Art” Lecture

How I Treat

Congestive Heart Failure Dr. J. Bonagura

of the

Art

Speaker ‘s Country of Origin

NAVC Speaker

USA

Registration fees

The SEVC’s mission is to present the latest advances in animal care to the veterinary community in a professional, but fun, environment, offering more than 200 lectures by more than 100 world-wide experts.

USA

09.00-10.00 - Case Studies in Feline Ophthalmology. Teresa Peña (Barcelona, SPAIN) 10.00-10.30 - Cat Friendly Clinic – The New ISFM Standard. Andy Sparkes (ISFM, UK) 10.30-11.00 - Cat Friendly Clinic – A Practical Example. Diego Estaban (Barcelona, SPAIN) 11.00-11.30 - Coffee break 11.30-12.30 - Emerging Problems in Feline Orthopaedics. Sorrel Langley-Hobbs (Cambridge Vet School, UK) 12.30-13.00 - Permethrin Poisoning in Cats. Lara Boland (Bristol, UK) 13.00-13.30 - Pitfalls in Feline Emergency Care – Practical Tips. Amanda Boag (VetsNow, UK) 13.30-14.30 - Lunch break 14.30-15.00 - Management of Chronic Diarrhoea in Cats. Andy Sparkes (ISFM, UK) 15.00-15.30 - Management of Acute Upper Respiratory Tract Infections. Albert Lloret (Universidad de Barcelona, SPAIN) 15.30-16.00 - Urethral Blockage – How to Unblock the Blocked Cat. Amanda Boag (VetsNow, UK)

The SEVC Scientific Programme is aimed at all European veterinarians, particularly small animal and companion animal practitioners.

USA

Thursday, 29 September, 2011 Fira de Barcelona, SPAIN Scientific Programme

Current, practical, scientific information that can be applied immediately by practitioners!

USA

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SEVC 2011 SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

USA

International Society of Feline Medicine

USA

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME - Friday, 30 September! SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

FELINE MEDICINE

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

DERMATOLOGY

ORTHOPAEDICS

SYMPOSIUM

ROOM

Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 8 (Pavilion 5)

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

MODERATOR (M)

Dr. C. Melian

Dr. A. Lloret

Dr. A. Montesinos

Dr. C. Burrows

MODERATOR (M)

Dr. G. Machicote

Dr. J. Cairó

MODERATOR (A)

Dr. M. Wojtacki

Dr. D. Esteban

Dr. S. Moya

Dr. P. Moreau

MODERATOR (A)

Dr. M.I. Centeno

Dr. A. Luján

"Advanced management of canine leishmaniosis"

8.30 - 9.25

Diagnostic Approach to Feline Alopecia Dr. L. Navarro

Pyothorax in Cats Dr. G. Ellison

USA

USA

12.00 - 12.55 Canine and Feline Urolithiasis Dr. J. Westropp

New Insights on Renal Disease in Cats Dr. S. DiBartola

Diagnostic Value of Endoscopy in Practice with Reptiles Dr. Z. Knotek

Surgical Options to Manage the Dysplastic Dog Excluding Joint Replacement Dr. M. Ness

The Challenge of Methicillin Resistant Bacteria – Therapy 12.00 - 12.55 and Prevention Strategies Dr. D. Lloyd State

Total Hip Replacement – Techniques and Results State Dr. M. Ness of the

Application of Evidence-based Medicine in Clinical Practice Dr. A. Lloret

State of the

Art

Learn Dentistry with Clinical Cases of Periodontal Disease Dr. C. Gorrel

USA

What Every Team Member Should Know about Practice Management Dr. S. Grosdidier Cool Tools for Teams (Part I) Dr. S. Grosdidier

15.30 - 16.25

When Biopsy is Necessary: Two Clinical Cases Dr. L. Navarro

Cerebrovascular Accidents in the Dog Dr. L. Gaitero

Optimising Topical Antimicrobial Therapy Dr. D. Lloyd

Corticosteroids in the Treatment of CNS Diseases in the Dog Dr. L. Gaitero

19.00 - 19.25

Feline Ureterolithiasis Dr. J. Westropp

How I Treat

Bronchoalveolar Lavage in Cats Dr. A. Lloret

How I Treat

How I Treat

Dental Fractures Dr. C. Gorrel Dental Malocclusions Dr. I. Trobo

Cool Tools for Teams (Part II) Dr. S. Grosdidier

USA

How I Treat

USA

18.30 - 18.55

17.30 - 18.25

COFFEE BREAK

17.30 - 18.25

12.15 - CaniLeish®: Development of a new preventive tool – how do you produce a vaccine which really works? D. McGahie

14.40 - Results of efficacy testing with CaniLeish® – how does it perfom against high level natural challenge? C. Reme 14.55 - Practical use of CaniLeish® – what do I need to know to get the best from this new tool? D. McGahie 15.10 - How can I best treat clinical cases of canine leishmaniosis? Current guidelines. G.Miro 15.40 - Treatment was successful… What next? L. Ferrer 16.00 - Questions for the speakers

COFFEE BREAK

16.30 - 17.25

ITALY

16.30 - 17.25

Case-based Analysis of Blood Gases Dr. S. DiBartola

USA

Art

Learn Dentistry with Clinical Cases of Chronic Gingivostomatitis Dr. C. Gorrel

11.45 - Diagnosis of canine leishmaniosis: learning from difficult cases. L. Ferrer

14.30 - Results of safety trials with CaniLeish® – what can be expected? D. McGahie

NEUROLOGY

DENTISTRY

11.15 - Immunology of canine leishmaniosis – what do I have to know? F. Farinas

USA

USA

USA

Recent Developments in Diagnosis and Management of Interstitial Cystitis State Dr. J. Westropp of the

LUNCH BREAK

13.00 - 14.30

14.30 - 15.25

15.30 - 16.25

Art

11.00 - Update on the epidemiology of canine leishmaniosis in Southern Europe. G.Miro

LUNCH BREAK

LUNCH BREAK

Introduction to Fluid Therapy Dr. S. DiBartola

Traumatic Hip Dislocation Dr. J. P. Zaera

The Challenge of Methicillin Resistant Bacteria – 11.00 - 11.55 Pathogenesis of Infection and Diagnosis State of the Dr. D. Lloyd Art

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Communication. The Key to Sucess Dr. M. Opperman

How I Treat

COFFEE BREAK

Art

13.00 - 13.55

14.00 - 15.25

ITALY

USA USA

Contemporary Concepts in Veterinary Practice Management Dr. M. Opperman

Cataracts, Rabbits and Encephalitozoon Dr. J. Martorell

USA

COFFEE BREAK

11.00 - 11.55

10.00 - 11.00

Malassezia Dermatitis: Diagnosis and Therapy Dr. C. Noli

CANADA

How I Treat

How I Treat

CANADA

Feline Mammary Tumors Dr. D. Perez Alensa

Clinical Haematology and Plasmachemistry in Reptiles Dr. Z. Knotek

Implementing Internal Controls and How to Set Client Fees Dr. M. Opperman

9.30 - 9.55

Moderator: Dr. Maite Verde

Clinical Evaluation of the Problem Hip Dr. J. P. Zaera

18.30 - 18.55

Atopy with Cyclosporine Dr. C. Noli

How I Treat

Canine Demodicosis Dr. L. Navarro

What’s New in the Management of Intervertebral Disk Disease? Dr. D. Sánchez Masián How I Treat

Epilepsy Dr. L. Gaitero

CANADA

How I Treat

CZECH REP.

Hypothyroidism: How Do We Diagnose It? Dr. D. Perez Alenza

Art

CZECH REP.

USA

New Insights on Feline Cardiovascular Disease Dr. J. Bonagura

of the

Effective Motivation and Delegation Techniques Dr. M. Opperman

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

ROOM

USA

10.30 - 11.00

State

Standard Step and Challenging Cases in Reptilian Anaesthesia Dr. Z. Knotek

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)

CZECH REP.

9.30 - 10.25

Hyperadrenocorticism: Are We Overdiagnosing It? Dr. D. Perez Alenza

USA

8.30 - 9.25

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

The SEVC’s official languages are English and Spanish (simultaneous translation).


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME - Saturday, 1 October!

Dr. P. Clemente

Dr. J. Jiménez

Dr. C. Fragio

Dr. J. Marín

9.30 - 10.25

10.30 - 11.00

How I Treat

Pituitary-Dependent Hyperadrenocorticism: Trilostane or Something Else? Dr. D. Perez Alenza

Practical Approach to Small Mammal Skin Disease. Dr. J. Chitty

Anaesthesia and Analgesia for the Trauma Patient Dr. I. Álvarez

Cholecystitis in Ferrets How Dr. M. Ardiaca I Treat

How I Treat

The Anemic Cat with a Transfusion Dr. G. Couto

Financial Management Dr. M. Opperman

9.30 - Practical experience with pruritus cases and Comfortis. Dr. C. Griffin

Dr. J.P. Zaera

9.30 - 9.55

Disorders of Potassium Dr. S. DiBartola

13.00 - 13.55

of the

Art

All You Want to Know About Colloids Dr. A. Boag

How to Enhance your Practices Perception on Value Dr. S. Grosdidier and Dr. M. Opperman

USA

Urinary Incontinence Dr. J. Westropp Feline Diabetes Mellitus: Types and Treatment Dr. D. Perez Alenza

16.30 - 17.25

Ultrasound Tricks in Small Mammal Patients Dr. M. Ardiaca

Transfusion Trigger for Different Blood Products Dr. A. Boag

Ultrasound Tricks in Avian Patients Dr. M. Ardiaca

How to Perfuse/Transfuse my Trauma Patient Dr. A. Boag

of the

Art

Surgical Flaps and Grafts for Wound Reconstruction Dr. L. Papazoglou

12.00 - 12.55

The VAC a New Revolution in Wound Care? Dr. G. Ellison

Adrenal “Incidentalomas” Dr. D. Perez Alenza

The Colon Obstipation in Reptiles Dr. Z. Knotek

How I Treat

CZECH REP.

How I Treat

How I Treat

Hyperemic Shock Dr. A. Boag

12.20 - Expert panel Q&A session. Dr. P. J. Bourdeau, Dr. C. Griffin, P. L. Ferrer, Dr. G. Miró, Dr. S. Holmstrom

Positioning Your Practice Dr. M. Moran Using the Whole Practice to Improve Compliance with Veterinary Recommendations Dr. M. Moran

State of the

Art

Creating an Effective Organisation for Your Practice Dr. M. Moran

Surgery for Mammary 15.30 - 16.25 Neoplasia in the Cat vs. the Dog Dr. L. Papazoglou

Stifle Dislocation in the Dog Dr. B. Belae

Clinical Evaluation of Stifle Lameness in Dogs Dr. M. Ness Arthroscopic Evaluation and Surgery of the Stifle Dr. B. Beale

Surgical Management of Cruciate Disease: A Review Dr. B. Beale Outcome Evaluation of Surgical Cruciate Management Dr. M. Ness

COFFEE BREAK

16.30 - 17.25

18.30 - 18.55

How I Treat

LUNCH BREAK

13.00 - 14.30

17.30 - 18.25

Collateral Ligament Injuries: Identification and Management Dr. B. Beale

COFFEE BREAK

Sterilization Procedures in the Bitch: Open vs. 14.30 - 15.25 Laparoscopic? Dr. J. Kirpensteijn

COFFEE BREAK

17.30 - 18.25

12.00 - A novel approach to flea control. Dr. S. Holmstrom

13.00 - Putting flea control back into (your) practice. Dr. E. Ward

State

LUNCH BREAK

15.30 - 16.25

19.00 - 19.25

State

The use of Nebulisation in Avial Respiratory Disease. Dr. J. Chitty

14.00 - 15.25

18.30 - 18.55

Thoracic Trauma and Respiratory Distress Dr. A. Boag

USA

Diabetes Mellitus in the Avian Patient Dr. A. Montesinos

Laryngeal Paralysis Dr. L. Papazoglou

GREECE

USA

USA

Practical Approach to Cancer: A Case-Based Discussion Dr. G. Couto

How I Treat

11.00 - 11.55 COFFEE BREAK

12.00 - 12.55

Practical Approaches to Airway Obstruction of Brachycephalic Breeds Dr. L. Papazoglou

10.00 - 11.00

10.30 - Control of FAD or New strategies for the control of FAD. Prof. L. Ferrer

COFFEE BREAK

11.00 - 11.55

Dr. R. Nap

Dr. G. Ellison

8.30 - 9.25

Everybody’s Guide to Change Management Dr. S. Grosdidier

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

MODERATOR (A)

8.30 - Pruritus. Getting beneath the skin. Dr. C. Noli 9.00 - Fleas: scratching out the myth. Dr. Pr. P. J. Bourdeau

Room 8 (Pavilion 5) Dr. A. Basurco

Moderator: Dr. G. Miró

USA

Cranial Trauma Dr. S. Añor

USA

Pericardial Diseases in the Dog Dr. J. Bonagura

USA

8.30 - 9.25

Respiratory Disease in Rabbits Dr. J. Chitty

“A great leap forward – why a fresh look at flea control will boost your business”

ROOM MODERATOR (M)

USA

MODERATOR (A)

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

USA

Dr. J. Guerrero

Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation for the Practitioner Dr. G. Couto

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)

Surgical Management of Tumors of the External Genitalia in the Dog Dr. J. Kirpensteijn How I Treat

Mast Cell Tumors Dr. J. Kirpensteijn

Injuries to the Hock Joint: Identification and Management Dr. J. Innes How I Treat

Achilles Tendon Ruptures Dr. J. Innes

USA

Dr. I. Goy-Thollot

USA

Dr. J. Martorell

ORTHOPAEDICS

GREECE

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

SURGERY

GREECE

Room 7 (Pavilion 5) Dr. G. Santamarina / Dr. M. Suárez

USA

ROOM MODERATOR (M)

SYMPOSIUM

GREECE

Sala 14 (Pavilion 8)

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

USA

EMERGENCY CRITICAL CARE

THE NETHERLANDS

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

THE NETHERLANDS

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

THE NETHERLANDS

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

USA

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The SEVC’s official languages are English and Spanish (simultaneous translation).


SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME - Sunday, 2 October! SURGERY ROOM

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

MODERATOR (M)

Dr. J.M. Closa

ANAESTHESIA

BEHAVIOUR

Room 15 (Pavilion 8) Dr. I. Álvarez

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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011 OPHTHALMOLOGY

MEDICINE

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)

Dr. V. Coll

Dr. T. Peña / Dr. R. García Pellicer

Dr. G. Santamarina

Dr. E. Barreneche

of the

Art

Dealing with Anxious and Aggressive Pets in the Veterinary Practice Dr. K. Seksel

USA

AUSTRALIA

AUSTRIA

Differential Diagnosis for Uveitis Clinical Signs Dr. B. Nell

Canine and Feline Urinary Tract Infections Dr. J. Westropp

90 Days to Perfection, A Week by Week Guide to Training New Staff Members Dr. E. Ward

USA

Ventilating the Anaesthetized Patient: Pros and Cons Dr. M. Senior

State

Business Tendencies in Veterinary Centers Dr. P. Mercader

Advanced Minimally Invasive Diagnostics and Therapeutics for Lower Urinary Treat Disorders of Cats and Dogs Dr. J. Westropp USA

Art

Clinical Signs of Uveitis – How to Diagnosis It Dr. B. Nell

AUSTRIA

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Anxiety, Fear and Phobia – What’s the Difference and Does it Matter? Dr. K. Seksel

AUSTRALIA

Surgical Management of Intestinal Tumors in the Dog and Cat Dr. J. Kirpensteijn

State

Breathing Systems: How to Choose Dr. E. Clutton

Treating the Most Frequent Complications in Anaesthesia Dr. M. Senior

Top 10 Behaviour Myths that Will Kill Your Patients Dr. K. Seksel

SEVC PRACTICE MANAGEMENT PROGRAMME!

What’s New on Tick Borne Diseases? Dr. G. Couto

Uveitis in Cats – Which Systemic Diseases can Produce Them? Dr. M. Leiva Uveitis in Dogs – Which Systemic Diseases Can Produce Them? Dr. M. Leiva

Protein Losing Nephropathy Dr. S. DiBartola State of the

Art

Four Staples of a Successful Practice Dr. E. Ward I’m Sick and Tired of Being Sick and Tired: Change your Life in 30 Minutes a Day Dr. E. Ward

WIN an iPod!

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USA

Anxiety Problems in Dogs: Diagnosis and Treatment Dr. P. Hernandez

USA

Splenic and Hepatic Surgery for the Practitioner Dr. G. Ellison

Anaesthesia and Monitoring in Patients with Respiratory Compromise Dr. E. Clutton

USA

12.30 - 13.25

THE NETHERLANDS

Emergencies caused by abdominal bleeming from liver and spleen Dr. J. Kirpensteijn

USA

11.30 - 12.25

USA

COFFEE BREAK

10.30 - 11.30

AUSTRALIA

9.30 - 10.25

Reducing Your Complications with Small Intestinal Surgery Dr. G. Ellison

THE NETHERLANDS

8.30 - 9.25

USA

MODERATOR (A)


WORKSHOPS!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

ENHANCE YOUR PRACTICE SKILLS! The SEVC’s workshops are another unique feature that enable delegates to gain hands-on lab experience and learn new techniques by working in small groups (no more than 20) with world-class instructors using the latest equipment on the market. The workshops will be presented in English, but instructors will provide assistance with other languages.

Know how to successfully manage one of the most frequent orthopaedic problems in the dog. This course will introduce participants to the latest techniques used to stabilize the stifle in dogs with a tear of the cranial cruciate ligament. Short lectures will be presented on decision-making; diagnosis (partial and complete tears); surgical approach; and surgical techniques, including extracapsular repair, and TPLO and TTA techniques. Participants in small groups will perform an extracapsular repair and TPLO on cadavers, thus learning surgical approaches and two of the most common techniques used to stabilize the cruciate-deficient stifle.

Registration for the workshops does not require registration for the SEVC Scientific Programme.

The SEVC workshops and laboratories adhere strictly to the ethical oversight directions and approval under Spanish regulations in their use of live animals. The number of animals used is always minimal. Every effort is made to avoid situations and procedures that would cause anxiety and pain in the animals, and appropriate sedation and analgesia are used whenever necessary. No animal will be euthanized to meet the needs of any SEVC workshop.

SEVC 2011 Workshops Main Sponsor

GREECE

DATE: Wednesday, 28 September 2011 TIME: 10.30 - 18.30h VENUE: UAB - Vet School PRICE: 700€ (600€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

SPAIN

Dr. B. Beale Dr. C. Macias Dr. D. Hulse

ULTRASONOGRAPHY IDENTIFICATION OF ABDOMINAL PATHOLOGIES. CLINICAL CASES.

SPAIN

USA SPAIN

SEVC 2011 WORKSHOPS!

SURGICAL OPTIONS FOR CRANIAL CRUCIATE LIGAMENT TEARS

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Dr. P. Mantis Dr. A. Agut Dr. R. Novellas

DATE: Thursday, 29 September 2011 TIME: 15.00 - 17.00h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 9 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 260€ (200€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Identification of abdominal pathologies made easy! Participants will acquire ultrasonographic interpretation skills and use the knowledge you gained if you attended the Canine Abdominal Ultrasonography lab. After a short introductory lecture, which, among other things, will cover how to write an accurate ultrasound report, delegates will work in pairs in computer workstations assessing the most frequently diagnosed cases using abdominal ultrasonography. The history, clinical findings, x-rays, etc., complemented with several videos of the ultrasonographic examination, will be provided in each case. At the end of the lab, each clinical case, and corresponding ultrasound report, will be discussed in groups with the guidance of the instructors.

ULTRASONOGRAPHY PACKAGE! SHUTTLE SERVICE TO UAB Wednesday, 28 September: Workshop: “Surgical options for cranial cruciate ligament tears” . Fira de Barcelona->UAB: 9.30h . UAB->Fira de Barcelona: 19.00h. Buses are for vets registered for the lab taking place in the UAB building only. The trip from the SEVC venue to UAB takes 1 hour.

Canine Abdominal... + Clinical Cases... 450€

(Package available only if you also register for the SEVC Scientific Programme)


WORKSHOPS!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

Dr. G. Couto Dr. J. Pastor

DATE: Thursday, 29 September 2011 TIME: 9.00 - 13.00h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 11 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 260€ (200€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Put your microscope to use! Learn how to make a diagnosis from blood smears by recognizing significant morphologic changes in a wide variety of blood-smear slides. A practical and interactive lab.

SPAIN

SPAIN

SPAIN

GREECE

CANINE ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY Dr. P. Mantis Dr. A. Agut Dr. Y. Espada Dr. R. Novellas

DATE: Thursday, 29 September 2011 TIME: 9.00 - 13.00h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 12 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 435€ (320€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Learn how to obtain high quality images to make accurate ultrasound diagnoses. In this hands-on lab with live dogs, participants will practise locating abdominal organs with the guidance of experts. This practical class with live dogs will teach participants basic abdominal ultrasonographic skills and ultrasound anatomy, with guidance and feedback from experts. Participants will work in groups of four and rotate through different stations where instructors will teach imaging of the major abdominal organs. Delegates will master ultrasonic imaging of the liver and spleen, left kidney and left adrenal gland, pancreas and right adrenal gland, intestine, mesenteric lymph nodes, bladder, prostate, medial iliac lymph nodes, uterus and ovaries, and the right intercostal approach to the liver and right kidney. At the end of the lab, delegates should be able to obtain suitable images of these organs.

Participants will learn how to read blood-smear preparations and obtain clinically useful information in small animals. After a short presentation of clinical cases showing how blood smears can provide additional diagnostic information, participants will observe preparations individually through their own microscope and learn how to make definitive diagnoses. When they have completed the lab, participants will be able to recognize the different cell types commonly encountered in blood smears and to identify pathologic changes, frequently occurring toxic changes, and infectious diseases of red blood cells, leukocytes and platelets.

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CYTOLOGY, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! USA

USA

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT BLOOD SMEARS, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK!

Dr. G. Couto Dr. J. Pastor

DATE: Thursday, 29 September 2011 TIME: 14.30 - 18.30h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 11 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 260€ (200€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Master the fundamentals of cytology and learn to make microscopic diagnoses in your practice! In this practical and interactive lab, participants will learn differential diagnoses, from inflammation to neoplasia, using cytological slides. This course will teach participants how to use a microscope to interpret cytological specimens from a wide range of tissues and to differentiate inflammation from neoplasia, as well as the specific types of neoplasia. Participants will review cases first with individual microscopes and then collectively with a videomicroscope. Brief presentations will be made prior to each group of cases to prepare participants for the changes on the slides that represent certain pathologies. Each participant will receive individual attention from the instructors during this interactive lab.

CYTOLOGY PACKAGE! Blood Smears... + Cytology... 320€

(Package available only if you also register for the SEVC Scientific Programme)

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WORKSHOPS!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

An opportunity to master a very useful tool! Working in small groups, you will practise thoracic radiology and improve your interpretation skills, with the guidance of experts. (Please note that pulmonary patterns will be taught in a separate lab.) Participants in this class will practise their radiographic interpretation skills of complex pathologies with the guidance of experts. Participants will examine radiographs and master a systematic approach to animals with a suspected thoracic pathology; understand which projections are helpful in certain clinical situations; and learn how to take radiographs without harming the animal. Using this case-based approach, the principles of interpreting thoracic radiographs and the potential and limitations of radiography in thoracic disease will be explained. On completion of this lab, participants will have a clearer understanding of the concepts of radiographic examination and the appearance of thoracic pathologies such as cardiac enlargement, pleural effusion and pneumothorax. (Please note that pulmonary patterns will be taught in a separate lab.)

RADIOLOGY PACKAGE! Pulmonary Patterns... + Thoracic Radiology... 150€

(Package available only if you also register for the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Dr. P. Mantis Dr. A. Agut Dr. R. Novellas

DATE: Friday, 30 September 2011 TIME: 17.30 - 19.30h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 11 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 200€ (120€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Make sense of pulmonary patterns, learn how to recognize them in context and use them to develop a ranking of differential diagnoses, and practise your x-ray interpretation skills! In this practical film-reading class, participants will learn to interpret pulmonary patterns to determine the location, severity and distribution of the pathology of the thoracic cavity. The workshop will begin with an introductory presentation regarding the most important radiological findings in identification of pulmonary patterns. Then, working in pairs in a computer workstation, attendees will evaluate clinical cases, presented together with the history of the patient, significant clinical findings and corresponding thoracic radiographs. Participants will practise their radiographic interpretation skills with guidance and feedback from experts. At the completion of the lab, participants will have a clearer understanding of this vital aspect of radiographic examination.

WHAT ARE THE HEART AND LUNGS TELLING US? MAKING THE MOST OF YOUR STETHOSCOPE. USA

GREECE

DATE: Friday, 30 September 2011 TIME: 11.00 - 13.00h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 11 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 200€ (120€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

SPAIN

Dr. P. Mantis Dr. A. Agut Dr. R. Novellas

PULMONARY PATTERNS: DO THEY HELP?

SPAIN

SPAIN

SPAIN

GREECE

CHALLENGING CASES IN THORACIC RADIOLOGY

Dr. J. Bonagura Dr. MJ. Fernández del Palacio

DATE: Saturday, 1 October 2011 TIME: 14.30 - 16.30h* VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 9 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 200€ (150€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

*This workshop is limited to 20 people. Depending on demand it may be repeted on the same day; Saturday, 1 October 2011 - 17.00 - 19.00h

An essential lab for mastering cardiac and respiratory auscultation. The stethoscope is one of the most obvious images of a medical professional, but many veterinarians do not know how to make optimal use of this instrument. In this lab, recorded and simulated heart and breathing sounds will be used to teach how to assess small animals with cardiac and respiratory diseases. Participants will be presented with brief case histories and associated sound recordings and asked to consider the likely causes, differential diagnoses and follow-up diagnostic tests. Both congenital and acquired cardiac diseases will be considered, with emphasis on interpreting the significance of specific sounds and murmurs within the clinical context. Breathing sounds typical of upper and lower airway diseases will be heard, with emphasis on establishing the anatomic level of respiratory disease. Participants will leave this lab knowing how to make better use of their stethoscope, interpret the significance of murmurs and abnormal sounds, and apply this knowledge to their patients.


WORKSHOPS!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

Don´t lose this opportunity to update your knowledge on the emerging methods of physiotherapy, an essential specialty in today´s practice. This practical lab includes a morning and afternoon session using live dogs. It's highly recommended that participants attend the rehabilitation lectures scheduled in the main program on Thursday afternoon. The four-hour morning session will include an introductory lecture followed by an interactive session on physiotherapeutic diagnostic evaluations, which represents the crucial first steps in any successful rehabilitation program. Attendees will become familiar with the special tests used by physiotherapists to evaluate soft tissue impairments associated with orthopaedic disease and learn about the palpation of “covert” structures being introduced in an entirely new approach for evaluating the lame patient. Palpation skills will be complemented with the use of goniometers and girthometers to assess the patients for ROM (active and passive) and muscle strength and electrical stimulation. A final discussion on “Putting it All Together” using case-based examples for group discussion will close the morning session. The three-hour complementary afternoon session will be devoted to the use of modern physiotherapy equipment available today for the rehabilitation of dogs. The participants will have the chance to work with an underwater treadmil and learn the uses of therapeutic lasers, ultrasound, force plate and shock therapy. At the end of this rehabilitation lab, participants will know how to examine the dog’s muscles and joint control, make a diagnosis, and know the fundamentals of treating the problem using modern equipment, always keeping in mind that no therapeutic modality can be fully effective without an appropriate diagnosis.

AUSTRALIA

Dr. J. Godbold Jr.

SPAIN

Dr. G. del Pueyo

DATE: Saturday, 1 October 2011 TIME: 9.00 - 13.00h + 14.30 - 17.30h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 12 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 200€ (120€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

PUPPY SOCIALIZATION AND BASIC TRAINING. HOW TO IMPLEMENT THEM IN YOUR PRACTICE.

SPAIN

Dr. D. Prydie USA

USA

Dr. J. Van Dyke

SPAIN

PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATION OF PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATION IN DOGS

Dr. K. Seksel Dr. J. Fatjo Dr. P. Calvo

DATE: Saturday, 1 October 2011 TIME: 14.30 - 18.30h VENUE: Fira de Barcelona - Room 12 (Pavilion 5) PRICE: 200€ (120€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Make a difference in a dog's outlook on life and prevent future behavioural problems. Learn the important do's and don'ts of basic training and socialisation of puppies. The behaviour of a dog results from highly complex interactions between genetic predisposition and environmental influences. The effect of the environment is particularly important during the first weeks of postnatal development. An inadequate environment that does not fulfill a dog’s basic needs and improper training techniques increases the probability of the appearance of behavioural problems. This is the starting point of the so-called puppy seminars, which consist of structured programs offered by veterinary clinics with two main objectives: to allow puppies to interact and socialise with other puppies and people, and to teach owners early handling and training. Professionals (veterinarians, veterinary nurses or dog trainers) teaching these puppy classes should have not only a basic theoretical background on canine behaviour and training, but also some experience in the organisation and running of these seminars. The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate how to run a puppy seminar from a practical point of view. Discussion will include: general structure and timeline, materials, a catalogue of exercises, and ways to deal with the most common questions and comments. All key aspects of preventive behavioural medicine will be analysed and, whenever necessary, practised through hands-on exercises with dogs. At the end of the course, participants will be able to offer their clients a basic program for the prevention of behavioural problems in dogs.

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RESEARCH ABSTRACTS - POSTERS!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

ANESTESIA - ANAESTHESIA (CL86) Valoración clínica en flamencos rosados (Phoenicopterus ruber ruber) de la alfaxalona (ALFAXAN®) como anestésico inductor en aves. S Villaverde, O Martín-Jurado, R Garcia, J Benito, IA Gómez de Segura. (CL130) Anestesia en traqueoscopia y cirugía traqueal torácica en un Yorkshire. Amaya de Torre Martínez, Patricia de la Tova Lacambra, José Rodríguez Gómez. (CL133) Evaluación del uso clínico del protocolo alfaxan-morfina-sevoflurano en ovariohisterectomía en gatas. Pau Peláez Gorrea, Laura Miguel Pastor, María Marín Rubio, Iker Zorrilla Landeta, Rebeca Pérez Accino, Mireia García Roselló, María Luz Ortíz Gómez, José María Carrillo Poveda, Mónica Rubio Zaragoza. (CL195) Estudio retrospectivo de morbi-mortalidad anestésica en traumatología canina. Veronica Vieitez Muñoz, María Martín-Cuervo, Alfonso Gracia, Luis Javier Ezquerra. CARDIOLOGÍA - CARDIOLOGY (CL114) Válvula aórtica bicúspide: a proposito de un caso clinico. Raquel Picazo Alba, Pedro P. Esteve, Alvaro Lamas Oliveira, Monica Prieto Nogueira. (CL115) Complicaciones intraoperatorias asociadas a la presencia de posibles sinusoides en la pared libre del ventrículo derecho en dos perros con estenosis pulmonar grave. Pedro P Esteve, Alvaro Lamas-Oliveira, María José GM Piedras, Ana V. Montaña, Arantxa Aguirrebeña, Cristina Bausa, Beatriz Aguilar Salinas. (CL137) Tromboembolismo como causa de cojera anterior en un gato con cardiomiopatia hipertrofica. Raphael Sanders, Nadja Nachtwey. (CL159) Resonancia magnética cardiaca en el perro Beagle: estudio del ventrículo derecho. Inmaculada Diez Prieto, Belén García Rodríguez, Jose Ajenjo Silverio, Marta Regueiro Purriños, Carlos César Pérez García, Jose Manuel Gonzalo Orden. (CL189) Endocarditis Aortica. Luisa Arauzo Pelet, Gonzalo Valle Fonck, Alba Hernandez Piñon, Elena Aznar Lopez, Sonia Frances Zapata. (CL190) Displasia tricúspide en tres perros: correlaciones entre hallazgos ecocardiográficos y examen posmortem. M Josefa Fernández del Palacio, Jesús Talavera, Natalia Rodríguez. CIRUGÍA - SURGERY (CL12) Realización de un colgajo insular toracodorsal de patrón axial para la reconstrucción de un defecto de piel en extremidad anterior. 2 casos clínicos. Luis Riera, Pedro Pujol, Mar Fortuny, Miguel Omaña, Pedro P. Luna, Esteban Pujol. (CL13) CT scan based determination of optimal atlantoaxial ventral screw fixation in miniature dogs. Núria Vizcaíno Revés, Christina Stahl, Michael Stoffel, Franck Forterre. (CL14) Influence of Partial Lateral Corpectomy with and without hemilaminectomy on thoracolumbar canine stability: a biomechanical study. Núria Vizcaíno Revés, Alexander Buerki, Stephen Fergusson, Urs Geissbuehler, Franck Forterre. (CL15) Biomechanical evaluation of the stabilizing function of the atlantoaxial ligaments: a canine cadaveric study. Núria Vizcaíno Revés, Katrine Reber, Alexander Buerki, Michael Stoffel, Stephen Fergusson, Franck Forterre. (CL21) Realización de una ilecistoplastia tras cistectomía por necrosis vesical. Caso clínico. Luis Riera, Pedro Pujol, Mar Fortuny, Miguel Omaña, Pedro P. Luna, Esteban Pujol.

(CL41) Estudio retrospectivo en 300 perros con Síndrome Braquicefálico. Juan Carlos Cartagena Albertus, Sergio Moya Garcia, Ioana Duvaz, José Luis Fontalba Navas, Javier Engel Manchado, José Manuel Martinez Gomez-Rodulfo, Juan Ramon Granados Ortega, Angela Barca, Hammou Layachi. (CL45) Prosthetic material application in abdominal rupture of a pregnant cat. Hande Gurler, Ozlem Nisbet, Nilgun Gultiken. (CL88) Comunicacion vascular congenita entre V.Cava caudal y VColica Izquierda. Gonzalo Valle Fonck, Luisa Arauzo Pelet, Alba Hernandez Piñón, Sonia Francés Zapata, Elena Aznar López. (CL93) Unusual presentation of a patent urachus in a dog. Luis Feo Bernabe, Marta Planellas, Josep Pastor, Anna Andaluz. (CL112) Ligating the ovarian pedicles during canine ovariohysterectomy with a new absorbable device. Odd Viking Höglund, Ragnvi Hagman, Kerstin Olsson, Anne-Sofie Lagerstedt. (CL119) Pronóstico de Mastocitomas perineales/inguinales versus otras localizaciones en el perro tratados exclusivamente con cirugía. Ayla Del Romero Martinez, Pachi Clemente Vicario, Gerry Polton. (CL131) Anillos de PVC en el tratamiento quirúrgico del colapso traqueal torácico. Amaya de Torre Martínez, Amaia Unzueta Galarza, José Rodríguez Gómez. (CL135) Bilateral perineal hernia in a neutered male cat. Claire Broadhurst, Marta Planellas Bachs, Ignacio Durall Rivas, Jordi Franch Serracanta, Josep Pastor Milán, Carmen Díaz-Bertrana Sánchez. (CL155) Cistitis glandularis en un gato. Juana Dolores Carrillo Sanchez, Marta Soler Laguia, Eliseo Belda Mellado, Miguel Angel Gómez Sanchez, Antonio Bernabé Salazar, Amalia Agut Gimenez. (CL192) Comparison of lateral thoracotomy and median sternotomy in dogs and cats. Ludo Stegen, Kreb Anne, Bart Van Goethem, Alejandro Rubio-Guzman, Hilde De Rooster. (CL196) Prevalence of malignant and non-malignant disease in splenectomised dogs: a retrospective analysis of 101 cases (2001-2011) Alejandro Rubio-Guzman, Steven Pil, Ludo Stegen, Hilde de Rooster, Bart Van Goethem. (CL204) Total laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy in galg dogs. Ines Tenreiro Tavares, Javier Ezquerra, Federico Soria, Esther Morcillo, Nieves Pastor, Veronica Vieitez, Esmeralda Delgado. COMPORTAMIENTO - BEHAVIOUR (CL59) Ansiedad generalizada con agresividad y trastorno compulsivo en una gata. Rosario Galtier Vallejo, Bernadette Anzola Delgado, Miguel Ibañez Talegón. (CL183) Influencia del estrés en la valoración del comportamiento en albergues caninos. David José Menor Campos, Jose María Molleda Carbonell, Rocío López Rodríguez. CUIDADOS INTENSIVOS – INTENSIVE CARE (CL163) Estabilización de un paciente séptico por piometra mediante marsupialización. Inma Beas, Ana Avellaneda, Marta Blanchart, Josep Maria Closa. (CL193) Administración de Nutriflex Lipid® en perros con infección por Parvovirus. Estudio retrospectivo de 12 casos. Ignacio Mena Portero, Ana Cloquell Miro, Ruth Luque Mengíbar, Ana Ríos Boeta, Verónica Salazar Nussio.

DERMATOLOGÍA - DERMATOLOGY (CL23) Dermatitis acantolítica-pustular similar a un pénfigo foliáceo inducido por fármacos, en la zona de aplicación de un collar insecticida con Deltametrina-Trifenil fosfato (Scalibor®). Caso clínico. Ana María Ríos Boeta. (CL36) Feline trombiculiasis: a descriptive study. Anna Martí ollé, Jordi Cabré Cervelló, Isaac Casorrán Camblor. (CL81) In vitro compatability of Mometasone Furoate, Posaconazole and Orbifloxacin with several ear washes. John Hayes, Jiyue Zhang, Jay Brumfield, Linda J. I. Horspool, Allan Weingarten. (CL123) Toxic shock-like syndrome en un pug. Anna Bertran Casals, Ivan Ravera, Lluís Ferrer Caubet. (CL141) Atrofia de glándulas sebáceas asociada a la aplicación de un spot on para la profilaxis de las pulgas: ¿se trata de una reacción farmacológica adversa? Laura Fuentes Andreu, Laura Ordeix Esteve. (CL143) Actinomycosis cutánea y subcutánea: a propósito de un caso clínico inusual. Anna Teixidor Cullell, Laura Ordeix Esteve, Josep Mª Closa Boixeda. (CL184) Characterization of allergens from Tyrophagus putrescentiae implicated in Canine Atopic Dermatitis. Ana Mas, Enrique Fernández-Caldas, Javier Álvarez. DIAGNÓSTICO POR IMAGEN – DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (CL69) Características de la discospondilitis en resonáncia magnética: a propósito de 19 casos. Marc Cutrina Gallart, Ángeles Zamora Solà, Laura Lasheras Campos. (CL70) Uso de la resonáncia magnética en el diagnóstico de un quiste paraprostático con metaplasia ósea. Marc Cutrina Gallart, Ángeles Zamora Solà, Jordi Carbonell Domenech, Mireia Caballé Noguera, Laura Lasheras Campos. (CL96) Accuracy of two ventral approaches to block the femoral nerve in the Dog. Diego Fernando Echeverry Bonilla, Francisco Gínes Laredo Alvarez, Eliseo Belda Mellado, Marhta Soler Laguía, Francisco Gil Cano, Amalia Agut Giménez. (CL102) Hallazgos radiográficos y por tomografía computerizada en la displasia de codo canina. Aquilino Villamonte Chevalier, Marta Soler, Miriam Martínez, Agustina Ansón, Rafael Latorre, Amalia Agut. (CL161) Utilización de la resonancia magnética de alto campo como método complementario en la valoración y planificación quirúrgica de un lipoma apendicular canino. Fidel San Román-Llorens, Manuel García-Gomez, Nelson Orellana Jaimes, José Manuel Ajenjo-Silverio, Marta Regueiro-Purriños, Ivan Prada-Arean, Ricardo Lafarga, Beatriz Melo Alonso, Jose Antonio Rodriguez-Altonaga, José Manuel Gonzalo-Orden. (CL178) Modelos ecográficos de la enfermedad inflamatoria intestinal en el perro. Miriam Martinez, Maria del Mar Sempere, Agustina Anson, Marta Soler, Francisco J Pallares, Juan Seva, Amalia Agut. (CL199) Cuerpo extraño vegetal retrobulbar. Dificultades diagnósticas. Àngels Ribas López, Maria Dolores Torres Caballero, Daniel Sánchez Masian. (CL205) Quistes intracraneales diagnosticados por RM en dos gatos con serología positiva a inmunodeficiencia felina. Mario Encinoso Quintana, Alejandro Artiles Vizcaíno, Olivia Giménez Del Rosario, Natalia Domínguez Cabrera.

DIGESTIVO - DIGESTIVE (CL9) Prevalencia de Giardia sp. en gatos en centroeuropa. Miguel Galián Jiménez, Anton Heusinger, Elisabeth Muller. ENDOCRINOLOGÍA - ENDOCRINOLOGY (CL66) Hyperosmolar nonketotic diabetes mellitus secondary to hyperadrenocorticism in a dog: an unusual presentation. Rodolfo Oliveira Leal, Joana Almeida, Sofia Mouro, Tine Anthony Knudsen, Maria Manuela Rodeia Niza, Maria Teresa Villa de Brito. (CL76) Síndrome de Cushing complicado con diabetes mellitus en una perra mestiza. María Pardo Cortinas, Raquel Pizarro Marín, Marta Borobia Frías, Paloma Casas Pascual, Mª Carmen Marca Andrés, Araceli Loste Montoya. (CL89) Mixedema coma in a Pitbull dog. Paolo Silvestrini, Alice Rosi, Marco Pesaresi, Daniela Mignacca. (CL103) Evolución clínica y supervivencia en perros con hiperadrencocorticismo hipofisario tratados con radioterapia esterotáctica con Gamma-knife. Ana Vicente Montaña, Roberto Martínez, Carolina Arenas, Nuria Martínez, Germán Rey, Dolores Pérez Alenza. ENFERMEDADES INFECCIOSAS – INFECTIOUS DISEASES (CL11) Resistencia a antibióticos de Staphilococcus pseudintermedius resistentes y sensibles a la meticilina aislados en heridas en perro y gato. Martina Frank, Miguel Galián Jiménez, Birgit Hunsinger, Elisabeth Müller. (CL35) Interferon-ω therapy on feline immunodeficiency and leukemia infected stray cats: clinical improvement and control of concomitant viral excretion. Solange Gil, Rodolfo Leal, Ana Duarte, David Mcgahie, Inês Siborro, Joana Cravo, Clara Cartaxeiro, Maria Niza, Luís Tavares. (CL74) Canine distemper virus skin lesions in two dogs. Laura Ordeix i Esteve, Pedro Javier Sancho, Esteban Iglesias Garcia-Conde, Marta Perez Alonso, David Iglesias Garcia-Conde, Dolors Fondevila. (CL79) Occurrence of Giardia and Cryptosporidium in dogs. Maria Goldova, Alexandra Valencakova, Jana Mojzisova, Monika Halanova, Valeria Letkova, Petra Ravaszova. (CL116) Occurence of antibodies against canine herpesvirus in Slovakia and evaluation of nonspecific immune parameters in positive dogs. Jana Mojžišová, Peter Smrčo, Mária Goldová, Boris Vojtek, Lucia Bečárová. (CL117) Criptococosis en un perro con leishmania. Ignacio Lopez Villalba, Rafael Zafra, Mº Rosario Fátima Garrido, Laura Callejón, Carmen Pineda, Elisa Diez, Ignacio García Bocanegra, J. Carlos Pizarro, Escolástico Aguilera Tejero. (CL120) Fascitis Necrotizante en un Gran Danés. Jaime Fernandez, Mª Dolores Tabar, Jaume Altimira, Javier Tabar. (CL150) Clinical efficacy of a domperidone-based treatment program for the prevention of canine leishmaniosis. Jorge Llinás Ceballos, Pablo Gómez-Ochoa, David Sabaté Elias, Josep Homedes Beguer, Lluís Ferrer Caubet. (CL166) Dermatitis piogranulomatosa por Mycobacterium avium en un gato. Diego Esteban Saltiveri, Martín Martí Illueca, Gemma Peyró Bernabeu. (CL170) Caso de Tripanosomiasis Africana canina en España. Joana Maria Bestard Fiol, Ana Avellaneda, Pilar Gurria, Anna Mur, Artur Font.

(CL171) Estudio seroepidemiológico de leucemia (FeLV) e inmunodeficiencia felina (FIV) en la región de murcia. Alfredo Recio Caride, Albert Lloret Roca, Josep Pastor Milan. (CL194) Miofascitis necrotizante por Streptococcus agalactiae en un perro bajo tratamiento inmunosupresor. Pachi Clemente Vicario, Joaquín Ortega, David Viana, Agustín Barragán, Ángel García Muñoz. (CL197) Estudio epidemiológico de thelaziosis canina en 91 perros en Valle del Jerte (Extremadura) y en Valle del Tormes (Ávila). Ramón González Jiménez, Ignacio Mena Portero, Ana Ríos Boeta, Verónica Sálazar Nussio. ENFERMEDADES RESPIRATORIAS – RESPIRATORY DISEASES (CL26) Miasis nasal producida por Oestrus ovis en un gato. Luis Riera, Pedro Pujol, Mar Fortuny, Miguel Omaña, Pedro P. Luna, Esteban Pujol, Pilar Barceló, Joaquim Castellà, Eva María Frontera. (CL129) Laceración de traquea espontánea en un gato con asma. Joaquin Albaladejo, Joaquin Albaladejo, Esteban Bastida Sotelo, Miguel Quiles Perez, Angeles Carrion Alias. GASTROENTEROLOGÍA GASTROENTEROLOGY (CL101) Presentación atípica de un carcinoma gástrico en un bulldog americano. Marta Torres, Ana Avellaneda, Josep Maria Closa, Artur Font. (CL109) Resolución endoscópica de una estenosis esofágica benigna severa en un gato. Eliane Gamonal Miranda. HEMATOLOGÍA - HAEMATOLOGY (CL198) Trombocitosis reactiva en el perro y en el gato en ausencia de hemorragia. Estudio retrospectivo sobre 101 casos diagnosticados en el Hospital Clínico de la Universidad Alfonso X el Sabio. Ana Cloquell Miró, Ignacio Mena Portro, Ruth Luque Mengíbar, Ana Rios Boeta. MEDICINA - MEDICINE (CL57) Linfoedema Primario. Miquel Laporta, Manu Bárcena. (CL68) Evaluación de un glucosímetro de uso humano para su empleo en el análisis de muestras caninas. Marta Borobia Frías, María Pardo Cortinas, Raquel Pizarro Marín, Paloma Casas Pascual, Araceli Loste Montoya, M.Carmen Marca Andrés. (CL83) Uso del carbonato de litio en un perro con hiperestrogenismo asociado a sertolinoma. Carlos Alagarda Cañas, Mª Dolores Tabar Rodriguez, Joaquin Pamies Alarcón. (CL97) Colelitiasis asociada a colangiocistitis infecciosa en un gato. Luis Sanz Hosta, Xavier Barnils Martínez, Hector Hernando Miguel del Corral, Amanda Pérez. (CL140) Utilidad clínica del inmunofenotipaje linfocitario en un caso de esplenomegalia, linfocitosis y eritropoyesis inefectiva en un gato europeo. Ignasi Lloveras Verdaguer, Manuela Cristina Vieira, Josep Pastor Milán, Albert Lloret Roca. (CL146) Supervivencia y factores pronóstico en 30 casos de anemia hemolítica inmunomediada primaria en perros. Cristina de la Cruz Santiago, Albert Lloret Roca, Josep Pastor Milán. (CL147) Carcinoma biliar y megaesófago en un perro. Antonio Melendez Lazo, Roberto José López, Josep Pastor Milán.


RESEARCH ABSTRACTS - POSTERS! (CL149) Pseudo-obstrucción intestinal secundaria a leiomiositis crónica difusa en un perro. Elena María Gutiérrez Moreno, Sara Soto Martín, Albert Lloret Roca. (CL191) Infección por Mycobacterium mageritense en una gata. Laura Parrinello, Alberto Marco, Lloreç Grau Roma, Ivan Ravera, Laura Santos Benito, Albert Lloret Roca. (CL200) Presentación Concurrente de Epistaxis e Hipertensión Sistémica en el Perro. Estudio de ocho casos clínicos. Ruth Luque Mengíbar, Ana Cloquell Miró, Ignacio Mena Portero, Ana María Ríos Boeta, Verónica Salazar Nussio. NEFROLOGÍA Y UROLOGÍA - NEPHROLOGY (CL62) Infección de las estructuras uracales en un cachorro de 2 meses y medio. Marta Pelach de Ribot, Nuria Martin, Maria Fernandez Villar, Javi Marco. NEUROLOGÍA - NEUROLOGY (CL48) Tratamiento quirúrgico de cavitaciones leptomeníngeas toracolumbares: tres casos clínicos. Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Daniel Sánchez Masián, Cristina Font Nonell, Joan Mascort Boixeda. (CL55) Cambios electrofisiológicos en un caso de neosporosis en un bulldog francés. Alfredo Recio Caride, Virginia Izura Azanza. (CL125) Intoxicación por fenilciclidina (PCP) en un perro. José Raúl Pedregosa Morales. (CL177) Recuperación clínica tras hipoperfusión cerebral severa en un perro. Cristina Font Nonell, Daniel Sánchez, Joan Mascort, Àngels Zamora, Alejandro Luján. (CL180) Tetraparesia aguda debida a una vasculitis secundaria a leishmania. Cristina Font Nonell, Joan Mascort, Daniel Sánchez, Marc Cutrina, Alejandro Luján. (CL181) Invasión vertebral por leishmania como causa de paraparesia ambulatoria. Cristina Font Nonell, Joan Mascort, Daniel Sánchez, Àngels Zamora, Alejandro Luján. (CL187) Disautonomía felina: a propósito de un caso clínico. Laura Hernando Megías, Mireia Martínez González. ODONTOLOGÍA - DENTISTRY (CL110) Tomografía computarizada de haz cónico en el diagnóstico de lesiones dentales resortivas en gatos y perros. Marcello Rodrigues da Roza, Mauricio Barriviera. (CL156) Bioscaffold use and estimation of its usefulness for treatment of pathologic defect of the hard palate mucosa in the do1. Grzegorz Sapikowski, Janusz Bizynski, Jarosław Popiel, Józef Nicpoń, Agnieszka Cekiera. OFTALMOLOGÍA - OPHTHALMOLOGY (CL10) Prevalencia de la mutación que causa atrofia progresiva de retina (prcd-PRA) en diversas razas de perros. Miguel Galián Jiménez, Christina Iff, Petra Kühnlein, Elisabeth Müller. (CL19) The in vitro effects of fusidic acid on real-time PCR assays used for the diagnosis of Feline herpesvirus 1 and Chlamydophila felis infections. Sergi Segarra, Kostas Papasouliotis, Chris Helps. (CL46) Degeneración retiniana asociada a enrofloxacina en un bosque de noruega. Joaquin Albaladejo Velasco. (CL108) Celulitis Orbitaria secundaria a episcleritis. Diagnóstico por resonancia magnética. Caso clínico. Mar Fortuny Giró, Pedro Pujol, Luis Riera, Miguel Omaña, Pedro Pujol. L, Esteban Pujol. (CL122) Leishmaniosis mucocutánea y ocular en un gato. Marina Suarez Soler, Natalia Escamilla Medina, Marta Leiva Repiso, Albert Lloret Roca, Teresa Peña Giménez.

ONCOLOGÍA - ONCOLOGY (CL42) Extirpación de un hemangiosarcoma de aurícula derecha y posterior protocolo quimioterápico VAC. 5 casos clínicos. Luis Riera, Pedro Pujol, Mar Fortuny, Miguel Omaña, Pedro P. Luna, Esteban Pujol. (CL47) Utilización de un protocolo de quimioterapia metronómica en un paciente con hemangiosarcoma de aurícula derecha y bazo. Jordi Exposito Rosales, Ramon Figols Rovira. (CL73) Estudio inmunohistoquímico de un linfoma cutáneo no epiteliotrópico con afectación de la glándula mamaria. Ruth Martín-Amores, Beatriz Blanco, Rafael Alejandro Pérez-Écija, Pedro José Ginel, Carmen Pineda, Ignacio López, Ana Isabel Raya. (CL75) Lingual osteoma in a dog. Mireia Fernàndez, Xavier Roura, Llorenç Grau Roma, Natàlia Majó. (CL85) Representación Gráfica de Mastocitemia en el Analizador Procyte de Idexx. Ricardo Ruano Barneda, Noemí Del Castillo Magán. (CL87) Carcinoma de células transicionales de la vejiga con sobreexpresión de COX-2 en un gato: Respuesta clínica a meloxicam adyuvante. Eva Rollón, Germán Santos, Alejandro Suárez-Bonet, Yolanda Millán, Antonio Espinosa de los Monteros, Juana Martin de las Mulas. (CL92) A case report of angioendotheliosis in a German shepherd. Amir Ashkan Mahjoor, Nima Sahraian. (CL99) Tumor miofibroblástico inflamatorio en una perra con efusión pleural eosinofílica. Maria Dolores Tabar, Gustavo Ramírez, Javier Tabar. (CL106) Imaging findings in canine malignant histiocytosis, and their correlation with cytological and pathological diagnosis. Sofia Helena Teixeira de Carvalho, Ana Lara-Garcia, Livia Benigni. (CL121) Limfoma y hemangiosarcoma concomitantes en un bullmastif. Yara López Sánchez, Jorge Martínez Martínez, Albert Lloret Roca. (CL126) Timoma quístico con metástasis en hígado y riñones en un gato común. Inmaculada Fernández Freiría, Germán Coscelli, Mónica López Peña, Ana Goicoa Valdevira, Mónica Vila Pastor. (CL151) Mixosarcoma subcutáneo congénito en la región maxilar en un perro. Judith Domenech Mellado, Laura Santos Benito, Jorge Martínez Martínez, Félix Ángel García Arnas, Albert Lloret Roca. (CL165) Eccrine spiradenoma in the dog. Jaroslaw Popiel, Grzegorz Sapikowski, Jozef Nicpon, Agnieszka Cekiera, Wojciech Rzeszutko, Marta Rzeszutko. (CL167) Carcinoma tiroideo ectópico como causa de taponamiento cardíaco en un perro. Laura Martínez Sogues, Iolanda Navalon Calvo. (CL188) Uso de un dispositivo de acceso implantable (Celsite, BBraun) en el manejo del derrame pleural por carcinomatosis. Pachi Clemente Vicario, Gaspar Soler Aracil, Lourdes Soriano Elio, Sandrine Könner Pérez. OTROS ANIMALES DE COMPAÑÍA – OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS (CL38) Splenic lymphoma with cerebellar metastasis in an African hedgehog ( Atelerix albiventris ). Ares Burballa, Jorge Martinez, Yvonne Espada, Jaime Martorell. (CL52) Outbreak of Influenza A in a pet ferret colony. Jordi Jiménez, Carles Juan-Sallés, Loli Caballero, Jorge Martínez, Natalia Majó, Nuria Busquets. (CL78) Síndrome vestibular periférico congénito en un hurón doméstico. Alfonso Moya Vázquez, Juan J. Mínguez Molina, Alfredo Recio Caride. (CL104) Resolución quirúrgica de una hernia abdominal recidivante en una Cacatua sulphurea mediante una malla de polipropileno. Anna Bertó García, Brian Speer, Geoffrey Olsen, Brenna Fitzgerald.

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

(CL144) Prevalence of Psittacine Beak and Feather Disease Virus in captive psittacines in Northeast Spain. João, MIMV Piçarra, Ferran, LV Bargalló, Jordi, LV, MSc Grífols, David, LV, MSc, Dipl ECZM (Herpethology) Perpiñan. (CL160) Comparación entre dos métodos de medida de hemoglobina en sangre de reptiles: método manual de solución de amonio y método semiautomático HemoCue®. Marina Cuesta Montaño, María Ardiaca García, Andrés Montesinos Barceló, Cristina Bonvehí Nadeu, Sara Barrera Estringana, Myriam Rodriguez López. (CL162) Utilidad de la Resonancia Magnética de Alto Campo en Pequeños Mamíferos. José Manuel Ajenjo-Silverio, Manuel García-Gómez, Fidel San Román-Llorens, Nelson Orellana Jaimes, Marta Regueiro-Purriños, Alicia E. Serantes Gómez, Israel Iglesias Rodriguez, Asunción Orden Recio, Felipe Fernández-Vazquez, José Manuel Gonzalo-Orden. (CL174) Colecistitis necrotizante crónica activa en un Ramphastos tucanus. Cristina Bonvehi Nadeu, Andrés Montesinos Barceló, María Ardiaca García, Sara Barrera Estringana, Marina Cuesta Montaño. (CL175) Presentación atípica de enfermedad adrenal en un hurón: hiperplasia y adenoma mamario en un caso de hiperprogesteronismo asociado a un adenocarcinoma adrenal. Laura Vilalta Solé, Antoni Ramis Salva, Jaime Martorell Montserrat. PATOLOGÍA - PATHOLOGY (CL34) Cytological Evaluation of Canine Mammary Tumours with Fine Needle Aspiration Biopsy Technique. Rifki Haziroglu, Banu Yardimci, Selim Aslan, M. Ziynet Yildirim, Nihat Yumusak, Hakki Beceriklisoy, Reha Agaoglu, Ibrahim Kucukaslan. (CL145) Determinación de proteína C - reactiva en perros con diferente titulación de anticuerpos frente a Leishmania. Raquel Peña Roman, Raquel Pato González, Yolanda Saco Rodríguez, Jordi Alberola Domingo, Alheli Rodriguez Cortes, Kirstin Kriz, Anna Bassols Teixidó. (CL148) Determinación de PCR en perros con SIRS mediante LifeAssays Canine CRP Test Kit®. Raquel Peña Roman, Raquel Pato González, Yolanda Saco Rodríguez, Carlos Torrente Artero, Lluis Bosch Lozano, Kirstin Kriz, Filiz Ibraimi, Anna Bassols Teixidó. (CL153) Helicobacter spp. colonization-related histological changes in the gastric mucosa of dogs and cats. Rute Canejo-Teixiera, Manuela Oliveira, Hugo Pissarra, Maria Manuela R. E. Niza, Cristina L. Vilela. REPRODUCCIÓN - REPRODUCTION (CL142) Luteoma en remanente ovárico en la especie canina. Ester Yarza, Bárbara Llamosas, M.Victoria Falceto, Jaime Graus, Felisa Martínez. (CL169) Spermatological Traits of Cat Semen Frozen in Pellets with Taurine Containing Tris Extender. Alper Baran, Ozen Banu Ozdas, Asiye Izem Sandal, Gul Bakirer, Kamber Demir, Serhat Alkan, Kemal Ak. TRAUMATOLOGÍA - ORTHOPAEDICS (CL50) Hemangiosarcoma óseo primario de la cabeza del femoral en un labrador retriever de 10 años. Luis Hortells García, Ignacio Durall Rivas, Jordi Franch Serracanta, Pedro Fontecha Umaña, Maria del Carmen Diaz-Bertrana Sanchez. (CL53) Osificacion incompleta condilo humeral y presencia de fragmentación del proceso coronoides. Jose Javier Gonzalez Sanchez, Cristobal Frias Rides, Pilar Carranza-Perez Tinao, Fatima Camacho Lara, Juan Leis Bello.

(CL58) Management of juxta-articular long bone fractures in dogs with circular - semicircular hybrid external skeletal fixators. Cenk Yardimci, Ahmet Ozak, Hatice Ozlem Nisbet. (CL60) Epifisiolisis bilateral del calcáneo en una Doberman de 6 meses. Marta Pelach de Ribot, Josep Font Grau, Olimpia Sánchez Niewiedziala, Raul Altuzarra Fernandez. (CL67) Management of femoral fractures in dogs with unilateral semicircular external skeletal fixator-intramedullary pin tie-in configurations. Ahmet Ozak, Cenk Yardimci, Hatice Ozlem Nisbet. (CL128) Treatment of bilateral congenital flexural and torsional hind limb deformity with mini-vetfix external skeletal fixation system in a cat. Cenk Yardimci, Ahmet Ozak, Hatice Ozlem Nisbet. (CL139) Atypical skeletal findings associated to pituitary dwarfism in a Greyhound puppy. Albert Barba, Jordi Franch, Rosa López, Silvia Liberti, Pedro Fontecha, Dídac Domingo, Ignacio Durall, Carmen Díaz-Bertrana.

Presentation of Posters! Friday, 30 September, 19.00 - 19.45h

Fira de Barcelona - Pavilion 8 Ask the authors about their research! All poster authors will be present to answer all your questions while you enjoy a glass of Spanish wine!

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INTERNATIONAL NURSING PROGRAMME!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

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NURSING PROGRAMME!

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Dr. L. Camacho

Cytology: Clinical Pearls. G. Couto

How I treat

10.00 - 11.00

Care of the skin and coat of the atopic dog. L. Navarro How to choose a flea product for an allergic dog. L. Navarro

SPAIN

9.30 - 9.55

How to maximize the information from haemograms. G. Couto

USA

8.30 - 9.25

Thyroid and adrenal hormonal tests; which and how to perform them. M.D. Pérez Alenza Glycemia curves and care of the patient with ketoacidotic diabetes. M.D. Pérez Alenza

SPAIN

Room 4B (Pavilion 5)

Dr. S. Jiménez Palacio / Dr. A. Müller

SPAIN

Room 4B (Pavilion 5)

Dr. M. Sánchez Grau

USA

Room 4B (Pavilion 5)

8.30 - 9.25

9.30 - 10.25

COFFEE BREAK COFFEE BREAK

12.00 - 12.55

Prevention and treatment of periodontal diseases – The importance of the nurse. C. Gorrel

Let’s talk about it: Getting the Best Medical History from Your Clients. E. Ward

10.30 - 11.30

SPAIN

What happens when the door opens? Why front-staff matter most. E. Ward

USA

11.00 - 11.55

Oral examination and radiography. C. Gorrel

USA

11.30 - 12.25 Nursing and hospitalization of the exotic patient. M. Ardiaca

12.25 - 13.30

14.30 - 15.25

15.30 - 16.25

Conflicts with our clients and coworkers. How to solve them. E. Barreneche

USA

How to get a dream team from a group of people. The technician’s view. E. Barreneche

SPAIN

LUNCH BREAK

13.00 - 14.30

SPAIN

Promoting the Big Three: Dentistry, Obesity, and Senior care. E. Ward

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in English

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in Spanish*

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COFFEE BREAK

16.30 - 17.30

Lameness diagnosis. J.P. Zaera

17.30 - 18.25

18.30 - 18.55

How I treat

Bandages in orthopedics. J.P. Zaera

Treating lymphoma in cats and dogs: a practical approach. A. Lloret How I treat

Proper and safe administration of chemotherapeutic agents. A. Lloret

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Registration includes: . Two and a half days of lectures . Simultaneous translation into English . Free entry to the Exhibit Hall . Coffee and lunchens . Invitation to the Grand SEVC Fiesta!

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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

EXHIBITION HALL! EXHIBITION HALL WILL BE OPEN:

The SEVC provides an unrivalled opportunity for its delegates to learn the latest veterinary techniques and developments from expert lecturers; to network with colleagues in an international atmosphere; and to attend the Exhibition Hall that features more than 130 leading companion animal veterinary companies showcasing innovative products and services.

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MYDESAN

JPI

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VETOQUINOL

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EXAMION

LCA

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LA BOUVET

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MEDICAL PET SHIRT

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VET NOVA

KALIBO

IDEXX

PHYSIO

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GENIA

EVEREST

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VOBBRA

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KITVIA

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INSTRU VET-TEAM MEVET

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MEDI PROD

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ANDOVER 230

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RAL

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PURINA

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VETPLUS

ESAOTE

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FUJIFILM

PASSPORT!

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CANALVET

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BBRAUN

IBERAMIGO

224

IMPROVE

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AFFINITY

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DISTRIVET

VIRBAC

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BAYER

Q-SOFT

HV. Montenegro

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ELANCO

ESAVS

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ABCD

ISFM

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GOLD WAY

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TRAUMA VET

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LABOKLIN

GLOBAL UNIFORMS

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CVM

BIOIBERICA

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WINVET

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WILEY

KEIPER

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Press Room

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HENRY SCHEIN

HENRY SCHEIN

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CYBER CORNER

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EICKE URANOVET MEYER

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DR. GIMO

KARL STORZ

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BSAVA

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NAVC

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LUNCH AREA

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ASIS

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MULTIMEDICA

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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

Cyber Corner!

Catering!

Poster Area!

A free Internet cyber corner will be available at the Exhibition Hall. You’ll be able to download the SEVC Scientific Proceedings and print your own Certificate of Attendance!

Coffee: Attendees can enjoy complimentary coffee all day at the SEVC Exhibition Hall. During lecture breaks, fruit and sweets will also be served.

130 posters from Abstract Research presentations will be placed by the Exhibition Hall. Ask the authors about their research while enjoying a drink on Friday, 30 September, at 19.00h.

On Sunday, certificates will be available from the SEVC Secretary in Pavilion 5.

SEVC 2012 Passport !

NEW!

Lunch: All conference attendees will receive 2 lunch tickets to be exchanged at catering points in Pavilion 8 at the Exhibition Hall. Extra tickets can be bought from the SEVC secretary for20€.

TIP!

NEW!

Technical Information Point Here you can relax, surrounded by interesting information and all the news from the veterinary world.

All conference attendees will receive a passport. Ask for your VISAS at the different booths in the Exhibition Hall and enter the drawing for a free registration for SEVC 2012 and exhibitor’s International products. PASSPORT Travel with us and visit for SEVC 2012 exhibitors from 15 countries participating in this year’s SEVC. 18-21 October,

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PARTNERS AND EXHIBITORS LIST! 3M ESPAÑA A S.A Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Stetoscopes 3M Littmann Bandages: Vetrap,V Equisport,Sofcast. Tapes and First aid dressings: Micropore, Transpore,Durapore, Medipore,Tegaderm, Tegaderm+Pad ,Medipore + Pad, Wound Healing dressings Tegaderm. Protective Collars: 3M . Wound closure:Precise Staplers,Steri-Strip, Vetbond. Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena 19-25 - Madrid - 28027 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 913216000 - Fax: +34 913126963 email: aojeda@mmm.com website: www.mmm.com

AGROVETCONSULTING CJSC Activity area: Marketing, regulatory affairs AGROVETCONSULTING CJSC is a marketing agency based in Moscow (Russia) that organizes different events for veterinary specialists in CIS and renders services in registration and sertification of veterinary products, feed additives, disinfectants and disinsectants in Russian Federation and CIS. Russia - Moscow 111399 (RUSSIA) Tel: +7 4957429545 - Fax: +7 4957429545 email: natalia@agrovetconsult.com website: www.agrovetconsult.com

ABCD Activity area: Publications The ABCD is a group of veterinary scientists from all parts of Europe who meet in order to issue recommendations to practising veterinarians about feline infectious diseases and how to best prevent or manage them. EUROPE (EUROPEAN UNION) email: horzinek@gmail.com website: abcd-vets.org/

ALVEDIA Activity area: Diagnosis Alvedia is today one of the world's leaders in the production and marketing of blood typing tests for animals. The company discovers, develops, manufactures, and markets reliable and competitive tools in the field of feline and canine blood transfusion. 60 avenue Rockefeller - Lyon 69008 (FRANCE) Tel: +33 478380239 - Fax: +33 478939563 email: contact@alvediaVET.com website: www.alvedia.com

ANAVET Activity area: Miscellaneous: Asociación ANAVET, National Asociation of Veterinary Assistants. It's an asociation created for veterinary assistants who looks for a better profession and provides a quality education. You could share your experiences and take part of our courses. C/Maestro Ripoll, 8 – Madrid - 28006 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 622165049 email: anavet.asociacion@gmail.com website: www.anavet.com

ANGELO FRANCESCHINI S.R.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Angelo Franceschini S.r.l. Company has been founded in 1987 from the long experience in the Veterinary Field of Mr. Franceschini. The Company plays a role of Leadership in the Italian Market both for Production and Commercialisation of Veterinary products to our Customers. Via Ca' Ricchi n.15 - San Lazzaro Di Savena - 40068 (ITALY) Tel: +39 0516270333 - Fax: +39 0516270290 email: info@angelofranceschini.it website: www.angelofranceschini.com

AFFINITY PETCARE Activity area: Animal Nutrition Founded in Spain in 1963, Affinity Petcare leads the petfood industry in Spain and firmly supports the veterinary channel, offering our superpremium brand Advance and our portfolio of prescription diets Advance Veterinary Diets. Pl. Xavier Cugat, 2 Edificio D, 3ª Planta – Sant Cugat del Vallés - Barcelona - 08174 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934927000 - Fax: +34 934927001 email: dpalau@affinity-petcare.com website: www.advanceveterinary.com

ALVO ANIMAL Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic ALVO ANIMAL develops innovations for veterinary clinics, operating theaters, intensive care units, dissecting rooms, laboratories.We design and manufacture operating tables and lamps of different tipes,animal cage systems,therapeutic and rehabilitation baths.20 years experience in the market. ca. Poludniowa 21a - Smigiel 64-030 (POLAND) Tel: +48 655189849 - Fax: +48 655189856 email: alina.kubiak@alvo.pl website: www.alvo.pl

ANDOVER HEALTHCARE INC Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Andover Healthcare is a leading manufacturer of cohesive bandages for the animal health market. PetFlex® is a flexible, cohesive bandage with patented EasyTear® technology. Sweat and water-resistant, PetFlex is durable and non-constricting. Available in a variety of prints including PetPack, PawPack 9 Fanaras Drive - Salisbury - MS 09152 (USA) Tel: 01-978-645-0044 - Fax: 01-978-462-0003 email: sales@andoverhealthcare.com website: www.andoverhealthcare.com

ARTHREX VET SYSTEMS Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Arthrex Vet Systems is the veterinary department of Arthrex Medizinische Instrumente GmbH, based in Germany. Arthrex Vet Systems offers a varied product line for small and large animals, specially for the veterinary orthopaedic surgery. Augustinusstr. 11C - Frechen 50226 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 22 34 92 85 0 - Fax: +49 22 34 92 85 77 email: fiorella.gonzales@arthrex.de website: www.arthrexvetsystems.com


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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011 AVEPA Activity area: Miscellaneous: Asociación / Association AVEPA - Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association Offers veterinarians the best scientific and human education, looking for the professional excelence and thus contribute to improve animal welfare. Paseo de San Gervasio 46-48, E7 – Barcelona - 08022 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 932531522 - Fax: +34 934183879 email: secre@avepa.org website: ww.avepa.org

BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM Activity area: Pharmaceutical Boehringer Ingelheim: "Value through Innovation." We are a pharmaceutical company that bases its business strategy to enhance human values and technological advances to ensure innovation in all areas of the company to add value. Prat de la Riba s/n - St Cugat Del Vallés – Barcelona (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934045100 - Fax: +34 934045345 email: veterinaria@boehringer-ingelheim.com website: www.boehringer-ingelheim.com

DIMAVET S.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Dimavet S.L. ia a Company with over 20 years of experience dedicated to the distribution of animal health products, food and veterinary supplies. We manufacture furniture in stainless steel (cages, tables ...)You can visit us at www.dimavet.com C/ la orotava 55-57 - Málaga - 29006 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 952 33 92 60 - Fax: +34 952 33 10 34 email: dimavet@dimavet.com website: www.dimavet.com

ELANCO Activity area: Pharmaceutical Elanco Companion Animal Health is a new business unit dedicated to companion animals with the aim to build relations based on innovation and understanding, providing “Trusted Solutions” to veterinarians that provide value to practices and improve outcomes. Avda. de la Industria, 20 – Alcobendas – Madrid 28108 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 916635000 email: fernandez_vidal_jose_manuel@lilly.com website: www.elanco.com

B. BRAUN VETCARE SA Activity area: Pharmaceutical B.Braun VetCare SA was created in 2007 with the experience from more than 10 years of presence of the B.Braun Group in the veterinary market, where its constant works on research and development aim at finding innovative solutions for the new needs in animal health. Ctra. de Terrassa 121 – Rubí – Barcelona - 08191 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 935902234 - Fax: +34 935902255 email: iciar.tarancon@bbraun.com website: www.bbraun-veterinaria.es BAYER HEALTHCARE Activity area: Pharmaceutical Pharmaceutical laboratory dedicated to research, development and marketing of veterinary products for health and care of pets. Avda. Baix Llobregat 3-7 – St. Joan D'Espi - Barcelona 08970 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934956500 email: mascotas@bayer.com website: www.bayervet.net

BRITISH SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION Activity area: Education, congress, publications The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) exists to promote excellence in small animal practice through education and science. We will host the WSAVA/FECAVA/BSAVA World Congress on 12-15 April 2012. Visit booth 201 to find out about Congress, membership, BSAVA manuals and more. 1 Telford Way- Quedgeley - GL22AB (UK) Tel: +44 1452726700 - Fax: +44 1452726701 email: administration@bsava.com website: www.bsava.com CANALVET Activity area: TV ON-LINE A MEDIDA Online channel television, especialized in veterinary, specific to the waiting room of the veterinary centers. Tv tailored to each center, is customized making easy the communication of offers and services of each center, acting like an imprescindible marketing tool of the clinic. C/Peris i mencheta, 54 – Barcelona - 08032 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 935180740 - Fax: +34 935504464 email: mg@acticom.es website: www.canalvet.com

DISTRIVET S.A. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic We offer to the vet a global service to help manage the supplies in the surgery, both in animal health products and instruments and equipment, food and consumables, giving the vet greater convenience when managing purchases. Avda. Sta Eulalia 2 - Les Franqueses Del Vallès (SPAIN) Tel: +34 902365288 email: info@distrivet.es website: www.distrivettroy.com

ESAOTE ESPAÑA, S.A. Activity area: Diagnosis Esaote is one of the world’s leading producers of medical diagnostic systems. It is well established as a Europe-based leading ultrasound manufacturer and in MRI. Is also one of the main players in the sector of Information Technology for healthcare. C. San Sebastian, s/n, 2º - St. Just D’Esvern – Barcelona 08960 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934732090 - Fax: +34 934732042 email: info@esaote.es website: www.esaote.es

DOCTORGIMO Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Doctorgimo is a medical equipment, consumables and related products supplier for clinics and veterinary hospitals, medical professionals, schools and other businesses related to the animal health business. C/ Balbín 1 – Gijón – 33209 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 678881950 email: albertomartin@doctorgimo.es website: www.doctorgimo.es

ESAVS Activity area: Training and Education Intensive and practice oriented, post-graduate study programs and courses for the veterinary profession. An excellent Continuing Professional DEvelopment (CPD) is guaranteed by small groups of participants an practical workshops. Schadtengasse 2 - Birkenfeld 55765 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 67822329 - Fax: +49 67824314 email: info@esavs.org website: www.esavs.org

BIOIBERICA Activity area: Pharmaceutical Bioiberica is specialized in the investigation, manufacturing and commercialization of biomolecules for pharmaceuticals and veterinary industry. It is currently a worldwide leader in Chondroprotection and contributes to give solutions to Osteoarthritis and the hepato-digestive functionality in pets. Plaza Francesc Macia, 7, 8ª planta – Barcelona - 08029 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934904908 email: info@bioiberica.com website: www.bioiberica.com

CHEROKEE UNIFORMES Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic CHEROKEE is brand known worldwide for offering high standards scrubs full of comfort, style and fashion without losing the functionality a scrub needs to have. CHEROKEE uniforms, America’s best selling scrub, is a trend maker brand that adapts the products to the customer’s needs. C/ Don Ramón de la Cruz 63. Local - Madrid (SPAIN) Tel: +34 913096039 - +34 933072229 email: contacto@globaluniforms.es website: www.globaluniforms.es

EICKEMEYER KG Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Eickemeyer - your specialist in the veterinary world! Since 50 year now we are dedicated to the well being of animals. Our product range includes all kinds of equipment for the state-of-the-art practice and hospital. Come and see us in Barcelona! Eltastrasse 8 - Tuttlingen 78532 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 7461 9658051 - Fax: +49 7461 9658091 email: export@eickemeyer.de website: www.eickemeyer.de

ESCCAP ESPAÑA European Scientific Counsel Companion animal Parasites; group of veterinarians all with recognised expertise in the field of parasitology. We are a not for profit organisation and , ESCCAP was founded to develop and promote control Guidelines for cats and dogs in Europe. FAC VET, Dpto. Sanidad Animal, UCM - Madrid 28040 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 609300371 email: verenablume@gmail.com website: www.esccap.org


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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011 EXAMION - A BUSINESS DIVISION OF ARZT & PRAXIS GMB Activity area: Diagnosis EXAMION® Group delivers the best DR and CR solutions for efficiently designed workflow for human and veterinary medicine, and mobile emergency solutions. Our x-ray equipment, software and workstations are easily coupled with each other and to any other periphery e.g. ultrasonic devices, CT, MRT. Maybachstr. 39 - Stuttgart 70469 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 711120002-0 - Fax: +49 711120002-20 email: info@examion.com website: www.examion.com FUJIFILM EUROPE GMBH SUCURSAL EN ESPAÑA Activity area: Diagnosis Fujifilm Europe GMBH Sucursal en España delivers technology solutions to meet the imaging and information needs of retailers, consumers, professionals and business customers. The Medical Systems division offers a product lineup specially designed for Veterinarians C/ Aragón 180 sn – Barcelona - 08011 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934511515 email: medicalmarketing@fujifilm.es website: www.fujifilm.es/

GOLDWAY US, INC. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Goldway US, Inc. is dedicated to the design, manufacture, and sales of the highest quality, cost-effective, veterinary-specific products for veterinary clinics, hospitals, and research facilities worldwide. 105 Remington Blvd - Suite A – Ronkonkoma - NY 11779 (USA) Tel: +1 6315846688 - Fax: +1 6315846699 email: info@goldwayus.com website: www.goldwayvet.com

HOSPITAL VETERINARIO MONTENEGRO Hospital Veterinario Montenegro is the responsible for the organization of the largest Portuguese Veterinary Congress. The Congress of the Hospital Veterinario Montenegro which counts with around 2000 delegates. Rua Pereira Reis 191 - Porto 4200 (PORTUGAL) email: congresso@hospvetmonteengro.com website: www.hospvetmontenegro.com

GRUPO ASIS Activity area: Publications Created in 1997, Grupo Asis is the first publishing agency specialised in the veterinary sector in Spain, with ample experience in carrying out veterinary publishing projects. The academic training of our staff (graduates in veterinary science) is the distinguishing trait of our company. C.E. El Trovador, planta 8, oficina I Plaza Antonio Beltrán Martínez, 1 - Zaragoza 50002 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 976461480 - Fax: +34 976423000 email: comercial@grupoasis.com website: www.grupoasis.com

IAVC Activity area: Asociación / Association International Academy of Veterinary Chiropractic - The primary goal of the IAVC is to offer the most comprehensive and current continuing professional development courses in animal chiropractic in Europe. Dorfstr.17 - Freetz 27419 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 4282590099 - Fax: +49 4282591852 email: info@i-a-v-c.com website: www.i-a-v-c.com

EUROVET VETERINARIA S.L. Activity area: Diagnosis Distributor veterinary reagents: Serology: ifi, elisa, immunocromatography, antibodies hematology: blood grouping, coagulation microbiology: culture medium molecular biology: pcr - rtpcr biochemistry: bile acids, fructosamine, bromide Avda. Cobeña, 17B - 1º B – Daganzo – Madrid - 28814 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 918841374 - Fax: +34 918875465 email: info@euroveterinaria.com website: www.euroveterinaria.com

GENIA Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Genia is a manufacturer and distributor of products for large and small animals for veterinary and pharmaceutical laboratories (injection, surgery, orthopedics, ...). We distribute our products in France and abroad: Europe, Latin America, USA, Asia. 12, rue J.F Champollion PA Le Pont Béranger – Saint Hilaire de Chaleons - 44680 (FRANCE) Tel: +33 0240032417 - Fax: +33 0240040169 email: genia@genia.fr website: www.genia.fr

HENRY SCHEIN Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Company with more than 18 years of experience in the distribution of all types of products for the veterinary clinic anywhere in Spain and in 24 hours, supported by a strong infrastructure worldwide. This has become the reference catalog. Avda. la albufera 153 – Madrid - 28038 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 900501050 - Fax: +34 900505050 email: ventasvet@henryschein.es website: www.henryschein.es

IBERAMIGO Activity area: Animal Nutrition National Company for Spain, the exclusive distributor of several leading brands of pet industry: feeding superpremium and accessories of high range: Eukanuba, Eukanuba Veterinary Diets, Iams, Ferplast and Clean Ferplast. Av/ Europa, s/n – Rubí - Barcelona 08191 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 902190932 - Fax: +34 935658638 email: atencli@iberamigo.com website: www.iberamigo.com

EVEREST Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic We are an Spanish company with over than 20 years of experience in veterinary market. In adittion we are specialist in assembling vet clinics and surgical rooms, and we manufacture surgical tables and examintation tables, and all type of hospital furniture C/ Francesc Layret, Nº 9 - Molins De Rei – Barcelona 08750 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 902108848 email: info@everest-tecnovet.com website: www.everest-tecnovet.com

GLOBAL UNIFORMS Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Cherokee Uniforms exclusive distributor. C/Bilbao 91, local 4 – Barcelona - 08005 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 933072229 email: alexnoguera@globaluniforms.es website: www.globaluniforms.es

HILL´S PET NUTRITION ESPAÑA, S.L. Activity area: Animal Nutrition Our mission is to help enrich and lengthen the special relationship between people and their pets. To do this, we make the highest quality pet nutrition available in our Prescription Diet™ and Science Plan™ pet food lines. MADRID (SPAIN) Tel: 913717960 - Fax: 917413210 email: serviciostecnicos@colpal.com website: www.hillsvet.es

IDD S.L Activity area: Diagnosis IDD S.L, sells and set digital radiology equipments in the veteian and dental sector´s. The company specialist team have more than ten years of experience. Also, the IDD S.L costumer ssuport is excellent. Avda. Cortes Valencianas 5 – Alboraya – Valencia 46120 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 961862632 - Fax: +34 961862631 email: ampa.gma@hotmail.com website: www.idd-spain.com/naomi/

EUKANUBA Activity area: Animal Nutrition Eukanuba nutrition brand in more than 40 years of history developing super premium feed for dogs and cats. - Eukanuba Veterinary Diets, diets for dogs and cats specifically for the veterinary channel. - Iams premium feed for dogs and cats. Av/ Europa, s/n – Rubí – Barcelona - 08191 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 902190932 - Fax: +34 935658638 email: atencli@ibertamigo.com website: www.iberamigo.com

EUROPEAN VETERINARY EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE SOCIETY Activity area: Publications The aim of the Society is to promote the study, development, and practice of veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care in Europe. (THE NETHERLANDS) email: secretary@eveccs.org website: www.eveccs.org

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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011 IDEXX LABORATORIES Activity area: Diagnosis IDEXX Laboratories is the global market leader in veterinary diagnostics. Only IDEXX provides you with complete diagnostic solutions by combining the power of its IDEXX VetLab® Suite of analyzers, state-of the-art Reference Laboratory services and point-of -care SNAP® tests. C/ Plom, 2-8, 3º - Barcelona (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934142608 email: laura-torres@idexx.com website: www.idexx.es

INSTRUMEVET S.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Instrumevet s.l. is a company which distributes instruments and implants of traumatology and oftalmology. We are distributors of Veterinary Instrumentation, Eickemeyer and Acrivet. C/Enginyers, 5 – Granollers - Barcelona (SPAIN) Tel: +34 938613616 email: comercial@instrumevet.com website: www.instrumevet.com

JØRGEN KRUUSE A/S Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Family owned worldwide supplier of a wide range of veterinary supplies (10 000+ items) to over 100 countries through 350 distributors. Mains brands: KRUUSE, BUSTER (dog collars, dog/cat catheters, etc.) News 2011: canine rehabilitation range, Companion therapy laser, Aesculight CO2 surgery laser. Havretoften 4 - Langeskov 5550 (DENMARK) Tel: +45 72141516 - Fax: +45 72141500 email: export@kruuse.com website: www.kruuse.com

KALIBO CORREDURIA DE SEGUROS Activity area: Miscellaneous: Seguros / Insurance Kalibo Insurance Brokers operates veterinarian with the group insurance for over 15 years. We specialize in providing insurance solutions to veterinarians and pet owners and animals. Avda. Clavé, 55-57, bajos - Zaragoza (SPAIN) Tel: +34 976210710 - Fax: +34 976794467 email: info@kalibo.com website: www.kalibo.com

IMAGEN VETERINARIA S.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Imagen Veterinaria S.L is a Spanish company commercializing material and veterinary clinical equipment, offering also all the support in the technical service. Official distributors for Agfa Healthcare, Sony, SIUI and other. Sinfonia 26, esc. A, planta 2, local 4 – Madrid - 28054 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 914637070 - Fax: +34 914637316 email: info@imagenveterinaria.es website: www.imagenveterinaria.es

INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF FELINE MEDICINE Activity area: Miscellaneous: Asociación / Association ISFM is the veterinary division of the charity the Feline Advisory Bureau (FAB) and is operated from FAB's office in the UK and works closely with the veterinary profession. ISFM is non-political and non-profit making but will campaign on relevant feline issues. Taselbury, High Street - Tisbury (UK) Tel: +44 01747871872 email: info@isfm.net website: www.isfm.net

K-LASER USA Activity area: Miscellaneous: Pain Management K-Laser is committed to advanced technology, research, and training in Class 4 laser therapy. The K-Series is an evolving and effective tool to manage acute/chronic pain for many conditions. K-Laser is the leader in veterinary laser therapy, revitalizing practices and enhancing pet quality of life. 1106 Harpeth Industrial Court - Franklin - TN - 37064 (USA) Tel: +1 6155957749 email: info@k-laserusa.com website: www.k-laserusa.com

KARL STORZ Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic The range of endoscopic equipment for human and veterinary medicine and for industrial applications now encompasses over 8,000 products. New developments such as the OR1™ fully networked operating room or the KARL STORZ AIDA centralized image and data management system supplement the range and demon P.E. San Fernando Ed.Munich – Madrid - 28830 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 916771051 email: marketing@karlstorz.es website: www.karlstorz.es

IMPROVE IBÉRICA Activity area: Miscellaneous: Formación Profesional Improve Ibérica is part of one of the largest veterinary training groups in Europe. Was a pioneer on the concept of continuous professional development (CPD) and has more than 1.000 training days per year. Improve offers the most recent veterinary themes trough a range of recognized tutors. C/ Rio Lozoya 5, Bloque Derecho 3 A - Parla, Madrid 28981 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 911881568/9 - Fax: +34 911017675 email: general@improveiberica.com website: www.improveiberica.com

IVIS Activity area: Publications International Veterinary Information Service (IVIS) is a not-for-profit organization established to provide information to veterinarians, veterinary students, technicians and animal health professionals worldwide using Internet technology. The IVIS website provides free access to original, up-to-datE P.O. Box 4371 – Ithaca – New York - 14852 (USA) Tel: +1 6078211400 - Fax: +1 5096940282 email: irma.revah@ivis.org website: www.ivis.org

INOVET Activity area: Animal Nutrition Inovet is a modern company that develops, manufactures, imports and markets a range of veterinary supplements. We aim to offer one of the industry’s most innovative portfolios, spanning products for the prevention and increase of performance in companion animal species, such as dogs,cats and horses. Rua Costa Rica, 204 - Río De Janeiro -21020 (BRASIL) Tel: +55 2132036301 - Fax: +55 2132036303 email: cinthia.nacamura@inovet.com.br website: www.inovet.com.br

JPI HEALTHCARE CO.,LTD Activity area: Diagnosis JPI Healthcare has been manufacturing and distributing x-ray equipment and components worldwide since 1980. JPI Healthcare continues to introduce new healthcare products which can contribute to develop the solution of medical diagnosis and treatment. 170-5 Woolim e-Biz center #608, Guro-3dong, Guro-gu - Seoul - SEOUL (SOUTH KOREA) Tel: (82)2-2108-2580 - Fax: (82)2-2108-1180 email: postmaster@jpi.co.kr website: www.clearvision.co.kr


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BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011 MEDICAL PET SHIRTS EUROPE BV Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Medi-Productions global leader in veterinary digital signage (+ than 600 clinics) presents Vet'Kiosk Online, a dynamic communication tool for waiting areas. Its strength and difference lie in the quality and richness of its content. Entertain and inform your clients, generate questions, sell better. Spectrumsingel 161 - Zoetermeer 2718JR (THE NETHERLANDS) Tel: +31 3625668 - Fax: +31 793624691 email: info@medicalpetshirts.com website: www.medicalpetshirts.com MERIAL Activity area: Pharmaceutical Merial is a world-leading animal health company. We are a forward-looking company with a proven track record, producing pharmaceutical products and vaccines for livestock, pets and wildlife (including endangered species). Merial is a Sanofi company (FRANCE) Tel: +34 932928383 - Fax: +34 932928388 email: ACTWEB@merial.com website: www.merial.com

MYDESAN ENDOTEK Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Vet Medicine Supplies Ctra. Sariñena Kmt. 0,600 - Huesca 22005 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 974242600 - Fax: +34 974243489 email: luissarasa@agrigan.es website: www.agrigan.es

LUDWIG KEIPER Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic KEIPER distributing the first aquatrainer for dogs named WATER-WALKER, with low voltage power supply and variable training levels. Dirección: Landsbergstrasse 12 - Obermoschel 67823 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 6362721 email: info@keiperkg.de website: www.keiperkg.de

MOTIC SPAIN Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Motic was established in 1988 as a hi-tech industrial enterprise specialized in manufacturing conventional compound microscopes. The company has grown into a global brand with sales offices in Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Spain and the United States. PI Les Corts, Cami del Mig 112 – Cabrera de Mar – Barcelona - 08349 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 937566286 - Fax: +34 937566287 email: info@moticeurope.com website: www.moticeurope.com

MEDI-PRODUCTIONS - VET'KIOSK ONLINE Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic The Medical Pet Shirt is an new innovated protective shirt for dogs and cats. Usage for Postoperative (alternative for the E-Collar) In case of skin disease, when in-heat, light incontinence and several other purposes. Used by Veterinarian clinics worldwide. A great alternative for the E-Collar. Rambla de Catalunya, 38, 8ª planta – Barcelona - 08007 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 685989357 email: cvanhems@mediproductions.com website: www.mediproductions.com

MULTIMEDICA EDICIONES VETERINARIAS Activity area: Publications Multimédica Ediciones Veterinarias is a publishing company focused on "Serving the knowledge and practice of veterinary medicine". Its catalogue includes the reference titles on the different topics on veterinary medicine and with a national and international leader scientific committee and authors. Avda. Corts Catalanes 2, Ed.2, 3º10º - Sant Cugat Del Vallés - Barcelona - 08173 (SPAIN) email: info@multimedica.es website: www.multimedica.es

NESTLÉ PURINA PETCARE ESPAÑA, S.A. Activity area: Animal Nutrition At Purina, we are passionately committed to making pets' lives better. Today, Purina is one of the world's leading pet care companies. Our dedication to pets, and their owners, directs everything we do, every day, everywhere. Helping to enrich the lives of pets as they enrich ours. Can Campanyà s/n (PI Comte de Sert) - Castellbisbal (SPAIN) Tel: +34 937724500 email: carla.alvero@purina.nestle.com website: www.purina.es NOVARTIS ANIMAL HEALTH Activity area: Pharmaceutical Passionately saving, prolonging, and improving animal lives Schwarzwaldallee 215 - Basel (SWITZERLAND) Tel: +41 613241111 - Fax: +41 616976788 email: info@ah.novartis.com website: www.ah.novartis.com

KEYSTONE VET Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic company certified to ISO 9001:2000 and ISO13485:2003 that has been manufacturing and distributing dental and medical products for over eighty-five years Werner-von-Siemens Str.14a – Singen - KN 78224 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 7731143369 - Fax: +49 7731912102 email: mperez@keystoneind.com website: www.keystoneind.com

LABORATORIOS VETPLUS S.L. Activity area: Pharmaceutical At Laboratorios Vetplus we specialize in Nutraceuticals. our wide range of veterinary products help in the treatment of various common diseases in pets: joint problems, brain aging, skin problems, exocrine pancreatic insuciency, cystitis, epilepsy, liver problems, etc. ... (UK) email: info@laboratoriosvetplus.com website: www.vetplus.co.uk/

KITVIA Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Dedicated to Veterinary Biology, KITVIA is now introducing its state-of-the-art biochemistry analyzer PROVET. The PROVET device enables veterinary biochemistry to be as convenient as dry chemistry with liquid chemistry cost-effectiveness. KITVIA welcomes new distributors for this pioneering system 16 zone Perbost – Labarthe-Inard (FRANCE) Tel: +33 0561888854 - Fax: +33 0561888855 email: kitvia@kitvia.fr website: www.kitvia.com

LCA S.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic LCA PHARMACEUTICAL is specialised in the design, manufacture and marketing of medical implant devices for ophthalmology, rheumatology. Our products: IXIUM VISC, PHYLARM, HYALINE, ARTHRUM VISC. PI. Les Guixeres - Edif BCIN – Badalona - Barcelona (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934648058 - Fax: +34 934648059 email: espana@lca-pharma.com website: www.lca-pharma.com

LA BOUVET, S.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Sale and Distribution of Equipments for Veterinary Clinic. Exclusive distributor for Spain of: Rimsa - Lamps Surgicalory - Clinical Furniture. Covidien - Mechanical and Manual Sutures. KTK - Equipment of Anesthesia. C/ Azufre Nº 4 - Torrejon De Ardoz Madrid 28850 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 917264088 - Fax: +34 913566101 email: labouvet@labouvet.com website: www.labouvet.com

LABOKLIN Activity area: Diagnosis Veterinary diagnostic laboratory Steubenstrasse 6 - Bad Kissingen – Baviera - 97668 (GERMANY) Tel: +34 644030557 email: galian@laboklin.de website: www.laboklin.de

NAVC (NORTH AMERICAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE) Activity area: educational / conferences / non-profit As the first veterinary conference of the calendar year, the NAVC Conference introduces the most current medical and product advances. With more than 1,300 CE hours, no other veterinary conference offers you a broader array of subjects for the entire veterinary team. FIRST CLASS, every class. 5003 SW 41st Blvd – Gainesville - Florida 32608 (USA) Tel: +1 3523755672 - Fax: +1 3523754145 email: info@navc.com website: www.navc.com

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PHYSIO-TECH GMBH Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic PHYSIO-TECH GmbH is a well established company specializing in manufacturing of high quality appliances for physiotherapy such as UNDERWATER TREADMILLS for dogs. As an innovative company, we are committed to developing new products e.g. underwater treadmills for humans and horses. Preetzer Chaussee 129 - Kiel 24146 (GERMANY) Tel: +49 431535502-0 - Fax: +49 431535502-29 email: info@physio-tech.com website: www.physio-tech.com

PROMHOVET Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Leading company of veterinary products such as Hospital Kennels, Examination table, Electric examination table, Hydraulic and Electric operating table, Veterinary Scale, etc.We have the ISO 9001, granting all our products and meeting the requirements of safety and comfort. Avda. Progrés, 8 PI Els Garrofers - Vilassar De Mar – Barcelona (SPAIN) Tel: +34 937591788 - Fax: +34 937540185 email: promhovet@promhovet.com website: www.promhovet.com PROPECUÁRIA - VETERINÁRIA FARMACÊUTICA, LDA. Activity area: Pharmaceutical Established in 1979, Propecuária is today, in Portugal, a company of reference in the veterinary sector on the wholesale distribution of veterinary medicines, surgical material and immunological veterinary medicines. IC2, Km 113 - Apartado 10 - Santo Antão - Batalha 2440 (PORTUGAL) Tel: +35 1244766331 - Fax: +35 1244766332 email: nuno.monteiro@propecuaria.pt website: www.propecuaria.pt

REVISIÓN MÉDICA VETERINARIA Activity area: Publications REVISIÓN MÉDICA VETERINARIA is a modern web site created for veterinarians, academics and students of this profession, you can find interesting articles written by specialists, also you can reach videos of surgeries, treatments and procedures and much more interesting information. Nogal 226, Col. Privada Valle Alto – Monterrey - 66230 (MÉXICO) Tel: +52 8181040552 - Fax: +52 8181040552 email: contacto@remevet.com website: www.remevet.com SCIL ANIMAL CARE COMPANY Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic As a leading company in the market, our mission is to provide innovative and high quality solutions for the veterinarian needs. These products need a special support and training, we do it through a well trained reps and the vet academy , with the goal that satisfies the customer needs. C/ Mahón, 10 1ºB - Las Rozas - Madrid 28290 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 914902309 - Fax: +34 914905383 email: info-es@scilvet.com website: www.scilvet.com

THE VETERINARY NURSE Activity area: Publications The Veterinary Nurse is the first international, peer-reviewed journal for veterinary nurses aimed at promoting best practice worldwide. Articles are written by vet nurses for vet nurses using a sound evidence base, securing a solid foundation for the future of evidence-based veterinary nursing. St Judes Church, Dulwich Road - Herne Hill, London SE24 (UK) Tel: +44 02075016744 - Fax: +44 02077332325 email: fenella@markallengroup.com website: www.theveterinarynurse.com TRAUMAVET S.R.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Trauma Vet was founded in 2007 and is based in Rivoli, near Turin, in Piedmont. The company designs and manufactures a wide range of veterinary locking plates called FIXIN which are based on technology taken from human trauma products which have been in clinical use for more than 15 years. (ITALY) email: stefanodelmedico@alice.it website: www.traumavet.com

PORTAL VETERINARIA ARGOS Activity area: Publications Created in 1997, Grupo Asís is the first publishing agency specialised in the veterinary sector in Spain, with ample experience in carrying out veterinary publishing projects. We publish both our own works under the imprint of Editorial Servet. www.servet.es Andador del Palacio de Larrinaga, 3 – Zaragoza - 50013 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 976461059 email: comercial@grupoasis.com website: argos.portalveterinaria.com/

QVET - VMS Activity area: Miscellaneous: Software A new concept in management programs for veterinary centers that will manage your business more easily, quickly and without loss of time. QVET is a unique program that includes three additional modules for managing your marketing veterinary laboratory and business analysis (VMS). PE. Entrevías, Edificio Principal, 1º - Lleida (SPAIN) Tel: +34 902117866 - Fax: +34 973228640 email: alex.sans@q-soft.net website: www.qvet.net

SEDECAL Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic worldwide leaders in OEM design and manufacturing of high frequency X-Ray generators and X-Ray systems. Pelaya, 9-13; PI. Río de Janeiro – Algete - Madrid 28110 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 916289016 - Fax: +34 916280574 email: RMeseguer@sedecal.com website: www.sedecal.com

URANO VET Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Company focused in companion animals' health with innovative products in the segments of diagnostics, sedation, anticancer and other pharmaceuticals. Avda Les Garrigues 46 - El Prat de Llobregat - 08820 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 931935255 email: info@uranovet.com website: www.uranovet.com

PRACTICE CVM SLL Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic CVM offers to the vets ultrasound, analytic and digital radiogray equipment. Cuesta estación 8 bajo - Tudela (SPAIN) Tel: +34 948821713 - Fax: +34 948825674 email: cvm@cvm.es website: www.cvm.es

RAL TECNICA PARA EL LABORATORIO, S.A. Activity area: Diagnosis RAL Técnica para el Laboratorio, through an own structure totally specialised, offers a complete service to the Labs. Our work is addressed to: instruments, reagents, consumables, technical assistance, scientific consulting, applications and softwareservices. Av. Mare de Deu de Montserrat, 51 - St Joan Despí – Barcelona - 08970 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 934808047 - Fax: +34 933730092 email: ral@ral-sa.com website: www.ral-sa.com

SOS GALGOS Activity area: Miscellaneous: ONG rescate de galgos Charity dedicated to the rescue of abused and abandoned greyhounds in Spain as well as promoting the breed as a domestic pet. SOS Galgos also lobbies for improved legislation both in general and specifically that targetting the welfare of greyhounds within Spain. Angel Guiemra 17, 1 - Esplugues de Llobregat – Barcelona - 08950 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 933727750 - Fax: +34 935519931 email: sosgalgos@sosgalgos.org website: www.sosgalgos.com

VET TEAM GROUP S.R.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic We are producers of Stainless Steel and PVC cages; Stainless Steel Tables, Tubs and Trolleys; Fornitures. We are distributors for Ethicon (Johnson Trav. Via Etiopia 3/12 - Montesilvano 65016 (ITALY) Tel: +39 0854689212 email: import.export@medical-team.net website: www.vetteamgroup.es

OPTOMIC Activity area: Diagnosis Optomic manufactures and distributes veterinary and medical equipment since 1988. We offer a wide range of high queality products for the discipline of veterinary, including surgical microscope, cold and LED light sources, endoscopic cameras, rigid and flexible endoscopes and instruments. C/ Madroño 4 - Colmenar Viejo (SPAIN) Tel: +34 902221177 email: comercial@optomic.com website: www.optomic.com


PARTNERS! VETBOOKS Activity area: Publications Vetbooks is an online bookshop that has all the titles in all languages on small animal and large animal veterinary medicine. To be uptodate in veterinary knowledge www.vetbooks.es C/ Balmes, 29 1º 2ª - Sant Cugat Del Vallès Barcelona 08173 (SPAIN) Tel: 672289393 email: info@vetbooks.es website: www.vetbooks.es

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011 VÉTOQUINOL ESPECIALIDADES VETERINARIAS S.A. Activity area: Pharmaceutical Vétoquinol: a skill, a passion… in the service of vets and animals Vétoquinol is a family-owned, independent company devoted exclusively and passionately to animal health. Like the vets, Vétoquinol puts a lot of effort into nursing animals and improving their well-being. Ctra. de Fuencarral 24. Edificio Europa I. Portal 3-2-5. Alcobendas - Madrid 28108 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 914903792 - Fax: +34 914900802 email: vev.sa@vetoquinol.es website: www.vetoquinol.es VETSTART INTERNATIONAL LTD Activity area: Miscellaneous: consultancy Vetstart supports veterinary students to make an optimal professional career start Dirección: Three Hills Farm - Bartlow, Cambridge CB21 4EN (UK) email: info@vetstart.org website: www.vetstart.org

VN TIMES Activity area: Publications VN Times continues to lead the way with a compelling mix of clinical articles, practical, “how to” guides, the latest news and opinion pieces, in addition to the well-read recruitment and classified advertising sections. (UK) email: emmadahm@vbd.uk.com website: www.vetsonline.com

VETERINARY NURSING TIMES Activity area: Publications VN Times is the market-leading publication in the UK for the veterinary nursing profession. It contains news, clinical and practical features and comment articles on the development of the profession. It is the only audited (ABC) publication for vet nurses in the UK. VBD, Olympus House - Peterborough CAMBS PE46NA (UK) Tel: +44 (0)1733 383545 email: emmadahm@vbd.uk.com website: www.vetsonline.com

VETZ Activity area: Diagnosis Most professional pratice management software supplier of Europe! Fully integrated medical history with direct connection to ALL diagnostic equipment en DICOM modalities. Further we can provide you with the most technilogical advanced direct digital x-ray systems; the XDR series! Middeldiepstraat 58 - Sliedrecht 3361VT (THE NETHERLANDS) email: Info@myvetz.nl website: Www.myvetz.nl

VOORJAARSDAGEN Activity area: Miscellaneous: Veterinary Conference Annual European Veterinary Conference on Companion Animal and Equine Medicine. 5-7 April 2012, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. J. van Goyenkade 11 - Amsterdam 1070 (THE NETHERLANDS) Tel: +31 0206793111 - Fax: +34 0206737306 email: info@voorjaarsdagen.org website: www.voorjaarsdagen.eu

VETNOVA SALUD SL Activity area: Pharmaceutical VetNova offers a range of innovative products, world leaders in their categories, and supported by national and international specialists: Derma. (MalAcetic, KlearOtic, CUTANIA), Orthopaedics (Glyco-Flex, VTL), Urology(DIALIX),Inf. Diseases (D-Lysine,VIRAMAX), Inflamat.(DURALACTIN); Disinf-SANICLOTH Fuente del toro, 40 – El Molar – Madrid - 28710 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 918440273 - Fax: +34 918410392 email: vetnova@vetnova.net website: www.vetnova.net

VIRBAC Activity area: Pharmaceutical Virbac is dedicated exclusively to animal health. Its wide range of vaccines and medicines are used in the prevention and treatment of the main pathologies for both companion and food-producing animals. (FRANCE) email: contact@virbac.com website: www.virbac.com

WILEY-BLACKWELL Activity area: Publications Wiley-Blackwell is one of the world's leading Veterinary Medicine publishers, representing the very best in academic research, student learning and professional practice. Visit stand 220 to see the latest books for Vets and Veterinary Nurses. 1 Oldlands Way - Bognor Regis - West Sussex PO229 (UK) Tel: +44 01243843294 - Fax: +44 01243843303 email: customer@wiley.com website: www.wiley.com

VETER-ZOO S.R.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Veter-Zoo Srl operates in Italy in the field of health and animal wellbeing since 1961 with the aim of satisfying all requests for products and services for veterinarians, pharmacies, pet stores and pet owners. Company's strengths are attentive post-sales support and qualified technical assistance. Via Morettini, 19 - Perugia 06132 (ITALY) Tel: +39 0755051546 email: veter-zoo@veter-zoo.com website: www.veter-zoo.com

VOBRA PETFOOD ESPAÑA SL Activity area: Animal Nutrition INTRODUCTION SANIMED SANIMED VETERINARY NUTRITION combines scientific knowledge and the effectiveness of preventive nutrition and diet therapy with a long experience in the production of food for dogs and cats. Meet us at the exhibition in Barcelona Calle Les Corts 21 - Cabrera De Mar – Barcelona - 08349 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 937566235 - Fax: +34 937566235 email: vobraespana@movistar.es website: www.vobra.es

WINVET Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Quality CompuSoft is a software company founded by and for veterinaries, exclusively dedicated to company and luxury pet sector and it’s the author of WinVet®, the first Complete Management Program for Veterinary Clinics in Spain for Windows. Prudencio Álvaro, 8 – Madrid - 28027 (SPAIN) Tel: +34 911812590 y +34 902100142 - Fax: +34 911812599 email: winvet@qcompusoft.com website: www.winvet.es

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Golf Open!

Exhibition Hall Opening! NEW!

27 and 28 September PGA Golf de Cataluña Girona, SPAIN

The golf tournament will take place before the conference. Enjoy two days of golf with your colleagues in one of the most beautiful settings. Space is limited. Limited places available. Registration fee: 295€ To register, or for more information, visit www.sevc.info

Thursday, 29 September 19.30 - 20.30h. Fira de Barcelona, Pavilion 8

More than 130 international companies will take part in the SEVC 2011. Celebrate at the opening of the grand, new Exhibition Hall Thursday afternoon. You are guaranteed to have fun!

President’s Welcome and AwardS Presentation!

Presentation of Posters!

Friday, 30 September 13.30 - 14.30h.

Friday, 30 September 19.00 - 19.45h.

Fira de Barcelona, Pavilion 5, Room 4

Fira de Barcelona, Pavilion 8

Dr. Maite Verde, SEVC 2011 President, and Dr. Laurel Kaddatz, NAVC President, will welcome delegates and present two awards:

Ask the authors about their research! All poster authors will be present to answer your questions while you enjoy a glass of wine.

. the AVEPA “Miguel Luera” Scientific Award . the SEVC 2011 awards for best abstracts.

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International Welcome Reception! Friday, 1 October 19.45 - 20.30h.

Fira de Barcelona, Pavilion 8 Celebrate with us at the SEVC International Welcome reception. Enjoy a special Flamenco show and Spanish sangria. Everyone is invited!

BARCELONA, 29 September - 2 October, 2011

Grand Fiesta! Saturday, 1 October 21.30 - 3.00h. Fira de Barcelona, Z6 (next to the Magic Fountains) One thing Spain is famous for is its “Fiesta.” Every year, the SEVC invites the conference delegates to its “Grand SEVC Fiesta.” Enjoy a typical Spanish Fiesta with live shows, Spanish tapas food, beverages, and dance music throughout the night.

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The Fiesta will take place close to the conference venue, in front of the Magic Fountains of Montjuïc. To attend the Fiesta, you must present your official invitation, so don’t forget it!

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