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Final Programme 2012

18 - 20 October 2012 Fira de Barcelona (Montju誰c)

Barcelona, Spain Where vets meet in Europe!

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Barcelona

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

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.

SEVC 2012 Main sponsors

Absorb Barcelona’s wonderful history and bohemian atmosphere. Walk through the Gothic Quarter, one of the world’s bestpreserved medieval areas, and the Ribera and Raval districts. The bustling streets and neighbourhoods 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. 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.

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SEVC 2012

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

18 - 20 October 2012 Fira de Barcelona (Montjuic) Barcelona, Spain

Contents Scientific Programme

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Workshops

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Research Abstracts

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International Nursing Programme

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Companies

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Social Events

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SEVC 2012

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 2012, 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-bemissed 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 Russian and Polish will also be provided.

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COMMITTEES

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

COMMITTEES 2012 Organising Committee Artur Font (Spain) AVEPA-SEVC 2012 President Rafael Molina (Spain) Viçens Gimeno (Spain) Jordi Franch (Spain) Colin Burrows (USA) David F. Senior (USA) Jorge Guerrero (USA) Joaquin Aragonés (Spain) Philippe Moreau (France) SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME COMMITTEE Colin Burrows (USA) Rafael Molina (Spain) Claudio Bussadori (Italy) Guillermo Couto (USA) Artur Font (Spain) Jordi Franch (Spain) Andreas Moritz (Germany) David F. Senior (USA) Andrew Sparkes (UK) RESEARCH ABSTRACTS coordinators Rafael Molina (Spain) Xavier Roura (Spain) Executive Director Joaquin Aragonés (Spain)

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PROGRAMME CHAIRperson Behaviour – Marta Amat (Spain) Dentistry – Fidel San Roman (Spain) Dermatology – Chiara Noli (Italy) Emergency and Critical Care – Isabelle Goy-Thollot (France) Feline Medicine – Andrew Sparkes (UK) Imaging – Patrick Kircher (Switzerland) Nursing – Enrique Barreneche (Spain) Ophtalmology – Teresa Peña (Spain) Orthopaedics – John Innes (UK) Other Companion Animal – Andrés Montesinos (Spain) Pain Management and Anesthesia – Francisco Laredo (Spain) Practice Management – José Marin (Spain) Small Animal Medicine – Guillermo Couto (USA), Artur Font (Spain) Surgery – Gary Ellison (USA) European Liason Philippe Moreau (France) EUROPEAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE Mark Johnston – UK and Ireland Philippe Moreau – France and Switzerland Andreas Müller – Germany and Austria Richard Nap – Belgium, The Nederlands and Luxembourg Marek Wojtacki – Poland, Russia, Ukraine, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

SPANISH NATIONAL COMMITTEE Justo Berganzo Zaera (Navarra) Francisco Javier Birlanga Urban (Madrid) 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) Graciela González Carrera (Pontevedra) Santos Jiménez Palacios (La Rioja) Luis Javier López Medina (Tenerife) Juanjo Minguez Molina (Sevilla) José Alberto Montoya Alonso (Las Palmas) Sergio Moya García (Málaga) José Raúl Pedregosa Morales (Granada) Joan Riera Planells (Ibiza) Ángel J. Rodríguez Peña (Segovia) Marc Sánchez Grau (Baleares) Sofia Sánchez Oliveira (Menorca) J. Carlos Seco Filgueira (A Coruña) Josep Triviño Barros (Vizcaya) Gonzalo Valle Fonck (La Rioja)


President’s Welcome

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

President’s Welcome SEVC 2012 Dear Colleagues,

president of the Southern or to address you all as the new hon and re asu ple at gre my It is gress (the 6th annual SEVC have approached the 2012 Con We . nce fere Con ary erin Vet European determination that we h the same enthusiasm and wit ss) gre Con al ion Nat PA best scientific and the 47th AVE erinarians, and partners the vet , ers mb me our all r offe to have had every year mal welfare. ute to the improvement of ani programme that will contrib lists, thank you for all Animal Veterinary Specia Sm of n atio oci Ass h nis Spa rnational On behalf of the the excellent national and inte oy enj l wil you w kno I . nce ation about attending this confere l find all the up-to-date inform wil you ere wh l, Hal ion ibit speakers, as well as the Exh y, imaging of small and exotic gery, nutrition, pharmacolog sur , ine dic me l rna inte in es the advanc animals, and much more. also with the the scientific programme, but to y onl not r, yea this s nge n 1, We have made several cha C from Plaza España, Pavilio a special entrance to the SEV be now l wil re The 5) es. on iliti vili fac physical Conference Room (Pa ibition Hall (Pavilion 1) and the where you can enter the Exh rconnected through a single The two buildings are now inte without crossing the street. España. entrance/exit from the Plaza , our Congress and Spain. w that you will enjoy our city kno and ona cel Bar to you We welcome

IM-CA Artur Font, Ldo. Vet. Dipl. ECV SEVC 2012 President TM

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

SEVC Final Scientific Programme Congratulations! If you have received this Final Programme, it is because you are attending the SEVC 2012. All the information relative to the Scientific Programme and the Exhibition Hall 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 website. SEVC Badge Collection Desks SEVC 2012 badge collection desks are located in the entrance of Pavilion 1 in Plaza España. 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, 18 October, 8.30 - 20.00h Friday, 19 October, 7.30 - 20.00h Saturday, 20 October, 7.30 - 20.00h New Registrations Room Visit this room if you need to make a new registration to the Conference, Nurse Programme, Workshops, lunch tickets, social events tickets or Exhibition Hall entrance. 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.

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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 at “Bag collection point” in Pavilion 1 with the ticket you will find in your badge. This year’s bag is sponsored by “Advance by Affinity”. Each bag contains the SEVC 2012 Proceedings CD, the 2013 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. Simultaneous Translation Earphones All rooms offer simultaneous translation into English and Spanish, as well as some other languages such as Polish and Russian within room number 7. 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.

Unattended Baggage Please do not leave your belongings unattended. SEVC will not be responsible for any lost items. SEVC Proceedings CD Delegates will receive an SEVC Proceedings CD when collecting their conference bag. 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. SEVC Certificates of Attendance Collect your scientific, international nursing programme or workshop 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. SEVC “Bayer Healthcare Cyber Corner” 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. SEVC 2012 Stewards 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. Do not hesitate to ask any questions.


general information

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

SEVC 2012 Venue Fira de Barcelona (Montjuïc) Plaza España (new main entrance) 08004 Barcelona

Grand SEVC Fiesta

www.firabcn.es

Saturday 20 October: 21.30 - 03.00

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Grand SEVC Fiesta

Entrance Metro

Tourist Information Point

Plaza España

Metro

Gran Vía 7


Pavilion 5 Floor Plan

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

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Room 3

Access to 3º floor

Room 4

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Room 8 Room 7 “Auditorium”

Room 2

Access to 3º floor

Room 9

Access to 2º floor

Access to 2º floor

Room 1 Room 22

VIP Room

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Access to 3º floor

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Room 5

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Access to Pavilion 1

Access to Floor 0 Rooms 11 to 15

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Access to Floor 0 Rooms 11 to 15

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Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

pre-SEVC Feline Symposium THURSDAY, 18 OCTOBER 2012 BARCELONA, SPAIN Scientific Programme

Practice Management Programme!

09.00-09.30 Registration and coffee 09.30-10.00 An approach to neurological examination in the cat Elsa Beltran, Animal Health Trust, UK/Spain 10.00-10.30 Ocular manifestations of feline hypertension – diagnosis and management Christine Heinrich, Willows Referrals, UK 10.30-11.00

Seizures in the cat – diagnosis and management Elsa Beltran, Animal Health Trust UK/Spain

Let your PM skills flow! The SEVC features the most extensive Practice Management Programme held at a veterinary conference in Europe - two and a half days of lectures. Register for the SEVC Scientific Programme. See the programme in previous programme pages.

Diagnosis and management of primary aldosteronism in cats Claudia Reusch, University of Zurich, Switzerland

12.30-13.15

Feline glaucoma – presentation, diagnosis and management Christine Heinrich, Willows Referrals, UK

13.15-14.00

How to make your clinic a Cat Friendly Clinic Andrew Sparkes

14.00 Close and lunch break 15.00

Main SEVC programme starts

Caroline Back

USA

11.30-12.30

DENMARK

11.00-11.30 Coffee break

Luís Miguel Carretero Alcantara

Brian Conrad

M.A. Díaz Sánchez

Alison Lambert

Shawn McVey

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ISFM Members ISFM Non-Members 21% VAT included

72€ 92€

Simultaneous translation: English / Spanish

USA

REGISTRATION FEES:


Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME!

Official CE CREDITS AVEPA - Asociación de Veterinarios Españoles Especialistas en Pequeños Animales Course meets the requirements for 19 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize of AVEPA Accreditation Committee approval.

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

RACE - Registry of Approved Continuing Education AAVSB - American Association of Veterinary State Boards RACE is a USA clearinghouse for the approval of continuing education providers and their programs. All RACE-approved providers and programs are listed on this website. Providers voluntarily apply to the RACE program and agree to abide by the RACE Standards. AAVSB does not solicit participation in the RACE program.

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

Course meets the requirements for 45 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB’s RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. ATF - Akademie für tierärztliche Fortbildung The ATF (German Chamber) accepts 18 hours of obligatory CME of every German veterinarian, having your SEVC 2012 certificate.

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in English

Lectures presented in Spanish

How I Treat

State

“How I Treat” Lecture

“State of the Art” Lecture

creditación

Especialidades Veterinarias

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Art

SURGERY

NAVC Speaker

Speaker Country of Origen

Thursday, 18 October 2012

IMAGING DERMATOLOGY*

MEDICINE

NEUROLOGY

BEHAVIOUR

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

OPTHALMOLOGY

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7

15

16 (Pavilion 1)

3

5

8

Natalia Díez

Mar Bardagí / Ignacio Alvarez

Colin Burrows

Alejandro Lujan

Marta Amat

José Marin

Lucia Gomez

15.00 - 15.55

What’s new in surgery of the ear? Dr. D. Brockman

Radiology of the thorax: what can we expect! Dr. R. Hagen

Pemphigus complex diseases Dr. S. White

The link between inflammation and haemostasis Dr. B. Wiinberg

Ataxia – How to recognise and approach it! Dr. R. Da Costa

Compulsive behaviours and stereotypes – What’s the difference and does it matter? Dr. D. Mills

Staff meeting: how to make it focused, fast and enjoyable Dr. M. Diaz

Corneal physiology: keys for clinical decisions Dr. T. Peña

Portosystemic shunts in cats – How do they differ? Dr. D. Brockman

Ultrasound of non cardiac thoracic structures – a cool tool Dr. P. R. Kircher

Haemostatic abnormalities in dogs with immune mediated haemolytic anemia Dr. B. Wiinberg

Rational approach and differential diagnosis of spinal diseases in dogs Dr. R. Da Costa

Differentials and differentiating repetitive behaviour problems Dr. D. Mills

Personal interview: how to conduct a sincere and effective face-to-face interview with your staff Dr. M. Diaz

Non ulcerative keratitis in small animals Dr. K. Heinrich

Differential treatments for different repetitive behaviour problems Dr. D. Mills

How to help staff develop their own initiatives, in line with business policies, rather than just following orders Dr. L. Carretero

Ulcerative keratitis in small animals Dr. T. Peña

Compulsive behaviours and organic problems Dr. T. Camps

Human resources for big teams Dr. L. Carretero

How to perform high standard eyelid surgery in small animals Dr. K. Heinrich

Nuts and bolts of azotemia Dr. G. Grauer TM

Total intravenous anaesthesia Dr. D. Flaherty

Nuts and bolts of proteinuria Dr. G. Grauer TM

USA

Wobbler syndrome – Update on diagnosis and treatment Dr. R. Da Costa USA

Partial intravenous anaesthesia Dr. L. Leece

USA

USA

DENMARK

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

ANAESTHESIA*

Cats are cats! Differences between canine and feline neurology Dr. R. Da Costa USA

How I Treat

USA

Chylothorax Dr. G. Ellison

18.30 - 19.25

CT of the lungs – Will CT replace radiography? An interactive lecture Dr. P. R. Kircher and Dr. R. Hagen SWITZERLAND

USA

17.30 - 18.25

USA

17.00 - 17.30

Thoracic surgery for the practitioner Dr. G. Ellison

USA

SWITZERLAND

Lupus in the dog Dr. S. White SWITZERLAND

16.00 - 16.55

State of the Art

USA

14 Juan Carlos Cartagena

DENMARK

Room Moderator (A)

The official languages at the SEVC are English and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided. *Room with simultaneous translation to Polish and Russian.

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Friday, 19 October 2012

SMall Animal Medicine*

Feline Medicine

Other Companion animals

Practice Management

Dermatology

Orthopaedics

Room

14

15

Moderator (M)

Asier Basurco

Toni Navarro

Moderator (A)

Óscar Cortadellas

Diego Esteban

Fidel San Roman

Richard Nap

Moderator (A)

Laura Ordeix

Francisco Laredo

8.30 - 9.25

Insulin choices for the diabetic: which insulin preparation works best? Dr. M. Peterson

Feline gingivostomatitis – what’s new Dr. C. Harvey

Proventriculus dilatation disease (PDD), bornavirus and gangliosides. Where are we? Dr. T. Tully

Financial tools S. McVey

8.30 - 9.25

Diseases of the dermo-epidermal junction Dr. S. White

Extraarticular cruciate repair procedures Dr. P. Boettcher

9.30 - 9.55

Dermatophytosis Dr. S. Bettenay

USA

10.00 - 10.55

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

DENMARK

GERMANY

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

Diagnostic approach to the cat with chronic diarrhoea Dr. A. German

Basic veterinary care of tortoises Dr. S. Divers

Marketing 202 S. McVey

11.00 - 11.55

Diagnostic approach to nasal dermatosis Dr. L Ordeix

Kinematics of the operated stifle: what did we learn from fluoroscopic gait analysis? Dr. P. Boettcher

12.00 - 12.55

Guidelines of antibacterial drugs on dermatology Dr. L Ordeix

Canine cruciate disease: what’s new for prevention and treatment? Dr. M. Conzemius

USA

How to tell if you have a toxic team and clean-up S. McVey

USA

Thromboembolism in the dog: more common than we think Dr. B. Wiinberg

Renal diseases in reptiles (anatomy, physiology, diagnosis and treatment) Dr. S. Divers

USA

13.00 - 13.55

Diagnosis and management of feline diabetes mellitus (Part II) Dr. C. Reusch SWITZERLAND

Practical transfusion medicine Dr. B. Wiinberg DENMARK

12.00 - 12.55

Meniscal injury Dr. P. Boettcher

13.00 - 14.25

GERMANY

11.00 - 11.55

Anaesthesia in very small and very large reptiles Dr. S. Divers

How I Treat

How I Treat

USA

Diagnosis and management of feline diabetes mellitus (Part I) Dr. C. Reusch

How I Treat

USA

Disseminated intravascular coagulation Dr. B. Wiinberg

Creating incentive based compensation programs S. McVey

USA

How I Treat

Local anesthesia in companion birds Dr. T. Tully

USA

10.30 - 10.55

Diagnosis and management of feline vestibular disease Dr. E. Beltran

SWITZERLAND

State of the Art

Pitfalls in the diagnosis of canine hypothyroidism Dr. M. Peterson

USA

9.30 - 10-25

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State of the Art

DENMARK

TM

USA

5 Andreas Müller

USA

16 (Pavilion 1) Andres Montesinos

USA

6 Albert Lloret

USA

7 Jorge Guerrero

USA

Room Moderator (M)

GERMANY

GERMANY

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Lunch break in the Exhibition Hall ANAESTHESIA

Lunch break in the Exhibition Hall 14.30 - 15.25

Cats are not small dogs: the dermatologist’s perspective Dr. S. Bettenay

15.30 - 16.25

Diseases of the German Shepherd Dr. S. Bettenay

Creating a great practice team Dr. C. Back

Diagnosis and management of the cat with spinal disease Dr. E. Beltran

Use of antibiotic and antiinflammatory drugs as part of treatment of patients with oral disease Dr. C. Harvey

Motivation and the power of feedback Dr. C. Back

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Diabetic ketoacidosis Dr. C. Reusch

Oronasal fistulas & palate defects Dr. C. Harvey

Central sensitization: clinical implications Dr. L. Leece

GERMANY

USA

How I Treat

How I Treat

Achieving excellence in pet care with your team Dr. C. Back

DENMARK

How I Treat

USA

Hypercoagulability in immune mediated haemolytic anemia Dr. B. Wiinberg

DENMARK

How I Treat

SWITZERLAND

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

17.30 - 18.25

18.30 - 18.55

DENMARK

Periodontal Disease: how it develops, why it is important and how to prevent or treat it Dr. C. Harvey

16.30 - 17.25

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

DENMARK

Diagnosis and treatment of platelet hyperactivity Dr. B. Wiinberg DENMARK

16.30 - 17.25

Management of the cat with chronic diarrhoea Dr. A. German

USA

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Use of NSAIDs in dogs with liver and kidney disease Dr. G. Grauer

USA

15.30 - 16.25

GERMANY

Dentistry

Pain assessment in dogs and cats Dr. D. Flaherty

17.30 - 18.25

New therapeutical options for skin tumours Dr. J. Pastor

18.30 - 18.55

Dry seborrhea Dr. S. Bettenay

How I Treat

GERMANY

14.00 - 15.25

Improving surgical analgesia: how I use CRIs Dr. L. Leece Uncontrollable post-operative pain Dr. D. Flaherty

How I Treat

The official languages at the SEVC are English and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided. *Room with simultaneous translation to Polish and Russian.


Saturday, 20 October 2012

SMall Animal Medicine*

Other Companion animals

Emergency Critical care

Practice Management

Surgery

Orthopaedics

6

5

Room

14

15

Jordi Jiménez

Cristina Fragio

Earl Rippie

Moderator (M)

Itala Sunyer

Andres Somaza

Moderator (A)

Araceli Loste

Neus Morera

Isabelle Goy-Thollot

Mark Crootof

Moderator (A)

Jordi Cairo

Josep Font

8.30 - 9.25

Game changers or hype? Five new cancer treatments reviewed Dr. C. Henry

Haematuria in rabbits Dr. J. Martorell

Approach to the acute abdomen Dr. M. Daza

Real solutions for real managers Dr. B. Conrad

8.30 - 9.25

Intestinal surgery in cats. How does it differ? Dr. G Ellison

Diagnosis of elbow dysplasia Dr. P. Lafuente

9.30 - 10-25

Canine bladder cancer – old options with a new twist Dr. C. Henry

Clinical pathology in rabbits – How to interpret an analysis Dr. J. Martorell

GI protection with NSAID or glucocorticoids Dr. T. Civco

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

11.00 - 11.55

11.00 - 11.55

Intestinal perforation – diagnosis and treatment Dr. D. Brockman

Comparative data for treatment of canine elbow dysplasia Dr. M. Conzemius

12.00 - 12.55

Surgical management of gastric dilation volvulus – what’s new Dr. D. Brockman State of the

Controversies about treatment of elbow osteoarthritis Dr. M. Conzemius

Canine pancreatitis Dr. T. Civco

USA

USA

Ferret coronavirus: current status Dr.J. Martorell

Strategies that work for amazing product sales Dr. B. Conrad

USA

Failure: dealing with it, learning from it, and not freaking out Dr. B. Conrad USA

Systemic hypertension and hypertensive cardiomyopathy in dogs and cats Dr. C. Carlos Sampedrano

USA

Diabetic ketoacidosis: what differs between dogs and cats Dr. T. Civco

FRANCE

Lunch break in the Exhibition Hall

14.00 - 15.25

Osteoarthritis: evidence-based management Dr. J. Innes

Is a successful outcome possible in septic shock? Dr. F. Roux

Effective use of digital marketing in vet practice A. Lambert

16.30 - 17.25

FRANCE

Coagulation problems in ferrets Dr. A. Montesinos

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

Staying abreast of mammary cancer treatment options Dr. C. Henry

Lymphoma in ferrets Dr. J. Martorell

How I Treat

Gastric dilatation volvulus Dr. F. Roux

FRANCE

How I Treat

17.30 - 18.25

Emergencies in cardiology. What ultrasounds offer us? Dr. C. Carlos Sampedrano

FRANCE

USA

Cats with idiopathic hypercalcemia Dr. M. Peterson

USA

19.00 - 19.55

Resection and reconstructive techniques for soft tissue sarcomas in dogs Dr. N. Bacon

15.30 - 16.25

17.30 - 18.25

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Canine stem cells: is the potential real? Dr. M. Conzemius

Measuring success in veterinary clinics. Some metrics for clinics to consider measuring if they want to get better results A. Lambert

USA

16.30 - 17.25

How I Treat

Injection site sarcomas in cats Dr. N. Bacon

Nosocomial diseases in emergency and critical care. Emerging antimicrobial resistance Dr. F. Roux

FRANCE

Diabetes insipidus and causes of polydipsia and polyuria: my approach to diagnosis and treatment Dr. M. Peterson

18.30 - 18.55

14.30 - 15.25

Tromboelastography in birds. What can we do to assess avian coagulation Dr. T. Tully USA

15.30 - 16.25

TM

Lunch break in the Exhibition Hall

13.00 - 14.30

USA

Small animal medicine*

Art

Consulting room protocol that gets results A. Lambert

How I Treat

18.30 - 18.55

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

Bladder tumours in cats and dogs Dr. N. Bacon

How I Treat

Salivary mucoceles Dr. G. Ellison

USA

13.00 - 13.55

Avian behavior presentations – considerations regarding treatment options Dr. T. Tully

FRANCE

Tissue doppler echocardiography in cats: clinical applications Dr. C. Carlos Sampedrano

Radio-ulnar incongruency Dr. P. Boettcher

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

10.00 - 10.55

Cardiology*

12.00 - 12.55

How I Treat

USA

Dr. F. Roux

Oral cancers in cats Dr. N. Bacon

USA

USA

Imaging the acute Abdomen (radiology, ultrasound, AFAST)

How I Treat

How I Treat

USA

Atherosclerosis in parrots Dr. T. Tully

Why are you surprised when the hire doesn’t work out? Dr. B. Conrad

FRANCE

How I Treat

USA

USA

Digital masses in cats Dr. C. Henry

How I Treat

USA

10.30 - 10.55

9.30 - 9.55

USA

16 (Pavilion 1)

USA

7 Marek Wojtacki / German Santamarina

USA

Room Moderator (M)

GERMANY

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Fractures of the elbow Dr. P. Lafuente

How I Treat

Elbow luxations Dr. P. Lafuente

The official languages at the SEVC are English and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided. *Room with simultaneous translation to Polish and Russian.

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workshops

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

SEVC 2012 WORKSHOPS! Each year, the SEVC provides hands-on labs with leading international instructors and the latest technology and equipment to help you 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. 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 2012 Workshops Main Sponsor

CYTOLOGY EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CYTOLOGY AND BLOOD SMEARS, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! Put your microscope to use! Master the fundamentals of cytology and blood smears, and learn how to diagnose a wide variety of pathologies. A practical and interactive lab! This course will teach participants how to use a microscope to interpret cytologic specimens from a wide range of tissues and to differentiate inflammation from neoplasia, as well as how to read blood-smear preparations and obtain clinically useful information in small animals. After a short presentation of clinical cases, participants will observe preparations through individual microscopes and learn how to make definitive diagnoses. There will also be a collective discussion where, with the help of a video-microscope, the instructor will go through all the key points of each sample case. With the completion of the lab, participants will be able to recognise 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. Participants will also be able to properly differentiate inflammation and neoplasia in cytology preparations, as well as diagnose specific neoplasms. INSTRUCTORS: G. Couto (USA) and J. Pastor (SPAIN) DATE: Wednesday, 17 October, 2012 HOUR: 14.00 - 20.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona, Room 11 PRICE: 370€ (307€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

CYTOLOGY PACKAGE Cytology + Skin Cytology: 430€ (Package available only if you also register for the SEVC Scientific Programme)

HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF SKIN CYTOLOGY Learn how to use your skin smears to make accurate diagnoses in even the most challenging cases. Through a wide range of examples, acquire the necessary knowledge to obtain the essentials in skin cytology.

Shuttle Service to UAB Wednesday 17 October: Workshop: CO2 Laser surgery in small animal practice. Let there be light! Thursday, 18 October: Workshop: Gastrointestinal, respiratory and coelomic endoscopy in lizards and chelonians. A new way to work! Fira de Barcelona > UAB: 09.30 UAB > Fira de Barcelona: 18.30 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.

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The main objective of this lab is to teach the basic knowledge of cutaneous cytology. The lab will begin with a session involving sampling and staining procedures and correct use of the microscope, and continue with recognition of cells and inflammatory patterns and diagnosis of the most common skin tumours. Participants will be trained by means of introductory lectures, cytologic slides that will be examined at individual microscopes, case material, group discussions and some slightly more challenging “mystery” slides. The workshop will cover an ample viewpoint on the use of cytology in veterinary dermatology with the guidance and tutoring of internationally known dermatology experts. By the end of the workshop, participants will be able to identify the most frequently encountered neoplastic samples, as well as unusual cytology cases. INSTRUCTORS: S. Bettenay (GERMANY), S. White (USA) and L. Ordeix (SPAIN) DATE: Thursday, 18 October 2012 HOUR: 09.00-13.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 11 PRICE: 266€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)


workshops

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Surgical Laser

Rehabilitation & Theraputic Laser

WOUND MANAGEMENT

CO2 LASER SURGERY IN SMALL ANIMAL PRACTICE. LET THERE BE LIGHT!

LEARN THE PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS OF REHABILITATION AND THERAPEUTIC LASERS TO IMPROVE THE OUTCOME OF YOUR ORTHOPAEDIC CASES

WOUND BED PREPARATION: THE SCIENCE OF OPEN WOUND MANAGEMENT AND DRESSING SELECTION

Don’t miss this opportunity to update your knowledge of emerging methods of physiotherapy based on rehabilitation methods and therapeutic lasers, an essential tool in today’s practice.

Advanced wound care embraces moist wound-healing principles and promotion of the ideal wound environment. Based on the latest science in wound care, this four-hour course will highlight the process of healing and demonstrate how different products, including Manuka honey, Silver, Foams, Collagen matrix dressings and more, can be used effectively to optimize the healing process and improve outcomes. The lab will begin with a state-of-the-art lecture on wound management that takes into account the recent advances in human wound care and how these advances have begun to influence veterinary medicine. Delegates will have the opportunity to handle products, question their role, and critically appraise them for practical use. The second part of the workshop will be a practical session based on “real” case examples, which will require a variety of products and wound-bed preparation techniques that will reinforce the instruction. Delegates will be asked to record each step and choose an appropriate product for management while considering their practical application. A coordinator will support each group and answer queries during the practical session. The course will close with a review of the cases and the decisions made to manage them. By the end of the course, participants should have a clear understanding of the benefit of wound-bed preparation and greater confidence in the role and use of advanced wound dressings.

Expand your surgical skills! Learn how easy it is to perform a variety of soft-tissue surgeries with outstanding surgical laser equipment. Spend a day learning CO2 laser surgery! This popular combination lecture and lab course gives comprehensive training in the safe use of the hollow wave guide CO2 surgical laser in small animal practice. The course is presented by an experienced practitioner and CO2 laser educator, from a practical, practitioner’s perspective. Morning lectures will teach participants how CO2 lasers operate and how CO2 laser light interacts with tissue. The science behind this valuable surgical tool (laser physics and CO2 laser-tissue interaction) will be briefly covered, as will CO2 laser equipment and safety. Proper technique will be discussed, followed by presentation of many everyday CO2 laser surgeries in both picture and video format. During the afternoon hands-on lab, participants will use a hollow wave guide CO2 laser and practise on tissue specimens and cadavers. Participants will also be given the opportunity to do everyday procedures on cadavers and to learn applicable concepts on articulated arm delivery systems. At the end of the course, participants will be confident about using a CO2 laser for all of the surgeries commonly done in a small animal practice. Additionally, each participant will receive multi-media reference materials. INSTRUCTORS: J. Godbold (USA) and L. García (SPAIN) DATE: Wednesday, 17 October, 2012 HOUR: 10.30 - 18.30 VENUE: Veterinary School PRICE: 718€ (615€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Physiotherapy is a growing area in veterinary medicine and an important aspect of treatment of many orthopaedic and neurologic conditions. This day-long lab, presented by an experienced practitioner and Class IV therapy laser educator from a practical, practitioner’s perspective, will be divided into a morning session dedicated to therapeutic exercises as an essential part of the animal’s physical rehabilitation, and an afternoon session that will cover laser therapy. In the morning session, participants will learn how to plan therapeutic exercises in common orthopaedic conditions, in conservative and post-operative treatments (hip dysplasia, cranial cruciate ligament rupture, elbow dysplasia, etc.), as well as how to choose the most appropriate exercise for each patient considering age, injury, and stage of recovery. The afternoon session consists of a two-hour combination of lecture and interactive learning, working in small groups with real animals. Participants, both current and prospective users, will learn how diode therapy lasers operate, how to use them safely, and how Class IV laser light interacts with tissue to reduce pain and inflammation and accelerate healing. Additionally, up-to-date treatment protocols for effective use will be explained, and the impact of Class IV therapy lasers on patient care will be demonstrated through presentation of many clinical cases in picture and video format. Exercises will demonstrate laser capabilities and techniques with an emphasis on safety for the patient, operator and observers. Each participant will receive multi-media reference materials at the end of the lab. INSTRUCTORS: R. Diniz (Brazil) and J. Godbold (USA) DATE: Friday, 19 October, 2012 HOUR: 9.30 - 13.30 and 15.00-17.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 12 PRICE: 359€ (297€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Learn the best methods for treating open wounds, from the most traditional and effective, to the most recently time-tested.

INSTRUCTORS: G. Hollis (UK), J. Marín (SPAIN) DATE: Saturday, 20 October, 2012 HOUR: 11.00 - 14.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 12 PRICE: 267€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

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workshops

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

RADIOLOGY

ULTRASONOGRAPHY vet academy

CHALLENGING CASES IN THORACIC RADIOLOGY

CANINE ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY

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.)

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.

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.) INSTRUCTORS: P. Kircher (SWITZERLAND), R. Hagen (SWITZERLAND) and R. Novellas (SPAIN) DATE: Saturday, 20 October, 2012 HOUR: 11.00 - 13.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 11 PRICE: 205€ (123€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

RADIOLOGY PACKAGE Thoracic Radiology + Pulmonary Patterns: 179€ (Package available only if you also register for the SEVC Scientific Programme)

PULMONARY PATTERNS: DO THEY HELP? Make sense of pulmonary patterns, learn how to recognize them in context, use them to develop differential diagnoses, and practise your radiographic 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 radiologic findings in identification of pulmonary patterns. Then, working in pairs at computer workstations, participants will evaluate clinical cases that will be presented along 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. INSTRUCTORS: P. Kircher (SWITZERLAND), R. Hagen (SWITZERLAND) and R. Novellas (SPAIN) DATE: Saturday, 20 October, 2012 HOUR: 16.30 - 18.30 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 11 PRICE: 205€ (123€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

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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. Participants 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, participants should be able to obtain suitable images of these organs. INSTRUCTORS: A. Agut (SPAIN), P. Kircher (SWITZERLAND), R. Hagen (SWITZERLAND), Y. Espada (SPAIN) DATE: Thursday, 18 October, 2012 HOUR: 09.00 - 13.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 12 PRICE: 446€ (328€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

ULTRASONOGRAPHY PACKAGE Canine Abdominal + Clinical Cases: 462€

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

ULTRASONOGRAPHIC IDENTIFICATION OF ABDOMINAL DISEASE. CLINICAL CASES Identification of abdominal disease made easy! By attending this lab, participants will enhance their ultrasonographic interpretation skills and gain useful knowledge and tips for diagnosing abdominal diseases. After a short introductory lecture that will cover several topics, including how to write an accurate ultrasound report, delegates will work in pairs at 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, groups of participants will discuss each clinical case and corresponding ultrasound report, with guidance from the instructors. INSTRUCTORS: A. Agut (SPAIN), P. Kircher (SWITZERLAND), R. Hagen (SWITZERLAND) DATE: Friday, 19 October, 2012 HOUR: 11.00 - 14.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 11 PRICE: 266€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)


workshops

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Cardiology

other companion animals

ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY: CORRECT USE AND INTERPRETATION OF THIS IMPORTANT DIAGNOSTIC TOOL

GASTROINTESTINAL, RESPIRATORY AND COELOMIC ENDOSCOPY IN LIZARDS AND CHELONIANS. A NEW WAY TO WORK!

An essential tool for the cardiologist! Participants will work in small groups with live animals and receive tutoring from specialists – don´t miss this opportunity to gain condence with your echocardiographic diagnoses.

Change the way you practise reptile medicine and surgery forever! Scope your way through this much-requested, all-day wetlab and learn all the fundamentals of reptile endoscopy.

The main purpose of this wetlab, which is considered basic-tomedium level, is to learn how to optimize all the echocardiographic projections in order to improve the quality of the examination and to analyze the information obtained for proper use in the clinical setting. The wetlab will be performed in two parts: a three-hour morning lecture session and a four-hour afternoon practical session with echo-training in dogs. The theoretical part will focus on a complete description of ultrasound physics and detailed instructions for obtaining standard echocardiographic image planes. Participants will learn how to correctly interpret the main echocardiographic images and measurements, not only from the anatomical point of view but also from the functional and hemodynamic point of view. This session will provide the basis to perform a good echocardiographic exam and an accurate interpretation and measurements of heart anatomy and function. During the practical session, participants will work in small groups to apply the echocardiographic information and learn best practices to get the best images for more reliable measurements. At the end of the wetlab, participants should have a basic level of cardiac physiology and pathophysiology, be able to obtain optimized projections and know the most relevant hemodynamic information obtained from those projections. INSTRUCTORS: C. Carlos (FRANCE), M.J. Fernández del Palacio (SPAIN) DATE: Thursday, 18 October, 2012 HOUR: 10.00-13.30 and 14.30-17.30 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 4 (morning) Room 12 (afternoon) PRICE: 564€ (462€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Rigid endoscopy has been established as a crucial technique for disease diagnosis and minimally-invasive surgery in reptiles. With the guidance and tutelage of a reptile endoscopy expert recognized worldwide, participants will enjoy a day-long workshop on reptile endoscopy. The morning will comprise of lectures on equipment choice and preparation, and gastrointestinal, respiratory and coelioscopy (laparoscopy) procedures. Lectures are heavily illustrated with images and video, and full written notes are provided. The afternoon wetlab will consist of live-animal endoscopy procedures in lizards and chelonians, including diagnostic evaluation and biopsy from the upper gastro-intestinal tract, cloaca, bladder, lung and coelomic viscera. Biopsy techniques, particularly of the liver and kidneys, will be practised, and minimally-invasive endosurgery will be performed using chelonian ovariectomy as a model procedure.

behaviour THE ROLE OF TEMPERAMENT IN CANINE AND FELINE BEHAVIOURAL MEDICINE Learn to prevent and treat behavioural problems in dogs and cats by identifying temperament traits at an early stage. Temperament traits are increasingly recognised as important risk factors in the development of many behaviour problems in dogs and cats. Therefore, recognising and working on temperament traits is essential to prevent and treat behavioural problems in companion animals. Working with animals and in small groups, the aim of this lab is to provide the clinician with the theoretical background and practical skills to assess and influence basic temperament traits in dogs and cats. INSTRUCTORS: D. Mills (USA), J. Fatjo (SPAIN) and P. Calvo (SPAIN) DATE: Saturday, 20 October, 2012 HOUR: 15.00 - 19.00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 12 PRICE: 267€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

The goal of this course is to make veterinarians comfortable with endoscopy equipment and offering the procedure to their clients. After this course, veterinarians should be able to perform with confidence gastro-intestinal, respiratory and coelioscopic evaluations in lizards and chelonians. INSTRUCTORS: S. Divers (USA), A. Montesinos (SPAIN), J. Martorell (SPAIN) and A. Martinez (SPAIN) DATE: Thursday, 18 October, 2012 HOUR: 10.30 – 18.30 VENUE: Veterinary School PRICE: 718€ (615€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

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Research abstracts – Posters

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

research abstracts – Posters Spain Anestesia – Anaesthesia (CL95) Comparación del uso de 2 tipos de tubos endotraqueales distintos en una técnica modificada de intubación nasotraqueal en anestesia de conejos Pedro Miguel Castro Sousa, Roberto Gaztañaga, Barbara Cortadellas, Montserrat Cabrero, Andreu Riera. (CL234) Estudio comparativo de los efectos hemodinámicos de noradrenalina, dopamina y efedrina en perros hipotensos Lidia Espigares, Juan Morgaz, Pilar Muñoz Rascon, Maria Del Mar Granados, Rafael Gomez Villamandos, Juan Manuel Dominguez, Andres Fernandez Sarmiento, Ignacio Lopez, Rocio Navarrete. (CL45) Ultrasound-guided dorsal approach for the blockade of the femoral nerve in cats Paulina Haro, Francisco G. Laredo, Francisco Gil, Marta Soler, Eliseo Belda, María Dolores Ayala, Amalia Agut. (CL231) Ventilación uni-pulmonar en pericardiectomía laparoscópica en un perro Verónica Vieitez Muñoz, Federico Soria Gálvez, María Martín Cuervo, Luis Alfonso Gracia Calvo, Esther Durán Flórez, Luis Javier Ezquerra Calvo. Cardiología– Cardiology (CL155) Displasia tricúspide en un boxer Carmen Martínez Bernal, Alba Galán Rodríguez, Claudia De La Paz, Eva Mª Martín Suarez, Jose Mª Molleda-Carbonel. (CL154) Evaluación del aliskiren como agente antihipertensivo en perros con insuficiencia valvular mitral Alexis Santana González, Beatriz Lopez Perea, Elena Carreton, Alberto Montoya-Alonso. (CL49) Fluticasona inhalada para el control de la inflamación crónica de las vías aereas en perros con colapso traqueal y valvulopatia mitral degenerativa crónica concomitantes Oscar Sáez Mengual, Jesús Talavera López, Mª Josefa Fernández Del Palacio. (CL249) Taquicardia atrioventricular ortodrómica reentrante en perros R. Guimarey, F. Costoya, M. Lorenzo, M.L. Suárez, G. Santamarina. Cirugía – Surgery (CL44) Estudio retrospectivo de herniorrafia perineal en perros y gatos C. Centelles Brull, F. J. Novoa Ojea, A. Riera Tort, J. Manubens Grau. (CL64) Injertos de piel en malla: 6 casos clinicos Carmen Díaz-Bertrana Sánchez, Anna Mª Sánchez Chimenos, Carlos Garrigós Del Pozo, Tania Torres, Jordi Franch Serracanta, Ignacio Durall Rivas. (CL205) Multiple magnet ingestion in a dog Paula Cañamero Giró, Laura Santos, Xavier Moll, Anna Andaluz, Félix García. (CL35) Omentalización pleural con ligadura en masa del conducto torácico y pericardiectomía en un gos d’atura con quilotórax idiopático Ignasi Lloveras Verdaguer, Yasmina Alonso Boix, David Albuixech Sama, Cristina Martori Matas, Marina Suarez Soler, Mireia Balliu Cristina. (CL80) Presentación conjunta de hernia diafragmática peritoneopericárdica y shunt portosistémico extrahepático en una cocker spaniel Carmen Catalá Puyol, Iolanda Navalón Calvo, José María Closa Boixeda. (CL146) Resolución quirúrgica de una fístula arteriovenosa intrahepática congénita en un gato Ariadna Ribas Latre, Coralie Bertolani Fournier, Marta Blanchart Llucià, Carmen Català Puyol, Josep Maria Closa Boixeda. (CL89) Single incision laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy using a new single port device (sils port) Francisco M. Sánchez Margallo, Angelo Tapia Araya, Idoia DíazGuemes Martín-Portugués.

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(CL171) Surgical management of a pyothorax, pyopericardium and intrathoracic granuloma associated to a foreign body Maria Manera, Jordi Franch, Erika Silva, Rosa López, Katrin Steffanie Rappe, Mireia Fernández, Èric Yherla, Carlos Torrente. (CL222) Uso de un sistema asistido por vacio para el tratamiento de una herida en piel de gran extension Cristina Utrera Busquets, Jose Mª Closa Boixeda, Iolanda Navalon Calvo, Araceli Calvo Aguado. Cuidados Intensivos – Critical care (CL237) A retrospective study of chylothorax in cats: 8 cases Anna Palazón Zabala, Lluís Bosch, Carlos Torrente. (CL19) Síndrome de la realimentación, a propósito de un caso Marta Pelach De Ribot, Maria João, Javier Marcos, Maria Fernandez, Elena Desoi. Dermatología – Dermatology (CL109) Demodicosis nodular en un dóberman adulto Lucía Iriarte Pinel, María Dolores Rodríguez García, María Dolores Tabar Rodríguez. (CL215) Discusión del tratamiento de la epidermolisis bullosa a propósito de un caso clínico María Pardo Cortinas, Lorena Martínez Huguet, Marta Seguí Luna, Maite Verde Arribas. (CL117) Efectos inhibitorios del adelmidrol tópico, sobre la respuesta inflamatoria cutánea inducida por antígeno, en perros beagle Santiago Cerrato, Pilar Brazís, Maria Federica Della Valle, Alda Miolo, Anna Puigdemont. (CL128) Metastatic pulmonary ceruminous gland carcinoma in a persian cat with chronic otitis externa Pedro J. Ginel, Beatriz Blanco, Josefa Ruíz, Joao Negrini, María Pérez-Aranda, Elena Mozos. (CL75) Primera descripción de un granuloma leproide canino en europa Marcos Fernández Monzón, Laura Ordeix, Janet A.M. Fyfe, Richard Malik, Pilar Brazís. Diagnostico por imagen – Imaging (CL113) Absceso perinéfrico no asociado a urolitiasis en un perro Juana Dolores Carrillo, Agustina Asón, Marta Soler, Maria Teresa Escobar, Miriam Martinez, Amalia Agut. (CL169) Estudio anatómico y ecográfico de la articulación del codo canino Aquilino Villamonte Chevalier, Rafael Latorre, Marta Soler, Francisco Gil, Ricardo Sarria, Amalia Agut. (CL104) Estudio radiológico de colapso traqueal Amaia Unzueta Galarza, David García Rubio, Ignacio De Blas Giral, Eduardo Ramón Solans, Isabel Torralba Follos. (CL66) Lesión ósea agresiva múltiple en un caso de leishmaniosis canina Amaia Unzueta Galarza, Gabriela Vega Álvarez, David Estany Bernal, Ana Benito García, Mª Carmen Aceña Fabián, Ángel Ortillés Gonzalo. (CL105) Neumotórax asociado a perforación gástrica Amaia Unzueta Galarza, Ana Benito García, Gabriela Vega Álvarez, Ángel Ortillés Gonzalo, David Estany Bernal. (CL76) Patrón tomográfico difuso de un carcinoma bronquioloalveolar en un gato de 14 años Marta Pelach De Ribot, Marta Puiggros Metge, Javier Marcos (CL165) Rabdomiosarcoma botrioide en la vejiga urinaria de una perra joven. Diagnóstico ecográfico Marta Blanchart I Llucià, Ariadna Ribas Latre, Josep Maria Closa Boixeda. (CL131) Ultrasonographic and computed tomographic imaging features in a dog with segmental caudal vena cava aplasia and congenital intrahepatic portocaval shunt Elisabet Domínguez, Mireia Fernàndez, Pablo Menéndez, Yvonne Espada, Rosa Novellas.

Digestivo – Digestion (CL81) Gastritis hipertrófica (enfermedad de ménétrier) en un golden retriever Meritxell Moral Solés, Mireia Fernàndez Aragonès, Natàlia Majó Masferrer, Jorge Martinez Martinez, Xavier Roura López Endocrinología – Endocrinology (CL156) Descripción de un caso de adisson en un cachorro de tres meses de edad Marta Puiggros Metje, Pilar Hernandez Enciso. (CL208) Hiperaldosteronismo primario por un adenoma de corteza adrenal (síndrome de conn) en un gato Hodei Maiza Guembe, Carlos Melián Limiñana. (CL192) Hipertiroidismo felino en españa: una enfermedad infradiagnosticada que afecta al 10% de los gatos geriátricos Matías Ruiz-Drebing, Mireia Peña, Jaume Rodón, Carlos Melián. (CL172) Hipoaldosteronismo hiperreninemico en un perro Paula Marco Cacho, Artur Font. (CL225) Prevalence of hyperthiroidism in cats from Barcelona Mireia Arnó Sardà, Marta Planellas, Josep Pastor, Roura Xavier, Sanseverino Rocco, Lloret Albert. Enfermedades Infecciosas – Infectious diseases (CL200) Actividad in vitro e in vivo de una mezcla vegetal en el control de la giardiosis canina Anna Salas, Celina Torre, Mª Auxiliadora Dea-Ayuela, Antonio Blanquer, Joaquim Castellà, Anna Ortuño. (CL31) Eficacia preventiva de leisguard (suspensión oral de domperidona al 0,5%) frente a la leishmaniosis canina en una zona endémica con alto riesgo de infección David Sabaté Elias, Jorge Llinás Ceballos, Pedro Suay López, Josep Homedes Beguer, Lluís Ferrer Caubet. (CL32) Estudio del efecto de leisguard (suspensión oral de domperidona al 0,5%) sobre la eficacia de un plan vacunal estándar en cachorros. Marta Salichs Florensa, David Sabate Elias, Jaume Rodon Vernet, Josep Homedes Beguer. (CL161) Estudio multicéntrico de seroprevalencia de las cvbd (enfermedades vectoriales del perro) en españa. Guadalupe Miro, Ana Montoya, Xavier Roura, Angel Sainz. (CL60) Prevalencia de la infección por micoplasmas hemotrópicos en gatos de portugal mediante pcr en tiempo real Verónica Martínez Díaz, A.C. Silvestre-Ferreira, Hugo Vilhena, Josep Pastor, Olga Francino, Laura Altet. Enfermedades Respiratorias – Respiratory diseases (CL217) Estudio retrospectivo de piotórax en la especie canina: 12 casos (2009-2012) Èric Yherla I Coll, Carlos Torrente Artero, Lluís Bosch Lozano. (CL97) Neumonía lipídica felina Sara Figueras Escribano, Marta Planellas Bachs, Antonio Ramis. Gastroenterology – Gastroenterology (CL114) Intususcepción gastroesofágica en un shar pei diagnosticado de megaesófago Esther Vergara Perez, Rosa Novellas Torroja, Yvonne Espada Gerlach, Ignacio Durall Rivas, Carmen Diaz-Bertrana Sanchez, Mireia Fernandez Aragones. Medicina – Medicine (CL99) Alteraciones urinarias secundarias al tratamiento prolongado con alopurinol en perros con leishmaniosis Luis Feo Bernabe, Marta Planellas, Josep Maria Monné Rodriguez, Annabel Dalmau, Josep Pastor, Ivonne Espada. (CL195) Amiloidosis en pequeños animales Ferran Valls Sànchez, Natàlia Majó Masferrer, Marta Planellas Bachs.

(CL90) Asociación entre mucocele biliar y endocrinopatías en el perro: dos casos clínicos Araceli Loste Montoya, Marta Borobia Frías, Marta Carbonel Antoñanzas, María Borobia Frías, Gemma Arandia Jaúregui, Delia Lacasta Lozano, M. Carmen Marca Andrés. (CL132) Concordancia de la medición de la glucemia empleando el glucómetro glucocard gmeter (a.menarini diagnostics, arkray) y el vetscan vs2 (abaxis) en plasma y en sangre entera en el perro. Lourdes Soriano Elío, Ignacio Redondo García, Pachi Clemente Vicario. (CL118) Dna chip to assess the genetic predisposition of labrador retrievers to develop hip dysplasia Verena Blume, Sergi Segarra, Nerea Bartolomé, Marta Artieda, Olga Francino, Armand Sanchez, Alfonso Velasco. (CL43) Estudio epidemiológico sobre la obesidad en el perro: influencia de la alimentación y factores ambientales Araceli Loste Montoya, Marta Carbonell Antoñanzas, Paloma Casas Pascual, Marta Borobia Frías, Delia Lacasta Lozano, M Carmen Marca Andrés. (CL52) Estudio retrospectivo de incidencia de incontinencia urinaria en perras tras la esterilización (2000-2012) Carlos Alagarda Cañas, Javier Tabar Rodriguez, Yago Taberné Lozano, Mª Dolores Tabar Rodriguez. (CL190) Safety and efficacy of mesenchymal stem cells for the treatment of joint injures in dogs. Juan Carlos Fuentes Sanchez, Martí Dalmases Arnella, Manuel Hermida Prieto, Javier García-Castro, Luis Mariñas-Pardo. Nefrología y Urología – Nephrology & Urology (CL121) Obstrucción ureteral con absceso retroperitonealpor cálculos de xantina eu un perro tratado con alopurinol Xavier Barnils Martinez, Lluís Sanz Hosta, Antoni Crespo Corbella, Nèlida Ciurana, Núria Paricio Claramonte. (CL47) Resolución de dos casos de obstrucción uretral de origen neoplásico mediante la colocación de un stent uretral Esther Torrent Galindo, Joan Quesada Gonzalez. (CL103) Successful use of tamsulosin in the medical management of bilateral ureteral obstruction in a dog Mireia Fernàndez, Elisabet Domínguez, Rosa Novellas, Yvonne Espada, Albert Lloret. Neurología – Neurology (CL46) “scottie cramp”: aspectos clinicos característicos y respuesta al tratamiento en el primer caso descrito en españa Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Alejandro Luján FeliuPascual, Daniel Sanchez Masián, Cristina Font Nonell, Juan Mascort Boixeda. (CL106) Ataxia hereditaria en el jack russell terrier: primeros casos diagnosticados en españa y utilidad de las pruebas de electrodiagnóstico Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Cristian De La Fuente Hernández, Juan Mascort Boixeda, Sonia Añor Torres. (CL224) Atypical acute neurologic presentation of canine distemper in adult dogs Beatrice Enrica Carletti, Eva Maria Martín, Ignacio Mesa, Alicia Guisado, Araceli Gamito, Alba Galán. (CL246) Disautonomía canina: a propósito de un caso atípico B. Blanco, C. Riquelme, Il Pacheco, A Escamilla, M.J. Bautista, A. Guisado, J. Ruiz, Ai Raya, P.J. Ginel. (CL220) Intracranial extension of a nasopharyngeal lymphoma in a cat: clinical, imaging and histological findings Neus Elias, Roberto José-López, Natalia Escanilla, Ignacio Mesa, Martí Pumarola, Sonia Añor.

(CL211) Meningitis eosinofílica idiopática atípica con afectación de los nervios craneales v, vii y viii en un rottweiler Rebeca Movilla, Cristian De La Fuente, Martí Pumarola, Sonia Añor. (CL107) Parálisis laríngea y sindrome de horner asociados a un carcinoma tonsilar de células escamosas José Raúl Pedregosa Morales. (CL122) Status epileptico como consecuencia de infarto isquémico regional crónico Jorge Valle Llarena, Francisco Fernández, Joan Mascort, Ángeles Zamora, Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual. (CL173) Tratamiento quirúrgico de malformación espinal torácica compleja en un cachorro de carlino con paraplejia crónica Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Jorge Llinás Ceballos, Jose Vicente Targa Villalba, Vicente Cervera Castellanos, Pedro Suay López, Valentina Lorenzo Fernández. (CL135) Utilidad de las de pruebas de conducción nerviosa en el diagnóstico presuntivo de un caso de botulismo canino Josep Brocal De La Corte, Cristina Font Nonell, Alejandro Lujan Feliu-Pascual. Odontología – Dentistry (CL83) A propósito de un caso de fractura mandibular en un gato: uso de composite dental Angelo Tapia Araya, Nancy Garcia Ruiz, Marcos González Durán, Domingo Vida Mombiela. Oftalmología – Ophthalmology (CL236) Síndrome gliovascular ocular canino: caso clínico Joana Bautista Gili, Marta Leiva Repiso, Carolina Naranjo Freixa, Teresa Peña Giménez, Natàlia Escanilla Medina, Rodrigo Pinheiro De Lacerda. Oncología – Oncology (CL194) Adenocarcinoma auricular infiltrativo en una gata de 1 año Cristina Clavel Claver, Miguel Angel Llor Martinez, Ana Rubio Caravaca, Carla Aguirre Pascasio. (CL123) Carcinoma hepatocelular en un gato Erica Cruz Millan, Asta Tvarijonaviciute, Juan Carlos Montero Galera, Juana D. Carrillo Sanchez. (CL30) Carcinoma pulmonar primario en gatos: 10 casos Lara Albert López, Natalia Majó I Maferrer, Marta Planellas Bachs. (CL84) Empleo de quimioterapia oral y subcutánea frente a linfoma linfoblástico de células b en un hurón doméstico Carlos Martínez Gil, Jacobo Giner Audivert. (CL219) Erythroleukemia in a retrovirus-negative cat Antonio Melendez Lazo, Ares Burballa Tarrega, Mireia Fernandez, Josep Pastor. (CL163) Estudio ecográfico y resonancia magnética en un carcinoma de cuerpo carotídeo en un perro Julia Farnós Álvarez, Ignacio Mesa Sánchez, Rosa Novellas Torroja, Laura Santos Benito, Laura Fresno Bermejo, Rafael Ruiz De Gopegui, Jorge Martínez Martínez. Hcv. (CL210) Hemangiosarcoma lingual asociado a herida traumática: diagnóstico, tratamiento y evolución Eva Rollon Mayordomo, Germán Santos Carballal , Pilar Rodriguez Carmona, Javier Rollon Mayordomo, Yolanda Millán Ruiz, Juana Martin De Las Mulas Gonzalez-Albo. (CL202) Inmunofenotipaje en neoplasias linfoproliferativas caninas. Antonio Melendez Lazo, Manuela Costa, Marta Planellas, Monstserrat Mesalles, Rafaela Cuenca, Josep Pastor. (CL239) Leucemia linfocitica cronica de celulas b, diagnostico mediante inmunocitoquimica Jaime Sa Jose Vzquez, Andres Calvo Ibbitson. (CL187) Linfoma de linfocitos grandes granulares felino asociado con hepatopatía vacuolar esteroidea Jorge Castro López, Miquel Miquel, Josep Tusell, Marta Planellas, Antonio Ramis, Josep Pastor.


Research abstracts – Posters

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

BRAZIL

Dermatología – Dermatology (CL110) Comparison of fipronil/(s)-methoprene and spinosad in effects on flea feeding and in controlling fleas in client-owned dogs Lisa Young, William Ryan, Kelly Rosenkrans, Anthony Rumschlag, Daniel Snyder. (CL188) Cutaneous cryptococcosis in a dog – case report Piergiorgio Castrucci, C.P. Burger, L.G, Souza, R.S. Carvalho. (CL141) Dermatophytosis caused by a chrysosporium species in two cats in turkey Banu Dokuzeylül, Beren Başaran Kahraman, Belgi Diren Sığırcı, Ege Güllüoğlu, Kemal Metiner, Kutsal Bezirgan, Mehmet Erman Or. (CL182) Pinnal lesions caused by actinic dermatosis and spilopsillus cuniculi infestation in a cat François-Xavier Carraud, Charline Pressanti, Maxence Delverdier, Marie-Christine Cadiergues. Diagnostico por imagen – Imaging (CL100) 3rd ventricle features in normal and pathological ventriculomegaly dog brains using in vivo magnetic resonance images Aseel Hussein, Jacques Penderis, Martin Sullivan. (CL166) Biopsy under elastography control – case report Kamila Glińska-Suchocka, Marcin Jankowski, Adriana Krupa, Krzysztof Kubiak, Jolanta Spużak, Maciej Grzegory, Wojciech Hildebrand.

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POLAND

Oftalmología – Ophthalmology (CL126) Feasibility of retinal imaging in geriatric screening Mike Davies, Lucy Dobree, Gareth R. Jones.

Medicina – Medicine (CL124) Evaluation of the suitability of doppler blood pressure measurement as a routine screen for geriatric cats and dogs in first opinion practice. Mike Davies, Lucy Barker. Nefrología y Urología – Nephrology & Urology (CL9) Retrospective study of ureteral ectopia in male dogs: twelve cases (2002-2011) Morgane Canonne-Guibert, Hélène Combrisson, Matthieu Manassero, Eymeric Gomes, Christelle Maurey-Guenec.

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Hematology – haematology (CL10) Steroid-responsible neutropenia in a dog Morgane Canonne, Auriane Berthet-Beaufils, Isabelle Lagrange, Mathilde Varin, Dan Rosenberg.

FRANCE

Cuidados Intensivos – Critical care (CL36) Pulmonary oedema in a hunting dog Carlos Fernando Agudelo Ramírez, Pavel Schánilec.

Enfermedades Infecciosas – Infectious diseases (CL62) Comparative evaluation of recombinant human granulocyte-colony stimulating factor and recombinant canine granulocyte-colony stimulating factor for treatment of puppies with neutropenia secondary to canine parvovirus infection Babak Yazdani, Ehsan Khaksar. (CL170) Evaluation of a quantitative point-of-care test for canine c-reactive protein Anne Jasensky, Carina Wienen, Ralf Einspanier, Barbara Kohn. (CL8) Relationship between anaemia and clinical forms in canine visceral leishmaniasis Raul Rio Ribeiro, Sydnei Magno Da Silva, Gustavo Oliveira Fulgêncio, Rachel Ferreira, Rafael Anias Dos Santos, Marilene Suzan Marques Michalick, Frédéric Frézard.

(CL58) Evaluation of the effects of platelet rich plasma plus demineralized bone matrix in the treatment of periodontal intrabony defects Ali Aliabadi, Mohammad Bazaei, Maryam Farahmand, Sara Varzandian, Ali Akbarifard. (CL228) Utility of surgical laser CO2 in therapy of canine oral papillomatosis Grzegorz Sapikowski, Adriana Krupa, Wojciech Hildebrand, Jarosław Popiel, Józef Nicpoń.

Oncología – Oncology (CL216) Acute retroperitoneal haemorrhage in a dog associated to an unilateral phaeochromocytoma: a case report Ana Barbosa, Maria José Silva, Pedro Cunha E Silva, José Graça. (CL159) Ovarian thecoma in an asymptomatic bitch Maria José Silva, Joana Cunha, Maria José Guimarães, Carla Lima, Cristina Ochoa, Leonor Orge, Ana Patrícia Fontes-Sousa. (CL108) Proliferative activity and pharmacological treatment effectiveness monitoring by quantitative evaluation of dna adducts and sex hormones in dogs with malignant perianal tumors Adam Brodzki, Wojciech Lopuszynski, Piotr Brodzki, Marcin Tatara. Otros animales de compañia – other companion animals (CL82) Pericardiocentesis in a guinea pig – case report Magdalena Garncarz, Wojciech Bielecki, Marta ParzenieckaJaworska, Joanna Bonecka. Traumatología – orthopaedics (CL16) Development of the ‘sirius’ canine total elbow prosthesis John Innes, Rob Pettitt, Paul Smirthwaite. (CL102) Lingual arch bar application for treatment of rostral mandibular body fractures in cats Mehmet Alper Cetinkaya, Cenk Yardimci, Umit Kaya. (CL22) Radiographic evaluation of femoral torsion and correlation with computed tomographic techniques in labrador retrievers with and without cranial cruciate ligament disease Ayman Mostafa.

FRANCE

Come and ask the authors about their scientific abstracts! Poster authors will be present to answer all your questions while you enjoy a drink!

Comportamiento – Behaviour (CL25) Evalution of physical fitness in police dogs João Alves, Graça Ferreira Dias, Ana Santos. (CL160) Is canine aggression toward people treatable? Yasemin Salgirli Demirbas, Tarkan Ozvardar, Ali Evren Haydardedeoglu, Bahri Emre. (CL98) The prevalence of dog’s reaction to different situation in the population of domestic dogs in Tehran, Iran. Mohammad Azizzadeh, Arsalan Kalami, Javad Khoshnegah,

Endocrinología – Endocrinology (CL177) Adrenal incidentaloma diagnosed as a pheochromocytoma in a fifteen years old dog – an unexpected finding with deadly consequences Ana Margarida Alho, Pontes Joana, Pereira Diogo, Rafael Tiago, Rui Seixas. (CL101) Hypoglycemia secondary to neoplasia: concurrent insulinoma and esophageal leiomyosarcoma in a dog Rodolfo Oliveira Leal, Sofia Mouro, Hugo Pissarra, João Cota, Maria Manuela Rodeia Niza, Maria Teresa Villa De Brito. (CL11) Interest of spect and ct image fusion in canine insulinoma: about a dog with paraneoplastic polyneuropathy Morgane Canonne, Jean-Laurent Thibault, Edouard Reyes-Gomes, Pauline De Fornel-Thibault, Dan Rosenberg. (CL23) Long term survival in a medically-treated cat with malignant aldosterone-secreting tumor and diabetes mellitus and heart failure Morgane Canonne, Valérie Chetboul, Dan Rosenberg.

Odontología – Dentistry (CL168) Changes of microbiological spectrum the dogs mouth and himus of duodenum development of periodontitis Agris Ilgažs, Edīte Birģele. (CL213) Delayed parotid duct sialocele secondary to distal occlusion following caudal maxillectomy: a clinical case report Lisa Alexandra Pereira Mestrinho, Pedro Brás Faísca, Maria Manuela Rodeia Espada Niza. (CL245) Dogs with periodontal disease evaluation the veterinary establishing of ponta grossa, paraná brazil Amanda Fiebig Nascimento, Luiz Fernando Bueno Gomes, Carlos Eduardo Coradassi, Ana Lorete Franke Coradassi, Paula Letícia Nemes Schwab Gomes.

LATVIA

FRANCE PORTUGAL PORTUGAL

PORTUGAL

Friday, 19 October: 19.00 - 19.45 Exhibition Hall, Pavilion 1, Posters Area

Cirugía – Surgery (CL183) An absorbable cable tie for ligation purposes tested for neutering of male dogs Odd V. Hoglund, A-S Lagerstedt. (CL201) Atresia anal y fístula recto-vaginal en una gata tratada quirúrgicamente por la tecnica ‘fistula flap’ Francesc Xavier Montasell Benitez, Rosario Vallefuoco. (CL209) Surgical management of xanthine nephro and/or ureterolithiasis secondary to long term allopurinol treatment: a case series in 4 dogs Lisa Alexandra Pereira Mestrinho, Maria Manuela Rodeia Espada Niza. (CL59) Thoracoscopic partial pericardiectomy for treatment of pericardial effusion in dogs Ali Bumin, Yusuf Sen, Oytun Okan Senel, Deva Basak Boztok, Ali Evren Haydardedeoglu.

BRAZIL

Traumatología – orthopaedics (CL214) Avance de la tuberosidad tibial mediante cuña de titanio poroso Alejandro Artiles Vizcaino, Donato Monopoli Forleo, Hernando Afonso Martín, Natalia Dominguez Cabrera, Miguel Andueza Medina, Mario Encinoso Quintana, Miguel Rodriguez Hernandez, Eduardo Rodriguez Harrinson, Juan Aire Prieto, Jorge Labao Machín. (CL67) Hemimelia peronea asociada a otras anomalías óseas en un perro mestizo Carmen Díaz-Bertrana Sánchez, Anna Mª Sánchez Chimenos, Carlos Garrigós Del Pozo, Tania Torres Serrano, Perdro Fontecha Umaña, Ignacio Durall Rivas.

Poster Presentation!

Anestesia – Anaesthesia (CL185) Anatomic and radiographic study of the spreading of an injectate at the lumbar plexus using the ventral ultrasound-guided suprainguinal approach in the dog Diego Fernando Echeverry Bonilla, Francisco Gines Laredo Alvarez, Francisco Gil Cano, Amalia Agut Giménez.

FRANCE

Otros animales de compañia – other companion animals (CL41) Calcificación hepática severa asociada a enfermedad renal poliquística en una tortuga mora, (testudo graeca graeca). Juan Daniel Hernández Marrero, Pedro L. Castro Alonso, Jorge Orós Montón. (CL145) Cromatoforoma en tortuga mora (testudo graeca) Ferran Bargalló Saumell, Albert Martínez-Silvestre, Jordi Grífols Ronda, Taiana Costa. (CL115) Diagnóstico y evolución de una neumonía en una tortuga chrysemys picta elegans mediante tomografía computerizada Montserrat Cabrero Niubo, Andreu Riera Tort, Pablo Menéndez Alegría, Bárbara Cortadellas Sánchez, Adriana Segura Figuerola. (CL229) Feather loss in a sun conure (aratinga solstitialis) associated to folliculitis by cryptococcus albidus Ferran Bargalló Saumell, Taiana Costa, Jordi Grífols Ronda, David Perpiñán. (CL203) Liver lobe torsion in a domestic ferret (mustela putorius furo) Laura Vilalta Solé, Yvonne Espada Gerlach, Natalia Majó, Jaime Martorell Monserrat. (CL12) Primer caso descrito en españa de zoonosis por ornithonyssus bacoti en hámsteres mascotas Claudia Rosa Valverde, Joaquim Castellà, Jaime Martorell. (CL164) Seroprevalencia de encephalitozoon cuniculi en conejos asintomáticos del área metropolitana de barcelona Neus Morera Celda, Lourdes Molina Igual. (CL175) Surgical repair of a common calcaneal tendon traumatic laceration in a vietnamese potbellied pig due to multiple dog aggression. Rosa Lopez Colom, Jordi Franch, Maria Manera, Katrin Steffanie Rappe, Erika Silva, Pedro Fontecha, Jaume Martorell, Encarna Casas, Diaz

(CL179) Non-simultenous, spontenous bilateral central tarsal bone luxation in a dalmatian dog Katrin Steffanie Rappe, Jordi Franch, Rosa Lopez, Erika Silva, Maria Manera, Carmen Díaz-Bertrana. (CL180) Ocd-like lesion in the femoral head of a west highland white terrier Erika Silva, Jordi Franch, Katrin Rappe, Maria Manera, Rosa Lopez, Rosa Novellas, Ignaci Durall, Pedro Fontecha. (CL186) Ultra structural evaluation of β-tcp chips as a synthetic osteoconductive graft for bone defect treatment in dogs Erika Silva, Jordi Franch, Cristina Manzanares, Pedro Fontecha, Ignacio Durall, Carmen Díaz-Bertrana.

POLAND

(CL29) Linfoma multicéntrico en un perro de 5 años de edad Edgar Serra, Itala Sunyer, Ignasi Pulido. (CL85) Masa cervical compatible con adenocarcinoma tiroideo en mapache (procyon lotor) Mireia Marquès Casasola. (CL28) Mastocitoma visceral en un gato de 4.5 años con derrame pleural Marta Pelach De Ribot, Adela Puigdomenech, Nuria Martin (CL24) Osteoma mulitilobular canino o ‘condroma rodens’ en una yorkshire terrier de 10 años Patricia Sebastián-Marcos, Rosana Saiz De La Maza-Martinez, Alfonso Terrén, Natalia Moreno-Borna. (CL144) Presentación y evolución atipicas de un sarcoma histiocítico diseminado en un golden retriever Joao Marcelino Negrini Neto, Em Hernández Robles, Pj Ginel Pérez, Mt Jiménez León, Elena Mozos Mora. (CL197) Primary lung tumours in dogs: 17 cases (2004-2012) Sérgio Gomes, Marta Planellas, Natalia Majó. (CL174) Sospecha de mastocitoma intestinal esclerosante felino Viviana Albarracín Calderón, Laura Fresno, Mariano Domingo, Albert Lloret Roca.

PORTUGAL

International

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International nursing programme

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

SEVC International Nursing Programme

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Friday, 19 October, 2012

Room

3

3

Moderator (M)

Rafael García

José Capaces

Moderator (T)

Enrique Barreneche

Xavier Raurell

8.30 - 9.25

How to handle and position small mammals, birds and reptiles to perform good x-ray exams J. Martorell

9.30 - 9.55

How to prepare blood samples from small mammals, birds and reptiles J. Martorell

11.00 - 11.55

Ophthalmology in consultation; what the technician needs to know and what are their functions T. Peña

Preparing the patient and assisting the surgeon in the operating room C. Nuñez

12.00 - 12.55

After the ortho surgery, now what? P. Lafuente

Follow-up of the critical patient M. Valencia

Lunch break

14.30 - 15.25

Learn to set goals to avoid becoming stagnant and unmotivated M. A Diaz

Dealing with difficult people M. McVey

15.30 - 16.25

How to place and maintain IV catheters M. A Daza

Wrinkled foreheads and clenched fists: stress management M. McVey

Coffee break

16.30 - 17.30

Lectures presented in English

Lectures presented in Spanish

How I Treat

“How I Treat” Lecture

17.30 - 18.25

Speaker Country of Origen

18.30 - 18.55 18.55 - 19.25

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Pain behaviour problems: key points for an early identification T. Camps

Coffee break

10.00 - 11.00

13.00 - 14.30

Lecture colour code:

Saturday, 20 October, 2012

USA

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

Update on feline infectious disease and vaccination protocols A. Sparkes

Usefulness of the hematology for the oncologic patient J. Pastor Nursing care and hospitalization of the neurological patient E. Beltran

USA

The SEVC International Nursing Programme has become one of the largest, most comprehensive programmes in Europe. More than 250 nurses from all over the world come every year to hear two days of lectures and seminars on the latest developments in veterinary nursing.


Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Aesculight CO2 Laser

Companion Therapy Laser

Visit our stand nr 440

KRUUSE Equipment and consumables for your clinic vScope Disposable Endoscope TonoVet Tonometer

KRUUSE Sutures- New Complete Range KRUUSE Manuka Honey Dressings

www.kruuse.com Experience - Quality - Service

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Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Exhibitors Exhibitor

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AFFINITY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 470 AJL OPHTHALMIC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 272 ANDOVER HEALTHCARE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 433 ANGELO FRANCESCHINI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 131 ARTHREX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 553 B BRAUN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 240 BAYER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 450 BIOIBERICA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 332 BSAVA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 561 CANALVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 364 CHEROKEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331 DECHRA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 541 DISTRIVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 440 EICKEMEYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 565 ELANCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 350 ESAOTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 333 ESTEVE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 516 EUKANUBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 FECAVA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 414 FOSCHI. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 552 FUJIFILM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413 GE HEALTHCARE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 GLOBAL UNIFORMS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 331 GRUPO ASIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 311 HALLMARQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 564 HENRY SCHEIN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 411 HIFARMAX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 275 HILL’S. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 420 IBERAMIGO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 210 IDEXX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 INSTRUMEVET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 175 JGLOBAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 162 JPI HEALTHCARE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 531 K-LASER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 362 KALIBO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 KARL STORZ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 432 KRUUSE. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 440 LABORATORIOS HEIGA SL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 313 LASER TECH IBÉRICA / Asa Laser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 LCA Pharma . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 533 MACLAREN SRL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 542

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MEDIPRODUCTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 412 MERIAL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 340 NAVC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 161 NOVARTIS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 220 OPTOMIC. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 ORTOPEDIACANINA.COM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 OSERVIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413 PHYSIO-TECH. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312 PORTAL VETERINARIO ARGOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 311 PRACTICE CVM. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 271 PURINA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 370 QSOFT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 361 QVET - VMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 361 RAL, TECNICA PARA EL LABORATORIO. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 511 ROYAL CANIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 320 SCIL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 171 SEDECAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 413 TOSHIBA MEDICAL SYSTEMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 276 TRAUMAVET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 553 UNIVET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 273 VET-BOOKS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 512 VETGENOMICS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 274 VETNOVA. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 165 VETOQUINOL. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 563 VETPLUS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 250 VETZ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 434 WINVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 551

ASOCIACIONES ABCD. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A10 ANAVET. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A06 ESAVS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A09 ESCAAP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A04 EVECCS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A07 HV MONTENEGRO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A05 IMPROVE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A02 ISFM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A01 RSAVA – Moscow Veterinary Congress . . . . . . . . . . . A09 SOS GALGOS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A03 VOORJAARSDAGEN. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A08

PARTNERS ANCLIVEPA ANIMAL HEALTH ADVISOR ANIMALIA ARGOS ASISTENTE EN CENTRO VETERINARIO CANISFELIS CLINICA VETERINARIA (AVEPA) CLÍNICA VETERINARIA (EDITORIAL AGUARA) CLINICIAN’S BRIEF DIER EN ARTS EJCAP ESVD 2012 IN PRACTICE INOVET INSTITUTO MICROMAT IVIS L’ESSENTIEL LA DEPECHE VETERINAIRE MOTIC NEO ANIMALIA NOSO CLÍNICA BRAZIL NUEVA ACTUALIDAD VETERINARIA NUEVOESPACIO SCHAEFERMUELLER PUBLISHING GMBH Schattauer THE VETERINARY BUSINESS JOURNAL VCOT VET4VET VETAGENDA VETCONTACT VETERINARY MANAGEMENT FOR TODAY VETERINARY PRACTICE VETERINARY RECORD VETERINARY TIMES VETSFORUM VETSONLINE.COM VETSTART VETSTREAM VETSURGEONS.ORG VNTIMES VSV-ONLINE


Exhibition Hall

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Lecture rooms 1-15

Exhibition Hall Lunch Service

470

564 563 561

165

361

362

162

161

450

350

250

Passport Kiosk

340

240

140

Lecture room nº16

440

542 541

433 432

332

420

POSTERS AREA 516 512 511

135

331

133 132 131

320

414 413 412

313 411

134

333

312

220

210

Show Area

Demo Area

Conference bags

Lunch Service

531

434

Cash bar

533

Free r entry fo s! rian a n i r e t ve

364

171

552 551

Exhibition Hall hours: Thursday 13.00-20.00 Friday 07.30-20.00 Saturday 07.30-20.00

Cyber Corner

175

272

276 271

565

275 274 273

370

Associations Area

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 spacious Exhibition Hall that features more than 130 leading companion animal veterinary companies from all over the world showcasing modern, innovative and sophisticated products and services.

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Check in area Registrations room Exhibitors’ help desk Press room

Entrance

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Partners and exhibitors list

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

AJL OPHTHALMIC S.A. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic AJL intraocular manufactures lenses and innovative high performance products in the field of ophthalmology for human and veterinary use. It offers a complete range of products such as: The hydrophilic and hydrophobic intraocular lenses for cataract surgery in different breeds of animals Ferdinad Zeppelín, 1 - MIÑANO, ALAVA 01510 (SPAIN) Phone: 945298256 email: ajlsa@ajlsa.com website: www.ajlsa.com

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ANDOVER HEALTHCARE 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 MASSACHUSETTS 9152 (UNITED STATES) Phone: 01-978-645-0044 email: sales@andoverhealthcare.com website: www.andoverhealthcare.com ANGELO FRANCESCHINI S.R.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Angelo Franceschini produces and commercialises Veterinary products. Production: Veterinary Instruments, Surgical and Examination Tables,Inox Furniture. Commerce: Surgical Tools, Electromedical, Diagnostic for images,Instrumentations and a wide range Material of Consumption for small and large animals. Via Ca’ Ricchi, 15 - San Lazzaro Di Savena - Bologna 40068 (ITALY) Phone: 051/6270333 email: info@angelofranceschini.it website: www.angelofranceschini.com

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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 ED. D, PL 3 - ST. CUGAT DEL VALLÈS, BARCELONA 08174 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 934927000 email: dpalau@affinity-petcare.com website: www.advanceveterinary.com

ANAVET Activity area: Association/ONG Spanish National Association of Veterinary Assistants Maestro Ripoll, 8 - MADRID 28006 (SPAIN) Phone: 622165049 email: anavet.asociacion@gmail.com website: www.anavet.com USA

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/

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Partners and exhibitors list

ARTHREX Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic New product innovation in arthroscopic surgery is the heart and soul of Arthrex, which has resulted in the development of over 5,000 products for arthroscopic and minimally invasive orthopaedic surgical procedures. Florida (USA) email: info@arthrex.com website: www.arthrex.com ASA LASER - LASER TECH IBERICA Activity area: Several services NUEVO laser terapeútico LASERTERAPIA MLS que combina distintas longitudes de onda sincronizadas, permitiendonos obtener óptimos resultados con tiempos de aplicación muy breves. También podra ver y probar nuestros equipos LASER QUIRÚRGICOS (CO2, Ho:YAG y Diodo) Visitenos en el STAND 134 C/ Estocolmo, 6 Local 3 y 4 - MADRID 28022 (ESPAÑA) Tel: 913060264 email: info@lasertechib.com website: www.asavet.it

B BRAUN VETCARE 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) Phone: +34 935902232 email: vet.es@bbraun.com website: www.bbraun-veterinaria.es


Partners and exhibitors list 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 - Sant Joan D’Espi, BARCELONA 08970 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 934956500 email: mascotas@bayer.com website: www.bayervet.net 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) Phone: +34 93 490 49 08 email: info@bioiberica.com website: www.bioiberica.com BRITISH SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION LTD Activity area: Association/ONG The British Small Animal Veterinary Association (BSAVA) exists to promote excellence in small animal practice through education and science. With more than 6000 members in the UK and across the globe, BSAVA is a leading provider of education resources and support for companion animal professionals Woodrow House, 1 Telford Way, Waterwells Business Park - Quedgeley, GLOUCESTERSHIRE GL2 2AB (UK) Phone: +44 1452 726700 email: administration@bsava.com website: www.bsava.com

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012 CANALVET Activity area: Publications Online channel television, specific to the waiting room of the veterinary centers. TV tailored to each center, is customized giving easy communication of offers and services of each center, acting like an marketing tool of the clinic. C/Peris i mencheta, 54 - BARCELONA 08032 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 935180740 email: mg@acticom.es website: www.canalvet.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. Calle Don Ramón de la Cruz 63. Local Comercial MADRID (SPAIN) Phone: 913096039 - 933072229 email: contacto@globaluniforms.es website: www.globaluniforms.es

Show room FRIDAY, 19 October 10:00-11:00: Product presentation, Josep Mª Riera and Helena Arce, ESTEVE Spanish 11:00-12:00: Presentation of the new social net for scientific communication between AVEPA speciality groups. www.veterinarycommunity.com, Gustavo Machicote, Jordi Rozas Barrachina, Joaquín Martínez Fuentes, AVEPA, Spanish 13:00-14:00: Canine Endourology. Endoscopy of Urethra, Bladder, Ureter and Pelvis. Lap Assisted Lithotomy Operation Technique Demonstration, Alexander Chernov, DVM, PhD, RSAVA OS, EndoVet Clinic, Kurgan, Russia, KARL STORZ, English 14:00-15:00: Dental health New by Eukanuba (Dental kit gift for all attendees), Miquel Bachs, EUKANUBA, Spanish 16:00-17:00: Dermatology clinical case, Ana Olivar, VETNOVA-UNIVET, Spanish 17:00-18:00: The Myths and Truths about Laser Therapy, Bryan J. Stephens, K-LASER, Spanish/English

SATURDAY, 20 October 10:00-11:00: Clinical experience with SOP blocked plates and OrthoFoam MMP, Alvaro Chasán, B BRAUN, Spanish 11:00-12:00: One year process for the AVEPA specialities accreditation system: the next steps, Ignacio Álvarez + Comité acreditación AVEPA, AVEPA, Spanish 12:00-13:00: Feline hyperthyroidism in Spain: underdiagnosed disease that affects 10% of geriatric cats, Matias Ruiz-Debrig, DECHRA VETERINARY PRODUCTS, Spanish 15:00-16:00: REAL MiniPet, a revolutionary system for collection, transportation and centrifugation of stool samples, Jordi Gimeno, JGLOBAL, Spanish/English 17:00-18:00 Orthopedics in dogs, Toni Ramón, ORTOPEDIA CANINA, Spanish

demo room Friday morning: Friday afternoon: Saturday morning: Saturday afternoon:

KARL STORZ K-LASER B BRAUN JGLOBAL

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DISTRIVET 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) Phone: 902-365-288 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, planta 2 - Sant Just D’Esvern, BARCELONA 08960 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 93 473 20 90 email: info@esaote.es website: www.esaote.es

ELANCO COMPANION ANIMAL HEALTH 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. Avenida de la industria, 30 - Alcobendas, MADRID 28108 (SPAIN) email: ElancoAC@lilly.com website: www.elanco.com

ESAVS Activity area: Education/Congress 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) Phone: +49 67822329 email: info@esavs.org website: www.esavs.org ESCCAP ESPAÑA Activity area: Publications 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) Phone: 609300371 email: verenablume@gmail.com website: www.esccap.org

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 Calle del Aire, 39 P.I. Els Bellots - Terrassa, BARCELONA 08227, Spain Phone: 902 190 932 email: atencli@iberamigo.com website: www.iberamigo.es THE NETHERLANDS

EICKEMEYER MEDIZINTECHNIK FÜR TIERÄRZTE 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) Phone: +49 7461 9658051 email: export@eickemeyer.de website: www.eickemeyer.de GERMANY

DECHRA VETERINARY PRODUCTS Activity area: Pharmaceutical A business unit of Dechra Pharmaceuticals PLC, Dechra Veterinary Products specialises in the development and marketing of licensed branded pharmaceuticals and specialist premium pet foods for companion animals in the global veterinary market Calle Balmes, 202 6ª Planta - BARCELONA 08006 (SPAIN) Phone: 935448507 email: info.es@dechra.com website: www.dechra.com

GERMANY

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

EUROPEAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE “DE VOORJAARSDAGEN” Activity area: Education/Congress Annual European Veterinary Conference on Companion Animal and Equine Medicine. April 18-20, 2013, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Register as of December 1 via www.voorjaarsdagen.org p/a Jan van Goyenkade 11 - Amsterdam 1075HP (NETHERLANDS) Phone: +31 20 679 3411 email: info@voorjaarsdagen.org website: www.voorjaarsdagen.org EUROPEAN VETERINARY EMERGENCY AND CRITICAL CARE SO Activity area: Association/ONG The European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS) was founded in 2002 as a nonprofit making organisation with the aim to promote the study, development and practice of veterinary emergency medicine and critical patient care in Europe. (NETHERLANDS) email: cfa@vet.ucm.es website: www.eveccs.org FECAVA Activity area: Association/ONG FECAVA is the platform to promote the professional development and representation of companion animal veterinarians in Europe. FECAVA strives to improve the veterinary care of pets, to highlight the human-animal bond and the ”One Health” concept. Rue Defacqz 1 - Brussels 1000 (Begium) Phone: +32 2 533 70 20 email: ulrike@fve.org website: www.fecava.org

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FOSCHI Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Since 1905 has been next to the Vet to help him choose the necessary tools to develop its practice. (ITALY) email: info@foschivet.it website: www.fischivet.es

HALLMARQ VETERINARY IMAGING LTD Activity area: Diagnosis Hallmarq is the leading global veterinary MRI company. We manufacture, install, train and support vets around the world. With our unique standing equine MRI system and our PetVet 1.5T high field MRI system for small animals we can help you with all your MRI needs. Contact us for more information. Unit 5, Bridge Park, Merrow Lane - Guildford GU4 7BF (UNITED KINGDOM) email: info@hallmarq.net website: www.hallmarq.net

FUJIFILM 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) Phone: +34 934511515 email: medicalmarketing@fujifilm.es website: www.fujifilm.es GLOBAL UNIFORMS Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Cherokee Uniforms exclusive distributor. C/Bilbao 91, local 4 - BARCELONA 08005 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 933072229 email: alexnoguera@globaluniforms.es website: www.globaluniforms.es GRUPO ASIS Activity area: Software 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) Phone: +34 976 461 480 email: comercial@grupoasis.com website: www.grupoasis.com

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) Phone: 900 50 10 50 email: ventasvet@henryschein.es website: www.henryschein.es PORTUGAL

ITALY

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HIFARMAX Activity area: Pharmaceutical Hifarmax is a young company dedicated to conceptualization, development and commerce of diagnostic and treatment solutions for animal diseases. (Portugal) email: info@hifarmax.com website: www.hifarmax.com HILLS PET NUTRITION 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) Phone: +34 913717960 email: serviciostecnicos@colpal.com website: www.hillsvet.es

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HOSPITAL VETERINARIO MONTENEGRO Activity area: Publications 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 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 - Rubi, BARCELONA 08191 (SPAIN) Phone: 902190932 email: atencli@iberamigo.com website: www.iberamigo.com

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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) Phone: 0034 934142608 email: laura-torres@idexx.com website: www.idexx.es IMPROVE IBÉRICA Activity area: Publications Improve Ibérica is a continuous medical training company for vets. Our mission: offer high quality postgraduate training, allowing delegates to develop their skills and knowledge progressively. Calle Rio Lozoya 5, Bloque Derecho 3 A - Parla, MADRID 28981 (SPAIN) Phone: 0034911881568 email: general@improveiberica.com website: www.improveiberica.es

DENMARK

IVIS Activity area: Software 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 publications each edited by highly qualified editors, proceedings of veterinary meetings, journals, short courses, an international calendar of veterinary events and much more. P.O. Box 4371 - Ithaca, NEW YORK 14852 (UNITED STATES) Phone: 607-821-1400 email: irma.revah@ivis.org website: www.ivis.org

USA

PORTUGAL

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ISFM - INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF FELINE MEDICINE Activity area: Publications 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 nonprofit making but will campaign on relevant feline issues. Taselbury, High Street - Tisbury (UNITED KINGDOM) Phone: 44 (0) 1747 871 872 email: info@isfm.net website: www.isfm.net

JGLOBAL Activity area: Diagnosis New company managed by professionals with over 20 years of experience in the veterinary diagnostics. The company introduces REAL Mini-Pet a device for the collection, transport and filtration of samples for the detection of intestinal parasites in pets. Hort de la Vila 38 1-2 - BARCELONA 08017 (SPAIN) Phone: 34637551254 email: info@jglobal.es website: www.realveterinary.net SOUTH KOREA

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) Phone: 0034 938613616 email: comercial@instrumevet.com website: www.instrumevet.com

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 (SOUTH KOREA) Phone: (82)2-2108-2580 email: postmaster@jpi.co.kr website: www.clearvision.co.kr JØRGEN KRUUSE A/S Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Family owned worldwide supplier of a wide range of vet supplies (10,000 items) to +100 countries through 350 distributors. Mains brands: KRUUSE, BUSTER (dog collars, dog/cat catheters, etc.) NEWS: canine rehabilitation range, Companion therapy laser, Aesculight CO2 surgery laser, Manuka honey dressings. Havretoften 4 - Langeskov 5550 (Denmark) Phone: +45 72 14 15 16 email: export@kruuse.com website: www.kruuse.com K-LASER USA Activity area: Publications 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. 1185 W. Main Street - Franklin, TN 37064 (USA) Phone: +1866.595.7749 email: snielsen@k-laserusa.com website: www.k-laserusa.com


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FRANCE

LCA PHARMACEUTICAL 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, Edificio BCIN, S/N - Badalona, BARCELONA 08915 (SPAIN) Phone: 934648058 email: espana@lca-pharma.com website: www.lca-pharma.com

BRAZIL

Call in to the “SEVC Vet Kiosk” to find your free magazines! Anclivepa Animalia ARgos ASISTENTE en CENTRO VETERINARIO (ANAVET)

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BRAZIL

CLíNICA VETERINARIA (AVEPA) CLíNICA VETERINARIA (editorial aguara) Clinician’s Brief Dier en ars

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In Practice inovet

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MOSCOW VETERINARY CONGRESS Activity area: Education/Congress Annual Moscow Veterinary Congress on Companion Animal Medicine. April 20-22/2013, Moscow, Russia. More then 20 sections, over 20 English speaking speakers Tsvetnoy blvd. 11, building 1 - Moscow 127051, Russia Phone: +79031120059 email: mail@rsava.org website: www.vetcongress

The SEVC partners with several international scientific vet magazines, and below are some of our partners.

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FRANCE

MERIAL Activity area: Pharmaceutical Merial is a world-leading, innovation-driven animal health company, providing products to enhance the health, well-being and performance of a wide range of animals. Merial employs 5,600 people in more than 150 countries. Its 2011 sales were more than $2.8 billion. Merial is a Sanofi company. 29 avenue Tony Garnier - Lyon 69007 (FRANCE) email: Frwebmaster@gmail.com website: www.merial.com

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LABORATORIOS ESTEVE Activity area: Pharmaceutical Company with more than 20 years of experience in veterinary market. We dedicate our activity to manufacture, sell and distribution of veterinary equipment. We are specialist in surgery tables, anaesthesia equipments, surgery illumination and all type of equipment for surgery rooms. Avda. Virgen de Montserrat 221 - BARCELONA 08041 (SPAIN) Phone: 934466000 email: esteveveterinaria@esteve.es website: www.esteve.es

FRANCE

MEDI-PRODUCTIONS Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Medi-Productions global leader in veterinary digital signage (+ than 600 clinics) presents Vet’Kiosk Online, the dynamic communication tool for waiting areas and Vet’Care Consult, the interactive exam room communication tool. Rambla de Catalunya, 38 / 8a planta - BARCELONA 08007 (SPAIN) Phone: 685989357 email: info@mediproductions.com website: www.mediproductions.com

Noso clínica brazil NUEVO ESPACIO the Veterinary Business journal

GERMANY

KARL STORZ Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic KARL STORZ has established itself worldwide as an international and highly regarded company in the production and sale of medical instruments and devices. Parque Empresarial San Fernando - Edif. Munich San Fernando De Henares, MADRID 28830 (SPAIN) Phone: 34916771051 email: marketing@karlstorz.es website: www.karlstorz.com

FRANCE

KALIBO CORREDURIA DE SEGUROS Activity area: Publications 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) Phone: 976210710 email: info@kalibo.com website: www.kalibo.com

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Vcot Veterinary management for today Veterinary record Veterinary times

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NEO ANIMALIA Activity area: Education/Congress Neo Animalia organises training courses for vets and is also the organizer of the annual international congress for small animal (CANIFELIS) and equine veterinarians (HIPPOS) in Brussel. A two day program combines updates on common pathologies, clinical investigation topics and State of the Art. Rue Sainte Catherine 17 - Huy 4500 (Belgium) Phone: +32 85 25 49 05 email: n.elnefily@neoanimalia.eu website: www.neoanimalia.eu SWITZERLAND

NAVC (NORTH AMERICAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE) Activity area: Publications 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 (UNITED STATES) Phone: 352-375-5672 email: info@NAVC.com website: www.NAVC.com

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NOVARTIS Activity area: Pharmaceutical Passionately saving, prolonging, and improving animal lives Schwarzwaldallee 215 - Basel (SWITZERLAND) Phone: 41 61 324 11 11 email: info@ah.novartis.com website: www.ah.novartis.com OPTOMIC Activity area: Diagnosis Optomic manufactures and distributes veterinary and medical equipment since 1988. We offer a wide range of high quality 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 - PI La Mina - Colmenar Viejo, MADRID (SPAIN) Phone: +34 902221177 email: comercial@optomic.com website: www.optomic.com ORTOPEDIACANINA.COM Activity area: Diagnosis www.ortopediacanina.com sells a selection of rehabilitation, physiotherapy and orthopedic products for dog. The store is exclusively on-line and provides an specilized advisory service to veterinarians in rehabilitation, physical therapy and orthopaedics products, like Tens, supports or braces. Sant Josep Oriol 2 - Badalona, BARCELONA 08911 (SPAIN) Phone: 619589800 email: info@ortopediacanina.com website: www.ortopediacanina.com

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OSERVIS VETERINARIA, S.L. Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic Equipment for veterinary clinics. Pg. Lola Anglada, 18 Local 3 - TERRASSA, BARCELONA 08228 (SPAIN) Phone: 666521052 email: maribel@oservis.es website: www.oservis.es 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) Phone: 0049 431 535 50 2-0 email: info@physio-tech.com website: www.physio-tech.com PORTAL VETERINARIO ARGOS Activity area: Software 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) Phone: +34 976461059 email: comercial@grupoasis.com website: argos.portalveterinaria.com PRACTICE CVM SLL Activity area: Material for the Veterinary Clinic CVM offers to the vets ultrasound, analytic and digital radiography equipment. cuesta estacion 8 bajo - Tudela, NAVARRA (SPAIN) Phone: 34948821713 email: cvm@cvm.es website: www.cvm.es

PURINA 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 (Pol. Industrial Comte de Sert) Castellbisbal (SPAIN) Phone: +34 93 772 45 00 email: carla.alvero@purina.nestle.com website: www.purina.es QVET Activity area: Publications Controls all the processes QVET clinical, administrative and planning your business. Used by more than 3,000 centers and 14 veterinary university hospitals in 22 countries. QVET is a unique program that includes three major modules for managing your marketing vet. Parque Empresarial Entrevías, Edificio Principal, Planta 1 -C/ L.A.Clavería, 105 - 25191 LLEIDA 25191 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 973223185 email: info@q-soft.net website: www.qvet.net


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Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

100% flea control in 4 hours1 100% waterproof

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Comfortis® is a palatable monthly tablet Starts to kill fleas in 30 minutes Doesn’t wash off Dog can be stroked immediately after treatment

©2012 Elanco, a division of Eli Lilly and Company Limited Comfortis is a registered trade mark of Eli Lilly and Company Limited ESCACCMF00063 Composition: tablets of 270, 425, 665, 1040 and 1620 mg of spinosad. Indications for use and target species: Treatment and prevention of flea infestations (C. felis) in dogs for up to 4 weeks after a single administration of the product. Contraindications: Do not use in dogs under 14 weeks of age. Do not use in case of known hypersensitivity to the active substance or to any of the excipients. Adverse reactions: The most frequently observed adverse event is vomiting in the first 48 hours after dosing. Other adverse reactions were uncommon or rare, and included lethargy, anorexia, diarrhoea, ataxia and seizures.

Amounts to be administered and administration route: 45-70 mg/kg bodyweight orally at monthly intervals. Administer product with food or immediately after feeding. Special precautions: Use with caution in dogs with pre-existing epilepsy. The safety of spinosad has not been sufficiently established in pregnant dogs (bitches) and in male dogs used for breeding. The use of the product is dogs weighing less than 3.9 kg is not recommended. Marketing authorisation numbers: EU/2/10/115/001, 3, 5, 7, 9. Prescription-only medicine Blagburn BL et al (2010) Veterinary Parasitology 168: 312-317

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Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012 SOS GALGOS Activity area: Publications 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 targeting the welfare of greyhounds within Spain Angel Guiemra 17, 1 - Esplugues De Llobregat BARCELONA 08950 (SPAIN) Phone: 933727750 email: sosgalgos@sosgalgos.org website: www.sosgalgos.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) Phone: 34914902309 email: info-es@scilvet.com website: www.scilvet.com

TOSHIBA MEDICAL SYSTEMS Activity area: Diagnosis Sales and service of diagnostic imaging systems for veterinary and medical use Ctra de Fuencarral 46 - Alcobendas, MADRID 28108 (SPAIN) Phone: 914905850 email: lsanjose@tmse.nl website: www.toshiba-medical.eu

SEDECAL Activity area: Diagnosis SEDECAL is specialised in manufacture conventional and digital Vet radiology and also specific applications are designed for veterinary. As a result of the investment in research and development we have high end radio diagnostic equipments with specific imaging applications on pet C/Pelaya 13. Pol. Ind. Río de Janeiro - Algete MADRID 28110 (SPAIN) Phone: 916280544 email: info@sedecal.com website: www.sedecal.com

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ROYAL CANIN Activity area: Animal Nutrition Royal Canin is a company committed to the Health Nutrition of dogs and cats, with the view to giving the most precise and adequate nutritional answer. The principles “The Animal Comes First” and “Knowledge and Respect” govern the brand’s ethics and the development of every innovation. Via de los Poblados 1, P.E Alvento, Edif. B, 6º planta MADRID 28033 (SPAIN) Phone: 34 914492190 email: info@royalcanin.es website: www.royalcanin.es

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: stefano.delmedico@traumavet.com website: www.traumavet.com UNIVET Activity area: Diagnosis UNIVET is a Diagnostic laboratory, specialized in Veterinary Dermatology, that offers products and services to diagnose and treat the main skin diseases in companion animals, among the main services: - diagnostic test for allergic dermatitis - allergen specific immunotherapy - histological diagnosis Av Cerdanyola 92-94 - Sant Cugat del Valles, BARCELONA 08172 (SPAIN) Phone: 935843388 email: univet@univet.es website: www.univet.es

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SEVC 2012 Main sponsors

Activity area: Animal Nutrition Stand No 470 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. website: www.advanceveterinary.com

Activity area: Pharmaceutical Stand No 350 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. website: www.elanco.com

Activity area: Animal Nutrition Stand No 370 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. website: www.purina.es

Activity area: Animal Nutrition Stand No 320 Royal Canin is a company committed to the Health Nutrition of dogs and cats, with the view to giving the most precise and adequate nutritional answer. The principles “The Animal Comes First” and “Knowledge and Respect” govern the brand’s ethics and the development of every innovation. website: www.royalcanin.es


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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) Phone: +34 918 440 273 email: vetnova@vetnova.net website: www.vetnova.net VETOQUINOL 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) Phone: +34 91 490 37 92 email: vev.sa@vetoquinol.es website: www.vetoquinol.es

VETPLUS 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 ageing, skin problems, exocrine pancreatic insuficiency, cystitis, epilepsy, liver problems, etc. (UNITED KINGDOM) email: info@laboratoriosvetplus.com website: www.vetplus.co.uk THE NETHERLANDS

VETGENOMICS SL Activity area: Diagnosis VETGENOMICS is a company with experience in animal genomics, with capacity for innovation and flexibility to adapt technology to customer needs, increasing the added value of its products and becoming a partner of choice in R + D+ i. Vetgenomics is a SME spin-off of the UAB. With a team of 8 people Edifici Eureka Campus UAB - Bellaterra, BARCELONA 08193 (SPAIN) Phone: 935868978 email: info@vetgenomics.com website: www.vetgenomics.com

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Poster Area! Open throughout the whole congress with 137 abstract research posters. Ask the authors about their research while enjoying a glass of wine on Friday, 19 October at 19.00.

VETZ BV Activity area: Diagnosis No. 1 supplier for best quality digital x-ray systems in Europe! Middeldiepstraat 58 - Sliedrecht 3361 V (NETHERLANDS) Phone: 0031184820201 email: info@myvetz.nl website: www.vetz.nl VMS - QVET Activity area: Publications 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). Parque Empresarial Entrevías, Edificio Principal, Planta 1 -C/ L.A.Clavería, 105 - 25191 LLEIDA 25191 (SPAIN) Phone: +34 902 117 866 email: alex.sans@q-soft.net website: www.qvet.net 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) Phone: 911812590 y 902100142 email: winvet@qcompusoft.com website: www.winvet.es

Catering!

Cyber Corner!

Complimentary coffee will be available for attendees and visitors at food service areas throughout the Exhibition Hall. During lecture breaks, fruit and sweets will also be served.

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

Lunch: All conference attendees will receive two lunch tickets to be exchanged at catering points in Pavilion 1 in the Exhibition Hall. Extra tickets can be purchased from the SEVC Secretary for €20.

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social events

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

Exhibition Hall Opening Thursday 18 October 2012: 19.30 - 20.30 Pavilion 1, Exhibition Hall After the success of last year’s Exhibition Opening the SEVC invite all delegates again to enjoy the show and share a relaxed moment in the Exhibition Hall

President’s Welcome & Awards Presentation

Presentation of Posters

Thursday, 18 October 2012: 17.00 - 18.00 Pavilion 1, Exhibition Hall, Show Room

Friday, 19 October 2012: 19.00 - 19.45 Pavilion 1, Exhibition Hall, Posters Area

Dr. Artur Font, SEVC 2012 President, and the NAVC President will welcome delegates and present the following awards:

Poster authors will be available to answer your questions about their scientific abstracts. Enjoy a glass of Spanish wine as you learn!

• AVEPA “Miguel Luera” Scientific Award • SEVC 2012 Awards for best Abstracts

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Social events

Barcelona, 18 - 20 October 2012

International Welcome Reception

Grand SEVC Fiesta! Saturday, 20 October: 21.30 - 03.00 Fira de Barcelona – Z6 (next to the Magic Fountains)

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Again this year, all conference delegates are invited to the SEVC’s “Grand Fiesta!” Enjoy a typical Spanish fiesta with live performances, Spanish tapas, drinks, and music that will make you want to dance all night. To attend the Fiesta, you must present your official invitation, so please don’t forget it!

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Friday 19 October 2012: 19.45 - 20.30 Pavilion 1, Exhibition Hall, Posters Area

Entrance Metro

Tourist Information Point

Plaza España

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