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Final Programme 2013

17 - 19 October

2013

Fira de Barcelona (Montju誰c)

Barcelona, Spain Where vets meet in Europe!

www.sevc.info


Barcelona

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

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.

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 Gaudí and other architects, and soak up Modernisme, the city’s home-grown Art Nouveau movement and all that Barcelona has to offer.

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Photo © Martin Abegglen

Absorb Barcelona’s wonderful history and bohemian atmosphere. Walk through the Gothic Quarter, one of the world’s best-preserved medieval areas, and the Ribera and Raval districts. The bustling streets and neighbourhoods can be easily explored by bus, by bicycle or on foot.

17 - 19 October 2013 • A 3-day meeting • 5,000 professionals • Attendees from more than 40 countries • 80 international speakers • 200 lectures • Simultaneous translation in all rooms • 100 research abstracts • 12 hands-on wet labs and workshops • Over 100 international exhibitors


Contents

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

17 - 19 October 2013 Fira de Barcelona (Montjuic) Barcelona, Spain

Contents Scientific Programme

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SEVC 2013 Southern European Veterinary Conference

Workshops

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Research Abstracts

18

International Nursing Programme

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The SEVC’s mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care in a professional, but fun, environment. This year’s social events will include the not-to-be-missed Grand SEVC Fiesta.

Companies

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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.

Social Events

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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 2013, there are 200 lectures by 80 world-wide experts which cover every aspect of companion animal veterinary care, from diagnosis to therapy, including specific topics such as reproduction, anaesthesia, dentistry, dermatology, diagnostic imaging, emergency/critical care, neurology, ophthalmology and orthopaedics.

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President’s Welcome & Committees

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

2013 Committees Organising Committee

PROGRAMME CHAIRperson

Artur Font (Spain) SEVC 2013 President Rafael Molina( Spain) Vicens Gimeno (Spain) Jordi Franch (Spain) Colin Burrows (USA) David F. Senior (USA) Jorge Guerrero (USA) Joaquin Aragonés (Spain) Philippe Moreau (France)

Behaviour: Marta Amat (Spain) Dentistry: Fidel San Roman (Spain) Dermatology: Laura Ordeix (Spain) Emergency and Critical Care: Isabelle Goy-Thollot (France) Feline Medicine: Andrew Sparkes (UK) Imaging: Patrick Kircher (Switzerland) Nursing: Jose Marín (Spain) Ophtalmology: David Williams (UK) Orthopaedics: John Innes (UK) Other Companion Animal: Jaume Martorell (Spain) Pain Management and Anesthesia: Luis Campoy (USA) Practice Management: Ernie Ward (USA) Small Animal Medicine: Guillermo Couto (USA) and Artur Font (Spain) Surgery: Gary Ellison (USA)

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)

European Liaison 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

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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 SEVC 2013 Dear Colleagues, or to It is my great pleasure and hon of the Southern address you all as president nce. We have European Veterinary Confere ss (the 7th gre approached the 2013 Con PA National annual SEVC and the 48th AVE husiasm and Congress) with the same ent had every year determination that we have erinarians, and vet to offer all our members, gramme partners the best scientific pro rovement of that will contribute to the imp animal welfare.

erinary Specialists, thank ociation of Small Animal Vet On behalf of the Spanish Ass excellent national and nce. I know you will enjoy the you for attending this confere you will find all the l as the Exhibition Hall, where international speakers, as wel dicine, surgery, nutrition, ut the advances in internal me abo tion rma info ate to-d upch more. ll and exotic animals, and mu pharmacology, imaging of sma ntific programme, s this year, not only to the scie nge cha l era sev de ma e hav We cial entrance to the lities. There will now be a spe but also with the physical faci Exhibition Hall and the tina, where you can enter the SEVC from Avenida Maria Cris 5). Conference Rooms (Pavilion our city and our and know that you will enjoy We welcome you to Barcelona Congress.

t, Ldo. Vet. Dipl. ECVIM-CA Artur Fon SEVC 2013 President


General Information

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

General Conference Information SEVC Final Scientific Programme

SEVC Speaker Room

Congratulations! If you have received this Final Programme, it is because you are attending the SEVC 2013. 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.

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.

SEVC Badge Collection Desks SEVC 2013 badge collection desks are located in the entrance of Pavilion 5. 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 events. For your convenience, the desks will be open: Thursday, 17 October: 08.30 - 20.00 Friday, 18 October: 07.30 - 20.00 Saturday, 19 October: 07.30 - 20.00

SEVC Registration Badges Please take care of your registration badge and its holder. The badge provides access to not only the Conference Rooms but also the Exhibitors’ Area, and it authorises you to collect your Certificate of Attendance at the “Bayer Cyber Corner.” Each badge has a bar code that will be read by SEVC personnel when you enter these areas. Coffee and lunch tickets are also included in the badge holder. Security personnel have been instructed to refuse admission to anyone not wearing an official SEVC name badge. In case of loss or damage, the organisation will provide you with a new badge. Lunch and coffee tickets won’t be replaced.

SEVC Conference Bags Collect your conference bag at the collection desk at the entrance to Pavilion 5. Each bag contains the SEVC 2013 Proceedings CD, the 2014 Conference First Announcement, and other exhibitor information.

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.

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.

Wi-Fi Free Wi-Fi will be available all conference delegates.

NEW

SEVC 2013 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.

Unattended Baggage If you find any lost items please take them to the cloakroom where you will find “Lost and Found”. Please do not leave your belongings unattended. SEVC will not be responsible for any lost items.

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Conference Floor Plan

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

SEVC 2013 Venue Opening Times Thursday 17th: 14.00 - 20.00 LEVEL 1 Friday 18th: 07.30 - 20.00 N310 N311 N312 N314 N315 Saturday 19th: 07.30 - 20.00

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Venue Map

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Scientific Programme

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Scientific Programme Official CE CREDITS

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

AVEPA - Asociación de Veterinarios Españoles Especialistas en Pequeños Animales USA

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

GERMANY

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 worldwide experts. Lecture colour code:

How I Treat

“How I Treat” lecture

Lectures presented in Spanish

THE NETHERLANDS

Lectures presented in English State of the

Art

creditación Especialidades Veterinarias

RACE - Registry of Approved Continuing Education AAVSB - American Association of Veterinary State Boards Course meets the requirements for 35 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 2013 certificate. KNMvD - Koninklijke Nederlandse Maatschappij voor Diergeneeskunde U moet daarvoor binnen een maand na afloop van het congres kontakt opnemen met de nascholings registratie zoals die in Nederland voor dierenartsen en para-veterinairen functioneert. Als u ‘hier klikt’ treft u het accreditatie protocol met de volledige tekst die daarop betrekking heeft.

“State of the Art” NAVC Speaker Speaker Country lecture of Origen (North American Veterinary Conference)

Thursday, 17th October 2013 surgery

Imaging

Dermatology

Small Animal Medicine

Practice Management

Behaviour

7*

11

5

Rick Lecouter

Marta Amat

Ernest Ward

15.00 - 15.55

The noisy bulldog – endo diagnosis and surgical management Dr. G. Dupre

Diagnostic imaging in cancer patients – state of the art of staging Dr. P. Kircher State

Dermatoscopy: a tool to understand skin lesions Dr. F. Scarampella

What ophthalmic equipment should I have in my consulting room? Dr. M. Leiva

Principles of immunosuppressive therapy Dr. M. Day State

Using maternal pheromones to provide secure attachment: example in dogs Dr. P. Pageat

Secrets of high performing practices F. Wood

Interventional imaging – the art of sampling tissues Dr. P. Kircher

A “new” diagnostic tool in veterinary dermatology: the dermatoscope Dr. F. Scarampella

What ophthalmic drugs should I have in my pharmacy? Dr. D. Williams

What’s new about canine IMHA? Dr. M. Day

The new era in pheromonatheraphy: from “natural identical” to potentiated synthetic pheromones Dr. P. Pageat

Capturing latent opportunities – growing your revenue using existing clients F. Wood

17.00 - 17.30

Art

USA

of the

FRANCE

ITALY

Art

SWITZERLAND

Laryngeal paralysis – diagnosis and surgical options Dr. E. Friend

of the

USA

8 Teresa Peña

FRANCE

6 Laura Ordeix / Luis Campoy

ITALY

3 Rosa Novellas

SWITZERLAND

14 Gary Ellison

AUSTRIA

Room Moderator (A)

16.00 - 16.55

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

Anaesthesia

My top 10 pearls for diagnosing and managing esophageal disorders in dogs Dr. S. Marks

From personal experience-based opinion to validated indicators: the future of behavioural medicine Dr. P. Pageat

Product sales: bane or bonanza? Fight or flight? F. Wood

18.30 - 19.25

Local and advancement flaps for facial reconstruction Dr. G. Dupre

MRI: inflammatory versus neoplastic disorders of the brain Dr. I. Carrera

Management and prevention of perioperative hypothermia Dr. M. Read

Diagnosing and treating the suddenly blind eye Dr. M. Leiva

A roadmap to diagnosing and managing chronic diarrhea in dogs Dr. S. Marks

Management strategies to reduce stress-induced behavioural changes in dogs and cats Dr. X. Manteca

Investing in new equipment or technology: does it cost or does it pay? F. Wood USA

USA

CANADA

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

USA

Diagnosing and treating the red eye Dr. D. Williams

FRANCE

Pathophysiology of perioperative hypothermia in small animals Dr. M. Read

USA

Gastrointestinal neoplastic disease: from ultrasound to CT Dr. A. Agut

CANADA

Surgical management of otitis media in dogs and cats Dr. M. Jimanez Pelaez

SWITZERLAND

17.30 - 18.25

AUSTRIA

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Ophthalmology


Friday, 18th October 2013

Scientific Programme

SMall Animal Medicine

Feline Medicine

Other Companion animals

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

DERMATOLOGY

Practice Management

Surgery

6

8

Room

3

14

5

Andy Sparkes

Albert Martinez

Moderator (M)

Maite Verde

Juan Carlos Cartagena

Ana Barajuan

Moderator (A)

Loli Tabar

Diego Esteban

Fidel San Roman

Moderator (A)

Luc Beco

Esteban Puyol

Richard Nap

8.30 - 9.25

The 1-3 minute blood film review: why is it important and how do I do it? Dr. D. DeNicola

Infertility in the queen Dr. S. Romagnoli

Parrot behaviour: normal and disorders Dr. B. Speer

8.30 - 9.25

Non neoplastic-cutaneous diseases: cutaneous lymphocytosis and cutaneous reactive histiocytosis Dr. D. Morris

Reconstruction of trunk wounds Dr. E. Friend

If I’m such a good doctor, why aren’t I making any money Dr. J. Werber

9.30 - 10-25

Anemia – red blood cell morphologic clues to the cause Dr. D. DeNicola

Plasma cell feline pododermatitis Dr. F. Scarampella

How I use silver dressings in wound management Dr. G. Ellison

The “new” economy – working within the framework of clients’ budgets Dr. J. Werber

10.30 - 10.55

Interpreting surgical pathology reports: how do I help my patient with a biopsy? Dr. D. Russell

USA

Non neoplastic-cutaneous diseases: cutaneous mastocytosis in dogs and cats Dr. F. Scarampella

State of the Art

ITALY

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

Coelomitis in birds Dr. B. Speer

13.00 - 13.55

General principles of gastrointestinal surgery Dr. E. Friend

How to deal with the dreaded negative internet reviews Dr. J. Werber

15.00 - 15.55

Public health aspects of MRSP and MRSA Dr. D. Morris

Perineal hernia repair Dr. M. Jimenez Pelaez

Making the phone ring, driving footfall – what works and is cost-effective Dr. A. Lambert

USA

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Feline bronchitis Dr. M.L. Suarez

How I Treat

How I Treat

19.00 - 20.00

Red Version

Ocular herpes virus infection Dr. D. Williams

Congenital cleft palate How Dr. A. Reiter I Treat ExLogoTypoActPedigree50x60redV2.ai 20/04/2012

18.00 - 18.55

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

Vaccines for infectious cutaneous diseases Dr. D. Morris

17.00 - 17.55

USA

17.30 - 17.55

16.00 - 16.55

Oral cancer – from biopsy to excision Dr. A. Reiter USA

Feline mast cell tumors Dr. S. Murphy

USA

16.30 - 17.25

How to get the most from your sample: interpreting pathology reports Dr. D. Russell & Dr. G. Couto

Red Version

USA

Oral trauma – from suturing to plating Dr. A. Reiter

USA

Ocular manifestations of systemic disease Dr. D. Williams

USA

How to get the most from your pathologist Dr. D. Russell

Surgical management of cystic and urethral calculi in dogs Dr. E. Friend

Red Version

Peri-operative Analgesia: a new horizon Dr. E. Belda

Poster Presentation and International Welcome

18.00 - 18.25

18.30 - 20.00

USA

Multiple drug resistance in staphylococci: how it’s changing the way we practice Dr. D. Morris

Dentistry

15.30 - 16.25

USA

Lunch in the Exhibition Hall

14.00 - 15.00

Lunch in the Exhibition Hall

14.00 - 15.25

He said, she said – let’s cut out the nonsense and get back to work! Dr. J. Werber

Diaphragmatic hernia repair Dr. M. Jimenez Pelaez

USA

Oestrus control in the breeding queen Dr. S. Romagnoli

Malassezia dermatitis and malassezia otic overgrowth Dr. D. Morris

Time to own your exam room, and make it work for you! Dr. J. Werber

USA

12.00 - 12.55

USA

Clinical approach to the patient with pleural effusion Dr. M.L. Suarez

MRI in exotic animals: clinical cases Dr. J. Martorell

Drug-resistant pyoderma with topicals Dr. D. Morris

How I Treat

USA

State of the Art

Feline lymphoma – part II Dr. S. Murphy

Laparoscopic methods for the practitioner Dr. G. Dupre

USA

13.00 - 13.55

Clinical approach to the coughing patient Dr. M.L. Suarez

ITALY

12.00 - 12.55

USA

USA

11.00 - 11.55

USA

ITALY

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

10.00 - 10.55

AUSTRIA

Automutilation in birds Dr. B. Speer

How I Treat

How I Treat

USA

Semen collection & evaluation in cats – a simple technique for vets in practice Dr. S. Romagnoli

9.30 - 9.55

ITALY

USA

USA USA USA

11.00 - 11.55

State of the Art

Management of aggressive and frightened parrots Dr. B. Speer

Feline lymphoma – part I Dr. S. Murphy

USA

7* Albert Lloret

ITALY

Room Moderator (M)

How I Treat

Salivary mucocoeles Dr. M. Jimenez Pelaez

The customer journey…what really happens – where are you magical and where are you horrible – moments of truth Dr. A. Lambert Learn to love the price checkers. They are your next new best client! Dr. A. Lambert

Poster Presentation and International Welcome

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Saturday 19th October 2013

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

SMall Animal Medicine

Other Emergency Companion animals Critical care

Scientific Programme

Orthopaedics

Practice Management

Reproduction

8

6

Room

14

3

5

Jaume Martorell

Isabelle Goy-Thollot

Moderator (M)

Jordi Cairo

Joan Riera

Mark Johnson

Moderator (A)

German Santamarina

Andres Montesinos

Cristina Fragio

Moderator (A)

Toni Navarro

Ignacio Alvarez

Ernest Ward

8.30 - 9.25

Anal furunculosis: problem solved? Dr. M. Day

Critical care in guinea pigs Dr. A. Meredith

Practical use of the pulse oximeter and capnograph Dr. J. Burkitt

8.30 - 9.25

Elbow dysplasia – new treatment options Dr. M. Kowaleski

Ovarian remnant syndrome in the bitch and queen Dr. S. Romagnoli

Identifying the most beneficial social media channels for your practice B. Schroeder

Reproductive disorders in rodents Dr. A. Meredith

Direct and indirect blood pressure: indications and methods – nuts and bolts Dr. N. Felix

9.30 - 9.55

9.30 - 10-25

Does inflammation trigger cancer in cats? Dr. M. Day

Hip dysplasia – symphysiodesis, osteotomy or joint replacement? Dr. M. Kowaleski

Infertility in the male dog: a diagnostic approach Dr. S. Romagnoli

Setting rules for social media usage in your practice B. Schroeder

10.30 - 10.55

Reticulocyte counts – important for both anemic and non-anemic dogs Dr. D. DeNicola

PORTUGAL

Nutrition in ferrets Dr. A. Meredith

USA

USA

ITALY

USA USA

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall It is a young dog and lame but it is not a fracture. What now? Bone disorders of young dogs Dr. C. Macias

Pyometra in the bitch and queen Dr. S. Martí

12.00 - 12.55

Management of growth plate and juvenile long bone fractures Dr. M. Kowaleski

Practical application of progesterone  in reproduction Dr. S. Martí

After centesis: what can you learn from your collected fluids? Dr. M. Fermin

Social media content that encourages interaction B. Schroeder

USA

11.00 - 11.55

Creating a fear-free visit for pets creates more visits for the practice Dr. M. Becker

State of the Art

USA

Diagnostic cytology for the veterinary practice – case discussions Dr. D. DeNicola & Dr. G. Couto

State of the Art

Blood gas analysis: from theory to practice Dr. J. Burkitt

10.00 - 10.55

USA

Respiratory distress Dr. N. Felix

USA

Hepatic lipidosis in reptiles Dr. A. Martinez

USA

Diagnostic cytology for the veterinary practice – general approach Dr. D. DeNicola

USA

13.00 - 13.55

How I Treat

PORTUGAL

USA

Dyspnoea in rabbits Dr. A. Meredith

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

11.00 - 11.55

12.00 - 12.55

How I Treat

ITALY

7* Jorge Guerrero

USA

Room Moderator (M)

Lunch in the Exhibition Hall 13.00 - 14.30

Anaesthesia / Pain Management

16.30 - 17.25

Rational approach to the yellow cat Dr. S. Marks

How to assess stress in reptiles Dr. A. Martinez

Hematology in the emergency lab: What I need and what it tells me Dr. M. Fermin

16.30 - 17.25

USA

USA

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

USA

Epidural anesthesia: equipment Dr. M. Read

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

17.30 - 18.25

Surgical repair of cartilage defects – an update for practitioners Dr. J. Cook

18.30 - 18.55

Stem cells for orthopedic disorders – do they work? Dr. J. Cook

Epidural anesthesia: technique Dr. L. Campoy

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Exocrine pancreatic insufficiency How Dr. S. Marks I Treat

USA

How I Treat

Pericardial effusion Dr. N. Felix

Chrysosporium dermatomycosis in reptiles How Dr. J. Martorell I Treat

How I Treat

The post CPR patient Dr. N. Felix

19.00 - 19.25

USA

19.00 - 19.25

Anemia in Reptiles Dr. A. Martinez

How I Treat

PORTUGAL

Dogs with inflammatory bowel disease How Dr. S. Marks I Treat USA

18.30 - 18.55

PORTUGAL

USA

USA

17.30 - 18.25

Use of platelet rich plasma (PRP) in small animal orthopedic practice Dr. J. Cook

USA

15.30 - 16.25

Epidural anesthesia: complications – Local anesthetic toxicity Dr. L. Campoy

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

Making every client feel like number one Dr. M. Becker Becoming an exam room superstar Dr. M. Becker

USA

Assessment and monitoring of blood volume and tissue perfusion Dr. J. Burkitt

60 things top veterinary practices do to thrive Dr. M. Becker

USA

Cytological assessment of leukocytes in reptiles Dr. A. Martinez

Epidural anesthesia: anatomy Dr. L. Campoy

USA

Differentiation of feline IBD from intestinal lymphoma: Does it really matter? Dr. S. Marks

USA

15.30 - 16.25

Optimizing your care of fracture cases – how to enhance bone healing: mechanical and biological approaches Dr. C. Macias

CANADA

14.30 - 15.25

USA

Lunch in the Exhibition Hall

14.00 - 15.25


Practice management Programme

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

SEVC Practice Management Programme

Friiday Room

5

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Ana Barajuan

Mark Johnson

Moderator (A)

Richard Nap

Ernest Ward

8.30 - 9.25

If I’m such a good doctor, why aren’t I making any money Dr. J. Werber

Identifying the most beneficial social media channels for your practice B. Schroeder

USA

USA

The “new” economy – working within the Setting rules for social media usage framework of clients’ budgets in your practice B. Schroeder Dr. J. Werber

USA

11.00 - 11.55

Time to own your exam room, and make it work for you! Dr. J. Werber

12.00 - 12.55

He said, she said – let’s cut out the nonsense and get back to work! Dr. J. Werber

Social media content that encourages interaction B. Schroeder

Creating a fear-free visit for pets creates more visits for the practice Dr. M. Becker

USA

State of the Art

13.00 - 13.55

Thursday Moderator (A)

Ernest Ward

15.00 - 15.55

Secrets of high performing practices F. Wood

16.00 - 16.55

Capturing latent opportunities – growing your revenue using existing clients F. Wood

14.00 - 15.00

How to deal with the dreaded negative internet reviews Dr. J. Werber

15.00 - 15.55

Making the phone ring, driving footfall – what works and is cost-effective Dr. A. Lambert

16.00 - 16.55 Coffee Break

USA

Dr. A. Lambert

The Practice Management Programme is included in the SEVC Scientific Programme

Ask for availability at the check-in counter

17.00 - 17.30

Coffee Break

17.30 - 18.25

Product sales: bane or bonanza? Fight or flight? F. Wood

17.00 - 17.55

USA

F. Wood

18.30 - 19.25

Investing in new equipment or technology: does it cost or does it pay? F. Wood

USA

60 things top veterinary practices do to thrive Dr. M. Becker

USA

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USA

Room

Lunch

18.00 - 18.25

18.30 - 19.25

The customer journey…what really happens – where are you magical and where are you horrible – moments of truth Dr. A. Lambert Learn to love the price checkers. They are your next new best client! Dr. A. Lambert

Making every client feel like number one Dr. M. Becker Becoming an exam room superstar Dr. M. Becker

USA

Dr. J. Werber

USA

B. Schroeder

USA

Dr. M. Becker

USA

USA

Coffee Break

USA

10.00 - 10.55

USA

USA

USA

9.30 - 9.55

USA

USA

The SEVC features the most extensive Practice Management Programme held at a veterinary conference in Europe – two and a half days of lectures.

Saturday

Poster Presentation and International Welcome

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workshops

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

SEVC 2013 Workshops The SEVC workshops give delegates a unique hands-on laboratory experience. Working with small groups (maximum 20 people), world-class instructors will teach new techniques using the latest equipment. The workshops are presented in English, but instructors will provide assistance with other languages. Delegates can register for the workshops only, without registering for the SEVC Scientific Programme.

SEVC 2013 Workshops Main Sponsor

CYTOLOGY EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CYTOLOGY AND BLOOD SMEARS, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! Put your microscope to good use! Master the fundamentals of cytology and blood smears, and learn how to diagnose a wide variety of pathologies. A practical and interactive laboratory! This course will teach participants how to use a microscope to interpret cytological specimens from a wide range of tissues and to differentiate inflammation from neoplasia, as well as 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 individually through their own microscopes and learn how to make definitive diagnoses. The instructor will also, with the use of a videomicroscope, discuss the key points of each sample case with all the participants. On completion of the laboratory, 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, and to diagnose specific neoplasms. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. G. Couto (USA), Dr. D. DeNicola (USA) and Dr. J. Pastor (Spain) DATE: Thursday, 17 October 2013 TIME: 08:00 - 14:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 5 PRICE: 370€ (307€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Dermatology GAIN CONFIDENCE IN DIAGNOSING THE MOST FREQUENT PROBLEMS IN DERMATOLOGY Master the recognition of skin lesions associated with the most common dermatology problems and become acquainted with the basic, albeit essential, diagnostic techniques in skin cytology.

21% VAT included in workshop fees.

Hands-on laboratory experience Laboratory timetables may be subject to last-minute changes, so please check the times before making arrangements to attend each laboratory.

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This laboratory will help general practitioners develop a clinical approach to the evaluation of the most common dermatology problems presented in daily veterinary practice. Participants will work in pairs at a computer containing patient data and images of lesions, skin scrapings, hair plucks, cytology, etc. After completing this laboratory, participants will be able to identify the morphology of the most common skin lesions; define frequent dermatology problems; postulate differential diagnoses; select, perform and interpret the techniques used to microscopically examine the skin surface and hair; and know when cases should be referred to a dermatologist. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. L. Ordeix (Spain), Dr. F. Scarampella (Italy) and Dr. D. Morris (USA) DATE: Thursday, 17 October 2013 TIME: 09:00 - 13:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room Univers I PRICE: 267€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)


workshops

ULTRASONOGRAPHY

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

RADIOLOGY vet academy

CANINE ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY

CHALLENGING CASES IN THORACIC RADIOLOGY

Learn how to obtain high quality images to make accurate ultrasound diagnoses. In this hands-on laboratory with live dogs, participants will practise locating abdominal organs with the guidance of experts.

An opportunity to master a very useful tool. Working in small groups, you will review challenging thoracic and abdominal cases and improve your interpretation skills, with the guidance of experts.

This practical class with live dogs will teach participants basic abdominal ultrasonographic skills and ultrasound anatomy, with guidance and feedback from experts. Participants will work in groups of four and rotate through different stations where instructors will teach imaging of the major abdominal organs. 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 laboratory, delegates should know how to obtain suitable images of these organs.

This practical film-reading workshop will begin with an introduction on writing reports and assessing radiographs in a structured manner. Participants will work at work stations in groups of two, assessing previously provided cases. They will practise radiographic interpretation skills of complex thoracic and abdominal pathologies with the guidance of experts. After each case, all the participants will discuss their findings and conclusions. The aim of this workshop is to provide participants with a structured guide that will help them make correct radiographic diagnoses.

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. A. Agut (Spain), Dr. P. Kircher (Switzerland), Dr. Y. Espada (Spain), Dr. I. Carrera (Switzerland) DATE: Thursday, 17 October 2013 TIME: 09:00 - 13:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room Univers II PRICE: 446€ (328€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

ULTRASONOGRAPHY PACK

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 laboratory, participants will enhance their ultrasonographic interpretation skills and gain useful knowledge and tips for diagnosing abdominal diseases. After a short introductory lecture that will include how to write an accurate ultrasound report, delegates will work in pairs at computer work stations and assess the most frequently diagnosed cases using abdominal ultrasonography. The history, clinical findings, x-rays, etc., along with several videos of the ultrasonographic examination, will be provided for each case. At the end of the laboratory, each clinical case, and its corresponding ultrasound report, will be discussed in groups with the guidance of the instructors. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. A. Agut (Spain), Dr. P. Kircher (Switzerland) and Dr. I. Carrera (Switzerland) DATE: Friday, 18 October 2013 TIME: 11:00 - 14:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room Univers I PRICE: 267€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. P. Kircher (SWITZERLAND), Dr. I. Carrera (Switzerland) DATE: Friday, 18 October 2013 TIME: 15:00 - 17:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room Univers I PRICE: 205€ (123€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Imaging vet academy

What should a practitioner know when viewing MRI and CT images of clinical cases? Learn the key points when viewing MRI and CT images. The goal is not to train experts on MRI and CT image interpretation, but to give veterinarians the skills they need to understand the image results from image diagnostic specialists. The workshop will begin with an introduction on the basics of reading MRI and CT images and other useful tips. An interactive session will follow, where participants, working in pairs at a computer, will assess MRI and CT images of real clinical cases. After each case evaluation, all the participants will discuss ways to obtain the most valuable information from each clinical report. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. P. Kircher (SWITZERLAND), Dr. I. Carrera (Switzerland) DATE: Saturday, 19 October 2013 TIME: 11:00 - 13:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room Univers I PRICE: 205€ (123€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

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Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Other companion animals

Orthopaedics

Behaviour

Parrot behaviour: how to deal with behaviour problems and AN approach to proper handling

TPLO as a method for repairing cranial cruciate ligament ruptures

Managing primary attachment to ensure the best possible adaptability in PUPPIES AND KITTENS

No more winging it when it comes to psittacine consults! Learn to restrain and handle even the most aggressive parrots with minimal-stress techniques, as well as gain a better understanding of bird behaviour.

Learn in-depth methods for successful management of a cranial cruciate ligament rupture using one of the most popular surgical techniques.

Minimise puppy and kitten anxiety during litter separation.

The goal of this workshop is to learn the basic aspects of psittacine behaviour and use the knowledge in the clinic to improve the birds’ quality of life and change unwanted behaviours. Using live birds, participants will learn how to approach birds correctly; techniques for handling them with minimal stress; how to get them out of petcarriers; how to approach an aggressive, or timid, parrot; and how to avoid being bitten. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. B. Speer (USA) and Dr. J. Martorell (Spain) DATE: Friday, 18 October 2013 TIME: 15:00 - 19:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room Univers II PRICE: 446€ (328€ if you are also registered in 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.

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Tibial plateau levelling osteotomy is one of the most popular surgical techniques for successfully treating cranial cruciate ligament tears in dogs. In this full-day wet lab, participants will start by learning the basic principles and essential points of the technique and how to avoid mistakes and complications. After viewing a step-by-step video, the afternoon will be spent learning hands-on the surgical procedures on plastic bones and anatomic specimens. Participants will then discuss X-rays of their cases to obtain the maximum experience from this practical session. After this wet lab, participants will have the confidence to treat CCL tears using TPLO.

How dogs and cats adapt to their environment depends on their correct management when they are transferred as puppies and kittens from the maternal to the domestic human environment. The aim of this laboratory is to teach the correct way to handle puppies and kittens to enhance their future adaptability and to prevent behaviour problems. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. P. Pageat (France), Dr. J. Fatjo (Spain), Dr. P. Calvo (Spain) DATE: Saturday, 19 October 2013 TIME: 15:00 - 19:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 12 PRICE: 267€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. M. Kowaleski (USA) and Dr. C. Macías (Spain) DATE: Wednesday, 16 October 2013 TIME:10:30 - 18:30 VENUE: Veterinary School – UAB (transfer provided from Barcelona) PRICE: 718€ (615€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

A shuttle bus service operates between Fira de Barcelona and UAB for certain workshops: Workshop: Dentistry in small animal practice Workshop: TPLO as a method for repairing cranial cruciate ligament ruptures Buses are for vets registered for the laboratory taking place in the UAB building only. The trip from the SEVC venue to UAB takes 1 hour.


workshops

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Dentistry

WOUND MANAGEMENT

OPTHALMOLOGY

Dentistry in Small Animal Practice

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

“GETTING A CLEAR VIEW OF THE EYE,” OR HOW TO PROPERLY PERFORM AN OPHTHALMOLOGIC EXAMINATION

The best methods for treating open wounds, from the traditional and effective to the recently tested.

Learn, step-by-step, how to evaluate the eye.

Broaden your practice’s services with new or improved dental services. This laboratory covers key points that will help a practitioner start a dental service or improve an existing service. Experts will teach dental information that will cover 70% of the services performed in dogs and cats. Also, participants, who will work in pairs on anatomical specimens using first-class equipment and instruments, will receive a copy of the Proceedings that includes additional materials about dentistry. The laboratory will be divided into three modules. In the first module, “Diagnostic: Oral Clinical Assessment and Charting” (1.5 hours), participants will learn how to properly examine the oral cavity and evaluate occlusions using a chart. They will also receive a template of the dental chart and a poster with the occlusion evaluation. The second module, “Oral Prophylaxis” (2 hours), will cover teeth scaling, polishing, sulcular lavage and other prophylactic applications. The goal of this workshop is to teach participants how to correctly carry out complete oral prophylactic procedures performed in 80% of dental patients. The third module, “Introduction to Canine and Feline Extractions” (4 hours), will include anatomic presentations, step-by-step procedures, and surgical and non-surgical extraction standards. Participants will learn how to make extractions more easily and to avoid complications. When they complete the workshop, participants will be fully prepared to apply the dental skills they have learned.

This laboratory will teach the importance of wound-bed preparation and the art of open-wound management. Using biomodels, participants will look at several specifically chosen wound types that will require management to overcome specific challenges. Attendees will share the results and discuss best practices as they receive hands-on instruction. They will also have the opportunity to question and critique the latest technologies and products for open-wound management. Products featured will include Manuka honey, hydrogels, foam dressings, silver, antimicrobial dressings, negative pressure therapy, hydrosurgical debridement, laser therapy, and more. INSTRUCTORS: G. Hollis (UK) and J. Marín (SPAIN) DATE: Saturday, 19 October 2013 TIME: 11:00 - 14:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Sala 12 PRICE: 267€ (205€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

This laboratory will teach specific techniques for examining the eye, such as making the best use of the direct ophthalmoscope (which every clinician has, but few use to its best advantage) and methods such as slit lamps and fundus cameras, including the Optibrand Clearview. Working in small groups, attendees will examine the eyes of live animals and learn the important features of the cornea, iris and retina, as well as how to interpret abnormalities. When participants have completed the laboratory, they will be able to perform a basic ophthalmologic examination and diagnose the most frequent eye pathologies seen in small animal practice. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. D. Williams (UK) and Dr. M. Leiva (Spain) DATE: Thursday, 17 October 2013 TIME: 11:00 - 13:00 VENUE: Fira de Barcelona – Room 9 PRICE: 260€ (200€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: J. Gawor (Poland) and J. Llinas (Spain) DATE: Thursday, 17 October 2013 TIME: 10:30 - 18:30 VENUE: Veterinary School – UAB (transfer provided from Barcelona) PRICE: 700€ (600€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

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Nursing Programme

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

The SEVC’s International Nursing Programme is now one of the most comprehensive such programmes in Europe. More than 250 nurses attend each year to learn the latest developments in veterinary nursing.

Friday, 18 October 2013 Room

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Jose Marin

Alberto Montoya

Moderator (A)

Héctor Casas

Sergio Moya

8.30 - 9.25

Cat friendly practice L. Real

9.30 - 9.55

Training management and behavioural problems L. Real

at the Nurse • Attendance International Programme lectures entrance to the Exhibition • Free Hall • Nurse conferences documentation • Certificate of attendance • Coffee breaks • Lunch tickets ticket to the Grand • One SEVC Fiesta!

* Registration for this programme does not allow access to other programmes.

11.00 - 11.55

Assessment and management of pain in hospitalized cat L. Real

What can and cannot be done by a nurse H. Gomez

12.00 - 12.55

Wobbling cats L. Real

Nurses, the driving force of the hospital H. Gomez

13.00 - 14.30

Lunch in the Exhibition Hall

14.30 - 15.25

Wound management J. Marín

Development of specific programmes for nurses and specialization H. Gomez

15.30 - 16.25

Do cats have heart diseases? J. Montoya

Nursing consult: a modern concept J. Engel

16.30 - 17.30

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

17.30 - 18.25 18.30 - 18.55

The official languages at the SEVC are English and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

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Rehabilitation with laser B. Stephens

Coffee break in the Exhibition Hall

10.00 - 11.00

Registering for the International Nursing Programme includes*:

Saturday, 19 October 2013

USA

SEVC International Nursing Programme

From dawn till dusk: a day in the surgical life J. Engel

Do cats with breathing problems suffer asthma? J. Montoya How I Treat

Ace inhibitors and the cardiorenal axis J. Engel

How I Treat

Frusemide versus spironolactone J. Engel

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Lectures presented in Spanish

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Research Abstracts – Posters

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Research Abstracts – Posters Spain

Anaesthesia (CL65) Comparación de la inducción con propofol versus alfaxalona a dosis bajas en conejo Mónica García-Lindo, Juan Rafael Lima, Idoia Díaz-Güemes, Silvia Enciso, Carmen Calles, Elena Abellán, Alberto Ballestín, Francisco Miguel Sánchez-Margallo. Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón. España / Spain (CL110) Complicaciones anestésicas en el síndrome de las vías aéreas superiores del braquicéfalo: 22 casos. Verónica Vieitez, Massimo Santella, Victor López-Ramis, Javier García, Esther Durán, Luis Javier Ezquerra. HCV de la Universidad de Extremadura. España / Spain (CL133) Recovery times after short-term intravenous dexmedetomidine/propofol sedation by intravenous atipamezole antagonist in beagle dogs Juan Rafael Lima-Rodríguez, Mónica García-Lindo, María Fernanda Martín-Cancho, Diego Celdrán Bonafonte, María Sol Carrasco-Jiménez, Francisco Miguel Sánchez-Margallo. Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón, Cáceres, Spain-Cátedra de Anestesiología, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Cádiz. España / Spain (CL165) Evaluación analgésica mediante la aplicación de la escala de glasgow en pacientes ovariohisterectomizadas sometidas a terapia analgésica multimodal Yuberline Uzcategui, Miguel Batista-Arteaga, María AguirreSanceledonio. Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canarias. España / Spain (CL169) Assessment of one-lung ventilation technique using the tracheoscopic ventilation tube (etview) and the endobronchial blocker tube in beagle dogs Juan Rafael Lima-Rodríguez, Mónica García-Lindo, María Fernanda Martín-Cancho, Diego Celdrán- Bonafonte, María Sol Carrasco-Jiménez, Jesús Usón-Gargallo, Francisco Miguel Sánchez-Margallo. Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón, Cáceres-Cátedra de Anestesiología, Facultad de Medicina, Universidad de Cádiz. España / Spain Surgery (CL56) Incremento del tamaño de la vejiga mediante gastrocistoplastia tras una cistectomía Carolina Serrano Casorrán, Jose Rodríguez Gómez. Universidad de Zaragoza. España / Spain (CL114) Validación preliminar del simulador físico simulvet® para cirugía laparoscópica en veterinarios Angelo Tapia Araya, Fco. Miguel Sánchez Margallo, Laura Fresno Bermejo, Jesús Usón Gargallo. Centro de Cirugía de Mínima Invasión Jesús Usón-Facultad de Veterinaria de la Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain (CL154) Migración intraluminal de un textiloma a ciego en un perro J.D. Carrillo, M.T. Escobar, J.I. Seva, F.J. Pallares, M. Hernández, A. Ason, A. Agut. Hospital Clínico Veterinario Universidad de Murcia, Departamento de Anatomía y Anatomía Patológica Comparada-Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal. España / Spain (CL188) Absceso retrobulbar asociado a una sialoadenitis cigomática en un perro. Absceso retrobulbar asociado a una sialoadenitis cigomática en un perro Luciano Espino López, José Daniel Barreiro Vázquez, Antonio González Cantalapiedra, Germán Santamarina Pernas, Ana Goicoa Valdevira, Natalia Miño Fariña. Hospital Veterinario Universitario Rof Codina. Facultad de Veterinaria de Lugo. España / Spain

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(CL197) Divertículo esofágico de tracción en un gato con hernia diafragmática Massimo Santella, Javier Ezquerra, Javier Garcia-Lopez, Luisa Martinez, Laura Varaldi, Esther Duran, Verónica Vieitez. Hospital Clinico Veterinario de la Universidad de Extremadura. España / Spain Behaviour (CL41) Valorando el comportamiento canino en un albergue municipal David José Menor Campos, Jose María Molleda Carbonell, Rocío López Rodríguez. Universidad de Córdoba. España / Spain (CL47) Fobia a ruidos, asociacion negativa a las salidas Maria del Carmen Mengibar Fuentes. Hospital de Dia Vetersalud Aimar. España / Spain (CL50) Estudio del efecto de la lavanda (lavandula angustifolia) sobre el comportamiento de perros de albergue Antonia Tallante-Vergara, David J. Menor-Campos, Rocío LópezRodríguez. Universidad de Córdoba. España / Spain (CL109) Assessment of the puppy’s education impact upon the behaviour of the adult animal Marta Castillejo Vallverdú. Bitxus Clínica Veterinaria. España / Spain (CL209) Valoración del comportamiento en perro de albergue Ángela Murias Morcillo, Rocío López Rodríguez, David J. Menor Campos. Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal. España / Spain dermatology (CL58) Tres casos de paniculitis nodular estéril en el perro Claudia Mallol, Marta Planellas, Mar Bardagí, Eduardo Anguiano, Júlia López. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona (UAB); Servicio de Medicina Interna del Hospital Clínico Veterinario, departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal-Servicio de Dermatología del Hospital Clínico Veterinario, departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal; Clínica veterinaria Portvell; Valencia Veterinaris. España / Spain (CL75) Bacterias resistentes a meticilina: experiencia en un servicio de dermatología de un hospital veterinario de referencia Carlota Galofré Larroya, Diana Ferreira, Ivan Ravera, Lourdes Migura, Mar Bardagí. Servei de Dermatologia Hospital Clínic Veterinari y Departament de Medicina i Cirurgia Animals, Facultat de Veterinària, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain (CL152) Antimicrobial effect of pomegranate extract in staphylococcus, pseudomonas, escherichia and malassezia cultures Laura Ramio Lluch, Santiago Cerrato, Nerea García, Pilar Brazís, Anna Puigdemont. UNIVET, S.L; Departament de Farmacologia, Terapéutica i Toxicologia. Facultat de Veterinaria. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain (CL153) Tratamiento de la vasculitis neutrofilica inmunomediada del shar-pei con laser lllt Josefina Cardona Marí, Mercedes Alvarez Alvarez. Hospital Veterinario Sur. España / Spain Imaging (CL52) Migración torácica de un cuerpo extraño de madera de origen gástrico Carmen Catalá Puyol, Iolanda Navalón Calvo, José María Closa Boixeda. Hospital Ars veterinaria, España / Spain

(CL73) Diagnóstico de hipersensibilidad alimentaria en perros a partir de la determinación ecográfica del índice de resistencia (ir) y del índice de pulsatilidad (ip) en las arterias mesentérica craneal y célica Marta Ordás Mené, Maite Verde Arribas, Chelo Ferreira González, María Pardo Cortinas, Diana Marteles Aragüés. Hospital Clínico y Facultad de Veterinaria. Universidad de Zaragoza. Servicio Ambulante de Ecografía de Zaragoza. España / Spain (CL106) Aplicación de la gammagrafía en la localización de patologías ortopédicas en pacientes caninos Raul Altuzarra, Gascon Eduard, Espada Yvonne, Dominguez Elisabet, Palet Miquel, Novellas Rosa. Hospital Clinic Veterinari UAB-Departament de Medicina I Cirurgia Animals, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Hospital Veterinari Lauro. España / Spain (CL158) Hiperostosis del calvario en un west highland white terrier Agustina Ansón Fernández, Amaya Segarra Larrazabal, Miriam Martínez Garrido, Mayte Escobar Gil De Montes, Maria Cascales Martínez, Juana D. Carrillo Sánchez. Hospital Veterinario. Departamento de Cirugía y Medicina Animal. Universidad de Murcia. España / Spain (CL194) Anatomic, ultrasonographic, computed tomography and magnetic resonance study of the canine elbow joint Aquilino Villamonte Chevalier, Rafael Latorre, Ricardo Sarriá, Marta Soler, Amalia Agut. Universidad de Murcia. España / Spain endocrinology (CL36) Estudio clínico y de prevalencia del hipertiroidismo felino en las islas canarias Margarita Periáñez, Manuel Suárez, Juan Carlos Giménez, Carlos Melián. Hospital Clínico Veterinario; Hill´s Pet Nutrition España, S.L. España / Spain (CL202) Estudio retrospectivo de tumores adrenales en perros Bárbara Nieto, Jorge Castro, Josep Pastor, Marta Planellas. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Departament de Medicina i Cirurgia Animals, Facultat de Veterinària, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain Infectious Diseases (CL28) Epidemiological survey of canine leishmaniosis in the city of zaragoza (spain), comparing a serologycal technique: inmunofluorescence indirect versus a molecular technique: real time-pcr in asymptomatic dogs Patricia Sebastian Marcos, Hector Fuertes, Ana Muniesa, Nabil Halaihel, Ignacio De Blas. Departamento de Enfermedades Infecciosas, Facultad de Veterinaria de Zaragoza; Laboratorios Alquiz Vetek, Zaragoza. España / Spain (CL104) Seguimiento de la infección de leishmaniosis en un área endémica un año después de la aplicación de nuevas medidas preventivas Maria Dolores Tabar Rodriguez. Hospital Veterinario San Vicente. España / Spain (CL174) Characterization of urinary tract infection in dogs and cats in the mediterranean area (spain): 173 dogs and 45 cats (2011-2013) Ferran Valls Sanchez, Coralie Bertolani Fournier, Inés Díaz Alvarez, Marta Blanchart Llucià, Maria-Dolores Tabar Rodriguez. Hospital Ars Veterinaria-Centro Policlínico Veterinario Raspeig. España / Spain

Respiratory Diseases (CL55) Stent metálico autoexpandible, alternativa terapéutica del colapso traqueal. ¿cuál elegir? Carolina Serrano Casorrán, Jose Rodríguez Gómez, Rocío Fernández Parra, Fernando Lostalé Latorre, Ignacio De Blas Giral, Alicia Laborda García, Elena Arellano Orden, Francisco Rodríguez Panadero. Universidad de Zaragoza; Instituto de Biomedicina de Sevilla (IBiS). España / Spain (CL71) Reverse sneezing in twenty-six dogs Giorgia Santarelli, Jesús Talavera, Maria Josefa Fernández Del Palacio. Servicio Cardiorrespiratorio; Hospital Clínico Veterinario, Universidad de Murcia; Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía, Universidad de Murcia. España / Spain (CL137) Parálisis laríngea congénita en un dálmata Anna Suñol Iniesta, Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Cristina Font Nonell, Francisco Férnandez Flores, Coralie Bertolani Fournier. Ars Veterinaria-Departament de Medicina y Cirugía animal UAB. España / Spain Gastroenterology (CL61) Phenobarbital responsive sialadenosis in dogs: case series Emili Alcoverro I Balart, Marta Planellas I Bachs, María Dolores Tabar Rodríguez, Josep Pastor I Milán. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Bellaterra, Spain-Department of Animal Medicine and Surgery (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Bellaterra, Spain-Centro Policlínico Raspeig. Sant Vicent de Raspeig, Spain. España / Spain (CL190) Progresión de enteritis linfoplasmocítica crónica a linfoma intestinal en un perro Jorge Castro López, Antonio Ramis, Yvonne Espada, Esther Sanchez, Ignacio Mesa, Rafael Ruiz De Gopegui. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona; Hospital Veterinario Veterinos. España / Spain (CL204) Correlación entre los signos clínicos y las alteraciones histopatológicas en la enteropatía crónica canina Jorge Castro López, Antonio Ramis, Alba Perez, Marta Planellas, Josep Pastor. Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona. España / Spain haematology (CL119) Platelet count changes in dogs following splenectomy Antonio Meléndez Lazo, Martí Cairó, Josep Pastor. Fundació Hospital Clìnic Veterinari; UAB-Departament de Medicina y Cirurgia Animal, Facultat de Veterinària, UAB. España / Spain medicine (CL29) Colecistitis enfisematosa en schnauzer miniatura Núria Comas Collgrós, Ignacio Mesa, Lluís Bosch, Elisabet Domínguez, Anna Andaluz, Rafael Ruiz De Gopegui. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari - UAB-Departament de Medicina i Cirurgia Animal - Facultat de Veterinària (UAB). España / Spain (CL42) Cuadro clínico neurológico secundario a policitemia: dos casos atípicos Jose Miguel Costo Ferrera, Fabio Nisticò, Jose María Gorraiz Martín, Carles Pons Gil, Nuria Martín Gómez, Jordi Cairó Vilagran. Hospital Veterinari Canis. España / Spain (CL67) Poliquistosis tubular renal bilteral asociada a insuficiencia renal crónica en una perra mestiza Hector Hernando Miguel Del Corral, Luis Sanz Hosta, Xavier Barnils Martinez, Gustavo Ramirez Rivero. Dispensari Veterinari del Valles; Servicio de diagnóstico histopatologico veterinario HISTOVET. España / Spain (CL98) Quiste dermoide retroperitoneal Ana Munilla Muñoz, Marc Cutrina Gallart, Francesc Guillamon Jaime, Anna Arasanz Azanza, Carlota Ballesteros Rocafull. Clinica Veterinaria Pro Vitas. España / Spain

(CL115) Evaluación del perfil de coagulación en perros con dirofilariosis cardiopulmonar Jorgelina Carla Mendez, Elena Carretón Gómez, José Alberto Montoya Alonso. ULPGC. España / Spain (CL127) Perforaciones gastrointestinales y su relación con la administración de antiinflamatorios en perros (estudio retrospectivo de 17 casos) Núria Comas, Cristina Costa, Lluís Bosch, Carlos Torrente. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari, UAB. España / Spain (CL173) Hipertensión portal secundaria a hipoplasia de la vena porta en un cachorro: tratamiento médico y evolución Eduard Anadón Camara, Rosa Novellas Torroja, Yvonne Espada Gerlach, Albert Lloret Roca. Hospital Clínic Veterinari, UAB. España / Spain (CL193) New antioxidant wound dressing in a cat with extensive necrosis Araceli Calvo Aguado, Laura Ramio Lluch, Felix Bastida Corcuera, Begoña Castro Feo, Pilar Brazis, Anna Puigdemont. Ars veterinaria; Univet; Artinvet; Histocell. España / Spain Feline Medicine (CL90) Pneumoperitoneo espontaneo por perforación gástrica en un gato Marta Torres Roviralta, Josep Maria Tusell Monsó, Miquel Ferrer Torrent. Hospital Veterinari Balmes, España / Spain Nephrology & Urology (CL19) Hematuria renal idiopática canina Noemí Solanellas Estrela, Mireia Fernández Aragonès, Xavier Roura López. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari de la UAB. España / Spain (CL157) Un caso de fallo renal agudo en un perro tras la ingestión de uva Montserrat Farigola Munuera, Araceli Calvo Aguado. Hospital Ars Veterinaria. España / Spain (CL159) Cálculo vesical de xantina en un gato doméstico Ester Fuertes Lluch, Anna Rueda Simón. CV Barcelona. España / Spain (CL195) Amiloidosis renal en perro de raza no shar-pei Jaime San Jose Vazquez, Carolina Valdes Del Rio. Centro Veterinario La Villa. España / Spain Neurology (CL62) Oligodendroglial gliomatosis cerebri in a German Shepherd Emili Alcoverro, Maria Oliveira, Cristian De La Fuente, Martí Pumarola, Sònia Añor. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Bellaterra, Spain; Department of Animal Medicine and Surgery (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Bellaterra. España / Spain (CL122) Estabilización interna como tratamiento quirúrgico en tres casos de discoespondilitis canina con respuesta incompleta a terapia conservadora Cristina Font Nonell, Joan Mascort Boixeda, Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual. ARS Veterinaria. Barcelona; Hospital Veterinario Valencia Sur. Silla. España / Spain (CL124) Demyelinating polyneuropathy in a miniature schnauzer: first case described in spain Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Alejandro Luján Feliu-Pascual, Cristina Font Nonell, G Diane Shelton, Joan Mascort Boixeda. Hospital Ars Veterinaria; Valencia Sur Hospital Veterinario; Comparative Neuromuscular Laboratory, University of California San Diego. España / Spain


Research Abstracts – Posters

(CL84) Tratamiento del linfoma canino cutáneo epiteliotrópico de células t con masitinib Elena Martínez De Merlo, Ricardo Ruano, Laura Arconada, Víctor Domingo. Facultad de veterinaria de la UCM-HV Mediterráneo, Madrid-Oncovet, Madrid-CV Recuerda, Granada. España / Spain (CL107) Comedocarcinoma en axis como metástasis esquelética de un carcinoma en perro. Verónica Vieitez, Esther Durán, Maria Martín-Cuervo, Massimo Santella, Laura Varaldi, Luis Javier Ezquerra. HCV de la Universidad de Extremadura. España / Spain (CL113) Cranial vena cava syndrome secondary to ectopic thyroid tissue carcinoma in a dog Martí Cairó Font, Antonio Meléndez Lazo, Josep Pastor Milán Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari; UAB-Departament de Medicina y Cirurgia Animal, Facultat de Veterinària, UAB. España / Spain (CL126) Linforma intestinal de células grandes granulares en un dogo de burdeos Ferran Giménez Morales, Josep Pastor Milan, Jorge Castro López, Laura Fresno Bermejo, Laura Santos Benito, Natalia Majó Masferrer, Toni Meléndez Lazo, Marta Planellas Bachs. Fundación Hospital Clínico Veterinario de la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona-Departamento de Medicina y Cirugia Animales. Facultad de Veterinaria. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona-Departamento de Sanidad y Anatomía Animal. Facultad de Veterinaria. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain (CL130) Toceranib fosfato y melanoma oral Noemí Del Castillo, Elena Martínez De Merlo, Ricardo Ruano, Eva Rollón, Carmen Aceña, Víctor Domingo. Hospital Clínico Veterinario Universidad Alfonso X El Sabio-Dpto Medicina y Cirugía Animal, Facultad Veterinaria UCM-Hospital Veterinario Mediterráneo-CV Canymar-Hospital Clínico Veterinario UZ.España / Spain (CL142) Ascitis y adenopatía submaxilar como únicos signos de mastocitosis sistémica en un yorkshire terrier Ainara Villegas, Angel Ortillés, Maria Urra, M. Carmen Aceña. Hospital Veterinario Universidad de Zaragoza. España / Spain

(CL13) Ovariosalpingectomía en una iguana verde (iguana iguana) con torsión ovárica bilateral Nelo Civera Vico, Jorge Llinás Ceballos, Beatriz Quintero Hernández, Agustín Ibáñez Pastor. Hospital Veterinario Valencia Sur. España / Spain (CL18) Épulis acantomatoso tratado mediante bleomicina intralesional en un erizo africano (atelerix albiventris) Alfonso Moya Vázquez, María Jesús Gallinato García, Juan José Mínguez Molina. Hispalvet Veterinarios; Hospital Veterinario Guadiamar. España / Spain (CL21) Colangitis y hepatitis portal linfocítica en un erizo africano (atelerix albiventris) Alfonso Moya Vázquez, María Jesús Gallinato García. Hispalvet Veterinarios. España / Spain (CL48) Anemia hemolítica inmunomediada en un hurón doméstico (mustela putorius furo) Jacobo Giner Audivert, Carlos Martínez Gil. Centro Veterinario Menescalia. España / Spain (CL76) Desmielinización y vacuolización neuronal como causa de tetraparesia y ataxia progresiva en un hurón doméstico (mustela putorius furo) Alfonso Moya Vázquez, Juan José Mínguez Molina, Mª Jesús Gallinato García. Hispalvet Veterinarios; Hospital Veterinario Guadiamar. España / Spain (CL77) Neumonía lipídica en hurones (mustela putorius furo) Raul Altuzarra, Jaime Martorell, Antonio Ramis, Pastor Josep, Planellas Marta. Hospital Clinic Veterinari UAB; Departament Medicina i Cirurgia Animals; Departament Sanitat i Anatomia Animals; Departament Medicina i Cirurgia Animals; Departament Medicina i Cirurgia Animals. España / Spain (CL116) Ventajas del abordaje celómico prefemoral en ovariosalpingectomía de quelonios Nelo Civera Vico, Helen Maicas Gil, Edgar Wefer Borges, Agustín Ibáñez Pastor, Carolina Sanz Albert. Hospital Veterinario Valencia Sur; Clínica Veterinaria Canicat; Clínica Veterinaria Vivaria. España / Spain

Poster Presentation Friday, 18 October: 18.00 - 20.00

(CL39) The use of spinosad in the management of pruritic dermatoses in cats: a study on 46 cases Patrick Bourdeau, Emilie Videmont, Vincent Bruet, Anne Roussel, Didier Pin. VET. Faculty ONIRIS-VET AGROSUP. Francia / France

Exhibition Hall, Pavilion 5, Posters Area Come and ask the authors about their scientific abstracts. All poster authors are asked to be present to answer all your questions while you enjoy a drink!

BRAZIL

PORTUGAL PORTUGAL

FRANCE

(CL38) Characteristics of pruritus in flea related dermatoses in cats Patrick Bourdeau, Christophe Clement, Mathilde Chevalier, Vincent Bruet. VET. Faculty ONIRIS. Francia / France

(CL156) Oro-mucocutaneous manifestations in cats caused by the contact with pine processionary caterpillar (thaumetopoea pityocampa) Marta F. Lopes, Rui Lemos Ferreira, Ivana Coimbra, Helena Guerreiro, Mariana Ferreira, Sílvia Spínola, M. Manuela Rodeia Niza. Centro de Investigação Interdisciplinar em Sanidade Animal (CIISA), Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária, Technical University of Lisbon. Portugal Nephrology & Urology (CL205) Case report – renal descensus as a surgical approach to rupture of proximal ureter Inês Gordo, M. Margarida Minderico, Nuno M. Leal, A. Margarida Serrano, Lisa A. Mestrinho. AniAid Clínica Veterinária; Vetri Clínica Veterinária; Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária; Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias. Portugal

LATVIA

imaging (CL35) Congenital hiatal hernia with concurrent megaoesophagus in a two month old cat Alessandra Destri, Elisabet Domínguez, Carmen Díaz-Bertrana, Mireia Fernàndez, Elena Garcia, Yvonne Espada, Ignacio Durall, Rosa Novellas. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari, UAB, Departament de Medicina i Cirurgia Animals. Facultat de Veterinària, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona-Facultat de Veterinària, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Italia / Italy

(CL140) Seric levels of ionized calcium variations in dog periodontal disease according to sex, age and weight L. Miguel Carreira, Daniela Dias. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária de Lisboa; FMV/UTL; Portugal-Centro de Medicina Veterinária Anjos de Assis (CMVAA), Barreiro. Portugal Oncology (CL210) Limb-sparing surgery using a bone graft with autologous mesenchymal stromal cells for dogs and cats with primary bone tumors: report of 3 cases. Ev Koryushenkov, Ny Anisimova, Av Maksimkin, Er Musaev, Ea Sushentzov, Kv Lisitskaya. N.N. Blokhin Russian Cancer Research Center, Veterinary clinic “Biocontrol” Russian Center Research Center of RAMS; National University of Science and Technology “MISIS”. Rusia / Russia

(CL146) The importance of ultrasound images differences of brain structures for surgical neuronavigation in brachy-, dolicho and mesacephalic dogs L.Miguel Carreira, António Ferreira, José Sales Luís, Fernando L. Burillo. Faculdade de Medicina Veterinária de Lisboa, Universidade Técnica de Lisboa, FMV/UTL, Portugal; Facultad de Veterinaria, Valencia, Univers. Portugal

Other Companion Animals (CL17) Computed tomography of the abdomen of healthy guinea pigs Livia Benato, Tiziana Liuti. University of Glasgow; University of Edinburgh. Reino Unido / UK (CL45) Effects of introduction of lean meat into falcon diets on total calcium, vitamin d and parathyroid hormone Marie Kubiak. Manor Vets. Reino Unido / UK

Endocrinology (CL207) Hyperthyroidism in two dogs with a functional thyroid gland carcinoma Simone Falcão, Marcus Falcão, Ana Catarina Neves, Jil Gouveia, José Sacadura Botte. Hospital Veterinário da Bicuda. Portugal

(CL134) Acute permethrin intoxication in a golden hamster (mesocricetus auratus) Daniel Calvo Carrasco, Alexander Smith, Naomi S Shimizu, Edgar Serra Gónzalez, Mikel Sabater González, Minh Huynh. Great Western Exotics; The Blue Cross; The University of Tokyo; Centre Veterinari Mirasol; Centre Hospitalier Vétérinaire de Frégis. Reino Unido / UK

Infectious diseases (CL31) Follow up of the humoral immune response after the first annual canileish® booster vaccination Emmanuelle Sagols, Francisco Ferraz, Emmanuel Claret, David Mcgahie. BVT Groupe Virbac-Virbac Portugal Laboratorios LDAVirbac Medical department. Francia / France

(CL139) Ultrasonographic evaluation of the liver in leopard geckos Joanna Hedley. Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies. Reino Unido / UK

Respiratory Diseases (CL162) Spontaneous pneumothorax secondary to pulmonary bullae in a dog Alessandra Destri, Marcos Isidoro, Pedro Fontecha, Laura Santos, Albert Lloret. Hospital Clínic Veterinari, UAB-Servei de Diagnòstic de Patologia Veterinària UAB-Departamento de Medicina y Cirugía Animal, Facultat de veterinaria, UAB. Italia/Italy Medicine (CL186) Thromboembolism in dogs with protein-losing enteropathy secondary to nonneoplastic chronic small intestinal disease in dogs Ana Jacinto, Alison Ridyard, Itamar Aroch, Penny Watson, Linda Morrison, Marge Chandler, Sharon Kuzi. University of Edinburgh, University of Cambridge, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Reino Unido / UK

Feline Medicine (CL63) Validation of the english version of the botucatu multidimensional composite pain scale for assessing postoperative pain in cats Juliana Tabarelli Brondani, Khursheed R Mama, Stelio Pl Luna, Bonnie D Wright, Sirirat Niyom, Jennifer Ambrosio, Pamela R Vogel, Carlos R Padovani. UNESP Univ Estadual Paulista, School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, Colorado State University; Department of Clinical Sciences; UNESP Univ Estadual Paulista; Institute of Biosciences, Department of Biostatistics. Brasil

Dentistry (CL112) Determination age of dogs, from a tusk tooth structure Linda Ilgaža, Agris Ilgažs. Latvia University of Agriculture, Letonia

PORTUGAL

(CL191) Uso de placas bloqueadas sop en inestabilidad atlantoaxial Alejandro Artiles Vizcaíno, Juan Aires Prieto, Eduardo Rodriguez Hardison, Ulises Cabrera García. HV Los Tarahales SL; HV Puente Genil; HV Los Majuelos-CV Fuerteventura. España / Spain

Dermatology (CL37) Dermatophytosis due to microsporum gypseum in the dog: clinical characteristics from 295 cases Patrick Bourdeau, Aurélie Delage, Fanny Rethore. VET. Faculty ONIRIS, Francia / France

FRANCE

Orthopaedics (CL33) Hallazgos artroscópicos en 35 perros con inestabilidad del hombro Jose Manuel Rial Cels. Hospital Veterinario Marina Baixa. España / Spain

Surgery (CL125) An absorbable cable tie tested for ligation of t he spermatic cord in male dogs O. Viking Hoglund, Jessica Ingman, Lagerstedt Anne-Sofie. Companion animals. Suecia / Sweden

Orthopaedics (CL64) A comparative study of experimental implants coated with titanium and hafnium nitrides Faina Shakirova, Ildar Akhtyamov, Elmira Gatina, Maksim Mechov, Elchin Aliyev. Kazan State Veterinary Academy; Kazan State Medical University. Rusia / Russia POLAND

(CL46) Tratamiento metronómico en un caso de sarcoma indiferenciado. Arantxa Cascallar Pasqual Del Pobil, Laura Carrascosa De Lome. Clínica veterinaria Vets&company. España / Spain

Other Companion Animals (CL12) Colgajo cutáneo transposicional en una tortuga de florida (trachemys scripta) Nelo Civera-Vico, Carolina Sanz-Albert. Hospital Veterinario, Valencia Sur. España / Spain

(CL136) Microorganismos patógenos frente a no patógenos en la microbiota vaginal de la perra Gisela Girmë, Maria Montserrat Rivera Del Alamo, Maria Àngels Calvo, Anna Martinez, Teresa Rigau Mas. Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain

FRANCE

Oncology (CL32) Síndrome nefrótico secundario a una lecuemia mieloide aguda Jose Miguel Costo Ferrera, Fabio Nisticò. Hospital Veterinari Canis. España / Spain

(CL199) Clinical response and increased survival time in three cases of different neoplasias due to antiangiogenic therapy Juan Carlos Serra Varela, Josep Pastor Milán, Albert Lloret Roca. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona; Departament Medicina i Cirurgia Animals, Facultat de Veterinària, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. España / Spain

(CL180) Ultrasound and neurostimulation-guided brachial plexus block in a dog undergoing radius osteosynthesis Diego Fernando Echeverry Bonilla, Edwin Fernando Buriticá Gaviria, Diego Alejandro Ospina Argüelles. Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria y Zootecnia, Universidad del Tolima. Colombia

ITALY

(CL168) Anomalías oculares congénitas y queratitis ulcerativa en un aligátor americano albino. Luca Gradilone, Jim Pether, María Soraya Déniz-Suárez, Jaime Espinosa García-San Román, Inmaculada Morales-Fariña. Hospital Clínico Universitario de la ULPGC, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria; Reptilandia Park, Parque Rural y Centro de Investigación Herpetológica, Autopista GC2, 35460 Gáldar. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria. España / Spain

Reproduction (CL70) Inmunoesterilización: modulador de la conducta sexual del conejo macho Sara De La Riva Andrés, Pilar García Rebollar, Pilar Millán Pastor Departamento fisiologia animal. Facultad veterinaria UCM; Departamento reproducción animal. ETSI Agronomos UPM. España / Spain

PORTUGAL

(CL166) Signos oculares de tripanosomiasis canina. A propósito de un caso. Maria Dolores Torres Caballero, Nuria Durall Rivas, Iolanda Navalón Calvo. ARS Veterinaria. España / Spain

(CL178) Diagnóstico, tratamiento y evolucion de un quemodectoma en base cardiaca en un perro Alicia Guisado Espartero, Carmen Martínez Bernal, Juan Manuel Dominguez Pérez, Ignacio López Villalba, Carles Mengual Riera. Hospital Clínico Veterinario de la Universidad de Córdoba, Departamento de Medicina y Sanidad Animal de la Universidad de Córdoba. España / Spain

Anaesthesia (CL60) Use of a supraglottic airway device to maintain gaseous anaesthesia in rabbits (oryctolagus cuniculus) Kevin Eatwell. Edinburgh University. Reino Unido / UK

PORTUGAL

(CL91) Thelaziosis canina en cataluña: a propósito de 2 casos Àngels Ribas López, Ana Prats Sanz, Núria Durall, Maria Dolores Torres Caballero. Ars Veterinaria-Centre Veterinari Aubenç. España / Spain

(CL170) Benign fibro-histiocytic splenic nodule in a dog Emili Alcoverro I Balart, Albert Lloret I Roca, Alberto Marco Valle. Fundació Hospital Clínic Veterinari (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Bellaterra, Spain; Department of Patholgy, Facultat de Veterinària (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona). Bellaterra. España / Spain

International

(CL118) Absceso retrobulbar en un geko leopardo (eublepharis macularius): tratamiento quirúrgico con láser de CO2 Nelo Civera Vico, Beatriz Quintero, Sandra Stelmach. Hospital Veterinario Valencia Sur. España / Spain

FRANCE

Ophthalmology (CL51) Glaucoma secundario a luxación posterior de cristalino en un erizo africano (atelerix albiventris) María Jesús Gallinato García, Alfonso Moya Vázquez. Hispalvet Veterinarios, España / Spain

(CL161) Aplicación de la tomografía computarizada en la estadificación y exéresis quirúrgica de un hemangiosarcoma subcutáneo canino Samantha Guerrero Cabrera, Ignacio Mesa Sánchez, Rosa Novellas Torroja, Pablo Menéndez Alegría, Félix García Arnás, Rafael Ruiz De Gopegui. Hospital Clínic Veterinari Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona; Hospital Veterinari Molins. España / Spain

ITALY

Nutrition (CL121) Ball feeding increases physical activity and reduces body weight regain after a weight loss diet in cats Anna Salas, Isabelle Jeusette, Marco Compagnucci, Lluís Vilaseca, Celina Torre. Affinity Petcare. España / Spain

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(CL81) In vivo mineralization of novel implantable composite flexioss for veterinary orthopedic purposes Izabella Polkowska, Anna Belcarz, Piotr Radzki, Marek Bieńko, Grażyna Ginalska. Medical University of Lublin; University of Life Sciences in Lublin. Polonia / Poland

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Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Exhibition Hall 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.

Exhibition Hall hours: Thursday 14.00-20.00 Friday 07.30-20.00 Saturday 07.30-20.00

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ANDOVER HEALTHCARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 153 ARGOS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 ARTINVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 324 ASALASER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 ATEUVES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 BAYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 BSAVA - BRITISH SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 307 CANALVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 150 CCMI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 322 CHEROKEE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 CLINICIAN’S BRIEF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 305 COMPANION CARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 312 DECHRA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 120 DIATER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 DIAVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 151 DISTRIVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 DOGTOR ANIMAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 300 EICKEMEYER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 154 ELANCO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 140 ESAOTE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 145 EUKANUBA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 200 FALCON . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 311 FELIXCAN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 141 FUJIFILM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 152 GENERAL ELECTRIC HEALTHCARE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 114 GLOBAL UNIFORMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 302 GRUPO ASIS BIOMEDIA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 134 HENRY SCHEIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 135 HILLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 132 IDEXX . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 147 INFINITY MEDICAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 143 INSTRUMEVET . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 320 K-LASER USA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 112 KALIBO CORREDURÍA DE SEGUROS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 304 KARL STORZ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 142 KRUUSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 133 LASER TECH IBERICA . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 144 LCA PHARMACEUTICAL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 310 MARS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301 MED TRUST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 323 MEDICAL ILLUMINATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 111

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Associations ABCD ANAVET - ASOCIACIÓN NACIONAL DE ASISTENTES VETERINARIOS CONGRESO HOSPITAL VETERINARIO MONTENEGRO ESAVS ESCAAP HV MONTENEGRO IMPROVE FORMACIÓN VETERINARIA IMPROVE IBÉRICA RSAVA - Moscow Veterinary Congress SOS GALGOS VETAGENDA VETCONTACT VOORJAARSDAGEN

ANCLIVEPA AVEPA - ASOCIACIÓN DE VETERINARIOS ESPAÑOLES ESPECILISTAS EN PEQUEÑOS ANIMALES CBM CONPAVEPA CRC PRESS EJCAP FECAVA - FEDERATION OF EUROPEAN COMPANION ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATIONS FIAVAC - FEDERACIÓN IBEROAMERICANA DE ASOCIACIONES VETERINARIAS DE ANIMALES DE COMPAÑÍA FIPPA - FEIRA INTERNACIONAL DE PRODUTOS PARA PEQUENOS ANIMAIS I CAT CARE ICE SALUD INNOVET ISFM IVIS NEWS MOTIC NAVC - NORTH AMERICAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE SAVAB - SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION FROM BELGIUM SCHAEFERMUELLER PUBLISHING GMBH SLOVENSKÁ ASOCIÁCIA VETERINÁRNYCH LEKÁROV MALYCH ZVIERAT USAVA - UKRANIAN SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION VDV - VLAAMSE DIERENARTSEN VERENIGING VET BUSSINESS JOURNAL VET4VET VETERINARY MANAGEMENT FOR TODAY VETERINARY MEDICINE TODAY VETERINARY TIMES VETSFORUM VETSTART VETSTREAM VSV-ONLINE WETERYNARIA W PRAKTYCE WSAVA - WORLD SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION WSAVA 2014 - South Africa ZOOINFORM


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General Information

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

SEVC 2014 Passport

SEVC Vet Kiosk

All delegates receive a Passport with the rest of their documents. Collect visas from the participating stands in the Exhibition Hall and enter the draw to win a ticket for SEVC 2014.

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

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Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Catering

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COFFEE The SEVC 2013 exhibitors are delighted to invite you to have breakfast at their booths. Visit them to discover the latest industry news while having breakfast together.

Thursday, 17 October

Coffee will be served at the catering points in the Exhibition Hall.

17:00-18:00: SEVC 2013 Opening ceremony - Dr. Artur Font, Presidente del AVEPA-SEVC 2013 18:00-19:00: Infecciones urinarias: Inmunoterapia como alternativa - Dr. Javier Alcover - DIAVET

FRIDAY, 18 October 9:00-10:00:

Lunch “Tapas served at the exhibition stands”

• Enjoy the tapas which will be served at the individual exhibition stands within the exhibition hall.

• A hot main course is also served at the catering points in the Exhibition Hall – on presentation of a lunch ticket.

• Vegetarian options are available (tapas and hot main course).

Lunch Tickets Every delegate receives 2 lunch tickets with their congress documentation. Exchange these tickets for lunch at the catering points in the Exhibition Hall between 13.00 and 15.25 on Friday and Saturday. Extra lunch tickets can be purchased from the SEVC Secretary for €10.

“to be defined” - “to be defined” - ASALASER

10:00-11:00: Tracheal stenting for tracheal collapse - Dr. Laín Garcia - INFINITY MEDICAL 11:00-12:00: Concurso Pedigree® Dentastix®: Descúbre cuánto sabes de Higiene Oral y GANA un iPad. - Carlos Rodriguez - PEDIGREE 12:00-13:00: “to be defined” - “to be defined” - FELIXCAN 13:00-14:00: “to be defined” - “to be defined” - MERIAL 14:00-15:00: How to incorporate laser therapy in your daily work - Nuria - KRUUSE 15:00-16:00: Anesthetic techniques for minimally invasive surgery - Juan Rafael Lima Rodriguez - CCMI 16:00-17:00: Vexoderm®, la cura húmeda de nueva generación - Felix Bastida - UNIVET 17:00-18:00: Class IV Laser Therapy: A New Solution for Pain Management & Wound Healing - Bryan Stephens, PhD - K-LASER 18:00-19:00: VMS: Análisis sectorial y análisis de tu clínica - Pere Mercader - QVET-VMS

SATURDAY, 19 October 14:00-15:00: 1st day critical care with Oralade - Nuno Paixao - KRUUSE

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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.

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Wi-Fi Free Wi-Fi is available to all the SEVC delegates.

Inside your conference bag you will find your copy of the “NEW EXHIBITION BOOK” which contains all the information of the SEVC 2013 Exhibition Hall. There is a complete list of exhibitors and partners, as well as information about all the events taking place at the expo. Moreover, you’ll find “vouchers” from several of our exhibitors with special offers, discounts, draws and much more information.

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social events

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

President’s Welcome and Awards Presentation Thursday, 17 October 2013: 17.00 - 18.00 Pavilion 5, Exhibition Hall, Show Room Dr. Artur Font, SEVC 2013 President will welcome delegates and present the following awards: • AVEPA “Miguel Luera” Scientific Award • SEVC 2013 Awards for best Abstracts

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Presentation of Posters

International Welcome Reception

Friday, 18 October 2013: 18.00 - 20.00 Pavilion 5, Exhibition Hall, Posters Area

Friday 18 October 2013: 18.45 - 20.00 Pavilion 5, Exhibition Hall, Posters Area

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

Everyone is invited to celebrate the SEVC at the International Welcome Reception. Enjoy a special Flamenco show with Spanish tapas and sangria.


Social events

Barcelona, 17 - 19 October 2013

Grand SEVC Fiesta Saturday, 19 October 2013: 21.30 - 03.00 Fira de Barcelona – Z6 (next to the Magic Fountains) 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.

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