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First Announcement

X SOUTHERN EUROPEAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE 51 CONGRESO NACIONAL AVEPA

www.sevc.info

Spain

20-22 October

GRANADA 2016


X SOUTHERN EUROPEAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE 51 CONGRESO NACIONAL AVEPA

Granada

20-22 October 2016 Granada, Spain • • • • • • • • •

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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 11 hands-on wet labs and workshops Over 100 exhibitors

Granada is the capital city of the province of the same name, located in south eastern Spain between the shores of the Mediterranean and the Andalusian hinterland. The city is located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada, the highest mountain range of the Iberian peninsula. With more than a thousand years of recorded history, Granada is an important Spanish cultural and architectural heritage. The Alhambra, listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site, is indisputably the most well-known monument of the city as well as one of the most visited in Spain. It has a defensive area, the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces (named after the Dynasty of the Kingdom of Granada) and the Gardens of the Generalife. Granada boasts a Renaissance cathedral, dating from the 16th century, and many other architectural monuments including the Royal Chapel, the Monastery of la Cartuja, the Monastery of San Jerónimo and the Science Park Museum. However, if there’s one thing that makes visitors fall in love with the city, it’s the narrow streets and cul-de-sacs. It’s a pity to return home without having explored Granada.

GRANADA, 20-22 October 2016


S C I E N T IF IC P R O GR A MME

Scientific programme Current, practical, scientific information that can be applied immediately by practitioners Official cE crEdiTS

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

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.

RACE - Registry of Approved Continuing Education AAvSb - American Association of veterinary State boards

GERMANY

AvEPA - Asociación de veterinarios Españoles Especialistas en Pequeños Animales

ATF - Akademie für tierärztliche Fortbildung

THURSDAy, 20 OCTObER 2016 OPHTHALMOLOGY

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

REPRODUCTION

Infectious keratoconjunctivitis in cats

Diagnosis of canine cushing’s

Prebreeding management and advanced breeding techniques in the bitch

USA

Dr. E. Feldman

Dr. M. Davidson

USA

Dr. B. Campbell

Dr. L. Campoy

Update on management of mast cell tumours Dr. D. Argyle

Dry eye and other causes of conjunctivitis in dogs –

Discrimination of pituitary dependent from adrenal dependent Cushing’s

Dr. M. Davidson

Dr. J.A. Churchill

Dr. A. Davidson

Pregnancy disorders in the bitch

Nutritional team approach – it takes a village to practice high quality preventive care

Dr. A. Davidson

Dr. E. Feldman

USA

Dr. B. Campbell

Put nutrition on centre stage in primary care

USA

Anaesthesia for C section

USA

Getting to granulation: effective management of the challenging wound – part 2

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

USA

Dr. D. DeBoer

USA

USA

Therapy of feline dermatophytosis

Dr. L. Campoy

USA

USA

DERMATOLOGY

Anaesthesia for C section

USA

16.00 16.55

Getting to granulation: effective management of the challenging wound – part 1

USA

15.00 15.55

ANAESTHESIA

USA

SURGERY

Dr. J.A. Churchill

17.00 - 17.30: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. B. Campbell

Update on management of epitheliotropic lymphoma

Anaesthesia for thoracic surgery: ventilatory management

Skin diseases in geriatric cats

Dr. D. Argyle

Dr. I. Alvarez

Free grafts 18.30 19.25

Anaesthesia and the most common cardiopathies in dogs and cats

Dr. E. Pujol

Dr. I. Alvarez

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Workup of chronic diarrhoea in dogs and cats

Corneal ulcerative disease II: taking the fear out of the reevaluation, and now what?

IBD – Diagnosis, management and treatment

Dr. K. Allenspach

Post parturient disorders in the bitch and neonates Dr. A. Davidson

Dr. R. Sanchez

This is a preliminary programme. The official languages at the SEvC are English and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

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Corneal ulcerative disease I: what is the cornea telling me and how should I respond?

USA

Bites, bullets, and branches: managing penetrating injuries USA

17.30 18.25

Dr. Maite Verde

Fishing for unicorns: finding good help in the veterinary world Dr. M. Hedburg

Dr. K. Allenspach

How I treat dystocia in the bitch Dr. S. Marti

Managing the mysterious millennial in your vet clinic Dr. M. Hedburg

Dr. R. Sanchez

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in English

Lectures presented in Spanish

How I Treat

State

“How I Treat” lecture

“State of the Art” lecture

of the

Art

Speakers’ Country of Origin

NAVC Speaker

(North American Veterinary Conference)

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FRIDAy 21 OCTObER 2016

Diagnosis and management of feline HCM

Dr. K. Allenspach

9.30 9.55

Dr. M. Mitchell

Dr. I. Navalón

What’s new in the diagnosis and management of feline OA

Dr. M. Merck

Dr. S. Langley-Hobbs

Dr. M. Merck

Elevated liver enzymes in cats: now what? CANADA

USA

Veterinary forensics for live and deceased animals. Part 2

The power of the sun: why ultraviolet B radiation is important for captive reptiles Dr. M. Mitchell

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Dr. J. Kirpensteijn

Mast cell tumours and soft tissue sarcomas, different tumours, same strategy?

Dr. S. Little

What does it take to maximize profitability? Dr. G. I. Glassman

Ten benchmark essentials to monitor every month

Dr. J. Kirpensteijn

Diagnosis and treatment of insulinoma in ferrets

Dr. G. I. Glassman

13.00-13.55: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

J. Martorell

DERMATOLOGY

Dr. E. Feldman

USA

USA

After removing a big tumour and creating a huge hole, what to do now?

Dr. D. Argyle

16.00-16.55: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. C. Kirk

Ear canal ablation and bulla osteotomy

Dr. U. Giger

17.00 17.55

The geriatric cat with chronic kidney disease

Dr. S. Langley-Hobbs

Update on management of melanoma

Dr. J Kirpensteijn

Dealing with the fat cat

Feline patella luxation

Dr. D. DeBoer

Dr. C. Kirk

Dr. E. Feldman

Hypocalcaemia

Dr. E. Gonzales Gasch

Dr. E. Gonzales Gasch

Feline facial dermatoses USA

Feline haemolytic anaemias – beyond infectious causes

USA

Dr. S. Little

Cats and diabetes mellitus – what’s diet got to do with it?

15.00 15.55

The pruritic cat: reaction patterns, differential diagnoses, and diagnostic approach

Dr. D. DeBoer

Dr. C. Villaverde

Can’t jump, won’t jump – how diet can help with feline osteoarthritis Dr. C. Kirk

How I Treat

18.00 18.25

Salivary mucoceles

The most important feline pododermatitis

Dr. E. Pujol

How I Treat

BELGIUM

USA

Treatment of cushing’s, including treatment of the asymptomatic dog who tests positive

CANADA

Dr. M. Merck

What we think we know about treatment of feline IBD

USA

USA

Veterinary sleuths: solve the case! General topic: forensics

Cutaneous flaps

14.00 15.00

USA

18.00 18.55

12.00 12.55

How to make surgical oncology work for your practice. Hot tips and resources CANADA

11.00 11.55

USA

USA

Veterinary forensics for live and deceased animals. Part 1

USA

17.30 17.55

How I Treat

How I Treat

Dr. M. Mitchell

CANADA

How I Treat

NUTRITION

16.30 17.25

Dr. J.A. Churchill

10.00-11.00: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

THE NETHERLANDS

CANADA

How I Treat

14.00-15.25: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

15.30 16.25

Trim the fat…how I treat obesity

Dr. B. Campbell

Skin lesions in reptiles and amphibians using salt: it’s more than just a seasoning!

Dr. S. Little

THE NETHERLANDS

Constipation in cats

Dr. K. Allenspach

USA

Protein losing enteropathy

11.00-11.55: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

13.00 13.55

How I use active suction drains

Dr. J.A. Churchill

State of the Art

10.30 11.00

12.00 12.55

Dr. B. Campbell

USA

Dr. M. Mitchell

Biology and medicine of geckos USA

Pathogenesis of IBD in dogs 9.30 10.25

8.30 9.25

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Everyone wins when we get them to lose-tips for building a weight management program

USA

Dr. E. Feldman

USA

USA

Dr. K. Allenspach

SURGERY

Reconstructive surgery: success with subdermal plexus flap USA

8.30 9.25

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

Viruses and reptiles: emerging pathogens or it’s about time we are looking for them

USA

FELINE MEDICINE

Feline acromegaly – an underrecognised endocrinopathy

THE NETHERLANDS

S C IENTIFIC P R O GR AM M E

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

Food responsive diarrhoea

Dr. L. Beco

How I Treat

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SATURDAy 22 OCTObER 2016

How I Treat

Dr. M. Krautwald

Dilated cardiomyopathy in dogs

Dr. Y. Bruchim

How I Treat

Coagulation disorders in septic patients, diagnosis and treatment

Respiratory problems in chelonians – diagnosis and treatment

Dr. I. Navalon

CANADA

USA

Canine signalling and how to recognize aggression in dogs

Hot issues in practice finance. How is the business model of veterinary medicine changing?

Dr. D. Horwitz

Dr. G. I. Glassman

CANADA

How I Treat

10.00-11.00: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Conditions of the feline stifle

Prognosis for aggression in dogs

Dr. S. Langley-Hobbs

What to do with cat hocks

12.00 12.55

Developing a feline-friendly hospital. Part 1

Dr. D. Horwitz

Dog aggression to family members?

Dr. S. Langley-Hobbs

Dr. P. Hernandez Garcia

Respiratory failure in septic patients, diagnosis and treatment

Dr. S. Little

Developing a feline-friendly hospital. Part 2 How I Treat

Dr. S. Little

13.00-14.30: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

Dr. Y. Bruchim

ISRAEL

Canine pericardial diseases

Dr. Y. Bruchim

ISRAEL

Dr. J. Hedley

13.00 13.55

Dr. A. Pozzi

How I Treat

11.00 11.55

Ocular problems in squamata (lizards and snakes)

Dr. I. Navalon

Meniscectomy: how to make it easier

Dr. G. I. Glassman

Gastric dilatation and volvulus

11.00-11.55: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

12.00 12.55

Dr. D. Horwitz

CANADA

Dr. U. Giger

Bacterial infections in birds

Dr. A. Pozzi

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Creating financial success with proven techniques that work

CANADA

Hereditary diseases

BEHAVIOUR

Anxiety and aggression in dogs at home and in the clinic

USA

USA

Dr. D. Silverstein

9.30 9.55

ORTHOPAEDICS

What is new in CrCL instability: osteotomy, extra-articular or both?

USA

GERMANY

Dr. U. Giger

It’s the small things that count: the microcirculation in sepsis

Dr. M. Krautwald

ISRAEL

USA

Avian ultrasonography

GERMANY

10.30 10.55

Immune-mediated and other hemolytic anaemias in dogs

USA

9.30 10.25

8.30 9.25

Dr. D. Silverstein

USA

Dr. M. Krautwald

SWITZERLAND

Dr. U. Giger

GERMANY

USA

EMERGENCY CRITICAL CARE

Red, hot and inflamed: the diagnosis and treatment of the patient with SIRS or sepsis

S C I E N T IF IC P R O GR A MME

8.30 9.25

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

Advanced radiography in birds

SWITZERLAND

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

Canine transfusion therapy

Dr. J. Hedley

IMAGING

Dr. M. Ardiaca

Dr. C. Torrente

19.00 19.25

How I Treat

Gastrointestinal lymphoma in cats Dr. P. Clemente

USA

How I Treat

Dr. J. Hedley

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How I Treat

CANADA

Dr. S. Little

16.30-17.25: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. D. Silverstein Dr. C. Torrente Dr. Y. Bruchim

18.30 18.55

19.00 19.25

MIPO: tips for the starter and the advanced surgeon Dr. A. Pozzi

Vascular disorders: should we start with ultrasound? FRANCE

17.30 18.25

Case panel discussion

Shell trauma in chelonians

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Developing feline preventive care programs

Dr. H. Gaillot

How I Treat

ISRAEL

USA

Dr. U. Giger

FRANCE

Dr. D. Silverstein

17.30-18.25: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Obstructive gastrointestinal syndrome

Imaging the yellow pet

Dr. A. Pozzi

Dr. S. Little

Septic shock with fluids

Dr. M. Ardiaca

Thrombocytopenia

Pelvic fractures in cats

Dr. H. Gaillot

Why do some captivate while others fail? Get your brand to create emotions Dr. A. Macias

Fractures of long bones in cats and other small animals Dr. T. Fernandez

Emergency in digestive disorders: the place of ultrasound How I Treat

Vertebral fractures and luxations in cats and other small animals Dr. T. Fernandez

How I Treat

USA

Dr. P. Clemente

Usefulness of the measurement of transaminases as indicator of liver disease in different exotic species

USA

Metastatic mast cell tumour, what to do?

16.30 17.25

18.30 18.55

15.30 16.25

Dr. H. Gaillot

What you need to know to be successful with cat owners

CANADA

Hypoalbuminemia in the septic patient, role and replacement strategies

SWITZERLAND

Dr. P. Clemente

Blood-gas analysis and analysis of electrolytes in rabbits

Dr. S. Langley-Hobbs

SWITZERLAND

Lymphoproliferative disorders in 2016

15.30 16.25

14.30 15.25

The story of liver masses and nodules

FRANCE

14.00-15.30: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

Skull fractures in the cat

Dr. D. Penninck

Can communication contribute to profitability? Dr. A. Macias

Pain & pleasure, the dilemma in the clinic. Pleasure is the greatest incentive to evil Dr. A. Macias

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call for abstracts

Submissions open February 2016

Submit your paper online – www.sevc.info The SEvC 2016 Conference invites veterinarians to submit abstracts either as FREE COMMUNICATIONS relating to clinical research, both prospective and retrospective, or CASE REPORTS that present new or alternative information of interest to small animal or exotic animal clinicians. All abstracts accepted must be presented in poster format during the Congress. Only original work will be accepted.

authors of accepted posters will have a special registration price for the Scientific program at the SEVc 2016

More than 200 abstracts received in 2015! PrizeS: • best free communication • best case report • best Recent Graduate Presentation (first author must be no older than 29). Winners will receive a cheque for €500 and a certificate. All winners will be notified before the Conference.

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SUbMIT yOUR AbSTRACT bEFORE

RECEIvE yOUR EvALUATION by

REGISTER FOR THE SEvC bEFORE

JOIN US AT THE SEvC FROM

May 16

Jul 15

SePteMber 30

OctOber 20

The SEvC 2016 conference invites veterinarians to submit abstracts either as FREE COMMUNICATIONS relating to clinical research, both prospective and retrospective, or CASE REPORTS that present new or alternative information of interest to small animal or exotic animal clinicians. Case reports should be based on three or more clinical cases of the same disease. All abstracts must be presented in poster format. Original work only will be accepted.

summary must be received by the 15th May 2016. Summaries are to be submitted using the templates provided for each case (1,200 words maximum, including the biography). Summaries should adequately describe the objectives and results of the work in order to evaluate quality and originality. • Only one graphic or digital photographic representation of the work will be admitted.

1. REGISTRATION OF THE FREE COMMUNICATION OR CASE REPORT • To send your free communication or clinical case study go to www.sevc.info. • All personal details of the main author must be included in the author registration form. Work can be presented with multiple authors, however only one person can be registered as the main author for presentation and contractual purposes. • The summary, the poster and the poster presentation of the work will only be accepted in English or Spanish. The presentation

2. EvALUATION AND ACCEPTANCE OF THE WORK Once the summaries have been evaluated, the authors will be informed as to whether or not their essay has been accepted within 8 weeks of the acceptance deadline. In some cases, or when considered necessary, authors will be asked to make modifications or corrections to some aspects of their poster. This means that the newly revised poster will have to be resubmitted, with new deadlines to be specified to each author. Summaries received after this date will not be included in the congress programme.

3. REGISTRATION FOR THE SEvC 2016 Once an essay has been accepted its main author can and indeed must register for the SEvC 2015 conference before the 30th September 2016. Anyone whose open topic presentation has been accepted and who has not registered by the above mentioned date will lose the option to present their work in any format whatsoever. The main author presenting an open topic presentation at the SEvC 2016 conference will have a special inscription rate, only and IF the posting has been accepted. 4. PRESENTATION OF THE WORK DURING THE CONFERENCE Free Communication and Case Report studies are to be presented in POSTER FORMAT and will be exhibited throughout the congress, from 20-22 October 2016 in Granada. The main author of the essay must be present in front of the poster on 21 October 2016. We recommend making A4 copies of the poster to be available for distribution to interested parties and to the evaluators.

5. AWARDS Posters will be awarded prizes in three categories: • best free communication (open topic); • best case report; and • best recent Graduate Presentation (first author must be no older than 29). Winners will receive a check for €500 and a certificate. All winners will be notified before the conference. 6. PUbLICATION OF THE WORK All work accepted and entered for competition will be included in the congress material available to all congress attendees. The scientific committee reserves the right to publish presentations in the official AvEPA magazine, “Clínica veterinaria de Pequeños Animales” or on the AvEPA Website, after their presentation at the congress.

GRANADA, 20-22 October 2016


SEVc Workshops 2016 WO R K S HO P S

Each year, the SEvC provides hands-on laboratories 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 laboratory experience and learn new techniques by working in small groups 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 t heir 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 euthanised to meet the needs of any SEVC workshop.

PreliMinary list of labs for SeVc 2016: • Everything you Always Wanted to Know About Cytology and blood Smears, but Were Afraid to Ask! • Canine Abdominal Ultrasonography • Ultrasonographic Identification of Abdominal Pathologies. Clinical Cases • Challenging Cases in Thoracic and Abdominal Radiology • What Should a Practitioner Know When viewing MRI and CT Images of Clinical Cases? Other PreliMinary workshops: • Small Animal Dentistry • behaviour • Exotics • Orthopaedics

Hands-on laboratory experience!

• Emergency • Ophthalmology

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Organisers

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