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SOUTHERN EUROPEAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE

SEVILLE SPAIN

7-9 November

2019 www.sevc.info

FINAL PROGRAMME ASOCIACIÓN DE VETERINARIOS ESPAÑOLES ESPECIALISTAS EN PEQUEÑOS ANIMALES


SEVC App

Lecture Proceedings

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View and download all the conference proceedings for this year at:

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

Lunch During coffee breaks you will have beverages available at the coffee points, as well as pastries in the booths. Feel free to get a bite. Lunch is not included in the registration fee. Lunch options will be available at the venue on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (buffet, picnic bags, food trucks and cash bar). Tickets available previously online or onsite at the Lunch Points at the venue.

Wi-Fi Network: AVEPA-SEVC19 Password: avepasevc19

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Exhibition Hall

Social Events

Grand SEVC Fiesta

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

Poster Presentation

Café del Casino, María Luisa Park

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Free entry for veterinary clinic staff

Free access for people registered to the congress.

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Play the Expo challenge with your app

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International exhibitors

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Leading brands

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Special offers

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Coffee and pastries served at the exhibition stands

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Free Wi-Fi

Friday, 8 November: 7pm-8pm FIBES, Level 0, Poster Area

Saturday, 9 November: 9.30pm - 2am Registration to the Scientific Programme does not included access to the Fiesta Enjoy a party with live entertainment, tapas, drinks and music to dance the night away. It’s necessary to present the ticket within your badge to gain access. How to get there: The nearest Metro station is Prado de San Sebastian. The taxi ride to the casino cafe is 15 min from FIBES (AVEPA-SEVC venue). There will be no coach service.

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SEVILLE, 7-9 NOVEMBER 2019


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

Feline Medicine

Thursday, 7 November, 9am - 2pm Room: Barcelona Programme presented in English and Spanish with simultaneous translation

The SEVC Scientific Programme is aimed at all European veterinarians,

Thursday morning, 7 NOVEMBER, 9.30am - 1.45pm Room: BRUSELAS

This symposium is not included in the SEVC Scientific Programme.

particularly small animal and companion animal practitioners.

This symposium is not included in the SEVC Scientific Programme.

With the collaboration of:

The SEVC’s mission is to present the latest advances in animal care to the veterinary community in a professional, but fun, environment, by offering

ASOCIACIÓN DE VETERINARIOS ESPAÑOLES ESPECIALISTAS EN PEQUEÑOS ANIMALES

more than 200 lectures by more than 100 worldwide experts.

HIGH LEVEL

Anaesthesia & PAIN MANAGEMENT

OPHTHALMOLOGY

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE

Behaviour

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Auditorio 3 (Capacity: 400 vets)

Madrid (Capacity: 320 vets)

Auditorio 2 (Capacity: 300 vets)

Auditorio 1 (Capacity: 1200 vets)

Paris (Capacity: 340 vets)

Bruselas (Capacity: 300 vets)

Mod.

Esteban Pujol

Veronica Salazar

Ron Ofri

Nick Bexfield

Jon Bowen

Ernie Ward

18.30 19.25

Dr. Matthieu Cariou

Anaesthesia in small animals with renal disease, what should I do, how and why? Dr. Susana Canfran

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

www.sevc.info

Dr. Paul Higgs

BRAZIL

Behavior modification in stereotypical behaviour problems Dr. Daniel Mills

Dr. Renato Costa

Customized approach – the key for your clients’ hearts

‘Doctor, will my pet see again?’ Acute blindness in our patients Dr. Michala de Linde Henriksen

Common ophthalmic problems in exotic pets Dr. Alejandro Bayon del Río

Lectures presented in English

Problematic pupils: a logical approach to anisocoria Dr. Edward Ives

Head trauma: a neurologist’s perspective Dr. Edward Ives

Lectures presented in Spanish with English translation

Behavioural modification in ageing dogs

Dr. Renato Costa

Improving client compliance in the feline practice CANADA

CANADA

Managing dental pain Dr. Paulo Steagall

Diagnosis and management of polycythaemia

Dr. Daniel Mills

Clients want much more from you than your technical skills

17.00- 17.30: coffee break in the exhibition hall

DENMARK

FRANCE

Dr. Matthieu Cariou

The place of surgery in the management of urethral sphincter mechanism incompetence FRANCE

17.30 18.25

All you need to know about ureteral surgery without using stents or SUBs

Dr. Paul Higgs

Drug selection for enhancement of behaviour modification

BRAZIL

DENMARK

THURSDAY

Dr. Michala de Linde Henriksen

How to approach the neutropenic patient

Dr. Angela Gonzalez

Problems of adherence in behaviour modification Dr. Daniel Mills

Dr. Margie Scherk

Screening seniors: integrating early detection programs to benefit your patients and practice CANADA

Dr. Gerhard Oechtering

Dr. Michala de Linde Henriksen

There is more to it than meets the eye. Ocular manifestations of systemic diseases

Dr. Paulo Steagall DENMARK

GERMANY

Fifty shades of red. How to diagnose and treat the red eye

Feline sedation: when, where and how CANADA

16.00 16.55

Dr. Clare Rusbridge

Dr. Gerhard Oechtering

Man-made diseases of the upper airways. Brachycephaly and miniaturization. Part II GERMANY

15.00 15.55

Neuropathic pain and itch

THURSDAY, 7 NOVEMBER 2019

SURGERY Room

Man-made diseases of the upper airways. Brachycephaly and miniaturization. Part I

Scientific Programme

Scientific programme

Dr. Margie Scherk

How I Treat

How I Treat

Speakers’ Nationality

NAVC Speaker

(North American Veterinary Community)

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Approach to clinical cases, where the answer was a biopsy of a coelomic organ in reptiles Dr. Paolo Seller

HIGH LEVEL

14.30 15.25

CANADA CANADA

BRAZIL

CANADA USA

USA

Thoracoscopic pericardial surgery

15.30 16.25

How I Treat

Feline otitis media

Dr. J. Brad Case

Dr. Laura Ordeix

Thoracoscopic surgery for chylothorax Dr. J. Brad Case

Sterile nodular diseases in dogs and cats. Part I USA

SWITZERLAND

AUSTRALIA

USA

19:00 - 19:25: Nutritional hyperparathyroidism (case based) USA

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13.00-14.25: lunch break

Dr. Carlos Macias

Arthrodesis of the tarsal joints - tips and tricks for success

Dr. Jennifer Larsen

Dr. Jennifer Larsen

Dr. Bill Schroeder

Stephen D. White

Elbow, knee and shoulder arthrodesis

Dr. Jennifer Larsen

18:00 - 18:55: Pet food myths – facts and fakes

Dr. Esteban Pujol

Feline Medicine and Small Animal Medicine seminar

Dr. Jennifer Larsen

Dr. Rico Vannini

17.30-18.25: coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. Luis Feo

Advances in the management of urethral obstruction 18.30 19.25

USA

Urolithiasis and the management of urethral obstructions in cats

Leveraging the latest digital marketing opportunities

Dr. J. Brad Case

Dr. Rico Vannini

16.30-17.25: coffee break in the exhibition hall

17.30 18.25 18.30 18.55 19.00 19.25

Basic principles in wound management Dr. Felipe de Vicente

Urethral stenosis following perineal urethrostomy in cats Dr. Matthieu Cariou

Sterile nodular diseases in dogs and cats. Part II USA

17.30-18.25: coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. Renato Costa

Dr. Julius M. Liptak

Laparoscopic gastropexy 12.00 12.55

Complications of carpal arthrodesis

Raw pet foods – what is the evidence

Dr. Luis Bosch Lozano

How I Treat

Clients, if you ask them, they will come

How I Treat

Stephen D. White

Feline paraneoplastic disorders SWEDEN

Dr. Luis Feo

How to manage the cat dying of acute pancreatitis

Controversies in the management of canine soft tissue sarcomas

Dr. Stephen D. White

ORTHOPAEDICS

SWITZERLAND

17.30 18.25

Diagnostic approach to canine and feline liver disease

Dr. Vanessa Barrs

Dr. Margie Scherk

DERMATOLOGY

Homemade diets – what clinicians need to know

USA

16.30 17.25

Dr. Luis Feo

Dr. Katarina Varjonen

HIGH LEVEL

Feline gammaherpesvirus and hepadnavirus: cause for concern?

Getting cats back into the practice – lifelong preventive health care

10.00-11.00: coffee break in the exhibition hall

Histolytic skin diseases in dogs and cats

NUTRITION

The vomiting dog; top tips on diagnosis and management

How I Treat

How I Treat

USA

Dr. Vanessa Barrs

Dr. Renato Costa

Dr. Julius M. Liptak

Dr. J. Brad Case

USA

Feline aspergillosis: are antifungals effective?

How to deal with unhappy clients

Cholecystectomy with laparoscopy

FRANCE

Common cranial nerve deficits: figuring out the floppy face

Dr. Rafa Guerra

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT Bruselas (Capacity: 300 vets) Juan Carlos Gimenez Gustavo Machicote

Chest wall tumours: chest wall resection and reconstruction

Approach to canine pododermatitis

14.00-15.25: lunch break

15.30 16.25

Dr. Katarina Varjonen

SURGERY Madrid (Capacity: 320 vets) Manuel Ruiz Eva Perez Merino

BRAZIL

SWEDEN

Veterinary care for unusual species such as wallabies and porcupines

Dr. Clare Rusbridge

Dr. Stan Marks

9.30 9.55

11.00 11.55

SWEDEN

How to treat neuropathic pain and itch in cats

8.30 9.25

Dr. Katarina Varjonen

Apocrine gland anal sac adenocarcinomas in dogs CANADA

ITALY ITALY ITALY

Dr. Paolo Seller

Room AM PM

Feline pemphigus foliaceus

How I Treat

USA

USA

Dispsnea in reptiles

Dr. Katarina Varjonen

11.00-11.55: coffee break in the exhibition hall

What’s the latest on canine megaesophagus? A case-based approach

Dr. Edward Ives

Dr. Margie Scherk

Deep nodular diseases, bacterial

SWEDEN

AUSTRALIA

Dr. Paul Higgs

Dr. Paolo Seller

Dr. Vanessa Barrs

How I Treat

Dr. Laura Ordeix

Advance imaging in reptile

Old cat with multiple problems CANADA

How to perform a bone marrow biopsy

Introduction to nodular disease and deep fungal infections

Dr. Paolo Seller

Dr. Margie Scherk

Feline parvovirus infection: new things about an old disease

Dr. Stan Marks

Endoscopy in reptiles

ITALY

13.00 13.55

CANADA

Dr. Stan Marks

FRIDAY 12.00 12.55

Skinny old cat, sarcopenia and cachexia

DERMATOLOGY Auditorio 3 (Capacity: 400 vets) Luis Ferrer Pilar Lafuernte

USA

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS Auditorio 2 (Capacity: 300 vets) Jaume Martorell Marge Chandler

Approach to the diagnosis and management of chronic enteropathies. Part II

10.30 10.55

FRIDAY, 8 NOVEMBER 2019

FELINE MEDICINE Paris (Capacity: 340 vets) Albert Lloret Valentina Aybar

AUSTRALIA

9.30 10.25

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE Auditorio 1 (Capacity: 1200 vets) Cheryl Good German Santamaria

Approach to the diagnosis and management of chronic enteropathies. Part I USA

8.30 9.25

USA

Scientific Programme

Room AM PM

Dr. Julius M. Liptak

How I Treat

SEVILLE, 7-9 NOVEMBER 2019


Integrating avian diagnostics. Part I USA

Dr. Marc Raffe

USA

Dr. Natasha Olby

Post-operative care of the critical patient

Dr. Don Harris

Room AM PM

8.30 9.25

ORTHOPAEDICS

CARDIOLOGY

Practice Management

Madrid (Capacity: 320 vets) Javier Lopez Gustavo Ortiz

Paris (Capacity: 340 vets) Jordi Lopez Raquel Salguero

Bruselas (Capacity: 300 vets) Ernie Ward Ana Barajuan

This puppy has a murmur: what shall I do next?

Developing content that motivates pet owners

Injuries in sporting dogs Dr. Rico Vannini

Dr. Domingo Casamian-Sorrosal

USA

EMERGENCY CRITICAL CARE Auditorio 3 (Capacity: 400 vets) Nuno Felix Nuno Felix

SWITZERLAND

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS Auditorio 2 (Capacity: 300 vets) Asier Basurco Maria Ardiaca

Gait analysis – a guide to interpretation of gait USA

8.30 9.25

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE Auditorio 1 (Capacity: 1200 vets) Marek Wojtacki Maruska Suarez

Scientific Programme

Room AM PM

Dr. Bill Schroeder

HOSPITALES VETERINARIOS

Severe open foot injuries Dr. Rico Vannini

The coughing mitral valve disease dog

How I Treat

Dr. Domingo Casamian-Sorrosal

How to build a year long content calendar

How I Treat USA

Dr. Marc Raffe

9.30 9.55

SWITZERLAND

What can I get from blood gas analysis in small animal patients

Dr. Don Harris USA

USA

Integrating avian diagnostics. Part II

Dr. Natasha Olby

USA

9.30 10.25

An update on intervertebral disc disease, what has the last decade taught us?

Dr. Bill Schroeder

HOSPITALES VETERINARIOS

Renal disease in rabbits How I Treat

USA

Dr. Natasha Olby

USA

10.30 10.55

Myasthenia gravis

Dr. Don Harris

How I use plasma in small animal medicine

How I Treat

Dr. Karen Humm

HOSPITALES VETERINARIOS

Chiari-like malformations – how to deal with neuropathic itch and pain

Rabbit GI disease: frequently overlooked perspectives

USA

Dr. Natasha Olby

USA

12.00 12.55

Diagnosis and treatment of procoagulant states

Dr. Don Harris

Dr. Carlos Macias

Changing things when it’s tough to do it Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

Dr. Domingo Casamian-Sorrosal

Pericardial disease in 2019: what shall I do after pericardiocentesis?

Medial shoulder instability

12.00 12.55

Dr. Karen Humm

Ventricular arrhythmias: when to worry

Biomechanical considerations on fractures and implants

11.00 11.55

11.00-11.55: coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. Gonzalo Belmonte

Building unforgettable moments in your clinic

Dr. Domingo Casamian-Sorrosal

Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

HOSPITALES VETERINARIOS

The bleeding dog: diagnosis and treatment

Dr. Minh Huynh

Dr. Karen Humm

Involuntary eye movements in dogs and cats: not just nystagmus!

13.30 13.55

Dr. Edward Ives

Corporate veterinary practice, a European perspective

13.00 13.45

Rafael Laguens

HOSPITALES VETERINARIOS

13.00-14.25: lunch break

HIGH LEVEL SURGERY

Optimise your smartphone for your exotic FRANCE

Dr. Joaquim Henriques

Dr. Minh Huynh

19.00 19.25

Dr. Minh Huynh

How I Treat

Hallmarks of cancer: a brief insight into our enemy! Dr. Joaquim Henriques

www.sevc.info

How I Treat

Anaesthetising large carnivores Dr. Rafa Guerra

How I Treat

Marc Raffe, Nuno Felix

Karen Humm

Dr. Ernie Ward

How I Treat

Video and your practice’s digital marketing plan Dr. Bill Schroeder

16.30-17.25: coffee break in the exhibition hall Managing complicated wounds

17.30 18.25

Case challenges USA

Respiratory distress in birds How I Treat

PORTUGAL

Dr. Joaquim Henriques

FRANCE

PORTUGAL

Canine lymphoma

PORTUGAL

18.30 18.55

Dr. Eduardo Fraga Manteiga

Dr. Julius M. Liptak

Dr. Luis Bosch Lozano

17.30-18.25: coffee break in the exhibition hall

Diagnostic imaging of the forelimb and the hindlimb pathology. Part II

Partial and total vertebrectomy for vertebral tumours: technique and controversies

Acute coagulopathy of trauma in dogs and cats. What do we know?

Hot veterinary topics and pet trends for 2020

Dr. Felipe de Vicente

Brachycephaly and miniaturization. Advanced surgical protocols for malformations of the upper airways

18.30 18.55 19.00 19.25

Diagnostic imaging of the head

Tracking and managing your digital spend. A lesson in ROI

Dr. Federico Vilaplana USA

Update on canine mast cell tumours PORTUGAL

16.30 17.25

Dr. Eduardo Fraga Manteiga

USA

Dr. Marc Raffe

USA

Dr. Minh Huynh

15.30 16.25

GERMANY

FRANCE

Dr. Joaquim Henriques

Diagnosis and treatment of major electrolyte disorders in small animal critical care patients

Diagnostic imaging of the forelimb and the hindlimb pathology. Part I

Dr. Esteban Pujol

CANADA

Surgical or not? Orthopaedic and pathologic cases in avian patients

Metronomic therapy: when are we standing? PORTUGAL

15.30 16.25

Middle ear surgery. How to avoid complications

14.30 15.25

Dr. Gerhard Oechtering

Diagnostic imaging of the spine USA

14.00-15.25: lunch break

IMAGING

USA

FRANCE

Dr. Edward Ives

USA

Advances in exotic pet surgery

Tetanus in dogs and cats

13.00 13.25

SATURDAY, 9 NOVEMBER 2019

SATURDAY

10.00-10.55: coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. Federico Vilaplana

Dr. Bill Schroeder

How I manage… to say NO with a smile Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

How I manage. When the boss becomes aware that he gets in the way of his team Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

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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.

THURSDAY 7 Haematology

THURSDAY 7 Surgery

THURSDAY 7 Ultrasonography

THURSDAY 7 Cytology

THURSDAY 7 Orthopaedics

FRIDAY 8 Ultrasonography

FRIDAY 8 BEhaviour

SATURDAY 9 Radiology

OPTICAL MICROSCOPY IN HAEMATOLOGY: KEY CONCEPTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DIAGNOSIS Time: 8.00 - 11.00

GASTROINTESTINAL AND URINARY SUTURING TECHNIQUES Time: 9:00-13.00

CANINE ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY: HANDS-ON LAB! Time: 9.30-13.30

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. Workshop main sponsor 2019.

OPTICAL MICROSCOPY IN CYTOLOGY: KEY CONCEPTS FOR A SUCCESSFUL DIAGNOSIS Time: 11:30-14:30

MUSCULOESKELETAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY FOR THE ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON: PRACTICE LAB AND CASE REVIEW Time: 15.00-17.00

ULTRASOUND DIAGNOSIS OF ABDOMINAL PATHOLOGIES: BEGINNER LEVEL Time: 9.00-11.00

Registered? Be at the Workshops’ Meeting point, next to the Check In Area, 15 minutes prior to your workshop start time.

Ask at the secretary’s office for available places

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 euthanised to meet the needs of any SEVC workshop.

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FRIDAY 8 Ultrasonography ULTRASOUND DIAGNOSIS OF ABDOMINAL PATHOLOGIES: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Time: 12.00-14.00

HELPING CLIENTS WITH PROBLEM PET BEHAVIOUR. BEYOND BEHAVIOURAL ADVICE

DIAGNOSING THORACIC DISEASES ON RADIOGRAPHS Time: 10.00-12.00

Time: 14.30-18.30

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