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PRE CONFERENCE SYMPOSIUMS

BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

A.V.A. PROGRAMME

I.S.D.V.M.A. PROGRAMME

Association of Veterinary Anaesthesiology

International Sled Dog Veterinary Medical Association

TRAINING DAY

A.V.A. CONGRESS

UAB, Barcelona Veterinary School Tuesday, 14th October

CCIB Wednesday, 15th October

Salón de Grados 9.00-9.30

9.30-10.15

10.15-11.00

CCIB Thursday, 16th October

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

Chemistry & Physical Principles

Fundamentals of Locoregional Anaesthesia. Physiolology of Electrical Nerve Stimulation Dr. L. Clark

Developmental Nociception Dr. F. Reinoso

Chemistry & Physical Principles

Locoregional Anaesthetic Techniques in the Dog: Brachial Plexus Plock, Radial and Ulnar Nerve Block Dr. L. Clark

Anaesthetic Considerations for Paediatric anaesthesia Dr. B. de Josemaría

11.30-12.15

Ultrasound-Guided Peripheral Nerve Blocks: State of the Art and Future Trends in Human Anaesthesiology Dr. B. de Josemaría

Veterinary Paediatric Anaesthesia and Analgesia Dr. J. Murrel

Pharmacokinetics & Pharmacodynamics

Pharmacodynamics

LUNCH ON OWN

ECVAA GM

Peri-Anaesthetic Fluid Therapy

16.00-16.30

16.30-17.15

17.15-18.00 20.00

LUNCH

AVA GM

Bus Service from Hotel Headquarters to Veterinary School

8.00-8.30

REGISTRATION

8.30-9.30

International Transportation of Dogs Dr. Justine Lee

Chiropractic Care of Sled Dogs Dr. Sibil Moffatt

9.30-10.30

Foot Problems and Treatment Dr. Jerry Vanek

Physiology of Athletic Dogs Dr. Hinchcliff

Free Oral Presentations

Free Oral Presentations

Free Oral Presentations

Cardiovascular Evaluation of Athletic Dogs Dr. Hinchcliff

Nutrition of Working Dogs: Current Knowledge and Recent Research Dr. Grandjean

Current Research Update – Immunoglobulin Level Changes in Sled Dogs – Pre and Post-Race Dr. E. McKenzie

13.00-14.30

LUNCH WITH PRESENTATION Nenana to Nome: The Historic Serum Run in Alaska Dr. Jerome Vanek

14.30-16.00

Organization of Vet Teams on Major Races – Panel Presentation and Discussion – Panel to Include Grandjean (Odysee), Salles (Pirena), Nelson (Iditarod), Starks (Quest), Griffitts (Stage Stop)

16.00-16.30

Current Research on Antioxidant Status Dr. Basaraba

16.30-17.00 17.00-17.30

18.00-18.30

Dexmedetomidine Mediated Antinociception: Mechanisms and Efficacy in Animals Dr. J. Murrel

COFFEE

11.00-12.00

17.30-18.00

LUNCH ON OWN

Management of Hypotension

7.30

12.00-13.00

Paediatric Mechanical Ventilation Dr. J. García

15.15-16.00

Thursday, 16th October

10.30-11.00

Locoregional Anaesthetic Techniques in the Dog: Psoas Compartment Block, Femoral and Proximal Sciatic Nerve Block Dr. S. Mahler

14.30-15.15

Wednesday, 15 October

ROOM 133/134

FREE ORAL PRESENTATIONS

COFFEE

13.00-14.30

CCIB

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ROOM 124/125

11.00-11.30

12.15-13.00

UAB, Barcelona Veterinary School

18.30-19.00 20.00

COMIDA POR CUENTA PROPIA

Orthopedic Injuries: Diagnosis and Treatment Dr. Millis

COFFEE Doc Lombard Student Research Awards 2007, 2008 Dr. Kenyon y Dr. Riehl Tour of New Animal Hospital at Veterinary School

Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy of Injuries in Athletic Dogs Dr. Millis

Banquet (Details to be Announced Cost: 40 euros)

COFFEE Identification and Treatment of Dysrhythmias in the Peri-Anaesthetic Period

Free Oral Presentations

Free Oral Presentations

Case-Based Discussion

Free Oral Presentations

Free Oral Presentations

Welcome Cocktail Palau Moxó - Plaza Sant Just, 4 Barcelona

Congress Dinner El Tinglado Moll D’Grgal, 5 Barcelona

CONGRESS OF ESVCE (European Society of Veterinary Clinical Ethology) and ECVBM (European College of Veterinary Behavoural Medicine) UAB, Barcelona Veterinary School Thursday, 16th October

Friday, 17th October

MEETING ORGANIZED IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE SEVC


BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

ESCCAP-SP ROUND TABLE

BAYER SYMPOSIUM

CCIB

CCIB

Thursday, 16 October

Thursday, 16th October

European Scientific Counsel Companion Animal Parasites

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ROOM 132

ROOM 118/119 FELINE FOCUS

MANAGEMENT & CONTROL OF PET PARASITES: EUROPEAN GUIDELINES 15.00-15.30

REGISTRATION

18.00 - 19.00

Feline Behaviour: Useful Advice

ESCCAP SP Presentation (European Scientific Counscel Companion Animal Parasites Spain) Dr. G. Miró Corrales, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain

19.00 - 20.00

Feline Renal Insufficiency : Pathophysiology, Diagnosis and Treatment

20.00 - 21.00

Renalzin: New Treatment for Feline Renal Insufficiency

Clinical and zoonotic aspects of Giardia and Cryptosporidium infection in cats. Dr. M. Lappin, Colorado State University, USA

15.30-20.00

How to Interpret Diagnostic Tests of Canine Leishmaniosis: Practical Cases Dr. L. Solano Gallego, The Royal Veterinary College – London, UK The European Guidelines (ESCCAP) for the Diagnosis, Control and Treatment of the Cruel Worm (Dirofilaria immitis) of Dogs and Cats Dr. C. Genchi, University of Milano, Italy

MERIAL SYMPOSIUM

Flea and Tick Control: Let’s Avoid Major Problems Dr. P. Sagredo, Centro Veterinario Althaia, Alicante, Spain

CCIB Thursday, 16th October ROOM 111

AFFINITY PETCARE SYMPOSIUM 11.00-11.30

Climate Changes – Myth or Reality Harilaos Loukos, PhD Oceanography & Climatology, Expert UE, Director – Climpact, France

11.30-12.00

Insects Ecology / Example of Myiasis Richard Wall, PhD, Pr. Parasitology, Bristol University, UK

12.00-12.30

Dirofilariosis and Leishmaniosis Status Laura Rinaldi, DVM, PhD, Napoli (Italy)

12.30-13.00

Ticks and TBD Thomas Schnieder, DVM, PhD, Pr.Parasitology, Hanover Vet Faculty, Germany

13.00-14.30

LUNCH

Sala M2 111 - Cardiology Session Dr. Claudio Bussadori (SP), Clinica Veterinaria Gran Sasso, Milán

14.30-15.30

Climatic Modelisation - FleaTickRisk a New Tool for Vets Frederic Beugnet, DVM, PhD, Lyon, France

Sala M2 112 - Dermatology Session Dr. Lluis Ferrer (SP), Univeristat Autònoma Barcelona Dr. Dominique Heripret (ENG), CHV Fregis

15.30-16.00

Changes for Veterinarians in Their Day to Day Activities and Recommendations for the Pet Owners Daniel Rodes, Spain

16.00-16.30

COFFEE BREAK

16.30-17.00

Flea Ecology and Integrated Flea Control – Managing Unsatisfaction of the Client Michel Franc, DVM, PhD, Pr.Parasitology, Toulouse Vet School, France

17.00-17.30

Impact on Dermatosis and Direct Consequences for Treatment and Prevention Maite Verde, DVM, PhD, Zaragoza, Spain

CCIB Thursday, 16th October TRENDS IN THE VETERINARY MEDICINE PRACTICE MASTERCLASS SERIES Veterinary Attendants can Become Actively Involved in Case-Oriented Small Group Discussions by Specialties. Attendants can Contribute with Clinical Cases to Discuss. Registration is Limited to 35 Veterinarians per Session

18.30-20.30

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL CHANGES IN PARASITOSIS AND ARTHROPOD BORNE DISEASES: CONSEQUENCES FOR THE VET PRACTITIONER’S ACTIVITIES

Sala M2 113 - Oncology and Haematology Session Dr. Guillermo Couto (SP), Ohio State University Sala M2 114 - Internal Medicine Session Dr. Mike Herrtage (ENG), Cambridge Veterinary School Dr. Jan Rothuizen (ENG), University of Utrecht

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BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 2008 CARDIO-PULMONARY

FELINE MEDICINE

SURGERY

ORTHOPEDICS

ANESTHESIA & PAIN MANAGEMENT

DERMATOLOGY*

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

REPRODUCTION

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

ROOM 131/132

ROOM 117

ROOM 113

ROOM 114

ROOM 118/119

ROOM 112

ROOM 129/130

ROOM 133/134

ROOM 116

Diagnosis and Treatment of Diarrhea in Cats Dr. M. Lappin (ENG)

Neutering Surgeries How and Why Things Go Wrong Dr. D. Bjorling (ENG)

Fracture Management in Growing Animals Dr. S. Carmichael (ENG)

Continuous Rate Infusions for Peri-Operative Analgesia Dr. J. Murrell (ENG)

Adverse Food Reaction in Cats Dr. T. Willemse (ENG)

Practical Ultrasound Advice: When & How to Do it Dr. D. Biller (ENG)

Clinical Aspects of Normal Female Fertility Dr. S. Martí (SP)

Stir it Up: Planning for Change and Growth Mr. S. McVey (ENG)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Diarrhea in Cats Cont’d Dr. M. Lappin (ENG)

New Thoughts on Urinary Incontinence Dr. D. Bjorling (ENG)

Growth Abnormalities: The Role of Nutrition Dr. J. Zentec (ENG)

Perioperative Analgesia for Cats Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

Pododermatitis in Dogs Dr. J. González (SP)

An Ultrasonographic Tour of the Canine Abdomen Dr. C. Lamb (ENG)

Surgical Gonadectomy in the Bitch & Queen: Should it be Done and at What Age? Dr. S. Romagnoli (ENG)

Shake it Up: Critical Stages of Management Development Mr. S. McVey (ENG)

8.30-9.25

Canine Dilated Cardiomyopathy Dr. Martínez Pereira (SP)

9.30-10.25

Pacemakers in the Clinic Dr. Martínez Pereira (SP)

BREAK

10.30-11.25

11.30-12.25

Diagnosis and Management of Pulmonary Parenchymal Disease Dr. E. Rozanski (ENG)

12.30-13.25

Diagnosis and Management of Tracheal Collapse Dr. E. Rozanski (ENG)

Molecular Techniques for the Diagnosis of Feline Viral Diseases Dr. A. Lloret (SP)

Rare Feline Endocrinopathies Dr. A. Lloret (SP)

Keeping the Thoracic Trauma Patient Alive Dr. D. Brockman (ENG)

Management of Upper Airway Emergencies Dr. D. Brockman (ENG)

BREAK

Correction of Limb Deformities Dr. J.P. Zaera (SP)

How Pharmacodynamic / Pharmacokinetic Studies Influence Analgesia Regimens Dr. J. Murrell (ENG)

Reconstruction of Intra-Articular Fractures Dr. A. Rubio (SP)

NSAIDs: Safe and Effective Analgesics or Potential Killers? Dr. J. Murrell (ENG)

Symmetrical Alopecia in Cats Dr. R. Harvey (ENG)

The Use of Cyclosporine A in Skin Diseases of Dogs Dr. M. Verde (SP)

How to Use Ultrasound Guidance for Biopsy and More Dr. A. Agut (SP)

Ultrasound Case Studies Dr. D. Biller (ENG)

LUNCH

13.30-15.00

Clinical Approach to Unwanted Pregnancy in the Bitch and Queen Dr. X. Lucas (ENG)

Infertility in the Bitch Dr. S. Romagnoli (ENG)

A Perfect Pour: Smooth Transition Mr. S. McVey (ENG)

Earning and Learning Leadership Mr. S. McVey (ENG)

LUNCH DENTISTRY

15.00-15.55

Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Edema Dr. Autran de Morais (ENG)

16.00-16.55

Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment of Pulmonary Hypertension Dr. Autran de Morais (ENG)

Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Dr. A. Caro (SP)

Feline Vector Borne Diseases Dr. A. Birkenheuer (ENG)

Innovations in Canine Heart Surgery Dr. D. Brockman (ENG)

What’s New in GDV Management Dr. D. Bjorling (ING)

Arthrodesis: How and When? Dr. B. Beale (ENG)

Morbidity and Mortality in Small Animals Related to Anesthesia Dr. M. Senior (ENG)

Pain Management in the Orthopedic Patient Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

How to Prevent and Treat Cardiac Arrest in the Anesthetized Patient Dr. F. Laredo (SP)

Skin Diseases of Shar Peis Dr. L. Ferrer (SP)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Scaling Diseases in Dogs Dr. R. Harvey (ENG)

BREAK

17.00-17.55

Management of Oral Tumors in Cats Dr. F. Verstraete (ENG)

FORL and the Stomatitis / Gingivitis Complex in Cats Dr. S. Mihaljevic (ENG)

C-Section in the Bitch and Queen Dr. S. Martí (SP)

Diseases of Neonates A Review Dr. S. Martí (SP)

Personalities in the Workplace Mr. S. McVey (ENG)

How to Grow a Practice from 2 to 65 Employees (A Personal Experience) Dr. J. Bower (ENG)

BREAK

18.00-18.25

How I Treat ... Systemic Hypertension Dr. Autran de Morais (ENG)

How I Treat... Feline Asthma Dr. E. Rozanski (ENG)

How I Treat... Palatal Injuries Dr. D. Brockman (ENG)

How I Treat... Distal Humeral Fractures Dr. A. Rubio (SP)

How I Treat... Hypotension in the Anesthetized Patient Dr. F. Laredo (SP)

18.30-18.55

How I Treat... Feline Thromboembolism Dr. A. Caro (SP)

How I Treat... Herpesvirus Infections Dr. M. Lappin (ENG)

How I Treat... Pneumothorax Dr. D. Bjorling (ENG)

How I Treat... Tarsal Instability Dr. B. Beale (ENG)

How I Treat Hypothermia in Small Animal Patients Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

How I Treat... Leishmaniasis Dr. L. Ferrer (SP)

How I Treat... Feline Atopic Dermatitis Dr. R. Harvey (ENG)

How I Treat... Mandibular Fractures in the Cat Dr. F. Verstraete (ENG)

How I Treat... Pyometra Dr. S. Romagnoli (ENG)

How I Treat... Symphyseal Separations and TMJ Luxations in the Cat Dr. F. Verstraete (ENG)

How I Treat... Neonatal Resuscitation Dr. X. Lucas (ENG)

Veterinary Nurse Clinics Dr. J. Bower (ENG)

Key Issues to Keep in Mind When Starting Up a New Practice Dr. R. Nap (ENG)


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BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18th, 2008

8.30-9.25

MEDICINE

MEDICINE*

SURGERY

ORTHOPEDICS

EMERGENCY/ CRITICAL CARE

BEHAVIOUR

ACUPUNCTURE

OPHTHALMOLOGY

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

EXÓTICOS

ROOM 115

ROOM 112

ROOM 113

ROOM 118/119

ROOM 117

ROOM 114

ROOM 131/132

ROOM 133/134

ROOM 116

ROOM 129/130

The Use of COX-2 Drugs in Oncology: Clinical Cases

Update on Canine Rickettsial Infections

Managing Genital Tumors in the Bitch

Advances in Arthroscopy

Clinical Evaluation of Tissue Perfusion

The Importance of Communication in Understanding Canine Aggression

Introduction to a Neurophysiological Approach to Acupuncture; East Meets West? (Intro)

Diagnosis and Management of Conjunctival Disease in the Dog

Dr. Y. Poubanne (ENG)

Setting a Price Based on Client Value

Thermal Burns in Reptiles

Dr. J. Fatjó (SP)

Dr. S. Lindley (ENG)

Preventing Canine Aggression: What Works and What Doesn’t

It’s Only Muscle Pain – Opening Up New Approaches to Examination of the Painful Patient (Intermediate)

Diagnosis and Management of Conjunctival Disease in the Cat

Impact of a Price Change on Your Workload and Your Revenue

Dr. A. Lloret (SP)

9.30-10.25

A Practical Approach to Diagnosing Cancer in Dogs

Dr. C. London (ENG)

Dr. Birkenheuer (ENG)

Practical Approach to Diagnosing and Treating Immune-Mediated Cytopenias

Dr. Birkenheuer (ENG)

Dr. D. Bjorling (ENG)

Reconstruction for Major Oncological Dissections

Dr. Kirpensteijn (ENG)

10.30-11.30

11.30-12.25

12.30-13.25

Dr. Van Ryssen (ENG)

The Dislocated Hip Joint

Dr. J. P. Zaera (ENG)

Dr. R. Gaztañaga (SP)

The Critical Patient: A Matter of Oxygen?

Dr. Y. Moens (ENG)

The Basics of Chemotherapy

Dr. I. Martínez (ENG)

Treating Cancer Using Target Molecules (or Molecular Targets)

Diagnosis and Management of ProteinLosing Enteropathies

Dr. M. Willard (ENG)

Diagnosis and Management of Portosystemic Shunts in Dogs

Dr. M. Willard (ENG)

Management of Canine Mast Cell Tumors

What’s New in Cruciate Disease

Dr. J. Houlton (ENG)

What Are We Doing with Mammary Tumors?

Arthroscopy of the Elbow Joint

Dr. Kirpensteijn (ENG)

Dr. Van Ryssen (ENG)

Emergency Management of Pulmonary Contusions

Dr. R. Gaztañaga (SP)

Challenges in Fluid Therapy

Dr. D. Chan (ENG)

Dr. R. Alleman (ENG)

Liver Biopsies

Injuries in Gun Dogs

Dr. Uson (SP)

Idiopathic Epilepsy and Movement Disorders: New Treatments

Dr. A. Lujan (SP)

Cytologic Diagnosis of Neoplasia

Dr. J. Houlton (ENG)

Dr. R. Alleman (ENG)

Surgical Treatment of Oesophageal Perforations

17.00-17.55

Dr. J. Fatjó (SP)

Integration of Acupuncture into the Treatment of Chronic Pain & Functional Visceral Conditions (Advanced)

How I Treat... Status Epilepticus and Cluster Seizures

How I Treat... Granulomatous Meningoencephalitis

Dr. A. Lujan (SP)

How I Treat... Lymphomas in Dogs

Dr. I. Martínez (ING)

How I Treat... GI Foreign Bodies with the Endoscope

Dr. M. Willard (ENG)

Eyelid Disease An Update

Dr. F. Stades (ENG)

12 Golden Rules to Feel at Ease with Your Prices

Dr. Y. Poubanne (ENG)

Dr. B. Beale (ENG)

How I Treat... Biliary Obstruction in the Cat

Dr. D. White (ENG)

How I treat... Feline Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Dr. J. Kirpensteijn (ING)

Evaluating the Reptilian Eye

Dr. D. Mader (ENG)

Dr. S. Lindley (ENG)

Dogs and Children Creating Awareness of Potential Risk Situations with the Pet Dog

Full Circle: East Meets West Case Presentations

EAR & NOSE DISEASE

SHELTER MEDICINE

Nutritional Support of Critically Ill Patients

Secretory Otitis Media in King Charles Spaniels

Common Infectious Diseases of Dogs and Cats in Animal Shelters

Dr. D. Chan (ENG)

Management of Traumatic Brain Injury

Dr. D. Chan (ENG)

Dr. G. ter Haar (ENG)

Nasal Aspergillosis

Dr. G. ter Haar (ENG)

BREAK

Dr. A. Lujan (SP)

18.30-18.55

When Something Goes Wrong

Dr. Uson (SP)

Approach to the Anorectic Reptile

Dr. D. Mader (ENG)

Surgery of the Eyelids

Dr. F. Stades (ENG)

Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

How to Motivate When You are Trained to Prescribe?

Dr. Y. Poubanne (ENG)

Comparison Between Surgical Techniques for Neutering & Spaying Different Pet Rodent Species & Rabbits

Dr. V. Capello (ENG)

LUNCH

Dr. A. Lujan (ESP)

18.00-18.25

When Things Go Wrong: Social Conflict between Dogs and their Owners

LUNCH

Cytology of Tissue Masses

Dr. Y. Poubanne (ENG)

Dr. T. DeKeuster (ENG)

NEUROLOGY Clinical Signs and Diagnosis of Distemper Encephalitis

Dr. E. Bjerkaas (ENG)

Dr. D. Mader (ENG)

BREAK

Dr. Kirpensteijn (ENG) Dr. C. London (ENG)

13.30-15.00

16.00-16.55

Dr. S. Lindley (ENG)

BREAK

Dr. I. Martínez (ENG)

15.00-15.55

Dr. X. Manteca (SP)

Dr. I. Farras (SP)

Diseases and Surgery of the Third Eyelid

Dr. F. Stades (ENG)

High Tech Tools for Veterinarians

Dr. Y. Poubanne (ENG)

Dr. N. Isaza (ENG)

Wellness Programs for Animal Shelters: Keeping Them Healthy

Dr. N. Isaza (ENG)

Orbital Disease

Dr. E. Bjerkaas (ENG)

Make the Media Work for You

Dr. J. Bower (ENG)

Use of CT Scan as an Advanced Diagnostic Imaging Technique

Dr. V. Capello (ENG)

Small Mammal Orthopedics

Dr. V. Capello (ENG)

BREAK

How I Treat... Meniscal Injuries

Dr. Van Ryssen (ENG)

How I Treat... Litigious Clients

Dr. J. Houlton (ENG)

How I Treat... Pain with Epidural Medication in the ICU

Dr. Y. Moens (ENG)

How I Treat... Ventricular Arrythmias in dogs

Dr. R. Gaztañaga (SP)

Planum Nasale Tumors with Photodynamic Therapy

Dr. G. ter Haar (ENG)

Nonspecific Chronic Rhinitis

Dr. G. ter Haar (ENG)

Shelter Medicine, Academia, and Community Outreach: A Happy Marriage?

How I Treat... Intraocular Prosthesis. When and How?

Involving Yourself in the Local Community

Shelter Medicine and Industry: A Viable Partnership?

How to Handle Conjunctivitis in a Cattery

Key Performance Indicators, a Non-Financial Perspective of Your Business

Dr. G. Couto (SP)

Dr. G. Couto (SP)

Dr. J. Bower (ENG)

Dr. I. Farras (SP)

Dr. E. Bjerkaas (ENG)

Dr. P. Moreau (ENG)

How I Treat... Pain in Reptiles

Dr. D. Mader (ENG)

How I Treat... Urolithiasis in Pet Rabbits

Dr. V. Capello (ENG)


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BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 19th, 2008 MEDICINE*

WOUND MANAGEMENT

ANESTHESIA

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

INTERVET / SCHERINGPLOUGH ANIMAL HEALTH SYMPOSIUM

ROOM 112

ROOM 113

ROOM 118/119

ROOM 116

ROOM 129/130

ROOM 115

8.30-9.25

Canine Lesihmaniasis: Clinical Cases Dr. L. Solano Gallego (SP)

Managing the Open Wound Dr. D. Bjorling (ENG)

Premedication – How to Choose the Correct Drug or Drug Combinations Dr. M. Senior (ENG)

9.30-10.25

Diagnosis of Hypothyroidism in Dogs Dr. C. Melian (SP)

How Would You Manage this Wound? (Interactive) Dr. D. White (ENG)

Choosing Appropriate Induction Agents and Techniques Dr. M. Senior (ENG)

10.30-11.30

Creating the Ideal Veterinary Appointment: Steps for Daily Success Dr. E. Ward (ENG)

Feline Ear Disease: So Much More Than *Ear Mites* Mr. R. Rosychuck (ENG)

Avian Clinical Nutrition Dr. J. Jiménez (SP)

Emergency Medicine in the Avian Patient: Clinical Techniques and Therapeutics Dr. J. Jiménez (SP)

Performing Examinations, Patient and Client Discharge and Follow-up Care Dr. E. Ward (ENG)

Tear Staining & Pigment & Hairs - O’ My: Treating Medial Canthus Syndrome in Dogs Mrs. S. Krohne (ENG)

BREAK

11.30-12.25

Hypoadrenocorticism in Dogs Dr. C. Melian (SP)

Reconstruction for Major Oncological Dissections Dr. Kirpensteijn (ENG)

Neuromuscular Blocking Agents and Mechanical Ventilation – Their Role in Small Animal Anesthesia Dr. F. Laredo (SP)

12.30-13.25

What’s New about Canine and Feline Babesiosis? Dr. L. Solano Gallego (SP)

What’s new in Topical Wound Management? Dr. D. White (ENG)

What’s Different about Anesthetizing Cats? Dr. S. Robertson (ENG)

Rules of Engagement: Connecting With Your Clients Dr. E. Ward (ENG)

Heart Failure and Chronic Kidney Disease: When Worlds Collide! Dr. Clarke Atkins (ENG) Dr. Greg Grauer (ENG)

Avian Dermatology: More than Feather Picking Dr. J. Jiménez (SP)

Virtual Client Communications: And YouThought Going Paperless was Cool! Dr. E. Ward (ENG)

The Bird of Prey in the Practice Dr. R. Molina (SP)

Cushings and Osteoarthritis: Treatment Decision Making Illustrated Dr. Scott-Moncrieff (ENG) Dr. Duncan Lascelles (ENG)

MASTERCLASSES Friday, OCTOBER 17th, 2008

Saturday, OCTOBER 18th, 2008

ROOM 122

ROOM 122

8.30-9.25

Diarrhoea Cases not in the Textbook and That do not Respond to Drugs Dr. M. Willard (ENG)

Using Local Anaesthesia in Practice Dr. D. Lascelles (ENG)

9.30-10.25

The Coughing Dog Dr. E. Rozanski (ENG)

Practical Techniques for Wound Reconstruction Dr. D. Brockman (ENG)

15.00-15.55

How to get the Most Out of Your Lab Work Dr. G. Couto (SP) Dr. R. Alleman (ENG)

Managing Otitis Media and Externa Dr. R. Rosychuck (ENG)


BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

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BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

INTERNATIONAL EQUINE PROGRAMME Friday, OCTOBER 17th, 2008

Saturday, OCTOBER 18th, 2008

ROOM 120/121

ROOM 120/121

8.30-9.25

Reaching a Diagnosis in Equine Dermatology Dr. D. Knottenbelt (ENG)

Pathogenesis and Treatment of Spontaneous Quarter Cracks Dr. H. Castelijns (ENG)

9.30-10.25

Understanding Allergic Skin Disease Dr. D. Knottenbelt (ENG)

The Acute Laminitic Patient: Biomechanical Treatment Options and Radiographic Imaging Techniques Dr. H. Castelijns (ENG)

10.30-11.25

BREAK

11.30-12.25

Common Skin Tumours – Should We Treat or Should We Leave? Dr. D. Knottenbelt (ENG)

Fracture Management in the Hoof Dr. J. Auer (ENG)

12.30-13.25

COPD, Heaves, RAO, IAD: Understanding the Phenotypes of Equine Airway Disease Dr. E. Robinson (ENG)

Foal Development: Angular and Rotational Deformities Around the Fetlock Dr. H. Castelijns (ENG)

13.30-15.00

BREAK

15.00-15.55

A Practical Approach to Equine Lower Airway Disease Dr. E. Robinson (ENG)

Treatment of Disorders of the Distal Interphalangeal Joint Under Arthroscopic Supervision Dr. A. Furst (ENG)

16.00-16.55

Exercise-Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage (EIPH): The Role of Pulmonary Veno-Occulsion Dr. E. Robinson (ENG)

Arthrodeses of Proximal and Distal Interphalangeal Joints Dr. J. Auer (ENG)

17.00-17.55

BREAK

18.00-18.25

How I Treat... The Pruritic Horse – What Makes a Horse Itch? Dr. D. Knottenbelt (ENG)

How I Treat Puncture Wounds to the Sole of the Foot: Street Nail Procedure Dr. A. Furst (ENG)

18.30-18.55

How I Treat... Equine Multinodular Pulmonary Fibrosis Dr. E. Robinson (ENG)

How I Treat Puncture Wounds to the Sole of the Foot: Endoscopic Approach Dr. M. Valdés (SP)


BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

INTERNATIONAL NURSING PROGRAMME

8.30-9.25

9.30-10.25

Friday, OCTOBER 17th, 2008

Saturday, OCTOBER 18th, 2008

Sunday, OCTOBER 19th, 2008

ROOM 111

ROOM 111

ROOM 111

Care of the Caesarean Section L. Monsey (ENG)

Myelography, Neurology Diagnostic Procedure J. R. Pedregosa (SP)

Canine Obesity Dr. A. Montoya (SP)

Gaseous Anaesthesia and Understanding Anaesthetic Circuits L. Monsey (ENG)

Ideas from the Veterinary Nursing Degree Course Management Section at Bristol University Dr. J. Bower (ENG)

Canine Cognitive Dysfunction Dr. A. Montoya (SP)

10.30-11.25

11.30-12.25

12.30-13.25

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Triage J. Batalle (SP)

Anti Parasite Protocol Adaptation. An Actual Need Dr. C. Lorente (SP) Dr. D. Rodes (SP)

13.30-15.00

15.00-15.55

16.00-16.55

The Educated Client and Client Culture S. Indurain (SP)

Gastrointestinal Pathology in Puppies P. Klefisch (ENG)

Becoming a Better Nurse S. Indurain (SP)

LUNCH

Preventive Health Care Programs Dr. R. Nap (ENG)

Promoting your Practice P. Fuchs (ENG)

Shelter Nursing Dr. N. Isaza (ENG)

Client Care: Pampering the Client from Young Animal till Death P. Fuchs (ENG)

17.00-17.55

18.00-18.55

Respiratory Patient Management Dr. J. Engel (SP)

BREAK Breaking Down Barriers S. Indurain (SP)

Emergency and Critical Care Nursing L. Monsey (ENG)

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+ Advanced Canine Arthroscopy

+ Oncologic Cytology

Globes, owns and shoecovers will be provided. However it is suggestes clothing and footwear for work This laboratory is aimed at delegates who already have some experience with diagnostic arthroscopy of the shoulder and elbow joints but who wish to learn operative techniques and extend their repertoire to the stifle joint. The course will focus on arthroscopic treatment of lesions within the shoulder, elbow and stifle joints including coronoid lesions, OCD and biceps lesions of the shoulder, and meniscal lesions in the stifle joint. Each group of three delegates will be given an arthroscopy tower and a complete set of instruments to practise on cadavers. This laboratory will start with presentations on the theoretical aspects of operative arthroscopy for the shoulder and elbow joints (equipment required and operating procedures). The application of arthroscopy to treatment of OCD and other lesions of the canine shoulder will be discussed prior to practical demonstration of arthroscopy. Participants will practice curettage of cartilage on the caudal aspect of the humeral head and bicipital tendon transection. Hanging limb shoulder arthroscopy will also be performed including the craniomedial push-through technique. Treatment of elbow lesions will also be discussed and practised. In the second part of the laboratory, the instructors will discuss arthroscopy of the stifle joint. This will be followed by practical exercises on stifle arthroscopy including portal sites, intra-articular anatomy, normal variants, triangulation and treatment of meniscal lesions. Participants will have the opportunity to practice using a shaver system in the stifle joint and also using hand instruments to remove meniscal tissue. At the end of the laboratory, participants should be able to undertake these techniques in their practice. COORDINATOR: Dr. J. Innes INSTRUCTORS: Dr. B. Van Ryssen; Dr. C. Macías; Dr. B. Beale DATE: Wednesday 15th Octuber 2008 TIME: 10:30-19:00 (7h) VENUE: UAB-Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 24 veterinarians

+ Joint stabilization techniques for hip, stifle and tarsus See, use and experience the feel of the latest specialized implants designed to simplify stabilization of unstable joints. The lab will emphasize easy-to-learn, effective and affordable techniques for managing coxofemoral luxation, cranial cruciate ligament tears, collateral ligament tears and meniscal tears. The participants will have the opportunity to use a new hip stabilizer, suture anchors, an acrylic external fixator and a novel suture material for reconstruction of unstable joints. A set of plastic bones and one cadaver will be available for each group of two participants. At the end of this lab, participants should be able to perform a surgical approach to the hip,stifle and tarsus and should be able to effectively treat instability injuries in the above mentioned joints.

COORDINATOR: Dr. B. Beale INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J. Innes, Dr. S. Carmichael, Dr. C. Macías DATE: Thursday 16th October 2008 TIME: 10.30-19.00 VENUE: UAB – Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 24 veterinarians

The objective of this session is to allow the clinician to evaluate cytologic specimens proficiently, focusing on identifying specific oncologic diseases of the dog and cat. The lab will review specific topics such as: acquisition and management of cytologic specimens, staining procedures, advantages and disadvantages of fine needle aspiration cytology, neoplastic vs. inflammatory processes, general features of benign and malignant cells, identification of cytomorphologic categories of neoplastic cells and identification of the most common neoplastic process in the dog and cat. Each participant will have one microscope and a complete set of cytologic slides. At the end of the lab, participants should be able to identify general features of benign and malignant cells and classify them according to the different cytomorphologic categories (epithelial, mesenchymal, round cell and naked nuclei) and finally provide a definitive/presumptive diagnosis.

COORDINATOR: Dr. G. Couto INSTRUCTORS: Dr. R. Alleman, Dr. J. Pastor DATE: Friday 17th October 2008 TIME: 11.30-13.30 (2h) VENUE: CCIB PLACES AVAILABLES: 20 veterinarians

+ Radiographic interpretation of pulmonary patterns Film-reading practical class designed to help delegates working in small groups to practice their radiographic interpretation skills and receive guidance and feedback from experts. Eight double x-ray viewers, each with a set of thoracic radiographs and clinical case history, will be arranged around the room. Delegates will be given a brief introduction about the aim of the lab and format and encouraged to study the radiographs. Delegates will be allowed approximately 8 min per case to study radiographs and write brief report. Cases will be chosen that represent well-recognised conditions of dogs and cats, at a level that will suit a typical general practitioner; cases will test observation and interpretation. Instructors will move between groups giving guidance as required. When delegates have seen all cases, group will be seated together for case review and feedback by principal instructor (Dr. Biller). At the end of this lab, delegates should have gained a clearer understanding of the radiographic appearance of lung diseases.

COORDINATOR: C. Lamb INSTRUCTORS: D. Biller, A. Barreiro DATE: Friday 17th October 2008 TIME:15.00-17.00 (2h) VENUE: CCIB PLACES AVAILABLES: 18 veterinarians

+ Lymph nodes citology

+ Anesthesia and Basic Surgical procedures in Iguanas

The objective of this session is to allow the clinician to evaluate cytologic specimens proficiently, focusing on the identification of specific lymph node diseases of the dog and cat. During the lab specific topics will also be reviewed such as: acquisition and management of cytologic specimens, staining procedures, advantages and disadvantages of fine needle aspiration cytology, comparison of neoplastic, inflammatory and reactive processes, general features of lymphoma and the identification of the most common infectious agents found in lymph nodes cytology. Each participant will have one microscope and a complete set of cytologic slides. At the end of the lab, participants should be able to identify general features of lymph nodes and classify them according to the different cytodiagnostic groups (normal tissue vs. reactive or hyperplastic, inflammatory, metastatic and neoplastic tissue and extramedullary hematopoiesis) as well as identify several pathogens that can be seen on peripheral lymph nodes.

The aim of this wet lab is to show the registrants the anesthetic protocols and the common surgical procedures in green iguanas. A short introduction will be given on basic techniques such as tracheal intubation and the monitoring and control of anesthesia followed by an introduction to the basic techniques for surgery: approach to a celiotomy and the different procedures of ovariohysterectomy, castration, cystotomy, colopexy, kidney biopsy and tail/limb amputation. The registrants will have the opportunity to practice these procedures on dead animals under supervision of the instructors. At the end of the lab, participants should know how to anesthetize iguanas and how to properly perform the most common surgical techniques.

COORDINATOR: Dr. G. Couto INSTRUCTORS: Dr. R. Alleman, Dr. J. Pastor DATE: Friday 17th October 2008 TIME: 08.30-10.30 (2h) VENUE: CCIB PLACES AVAILABLES: 20 veterinarians

COORDINATOR: Dr. D. Mader INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J. Martorell, Dr. A. Martínez DATE: Friday 17th October 2008 TIME: 10.30-14.30 (4h) VENUE: UAB – Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 18 veterinarians


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+ Anesthesia and Basic Surgical procedures in Rabbits The aim of this wet lab is to teach the registrants what they need to know to perform the basic surgical procedures in pet rabbits. A keynote presentation will briefly introduce techniques of restraint, of anesthesia and drug administration. Demonstration on a live animal will follow. The registrants will then practice with live rabbits according with the objectives of the wet lab: learning and practicing on how to restrain and handle a rabbit, choosing the appropriate anesthetic technique and administration route, and calculating the proper dosage. Registrants will be introduced to the basic techniques of tracheal intubation and the monitoring and control of anesthesia; and will learn how to check reflexes, heart and respiratory rate, oxygen and CO2 concentration, and blood pressure. Anesthesia will not be followed by recovery, and will then be followed by a demonstration on a dead animal whereby the instructors will introduce the registrants to the basic aspects of surgery on rabbits and will then show the different techniques for castration, ovariohysterectomy and dental procedures. The registrants will have the opportunity to practice these procedures on dead animals. The aim of the lab is to let the registrant gain as much “hands on” experience as possible while under the supervision of the instructor. At the end of the lab, participants should feel confident in performing all these procedures independently.

COORDINATOR: Dr. V. Capello INSTRUCTORS: Dr. D. Mader, Dr. J. Martorell DATE: Friday 17th October 2008 TIME: 15.00-19.00 (4h) VENUE: UAB – Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 18 veterinarians

+ How to perform a safe Transfusion Like in humans, blood transfusion in cats and dogs is becoming a new therapeutic way for several surgical procedures and treatment of chronic and acute anemia. To avoid side effects of this treatment it is mandatory to perform reliable blood typing of donors and recipients and to carry out accurate crossmatching methods. In this wet lab, the participants will rotate in small groups learning: how to determine a reliable Blood Typing in cats and dogs with the Alvedia’s Quick tests, how to perform an accurate Cross Match in cats and dogs (compatibility testing), how to collect and store blood products from cats and dogs and finally a demonstration for Blood Typing and Cross Matching

COORDINATOR: Dr. J. Pastor INSTRUCTORS: Dr. Luc Chabanne, Dr. Dominique Rigal DATE: Saturday 18th October 2008 TIME: 11.30-13.30 (2h) / Repetition 15.30-17.50 (2h) VENUE: CCIB PLACES AVAILABLES: 30 veterinarians

+ Canine abdominal ultrasonography A practical class designed to help delegates working in small groups with live dogs to learn basic ultrasonographic skills, gain knowledge of ultrasound anatomy, and receive guidance and feedback from experts.Skills will include ultrasound approach to the liver and spleen; approach to left kidney and left adrenal gland; approach to pancreas and right adrenal gland; approach to intestine and mesenteric lymph nodes; right intercostal approach to the liver and right kidney; approach to bladder, prostate and medial iliac lymph nodes and uterus and ovaries. At the end of the lab, delegates should be able to make suitable images of these organs.

COORDINATOR: Dr. A. Agut INSTRUCTORS: Dr. C. Lamb, Dr. D. Biller, Dr. L. Benigni, Dr. Y. Espada, Dr. M. Soler DATE: Saturday 18th October 2008 TIME: 9.30-14.00 (4h) VENUE: UAB – Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 24 veterinarians

+ Echocardiology. the correct use and interpretation of this useful diagnostic tool It is suggested to prepare the laboratory with some reading in cardiac physiology, pathophysiology and echocardiography from textbooks, such as: Fox, Kittleson or Ettinger (the latest edition) The main purpose of the wetlab is to learn how to optimize all the echocardiographic projections in order to improve the quality of the examination and to analyze the information obtained for a proper use in the clinical setting. The wetlab will be constituted of two parts: one theoretical part (3hours) and one practical part with live dogs (3hours). During the theoretical part the information will be focused in how to do a correct interpretation of the main echocardiographic images and measurements not only from the anatomical point of view but also from the functional and hemodynamic point of view, in order to use that information in the proper way for the main congenital and acquired heart diseases. During the practical session the participants will learn the practical clues in order to get the best images that permit to do reliable measurements. The participans should have a basic level of cardiac physiology and pathophysiology. The level of the wetlab is considered in a level between basic and medium. At the end of the wetlab the participants should be able to obtain optimized projections and should be able to know the most relevant hemodynamic information obtained from those projections. COORDINATOR: Dr. C. Bussadori, Dr. O. Doménech INSTRUCTORS: Dr. M. J. Fernández del Palacio DATE: Saturday 18th October 2008 TIME: 9.30-13.30 (Theory) 15.00-18.30 (Wet Lab) (7h) VENUE: UAB – Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 12 veterinarians

+ Equine Dentistry Dental problems are very important in horses and since a couple of years, horse owners have become aware of this important field. In the last decade, very important things have been learned about the teeth of the horse, which help very much in the understanding of their problems. In the wetlab, important anatomical aspects will be discussed, which is of importance to diagnose and to treat horse teeths. So is the knowledge of the different nerves on the head for a correct anaesthesia for the teeth extraction very important. Afterwards the clinical signs of dental disease will be discussed and the different tools for the dental examination will be explained. Especially the advantage of the dental endoscope will be demonstrated and it will become evident, how important this can be do detect small dental lesions. Disorders of the incisors as well as the wolf teeth are very debated. When do the incisors need to be cut or floated? How should the chronic infections of the incisors be treated? Must all wolf teeth be extracted? Afterwards the basic floating technique will be discussed and the basic instruments demonstrated, that everybody should be able to improve the skills in floating teeth. The developmental and acquired cheek teeth disorders as well as the apical infections will be discussed. The interpretation of radiographs and computer tomographic pictures will be trained with multiple case presentations and on a couple of cadaver skulls dental problems will be discussed in groups. COORDINATOR: Dr. A. Fürst INSTRUCTORS: Dr. P. Farhenkrug, Dr. Marta Prades, Dr. P. Dixon DATE: Sunday 19th October 2008 TIME: 9.00-12.00 / 13.00-16.00 (6h) VENUE: UAB – Veterinary School PLACES AVAILABLES: 30 veterinarians

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EMPRESA

3M

ACTEON

AFFINITY

ALERGOVET

ARTHREX

BIOIBERICA

STAND

DESCRIPCIÓN

B28

Bandages: Vetrap, Comfort Wrap, Equisport. Tapes and First aid dressings: Micropore, Transpore, Durapore, Medipore, Tegaderm, Tegaderm + Pad , Medipore + Pad. Protection Collars: 3M. Wound closure: Grapadoras Precise, Steri-Strip, Vetbond. Immobilization Systems: Vetcast, SoftCast. Sterilization products: Steri-Dual, Attest. Surgical drapes: Steri-Drape, Ioban. Gowns and Masks: 3M. Stethoscopes: 3M Littmann. Pet care products: 3M Mascotas. gdiez@mmm.com - www.mmm.com

B26

The ACTEON Group, designer and manufacturer of high tech equipment, instruments & consumables for human dental and medical fields, is proud to extend its product offer to Veterinary professionals. SATELEC, our equipment division is world leader in ultrasonic devices and instruments. From the more regular scaler to the more sophisticated table top device, our dental range of veterinary dentistry products will suit each practitioner. SOPRO COMEG is our imaging division, innovator in digital imaging and surgical endoscopy systems. The Veterinary range is the result of our “know-how” gained through extensive manufacturing experience. Our collaboration with veterinary dental and ENT specialists has allowed us to create a specific product range in each division, perfectly adapted to veterinary applications. infovet@acteongroup.com

C88/C87

Founded in Spain in 1963, Affinity Petcare has been striving to produce novel, healthy products for pets for more than 40 years. Ranked number six in the Pet Food Industry top 10 petfood companies for 2008, the company offers a wide range of products. At Affinity Petcare veterinary clinics are key partners with whom we wish to work closely, offering our superpremium brand Advance and our prescription range of Advance Veterinary Diets designed by our team of multinational researchers, who have worked on pet food for many years and who are dedicated to finding innovative nutritional solutions for the welfare of pets. info@advanceveterinary.com www.advanceveterinary.com

B33

Company dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of the allergic diseases in dogs, cats and horses, with the most wide and versatile offer in diagnosis of allergy to environmental and food allergens, and personalized treatments of immunotherapy (including the cluster protocol with initial treatment in 15 days). Our aim is to give the best service to our customers through high and contrasted quality products, and a personalized service to our customer in technical and commercial subjects. This has led us to be on the top in veterinary allergy in all Europe. info@alergovet.com - www.alergovet.com

A66

Innovative Products for Arthroscopic and Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures in Veterinary Medicine. www.arthrexvetsystems.com

C83

Bioiberica SA. is a company founded in 1975, with more than 30 years of experience in the investigation, manufacturing and commercialization of biomolecules for the human pharmaceuticals and veterinary industry. It is currently a worldwide leader in Chondroprotection and the bigger manufacturer of Glucosaminoglycans as Chondroitin Sulphate, Glucosamine, Hyaluronic Acid and Heparin. Bioiberica contributes to give solutions to manage Osteoarthrosis, offering the veterinarian a service to give best solutions to deal with this pathology in his daily clinical practice. Bioiberica also has a line of investigation centered in the “enterocite” and “luminal nutrition” in order to improve the hepatodigestive functionality in companion animals. info@bioiberica.com - www.bioiberica.com

EMPRESA

STAND

DESCRIPCIÓN

C70

B. Braun VetCare SA is part of the B.Braun Group, which has been present in Spain since 1955, with headquarters in Germany. In Spain, the B.Braun Group has two production plants (in Rubí and Jaén) that supply a large number of markets. B.Braun VetCare SA was created in October, 2007 with the experience from more than 10 years of presence of the B.Braun Group in the veterinary market, where its constant works on research and development for veterinary products intend to provide solutions to the new needs in Animal Health. The fluent and constant communication that we maintain with veterinary practitioners is helps us to carry out this task. vet.es@bbraun.com - www.bbraun-veterinaria.es

A76

Laboratorios Calier, leading company in the sector of animal health in Spain, manufactures and commercializes since 1968 pharmaceutical, hormonal and immunological specialties for animal use only in a large variety of presentations such as injectable, lyophilized, liquid, powder and tablets. Laboratorios Calier S.A., has subsidiaries in USA, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Portugal, Morocco and Poland and counts with a distribution network that operates in more than 70 countries. www.calier.es - laboratorios@calier.es

DIOPTRIX

A06

Dioptrix is being developing, manufacturing and providing high standard diagnostic and surgical equipments in ophthalmology since 1998. Dioptrix focuses its efforts in offering you the very best and latest in animal visual care for dogs, cats, horses and animals for experimentation. Discover our portable digital slit lamp HAWK EYE and OPTIVIZOR/NOVAGUARD, the two new ophthalmology and general surgery recovery collars for cats and dogs. Both do not enclose the ears, allowing normal hearing and reducing the risk of ear infection and eliminates sound distortion. info@dioptrix.com www.dioptrix.com - www.hawkeye-slitlamp.com

DOGNET

B92

A-Vet is a company specializing in the veterinary sector, which has a wide range of products of the first brands marks and in turn, relies on the experience of a great human knowledgeable equipment of the sector. adm@a-vet.com - pedidos@a-vet.com

BRAUN

CALIER

EVEREST BONTEMPI

A14

Manufacturer and Distributor of high qualitity surgical instruments. We carry a full line of Veterinary, Medical, Plastic Surgery and Dental Instruments. Located in Tuttlingen, Germany, the center of the Surgical Instrumetn production. tut@bontempi-chirurgie.de - wwww.bontempi-chirurgie.de

The ESAVS is a non-profit organization providing post-graduate (CE) study programs for the veterinary profession throughout Europe and Asia. info@esavs.org - www.esavs.org

ESAVS

B43/B44

Company with more than 20 years of experience in veterinary market. We dedicate our activity to manufacture, sell and distribute all type of veterinary equipment. We are specialist in surgery tables, anaesthesia equipments, surgery illumination and all type of equipment for surgery rooms. info@everest-tecnovet.com - www.everest-tecnovet.com


BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

EMPRESA

STAND

DESCRIPCIÓN

B55

The company INTECH goes to their annual meeting with AVEPA to submit our Vet Radiology equipment like every year. INTECH, Spanish consolidated manufacturing company in the European veterinary’s market, exposes its systems for Vet’s Radiology in a wide range of benefits, provided at High Frequency and capacitors to provide the highest quality of diagnosis without special electrical needs. Generators from 10 to 40kW, reaching 500mA. Radiotransparent tables for all needed (from simple wheeled tables or floating to remotely control). INTECH was the Company pioneer in the European system of direct acquisition by Digital Flat Panel, also provides indirect scanning systems (CR). intech@intechsl.com - www.intechsl.com

KARIZOO

B52

The pet division of Laboratorios Karizoo was born in 2004 with the objective to improve the quality of live of pets, as well as optimize the performance of the veterinarian clininics. Laboratorios Karizoo is an expert on generic and nutritional products. Karizoo@karizoo.com www.karizoo.com

KOSGUR

A02

KOSGUR is an enterprise that manufactures veterinary items, such as: kennels with or without drainage, surgery, tube and endoscopy tables etc. KOSGUR takes pride in it`s quality and design, using the highest quality stainless steel, which makes us a leading manufacturer in the veterinary market. We offer our clients the option of customized items to suit your particular needs of space and design. kosgur@kosgur.com - www.kosgur.com

INTECH

KRUSSE

LCA

MERIAL

NESTLÉ

B53/B54

A40

F85/F86

C78

EMPRESA

STAND

DESCRIPCIÓN

D90

Novartis Animal Health - Advancing Animal Healthcare Novartis Animal Health is a world leader in researching, developing and marketing animal healthcare treatments. Novartis Animal Health is committed to working with industry professionals to discover new products and provide expert advice on animal health care issues. The company is at the forefront of animal health, providing new and better treatments for a multitude of pet ailments, including internal and external parasites, arthritic pain control, renal, heart and allergic diseases. FALTA WEB Y MAIL

PRAME INFORMATICA SL

B63/B64

QVET is the leading practice management software in Spain. All the Spanish Veterinary Teaching Hospitals (at Veterinary Colleges) and 45% of Spanish private veterinary practices use QVET. A comprehensive software system that combines clinical, administrative and management tools. It also incorporates an innovative business benchmarking system (provided by VMS, www.estudiosveterinarios.com) which allows your practice to compare anonymously with the sector average in terms of key business indicators. This helps you detect the strengths and weaknesses in the performance of your practice. info@q-soft.net www.qvet.net

PROMHOVET

A09/A10

We are a leading company of veterinary products such as Hospital Kennels, Examination table, Electric examination table, Hydraulic and Electric operating table, Veterinary Electronic Scale, etc, We also have the ISO9001:2000 Certificate, granting all our products and meeting the requirements of safety and comfort. promhovet@promhovet.com - www.promhovet.com

QUALITY COMPUSOFT SL

A67/A74

Quality CompuSoft is a software company founded by and for veterinaries, exclusively dedicated to company and luxury pet sector and it’s the author of WinVet®, the first Complete Management Program for Veterinary Clinics in Spain for Windows. Its design makes itself the most specialized, easiest to use, and most secure tool oriented for veterinary clinics. Morover, WinVet® connects with Idexx® analysis hardware, and works with Pet-Id® chip readers, barcode readers, ticket printers, cash drawers, images, videos and short sms messages (SMS) sent to client’s mobile. It also includes an interactive vademécum, as well as many other tools. WinVet® works simultáneusly in 6 languages, being capable to adapt to users in countries or regions where it’s located. winvet@qcompusoft.com - www.qcompusoft.com

QÜENTIN INFORMÁTICA

A03

Qüentin Informática S.L. is a leading company in developing programs for the Management of Veterinary and Dental Clinics. We have the best professionals who advise always effectively and easily. With Vetwin offer support and guarantees for optimum operation of their clinic. Rely on us and improve management. info@vetwin.com www.vetwin.com

B45

RAL Técnica para el Laboratorio, through an own structure totally specialised, offers a complete service to the Clinical Analysis Labs. Our work is addressed to: INSTRUMENTS, REAGENTS, CONSUMABLES, TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE, SCIENTIFIC CONSULTING, APPLICATIONS AND SOFTWARE SERVICES. Like this we cover the technology needs required by the modern labs. ral@ral-sa.com - www.ral-sa.com

D73

Royal Canin base all its work, research and development on the Knowledge and Respect of dogs and cats. Royal Canin’s veterinary strategy is to answer the expectations and needs of vets, offering a wide range of products dedicated exclusively to them, helping the practitioner in the daily exercise of his or her profession. Represented today in 90 countries worldwide, the Royal Canin brand is the European market major actor in Health Nutrition for dogs and cats. correo@royalcanin.es - www.royalcanin.es

NOVARTIS

KRUUSE is a family owned Danish company that produces and market a complete range of veterinary equipment for the treatment and care of animals. More than 100 years of experience combined with quality products and uncompromising service make KRUUSE a leading supplier of veterinary instruments and consumables, pet products, equine products, livestock breeding equipment and AI equipment for pigs. We manufacture, deliver and sell products, which will improve the living conditions of all animals and further the working conditions of the people involved in the care and treatment of animals. pablo.buscarini@kruuse.com - www.kruuse.com

LCA develops, manufactures and commercializes medical devices for ocular surgery and joint diseases. For animal healthcare, LCA propones in Ophthalmology a wide range of viscoelastic agents for cataract surgery and in rheumatology prefilled syringes with Sodium Hialuronate for intra-articular injection. espana@lca-pharma.com www.lca-pharma.com

Merial is a world-leading, innovation-driven animal health company, providing a comprehensive range of products to enhance the health, well-being and performance of a wide range of animals. Merial employs more than 5,400 people and operates in more than 150 countries worldwide. Its 2007 sales were nearly $2.5 billion. Merial Limited is a joint venture between Merck & Co., Inc. and sanofi-aventis. For more information, please see. Stephan.bort@merial.com - www.merial.com http://es.merial.com

Nestle PetCare Spain is the Company that manufactures and commercialize products related to pet food and pet care and counts with exclusive brands for Specialist Channel: Elite Nutrition (Superpremium dry food for dog and cat). Tonus (Premium dry food for dog and cat) and Professional Care (shampoo for dog and cat). marta.estruch@friskies.nestle.com

RAL

ROYAL CANIN

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EMPRESA

SCILVET

SEDECAL

SHENZEN

VET TEAM GROUP

VET-TÈCNIC SCP

STAND

DESCRIPCIÓN

C77

scil animal care company, the answer to your questions in veterinary medicine! Specialized on the distribution of veterinary medicine equipment orientated to offer the highest quality and best innovation for the veterinary clinics. scil is a multinational group with presence in France, Italy, Holland, Germany and Spain, as well as in the USA, counting also with many partners around the world. General Electric ultrasound machines exclusive distributors around Europe, as well as for a long product list, where Dr. Fritz and scil vet View monitoring stands out. Info-es@scilvet.com - www.scilvet.com

C84

B36/B37

Founded in Madrid in 1994, Sedecal present staff is 150 Emploees (30 R&D Engineers). Medical quality standards (CE 0120;UL).SEDECAL is currently selling medical and veterinary equipment in 95 Countries. ACTIVITY: Designing, manufacturing, commercializing, installing and maintaining medical and veterinary systems. It also provides professional advising, consulting and quality management. vetx@sedecal.com - RMeseguer@sedecal.com - www.sedecal.com

Mindray was founded in 1991 in Shenzhen, China, with a mission to deliver high-quality, competitively priced medical devices to make healthcare more accessible and affordable around the world. With more than 1000 engineers on staff, we have built a world-class platform that capitalizes on low-cost China based R&D operations and a culture that is driven by ingenuity, and both individual and team performance. Our Company’s American Depositary Shares (ADSs) are listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) under the symbol MR. office@mindray.com - www.mindray.com

A39

Vet Team Group is an Italian Company who specializes in providing Veterinary Equipment, Consumables, Sutures and the construction of hospital stainless steel and PVC plastic cages. We also manufacture high quality stainless steel Tub/tables and surgical tables for the veterinary field. Achieving more than fifteen years of experience, we are able to meet any demands from our customers. info@medical-team.net - www.medical-team.net

B35

Import and distribution of veterinary equipment. Service Center for Radiology (Registered ERXB/0061/05), Anaesthesia, Service of Vaporizers and electromedical devices. We wish to offer to veterinarians the best and dedicated solutions to improve their equipment and performance. We supply devices specifically made for veterinary use. We refurbish and update old equipment. vet-tecnic@ vet-tecnic.com - www.vet-tecnic.com

EMPRESA

STAND

DESCRIPCIÓN

B91

VETMAT is a company which produces and distributes surgical instruments and veterinary medical equipment nationwide. The company was founded in 2002 year by people with more than 15 years experience in Small animal veterinary market. The aim of VETMAT is to provide small animal practitioners the whole range of products they need in their daily work. Among the range of products VETMAT distributes there are disposables, surgical instruments, X-ray accessories, anaesthetic equipment, electromedical devices, laboratory instruments, clinical furnitures, diagnostic equipment and monitoring systems. The aim of VETMAT is to provide small animal proctitioners the whole range of products they need in their daily work. Vets can also visit VETMAT´s web site where they can be informed about products and special offers. vetmat@vetmat.com - http://www.vetmat.com

VETNOVA

A38

VetNova was founded in 2007, is present in Spain and Portugal where it markets Glyco-Flex, the first joint supplement in soft chews for better palatability; Duralactin Lisina, the therapy of choice in cats infected with FHV; Duralactin, for chronic inflammatory diseases; TrizEDTA, MalAcetic y Klearwax, for ear care; LimePlus, a sulphur solution with antifungal and acaricide properties; MalAcetic Toallitas, for local dermatitis, and Sani-Cloth, the world´s number one wet wipes to clean/disinfect clinical surfaces and equipment. vetnova@telefonica.net

VJ TECHNOLOGIES EUROPE

B95

Backed by 20 years of x-ray image processing, VJ Medical Systems has applied advanced radiography technologies to provide a large range of veterinarian’s Direct Digital system which combine superior image quality, intuitive software, and rapid image processing at an easy-to-one Price. medinfoeurope@vjt.com

WILEY-BLACKWELL

B93

Wiley-Blackwell is one of the world’s leading Veterinary Medicine publishers, representing the very best in academic research, student learning and professional practice. www.wiley.com

B30

Woodley Equipment is a leading supplier of laboratory equipment, diagnostic and critical-care products to the veterinary industry in Europe. With a comprehensive portfolio of products and a proven track record Woodley is able to supply its business partners with the equipment and services necessary to meet the needs of their veterinary customers. sales@woodleyequipment.com www.woodleyequipment.com

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WOODLEY


BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

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BARCELONA 17-19 October 2008

SEVC 2008 Final Programme  

SEVC 2008 Final Programme

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