SEVC 2010 - Final Programme

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Final Programme

30 September - 3 October


Fira de Barcelona (Montju誰c)

Barcelona, SPAIN Where vets meet in Europe!

BARCELONA! Barcelona Turism Information Point! Barcelona offers you many interesting choices for every season of the year. Make the most of the end-of-summer sunshine: stroll on Barcelona’s beaches and through its parks; see world-class art exhibits and shop in world-class stores; enjoy unique seasonal cuisine and Gaudi’s unique architecture. Do you need any more reasons? Find all the Tourist information you may need from Barcelona at the “Barcelona Tourism Information Point!” placed in “Plaza España”, next to the SEVC Venue. Barcelona Magic Fountains! Barcelona’s biggest ornamental fountain, built in 1929 for the International Exhibition, offers a spectacular display of music, water acrobatics and lights in more than 50 colors. The fountain, one of the city’s most popular attractions, is the home of the “Piromusical,” a ballet-like spectacle of water and light. You can see the show from 1 October, every 30 minutes from 19 to 21.30h, Fridays and Sundays. MNAC Museum! The Palau Nacional, the building that was the emblem of the 1929 International Exhibition, now houses the Museu Nacional d’Art de Catalunya. A magnificent, unparalleled view of Barcelona can be seen from its unique site on the mountain of Montjuic.

250! lectures

5,500! participants

SEVC 2010!

AN INTERNATIONAL EVENT! Following three successful conferences, AVEPA (the Spanish Small Animal Veterinary Association) has again joined with the NAVC (The North American Veterinary Conference) to host the annual Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC) from 30 September to 3 October, 2010.


This successful partnership has resulted in the biggest veterinary conference in Southern Europe that provides the veterinary community with a first-class continuing education opportunity through its broad scientific programme, as well as the chance to enjoy Barcelona’s mild Mediterranean climate. The SEVC’s mission is to present the veterinary community with the latest advances in animal care in an environment of professionalism, fun and sun. The social calendar will include daily lunch at the conference centre and the not-to-be-missed “Grand SEVC Fiesta”.

WORKSHOPS! Hands on!


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FINAL PROGRAMME Committees President’s Welcome General Information Pavilion 5 Floor Plan Pre Symposiums Scientific Programme - Thursday Scientific Programme - Friday Scientific Programme - Saturday Scientific Programme - Sunday International Nursing Programme Masterclasses Research Abstracts Workshops Pavilion 8 Floor Plan Show Room Exhibitors List Social Events

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BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010




Anaesthesia and Pain Management - Sheilah Robertson (USA), Francisco Laredo (Spain) Behaviour - Sarah Heath (UK), Xavier Manteca (Spain) Dentistry - Peter Fahrenkrug (Germany), Fidel San Roman (Spain) Dermatology - Maite Verde (Spain), Chiara Noli (Italy) Diagnostic Imaging - Amalia Agut (Spain), Johann Lang (Switzerland) Emergency and Critical Care - Cristina Fragio (Spain), Isabelle Goy-Thollot (France) Nursing Programme - Enrique Barreneche (Spain) Ophtalmology - Ellen Bjerkaas (Norway), Teresa Peña (Spain) Orthopaedics - Stuart Carmichael (UK) , Juan Pablo Zaera (Spain) Other Companion Animals - Douglas Mader (USA), Andrés Montesinos (Spain) Practice Management - José Marín (Spain), Philippe Moreau (France) Reproduction - Stefano Romagnoli (Italy), Simon Martí (Spain) Small Animal Medicine - Guillermo Couto (USA), Artur Font (Spain) Surgery - Josep Maria Closa (Spain), Gilles Dupré (France)

Maite Verde, Spain (SEVC 2010 President) Colin Burrows, USA Artur Font, Spain Vicens Gimeno, Spain Jorge Guerrrero, USA Douglas Mader, USA Rafael Molina, Spain Joaquim Aragonés, Spain Philippe Moreau, France

Colin Burrows, USA Rafael Molina, Spain David Senior, USA Jordi Franch, Spain Philippe Moreau, France Richard Nap, The Netherlands

EUROPEAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE Luca Bianchini (Italy, Greece, Israel, Bulgaria, Romania and Turkey) Tibor Brauner (Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Croatia and Czech Republic) Sune Jerre (Scandinavian countries) Mark Johnston (UK and Ireland) Philippe Moreau (France and Switzerland) Andreas Müller (Germany and Austria) Richard Nap (Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg) Marek Wojtacki (Poland and Baltic countries)

SPANISH NATIONAL COMMITTEE Coordinators: Ana Rios (Madrid), Simón Martí (Madrid), Gustavo Machicote (Pontevedra) Justo Berganzo Zaera (Navarra) Francisco Javier Birlanga Urban (Madrid) Jose Leonardo Camacho Cabeza (Huelva) Héctor Casas Escribano (Barcelona) MªIsabel Centeno Eizaguirre (Asturias) Pachi Clemente Vicario (Alicante) Esteban Iglesias García-Conde (Asturias) Rafael García Pellicer (Alicante) Francisco José García Ramón (Barcelona) Santos Jiménez Palacios (La Rioja)

Luis Javier López Medina (Tenerife) Juan José Martínez Galdames (Vizcaya) José Alberto Montoya Alonso (Las Palmas) Sergio Moya García (Málaga) Ángel J. Rodríguez Peña (Segovia) Marc Sánchez Grau (Baleares) Sofia Sánchez Oliveira (Baleares) J. Carlos Seco Filgueira (A Coruña) Andrés Somaza Serantes (A Coruña) Gonzalo Valle Fonck (Zaragoza)

BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

SEVC 2010 President’s Welcome! Dear friends, I am very happy to welcome you to the wonderful city of Barcelona, which has so much to offer and so many places to see. However, today we look forward to seeing you at Plaza España, at Fira de Barcelona, for the opening of the SEVC, the spectacular event that a great team of professionals has been organising for you for more than a year: the 2010 Southern European Veterinary Conference. As you know, the Spanish Association of Veterinarians Specialising in Small Animals (AVEPA) has collaborated for four years with the North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC) to create the Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC), whose goal is to offer every attending veterinarian the best Continuing Education Programme in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. Again this year, the Organising Committee, which I have the honour of chairing, has chosen the Fira de Barcelona for the Congress’ venue. It is the same venue where SEVC 2009 was held, very successfully, because of its majestic buildings and its location in the heart of the city. This year, we have made changes that we hope will improve the Congress: • The number of simultaneous rooms has been reduced to seven; • We start lectures one day earlier (Thursday afternoon), so every delegate has more choices; • A free room is available at the Exhibition Hall where company representatives can exhibit their innovative ideas and products to others; and • The Affinity Foundation Congress about Therapy with Animals will be held Thursday and Friday. Our scientific programme is excellent, with unique aspects that set it apart. For example: • On Thursday, 30 September, you will choose between a Dermatology programme by Peter Irhke (University of California, Davis), Reproduction by Autumn Davidson, (University of California, Davis) and an Oncology programme presented by Guillermo Couto and Pachi Clemente (Ohio State, USA and Spain). • On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, you will choose between 12 specialties by lecturers such as Michael Schaer (Endocrinology, University of Florida), Michael Leib (Gastroentorology, VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine), Louise Clark (Anaesthesia, University of Edinburgh, UK), Richard LeCouter (Neurology, University of California, Davis), Mark Smith (Dentistry, Indianapolis) or Karen Gavzer (Practice Management, USA). • Masterclasses, taught by experts, are one of the most effective learning experiences for clinicians. • Workshops will be held in both the Congress Venue and the Veterinary School (UAB). • Our International Programme for Nurses is famous worldwide. • 100 free communications/posters in English and Spanish about the most recent studies in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery will be presented. We have also organised a Social Events Programme that guarantees you will have a great time. I strongly recommend that you don’t miss the Grand SEVC Fiesta on Saturday night. This programme is result of the hard work of AVEPA and NAVC members, but it would have been impossible without our sponsors. Many thanks to them all, and especially to Affinity, Hill’s, Nestlé-Purina and Merial. Finally, thank you for choosing to join us for this four-day Congress. On behalf of the Organising Committee, I wish you a very pleasant stay in Barcelona and a wonderful Congress. Maite Verde - SEVC 2010 President



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

SEVC GENERAL INFORMATION SEVC Final Scientific Programme Congratulations! If you have received this Final Programme booklet, it is because you are attending the SEVC 2010. All the information relative to the Scientific Programme is in this booklet which has been designed to provide delegates with an overview ofeach day’s programme. Be sure to refer to the updated version and not earlier versions sent by mail or downloaded from the SEVC web site. SEVC Registration Desks SEVC 2010 registration desks are located in the Hall area at the Barcelona Congress Centre. Please collect your badge and documentation there. Use this point for any questions regarding the Conference or for onsite registration for the Scientific Programme, the International Nursing Programme, Masterclasses, Workshops and the “Grand SEVC Fiesta”. For your convenience, the desks will be open: Thursday, 1 October, 9.00 - 19.00h Friday, 2 October, 7.30 - 19.30h Saturday, 3 October, 7.30 - 19.30h Sunday, 4 October, 8.00 - 14.00h SEVC Main Sponsors Welcome Desks These Welcome Desks are located next to the registration desks. If you have been registered by one of our main sponsors, please collect your badge at that sponsor’s desk. Unattended Bagagge Please do not leave your belongings unattended. SEVC will not be responsable for any lost items.

SEVC Registration Badges Please take care of your registration badge and its holder. The badge provides access to not only the Conference Rooms but also the Exhibitors’ Area, and it authorizes you to collect your Certificate of Attendance at the “Bayer Cyber Corner”. Each badge has a bar code that will be read by SEVC personnel when you enter the above-mentioned areas. Coffee and lunch tickets are also included in the badge holder. Security personnel have been instructed to refuse admission to anyone not wearing an official SEVC name badge. In case of loss or damage, the organisation will provide you with a new badge. Lunch and coffee tickets won’t be replaced. SEVC Conference Bags Collect your conference bag along with your badge at the registration desk. This year’s bag is sponsored by “Advance by Affinity”. Each bag contains the SEVC Final Programme, Exhibition Guide, 2010 Conference First Announcement, and other exhibitor information.

SEVC Speakers’ Room This room is located upstairs on the second floor of the “Barcelona Congress Centre”. Access is limited to SEVC speakers and authorized personnel only. The speaker room will be open during the same hours as the registration desks. Staff officials can be identified by their blue or white SEVC shirts. Any official will be happy to help you if you have any questions. SEVC Simultaneous Translation Earphones All rooms offer simultaneous translation into English and Spanish, and some other languages, such as Polish, on occasion. You can collect your earphones at the designated tables. It is compulsory to leave a National Identification Card, Passport or 300€ in cash as a deposit. No credit cards, hotel room cards or Presentation Cards will be accepted. Please return the earphones at the end of each day to allow the batteries to be recharged. SEVC Conference Rooms All Rooms will be open for 5 minutes in-between lectures. After this time all rooms will be closed to give privacy to those present. A member of staff will check delegates’ badges when coming into or out of the room. Rooms will be locked during coffee and lunch breaks. All delegates will be asked to leave the rooms at this time. Food or beverages are not allowed in any of the Conference Rooms. The SEVC does not permit any recording of any of the lectures.


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010


SEVC “Bayer Healthcare Ciber Corner” Free Internet connection is available at the Bayer Healthcare Cyber Corner in the Exhibition Area. Bring your own computer, plug into the ‘net and download the SEVC Scientific Proceedings. You can also print your own Certificate of Attendance.

SEVC Exhibition Entrance All SEVC delegates with an SEVC badge are entitled to free entry to the Exhibition Area. Accredited veterinarians also can enter for free. Register at one of the Desks at the entrance to Pavilion 8. Only practitioners and distributors will be given access. No final owners are allowed. SEVC Catering COMPLIMENTARY CAFÉ Help yourself to complimentary coffee in many areas throughout Pavilion 8 . LUNCH TRAYS All delegates will receive two vouchers in Pavilion 5 when they register, one each for Friday’s and Saturday’s lunches. These vouchers can be exchanged at any of the five lunch points inside Pavilion 8 between 13.00 and 15.00h. VEGETARIAN LUNCH TRAYS If you did not request a vegetarian meal when you registered online, please ask for your ticket to be exchanged at the registration desk in Pavilion 5. Extra lunch tickets are available at resgistration desks for only 15€.

Shuttle Service to UAB (Workshops)

Exhibition Hall Exhibition Hall Check-in Desks Conference Rooms 13 to 16

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SEVC Certificates of Attendance Collect your Scientific or International Nursing programme Certificates of Attendance at the Bayer Cyber Corner in the Exhibition Area next to Bayer Healthcare booth. It is compulsory to show your SEVC registration badge. Other certificates can be collected at the registration desks.

Grand SEVC Fiesta

SEVC Exhibition Guide All information relative to the SEVC Exhibition Area can be found at the fina pages of this Programme.

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SEVC Proceedings CD Delegates will receive an SEVC Proceedings CD when collecting their documentation at the registration desks. The CD, which contains most of the Scientific and International Nursing programmes, as well as information about the speakers, is in both English and Spanish.

Registration Check-in Desks Main Sponsors Welcome Desks Conference Rooms 1 to 12 Presymposia Workshop Rooms Masterclasses Rooms

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SEVC Staff BLUE SEVC shirts will make it easy to identify all our staff members, who will be found in every conference room, at the registration desks and in the common areas. Check their “language ribbons” to see if they speak your language. Do not hesitate to ask any questions.



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010




Room 3

Room 4B

Simultaneous Translation

Access to 3º floor

Room 4

Access to 3º floor

Room 8 Room 7 “Auditorium”

Room 2 Access to 2º floor

Room 6 Speakers Room

Access to 2º floor

Room 1


Access to 3º floor

Access to 2º floor

Access to 2º floor

Access to 3º floor

Simultaneous Translation


Access to Rooms 11 & 12

Main Sponsors Welcome Desks HILL’S


Main Sponsors Welcome Desks AFFINITY

Access to 2º floor

SEVC Registration Desks

Access to 2º floor

Room 9

Main entrance Pavilion 5

Conference Rooms 13 to 16 are situated at Pavilion 8. (Check the floor plan on page 22)

Room 5


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

AFFINITY PETCARE PRE-CONGRESS Thursday, 30 September, 2010

Palacio de Congresos de Barcelona Feria de Barcelona (Montjuïc) SALA AUDITORIO

30 DE SEPTIEMBRE Y 1 DE OCTUBRE DE 2010 PALACIO DE CONGRESOS. FIRA DE BARCELONA Congress whose purpose is to spread the Assisted Therapy and Education Companion Animals

18.00h Gastric-dilatation-volvulus: from nutrition to surgery Dr. THERESA W. FOSSUM Texas A&M University

18.45h The radiological diagnosis of hip and elbow dysplasia Dr. MICHAEL HERRTAGE Cambridge Veterinary School

THURSDAY 30 SEPTEMBER 9.30-13.00 PANEL 1 ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY AND GERIATRIC POPULATION Presented and moderated by: Maite Verde and Maite Martínez Speakers: Philip Arkow, Isabel Reneses Pradillos, Amaia Zulaica Cardosa, Carmen Hernández Muñoz, MªDolores Rodrigo Claverol and David Moya Francés. 14.30-17.30 PANEL 2 ANIMAL ASSISTED THERAPY IN THE PRISON SYSTEM Presented and moderated by : Florencia Pozuelo Rubio Speakers: Gloria Gilbert Stoga, Fernando Mazas Cano, Cristina Ibañez López, Rafael Bustamante Villar, Elena González Ortiz, Juan Bueno Sánchez, Isabel del Olmo Gálvez, Gloria Esteve Nadal, Nuria Galver Rallo and Maribel Vila Nasarre.


19.30h Pains of growth??? Diferential diagnosis Dr. JOSE LUIS PUCHOL CV Puerta de Hierro Registrations indicating your name, veterinary practice, phone number and yor contact e-mail : 1. Through your commercial representative of Affinity Petcare 2. With the application form included at 3. e-mailing: (*) Attendance limited to the meeting room capacity

9.30-13.00 PANEL 3 AAT WITH CHILDREN, YOUNG ADULTS AND THE DISABLED Presented and moderated by: Miquel Roca Benassar Speakers: Diana McQuarrie, Ana Poves Plumed, Meritxell Arias Teixidor, Miriam Schvartzman, Nora Amiano, Alexia Falcó and Marta Masmitjà. 14.30-17.30 PANEL 4 THE HUMAN-ANIMAL BOND Presented and moderated by : Lluis Ferrer Caubet Speakers: Teri Pichot, Fernando Silva, Lluis Ferrer Caubet, Teresa Giménez Gimpera, Tomás Camps, Valentina Marrotti and Nuria Querol Viñas.

Contact: Pacifico Meetings · Tel. +34 932388777 ·


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

SEVC SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME Current, practical, scientific information that can be applied immediately by practitioners! The SEVC Scientific Programme is aimed at all European veterinarians, particularly small animal and companion animal practitioners. The SEVC’s mission is to present the latest advances in animal care to the veterinary community in a professional, but fun, environment, offering more than 200 lectures by more than 100 world-wide experts.




Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

Room 4B (Pavilion 5)

Dr. Mar Bardagí

Dr. German Santamarina

Dr. Stefano Romagnoli

Dr. Josep Pastor

17.00 - 17.55

Recurrent Pyoderma Dr. P. Ihrke (USA)

18.00 - 18.55

19.30 - 19.55 The SEVC would like to thank the PSLWMZ for its collaboration on the Simultaneous Translation into Polish during the conference.



Differentiating Ulcerative Skin Diseases in the Dog and Cat Dr. P. Ihrke (USA)

Brachycephalic Syndrome: Forget the Old Issues… Dr. G. Dupré (Austria)

Obstetrical Emergencies Dr. A. Davidson (USA)

Clinical Staging in Oncology Dr. P. Clemente (Spain)

Laryngeal Paralysis Dr. L. Findji (UK)

Neonatal Resuscitation: Improving the Outcome Dr. A. Davidson (USA)

What Can You Do for Your Cancer Patient? Dr. G. Couto ( USA)


19.00 - 19.30

We would like to thank the International Society of Feline Medicine for its support of the SEVC’s Feline Medicine Programme.


20.00 - 20.30

How I Treat

Flea Allergy Dermatitis Dr. P. Ihrke (USA)

Skin Manifestations of Adverse Reactions to Food in the Dog and Cat Dr. P. Ihrke (USA)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Nasopharyngeal Polyps in Cats Dr. M. Smith (USA)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Nasopharyngeal Obstruction Dr. M. Smith (USA)

How I Treat

Lecture presented in English (Simultaneous Translation into Spanish)

Practical Ovulation Timing in the Bitch Dr. A. Davidson (USA) Neutered Female Reproductive Tract Disorders Dr. A. Davidson (USA)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Mast Cell Tumors Dr. P. Clemente (Spain) Relapsing Lymphoma Dr. G. Couto (USA)

Lecture presented in Spanish (Simultaneous Translation into English)


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010



FRIDAY, 1 October 2010







Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 4B (Pavilion 5)

Room 16 (Pavilion 8)

Room 8 (Pavilion 5)



Dr. Angel Sainz

Dr. Andrew Sparkes

Dr. Tomás Fernández

Dr. Chiara Noli

Dr. Stuart Carmichael

Dr. Geraldine Diethelm

Dr. Philippe Moreau



Dr. Maruska Suarez

Dr. Bessant Claire

Dr. Francisco Laredo

Dr. Gustavo Machicote

Dr. Colin Burrows

Dr. Jorge Guerrero

Dr. Richard Nap


New Ideas in Client Service – Making Authentic Connections Ms. K. Gavzer (USA)

8.30 - 9.25

8.30 - 9.25

The Atypical Cushing’s Dog Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

Emergency Approach to Pleural Disease in Cats Dr. P. Padrid (USA)

9.30 - 10.25

The Atypical Addison’s Dog Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

GI Endoscopy in Cats: What Diseases Do We See? Dr. M. Leib (USA)

Monitoring the Anaesthetized Patient Dr. L. Campoy (USA)

Eosinophils Dermatitis in Dogs and Cats Dr. M. Bardagi (Spain)

Anaesthesia for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease Dr. L. Clark (UK)

Canine and Feline Viral Dermatoses Dr. C. Favrot (France)

Advances in Long Bone Fracture Management Dr. R. Boudrieau (USA)

How I Treat

Mandibular Fractures in the Dog Dr. R. Boudrieau (USA)

Reproductive Disorders of the Rabbit Dr. J. Paul-Murphy (USA)

How I Treat

Thymoma in a Rabbit Dr. J. Paul-Murphy (USA)

9.30 - 9.55

10.00 - 11.00

COFFEE BREAK 10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25

12.30 - 13.25


Removing the Confusion Associated with Various Insulin Products Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

Uveitis Dr. T. Peña (Spain)

Hypoglycaemia: Causes, Diagnosis and Treatment Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

What’s New in Feline Cardiology? Dr. C. Lombard (Switzerland)

Anaesthesia for Patients with Gastrointestinal Emergencies Dr. L. Clark (UK)

New Insights in the Diagnosis of Canine and Feline Atopic Dermatitis Dr. C. Favrot (France)

Anaesthesia for Trauma Patients Dr. F. Laredo (Spain)

Noninflammatory Alopecia in Dogs: Endocrine Versus Nonendocrine Dr. M. Bardagi (Spain)

Locking Plates: How to Use Them Dr. R. Boudrieau (USA)

Rabbit Urinary Tract Disorders Dr. J. Paul-Murphy (USA)

Compliance Mistakes Even the Best Practices Make Ms. K. Gavzer (USA)

11.00 - 11.55

Severely Comminuted Femoral Fractures Dr. R. Boudrieau (USA)

Urgent Care for the Small Mammal Dr. J. Paul-Murphy (USA)

Ideas, Strategies and Tips to Survive and Thrive in a Rough Economy Ms. K. Gavzer (USA)

12.00 - 12.55

13.00 - 14.30


13.30 - 15.00

15.00 - 15.55

16.00 - 16.55

Chronic Vomiting – Diagnostic Approach (Part I) Dr. M. Leib (USA)

Behaviour Dr. J. Bowen (UK)

Chronic Vomiting – Diagnostic Approach – (Part II) Dr. M. Leib (USA)

Drugs Used to Treat Cats with Respiratory Disease Dr. P. Padrid (USA)

17.00 - 18.00

18.00 - 18.25 18.30 - 18.55

Anaesthesia for Thoracic Surgery Dr. L. Clark (UK)

Work-up of Canine Alopecia Dr. C. Favrot (France)

Post-operative Care of Surgical Patients Dr. L. Clark (UK)

Allergen-Specific Immunotherapy: Maximize the Benefits in Atopic Pacients Dr. M. Bardagi (Spain)


How I Treat

How I Treat

Helicobacter Gastritis in Dogs Dr. M. Leib (USA) Diabetes Mellitus in the Dog Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

How I Treat

Corneal Sequestrum in Cats Dr. T. Peña (Spain)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Feline Mammary Hyperplasia Dr. S. Romagnoli (Italy)

How I Treat



Unstable Patients that Have to Go to Surgery Dr. L. Clark (UK) Pain in Critically Ill Patients Dr. L. Clark (UK)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Fleas and Other Parasites in 2010 Dr. C. Noli (Italy) Cutaneous Lupus and Other Autoimmune Diseases Dr. C. Noli (Italy)

Inflammatory Brain Disease Dr. R. LeCouteur (USA) Disorders of Micturition Dr. R. LeCouteur (USA)

Surgical Tooth Extraction Dr M. Smith (USA)

Repair of Oronasal Communication Dr. M. Smith (USA)

Keys to Improve Team Performance in the Veterinary Clinic Dr. B. Rama (Argentina)

14.30 - 15.25

Personalities and Diversity in the Clinic: How to Take Advantage of Differences? Dr. B. Rama (Argentina)

15.30 - 16.25


An Approach to the Diagnosis of Spinal Disease Dr. R. LeCouteur (USA)

How I Treat

Brain Tumours Dr. R. LeCouteur (USA)

Emergency Management of Tooth Trauma Dr. M. Smith (USA)

How I Treat

Feline Tooth Resorption Dr. M. Smith (USA)

16.30 - 17.30

Teamwork! Why it Works and What to Do When it Doesn’t Ms. K. Gavzer (USA)

17.30 - 18.25

Building and Coaching Teams Ms. K. Gavzer (USA)

18.30 - 18.55

All rooms have simultaneous translation to English and Spanish. - * Simultaneous Translation into Polish.

Lectures Presented in Spanish Lectures Presented in English


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010



SATURDAY, 2 October 2010







Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 16 (Pavilion 8)

Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

Room 8 (Pavilion 5)

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)



Dr. Marek Wojtacki

Dr. Juan Pablo Zaera

Dr. Ellen Bjerkaas

Dr. Cristina Fragio

Dr. Enrique Moya

Dr. Jaume Martorell

Dr. José Marin



Dr. Xavier Roura

Dr. Gilles Dupré

Dr. Alejandro Bayón

Dr. Isabelle Goy-Thollot

Dr. Lucia Arcos

Dr. Andrés Montesinos

Dr. Andreas Müller


8.30 - 9.25

Flea-associated Illness: Bartonellosis and Hemoplasmosis

Understanding Elbow Dysplasia Dr. N. Fitzpatrick (UK)

Dr. M. Lappin (USA)

9.30 - 10.25

Update on Feline Diarrhoea; Giardia, Tritrichomonas, Cryptosporidium and Isospora

Fractures Involving the Elbow Dr. N. Fitzpatrick (UK)

Dr. M. Lappin (USA)

Primary Glaucoma in Dogs and Cats: Etiology, Clinical Signs and Diagnosis Dr. B. Ekesten (Sweden)

Clinical Monitoring Tools: Why, When and How Dr. S. Hackner (USA) Intravenous Overload: A Regrettable Treatment Complication Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

Pleural Diseases: Diagnosis Dr. M. Schaer (USA) Pyothorax Dr. P. Lafuente (Spain) Chylothorax Dr. G. Dupré (Austria)

PD/ PU in Birds Dr. A. Montesinos (Spain)

Communication in the Reception and Waiting Zones Dr. P. Moreau (France)

8.30 - 9.25

Dystocia and Chronic Egg Laying in Companion Birds Dr. A. Montesinos (Spain)

Using the Internet for Communication Dr. P. Moreau (France)

9.30 - 9.55

How I Treat

10.00 - 11.00

COFFEE BREAK 10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25

12.30 - 13.25

Pleural diseases: Pneumothorax Dr. L. Findji (UK) Pleural cavity diseases: Role of Thoracoscopy Dr. G. Dupré (Austria)

Blood Gases and Acid Base Status in Companion Birds Dr. A. Montesinos (Spain)

Communication in the Examination Room Dr. D. Cloud (USA)

11.00 - 11.55

Diaphragmatic Hernia: the Key to Success Dr. G. Dupré (Austria)

Avian Ophthalmology Dr. A. Bayon (Spain)

Rechecks, Reminders, Recalls Dr. D. Cloud (USA)

12.00 - 12.55


Current Management Options for Elbow Dysplasia Dr. N. Fitzpatrick (UK)

Diagnosis and Treatment of Nasal Disease in Cats Dr. P. Padrid (USA) Laryngeal Disease, Brachycephalic Syndrome, Tracheal Collapse Dr. P. Padrid (USA)

Secondary Glaucoma in Dogs and Cats: Etiology, Clinical Signs and Diagnosis Dr. T. Peña (Spain)

Open Fractures: Do’s and Don’ts for Success Dr. J. Font (Spain)

Bulbar Emergencies Dr. D. Brooks (USA)

Critical Care Techniques in Small Exotic Mammals Dr. D. Mader (USA) Management of Pulmonary Thromboembolism Dr. S. Hackner (USA)

13.00 - 14.30

LUNCH BREAK 13.30 - 15.00



16.00 - 16.55

Fractures of the Radius and Ulna Dr. A. Chico (Spain)

Cardiac Biomarkers: What Should the Practitioner Know and What Is Coming? Dr. C. Lombard (Switzerland)

Secondary vs Primary Myocardial Disease (idiopathic DCM) in Dogs Dr. C. Lombard (Switzerland)

18.30 - 18.55

Eyelid Reconstructive Surgery Dr. D. Brooks (USA)

What’s new in Osteoarthritis Dr. S. Carmichael (UK)

17.00 - 18.00

18.00 - 18.25

Corneal Emergencies Dr. D. Brooks (USA)

Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation: An Update for the Clinician Dr. S. Hackner (USA) Plasma and Albumin Transfusions: Indications and Controversies Dr. S. Hackner (USA)

Liver Shunts Diagnosis Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

Liver Shunts Treatment Dr. P. Lafuente (Spain)

Skin Diseases in Reptiles Dr. D. Mader (USA)

Performance Analysis Dr. D. Cloud (USA)

Neurological Evaluation in Reptiles Dr. D. Mader (USA)

Ten Practice Tips You Can Take Home and Start Tomorrow Dr. D. Cloud (USA)


14.30 - 15.25

15.30 - 16.25

16.30 - 17.30


The Small Dog With a Heart Murmur How Dr. C. Lombard I Treat (Switzerland) The Severely Dyspnoeic Cat Dr. C. Lombard How I Treat (Switzerland)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Open Metacarpal/Metatarsal Fractures Dr. N. Fitzpatrick (UK) Ununited Anconeal Process Dr. S. Carmichael (UK)

How I Treat

How I Treat

Primary Glaucoma Dr. B. Ekesten (Sweden) Secondary Glaucoma Dr. T. Peña (Spain)

How I Treat

Tense Ascites Dr. M. Schaer (USA)

How I Treat

Pyothorax Dr. S. Hackner (USA)

Septic Peritonitis: Keys to Success Dr. L. Findji (UK)

How I Treat

Intestinal Obstruction Dr. P. Lafuente (Spain)

Gout in Reptiles Dr. D. Mader (USA)

How I Treat

Tail Damage in Iguanas Dr. D. Mader (USA)

What Do Your Clients Want? Dr. R. Nap (The Netherlands)

17.30 - 18.25

Planning Your Future Dr. R. Nap (The Netherlands)

18.30 - 18.55

All rooms have simultaneous translation to English and Spanish. - * Simultaneous Translation into Polish.

Lectures Presented in Spanish Lectures Presented in English


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010


SUNDAY, 3 October 2010






Room 14 (Pavilion 8)

Room 16 (Pavilion 8)

Room 15 (Pavilion 8)

Room 6 (Pavilion 5)

Room 7 (Pavilion 5)

Room 5 (Pavilion 5)


Dr. Josep Mª Closa

Dr. Ignacio Álvarez

Dr. Héctor Casas

Dr. Amalia Agut

Dr. Ignacio Menes

Dr. Angel Rodriguez Peña

The “Other” Anaesthesia: Basics of the Nerve Blocks Dr. L. Campoy (USA)

Metabolite Profiling of Behavioural Disorders Dr. J. Bowen (UK)

Thoracic and Abdominal Trauma – The Use of Radiography Dr. J. Lang (Switzerland)

Prevention and Management of Feline Upper Respiration Disease Dr. M. Lappin (USA)

Busy, Busy, Busy: What About Your Time Management? Dr. R. Nap (The Netherlands)

Can I Do a Femoral Head Osteotomy Without General Anaesthesia? Dr. L. Campoy (USA)

Neurologic Disease and Behaviour Dr. J. Bowen (UK)

Thoracic and Abdominal Emergencies – The Use of Computed Tomography Dr. G. Seiler (USA)

Canine and Feline Bronchial Disease Including Use of Inhaled Medications Dr. P. Padrid (USA)

What Business Are You In? Dr. R. Nap (The Netherlands)

Canine and Feline Bronchial Disease Including Use of Inhaled Medications Dr. P. Padrid (USA)

Offering or Selling? Dr. R. Nap (The Netherlands)

8.30 - 9.25

9.30 - 10.25

Interactive Session on Wound Dressing and Wound Closure Dr. G. Dupré (Austria) Dr. L. Findji (UK)


10.30 - 11.30

11.30 - 12.25

12.30 - 13.25



Interactive Session on Wound Dressing and Wound Closure Dr. G. Dupré (Austria) Dr. L. Findji (UK)

Can I Operate on a Knee Without General Anaesthesia? Femoral and Sciatic Nerve Blocks Dr. L. Campoy (USA)

Welfare in Shelter Dogs: Behavioural Indicators and Effects on Parasite Prevalence Dr. A. Ortuño (Spain)

Radiography, CT and MRI in the Management of Dogs and Cats with Spinal Trauma Dr. F. Llabres (UK)

Can I Operate on a Shoulder or an Elbow Without Opioids? Brachial Plexus Block Dr. L. Campoy (USA)

The Interplay Between Pain and Behaviour Dr. S. Heath (UK)

Radiography, CT and MRI in the Management of Dogs and Cats with Head Trauma Dr. J. Lang (Switzerland)

Lecture presented in English (Simultaneous Translation into Spanish)


Anaemia in the Dog Dr. G. Couto (USA)

Lecture presented in Spanish (Simultaneous Translation into English)

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The SEVC Practice Management Programme is included within the SEVC Scientific Programme. It is the most extensive Practice Management Programme held in a Veterinary Congress in Europe. . Two and a half days of Programme. · Speakers from all over the world. · Simultaneous translation to English and Spanish.

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Leadership in the Veterinary Clinic Dr. B. Rama (Argentina) *Simultaneous Translation into Polish

BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

SEVC INTERNATIONAL NURSING PROGRAMME The SEVC International Nursing Programme has become one of the largest, most comprehensive programmes in Europe. More than 250 nurses from all over the world come every year to hear two and a half days of lectures and seminars on the latest developments in veterinary nursing. Registration includes: Two and a half days of lectures Simultaneous translation into English Free entrance to the Exhibit Hall Coffees and luncheons Invitation to the Grand SEVC Fiesta!

FRIDAY, 1 October

SATURDAY, 2 October

SUNDAY, 3 October


Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)

Room 3 (Pavilion 5)



Dr. Enrique Barreneche

Dr. Isabel Centero

Dr. Marc Sánchez Grau



Dr. Albert Lloret

Dr. Javier Engel

8.30 - 9.25

Anaesthesia Preparation and Monitoring

Feline Hyperthyroidism, What is This?

L. Monsey (UK)

J. Engel (Spain)

Anaesthetic Emergencies

9.30 - 9.55

L. Monsey (UK)

10.00 - 11.00

Nursing the Geriatric Cat J. Cory (UK)

How I Treat


Neurological Conditions in Dogs J. Cory (UK)

8.30 - 9.25

Veterinary Nursing Ethical Dilemas J.F. Capacés (Spain)

9.30 - 10.25


10.30 - 11.30

Feline Ethology: Understanding the Cat

11.30 - 12.25

Canine Aggression: What Do We Need to Know as Technicians?

12.25 - 13.30


Anaesthesia for Your Other Patients

11.00 - 11.55

12.00 - 12.55

A. Montesinos (Spain)

Facts We Should Know About Renal Problems in Cats J. Engel (Spain)

Questions and Answers About Oncology Every Nurse Should Know P. Clemente (Spain)

Facts We Should Know About Renal Problems in Dogs J. Engel (Spain)

J. Cory (UK)

J. Cory (UK)

13.00 - 14.30

LUNCH BREAK All rooms have simultaneous translation to English and Spanish.

14.30 - 15.25

Concepts in Canine Cardiology L. García (Spain)

Diagnostic Techniques in Small Animal Dermatology M. Bardagí (Spain)

15.30 - 16.25

Concepts in Feline Cardiology L. García (Spain)

Facing Euthanasia by Veterinary Nurses J.F. Capacés (Spain)

16.30 - 17.30


17.30 - 18.25

18.30 - 18.55

How I Treat

Veterinary Team and Client Relations: The Perfect Consult E. Barreneche (Spain)

Nutrition for the Critically Ill Patient L. Monsey (UK)

Difficult Relations with Clients and How to Manage Their Complaints E. Barreneche (Spain)

Most Common Techniques for Critically ill Patients L. Monsey (UK)

Lectures Presented in Spanish

Lectures Presented in English



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

CASE DISCUSSIONS WITH AN EXPERT For three years, Case Discussions with an Expert have been a popular, unique feature of the SEVC that give conference delegates the opportunity to participate in small groups in case-oriented discussions led by experts who lecture in both Spanish and English. Registration is limited to 15 per lecture. No simultaneous translation is provided.

Dr. S. Romagnoli Universidad de Padova (Italy) Challenges in Female Infertility (Bitch and Queen) and Canine Prostatic Disease Friday,1 October, 11.30 - 13.30h ROOM 2 (Pavilion 5)

Dr. G. Couto Universidad de Ohio (USA) Treating Cancer in your Clinic; A Practical Guide Friday,1 October, 15.00 - 17.00h ROOM 2 (Pavilion 5)

Posters Presentation! Friday, 1 October, 19.00-19.45h.

Fira - Pavilion 8 Come ask the authors about their research! All poster authors are asked to be present to answer all your questions while you enjoy a glass of Spanish wine!

¡Winning Posters Conferences!

Sunday, 3 October, 10.30-11.30h.

Fira - Pavilion 8 (Show room) Authors of the winning posters will give short presentations about their Research Abstracts during the coffee break on Sunday morning.

Dr. M. Bardagí Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona

(Spain) Case Challenges in Dermatology Saturday, 2 October, 11.30 - 13.30h ROOM 2 (Pavilion 5)

Dr. F. Llabrés-Díaz Davies Veterinary Specialists (UK) From Portosystemic Shunts to Oncological Imaging: Enhance your radiological Skills- A Step by Step Practical Guide Saturday, 2 October, 15.00 - 17.00h ROOM 2 (Pavilion 5)

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BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

RESEARCH ABSTRACTS / POSTERS ANESTESIA - ANAESTHESIA 53 – Evaluation of the effects of anesthesia with propofol, thiopental and xylazyne hcl ketamine hcl on common carotid artery, aortic root, abdominal aorta, renal hemodynamics by doppler ultrasonography in. Mahir Kaya. 90 – Comparison of the anesthetics sevoflurane and isoflurane in rabbits. Inês Moutinho. 108 – Bloqueo ecoguiado de los nervios ciático y femoral como método de analgesia en un perro sometido a triple osteotomía tibial. Diego Fernando Echeverry Bonilla. 142 – Cutaneous reaction after intravenous administration of medetomidine: a case report. Jaime Viscasillas. 143 – Effects of total interavenous anesthesia with propofol on serum glucose, triglycerides and cholestrol concentrations in dogs. Mehdi Marjani. 145 – Comparison of intravenous and intraosseous anesthesia in cats. Mehdi Marjani. CARDIOLOGÍA - CARDIOLOGY 3 – Heart rate turbulence in healthy boxer dogs. Noszczyk Nowak Agnieszka. 4 – Heart rate turbulence in boxer dogs with dilated cardiomiopathy. Noszczyk Nowak Agnieszka. 37 – Resolución simultánea de estenosis pulmonar y conducto arterioso persistente en un perro mediante valvuloplastia con balon y acdo®. Marco Rametta. CIRUGÍA - SURGERY 11 – A new self expandable bioabsorbable polydioxanone (pds) airway stent: an evaluation of delivery and deployment in rabbits. Michal Crha. 26 – Comparative evaluation of conventional and transvaginal laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy in dogs. Jalal Bakhtiari. 28 – Resección mediante laser diodo guiado por endoscopia transanal de un adenocarcinoma colorrectal en un perro. Ares Burballa. 39 – Uso de la litotricia electrohidraulica o laser para la fragmentación de calculos uretrales y vesicales en 12 perros. Ares Burballa. 55 – Neo uretrostomia como tratamiento de la rotura uretral distal en una perra. Juana Dolores Carrillo Sanchez. 120 – Hemangiosarcoma cutáneo atípico en un mastín español de 6 meses de edad. Juan Morgaz Rodríguez. 134 – Atresia anal y fístula rectovaginal en una pitbull de 1 mes. Uso de la fístula en la reconstrucción. Laura Santos Benito. 141 – Resección intestinal y anastomosis termino terminal con suturas mecánicas, en un adenocarcinoma intestinal. C. Díaz Bertrana. 174 – Evaluación biológica de un nuevo bioadhesivo quirúrgico para uso médico y veterinario. Francisco José Martínez García. 176 – Cierre de heridas cutáneas en conejo con nuevo bioadhesivo bicomponente en base cianoacrilato vs sutura tradicional. Rafael Torregrosa Coque. CUIDADOS INTENSIVOS - INTENSIVE CARE 46 – Utilización de diltiazem en 59 enfermos renales:

estudio retrospectivo. Miquel Laporta Pastor. 88 – Estudio retrospectivo de 18 perros con pancreatitis aguda (marzo 2008 – diciembre 2009). Mireia Riba Ferrer. 102 – Fallo renal agudo grave secundaria a golpe de calor. Ángela Larroda Asorey. DERMATOLOGÍA - DERMATOLOGY 18 – Tricolemoma felino: nueva localización. Núria Gallifa Costa. 80 – Serological allergy tests and allergen specific immunotherapy (asit) for dogs and cats. Regina Wagner. 151 – Dermatitis ulcerativa facial severa por herpesvirus –1 felino con destrucción del tabique nasal. Jorge Castro López. 154 – Dermatitis eosinofílica, eosinofília y colitis hemorrágica en un labrador retriever. Mireia Palau Juárez. 171 – Lesiones granulomatosas en la mucosa oral y lengua y multiples nódulos cutáneos en un gato causado por leishmania infantum. Amparo Ortuñez Navarro. DIAGNÓSTICO POR IMAGEN - DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING 54 – Signos radiográficos vs signos ecográficos en el diagnostico de la obstrucción intestinal en pequeños animales. Agustina Ansón Fernández. 69 – Anatomía ecográfica de la articulación del codo en la especie canina. Aquilino Villamonte Chevalier. 79 – Abordajes ecográficos del nervio ciático para su aplicación en la anestesia regional ecoguiada en la especie felina. Paulina Haro. 89 – Diagnostic value of mri in dogs with inflammatory nasal disease. Rita Furtado. 106 – Dysplasia of the caudal vertebral articular process in a dog: radiographic and magnetic resonance imaging findings. Nathaniel Harran. 126 – Nueva técnica para el diagnóstico de las comunicaciones portosistémicas: inyección intraesplénica ecoguiada de suero salino agitado con sangre heparinizada. Pablo Gomez Ochoa. ENDOCRINOLOGÍA - ENDOCRINOLOGY 5 – Un caso de acromegalia felina. Coralie Bertolani Fournier. 7 – Treatment of primary hyperparathyroidism in a dog with ultrasound guided heat ablation. Coralie Bertolani Fournier. 47 – Megaesophagus associated with hypothyroidism in a dog. Federico Fracassi. 83 – Hiperadrenocorticismo atípico, una nueva presentación de cushing. Jorge Castro López. 84 – Hipoadrenocorticismo canino: revisión 11 casos clínicos. Laura Rodríguez Vázquez. 100 – Obstrucción biliar secundaria a un mucocele de la vesícula biliar en un perro hipotiroideo. Cristina Toscano. 111 – Estudio clínico y de supervivencia de tumores adrenales en la especie canina. Carolina Arenas Bermejo 123 – Diabetes mellitus juvenil en un perro. Marta Pèlach de Ribot. 130 – Hiperparatiroidismo primario en un gato. Diego Esteban Saltiveri.

sangre. Luis Miguel Viñals Flórez. ENFERMEDADES INFECCIOSAS - INFECTIOUS DISEASES 6 – Leptospirosis: dos presentaciones clínicas de una misma enfermedad. Coralie Bertolani Fournier. 10 – Eficacia de maxivac frente a la parvovirosis canina causada por la cepa cpv 2c, en perros de 6 semanas de edad. Joan Ferrer Hernández. 63 – Infección por bartonella koehlerae en un perro con endocarditis bacteriana y hemangiosarcoma cutáneo. Maria Dolores Tabar. 87 – Leishmaniosis canina: las claves de la pcr cuantitativa en tiempo real. Verónica Martínez Díaz. 107 – Hemorragia pulmonar en un perro con leptospirosis. Cristina Font Nonell. 146 – Predisposición genética al desarrollo de leishmaniasis en razas caninas. Javier Quilez. 155 – Aelurostrongylus abstrusus infection complicated by toxoplasma gondii in a kitten. Sara Ravicini.

MEDICINA - MEDICINE 48 – Mucocele biliar. Pedro Manuel García Ortells. 78 – Aelurostrongylus abstrusus en una gata europea. Ignasi Lloveras Verdaguer. 96 – Coexistencia del virus del moquillo canino y leishmaniosis en un caso clínico de infección sistémica en un perro. Pilar Hernández. 104 – Pólipo inflamatorio orofaríngeo en un gato. Carolina Orellana Rosell. 113 – Absceso esplénico causado por staphylococcus pseudointermedius en un cocker spaniel. Marc Cutrina Gallart. 129 – Nesidioblastosis adulta canina. MªCarmen Luna. 167 – Estudio retrospectivo de 27 perros con poliartritis immunomediada (2007 – 2010). Héctor Hernando. 168 – Hipercalcemia por dieta comercial con exceso de vitamina d, dos casos clínicos. Aina Nadal Llodrà.

ENFERMEDADES RESPIRATORIAS RESPIRATORY DISEASES 136 – Fibrosis pulmonar idiopática en un perro de raza bull terrier. Ambra Antinozzi.

NEFROLOGÍA Y UROLOGÍA - NEPHROLOGY 160 – Obstrucción ureteral por hematuria secundaria a pielonefritis; a propósito de dos casos clínicos. Prado Cebrián.

FARMACOLOGÍA - PHARMACOLOGY 61 – Efectos de la doxiciclina sobre el sistema inmnunitario del perro. Alejandra Villaescusa Fernández.

NEUROLOGÍA - NEUROLOGY 51 – Nefoblastoma medular intramedular. Fernando Pantoja Sanchez. 92 – Miastenia gravis generalizada fulminante en un shih tzu. Alfredo Recio Caride. 112 – Síndrome de la fosa media craneal en un gato. Rocio Saiz Alvarez. 140 – Cervical spinal cord cystic meningioma mimicking a subarachnoid cyst in a dog. Xavier Cornet. 153 – Tumor maligno de vaina nerviosa de nervios craneales VII y VIII en perro. Carlos Ros Alemany.

GASTROENTEROLOGÍA - GASTROENTEROLOGY 36 – Obstrucción pilórica congénita en un bulldog francés de seis meses causada por un pólipo de mucosa hiperplástico. Marco Rametta. 42 – Successful treatment of chylous ascites in a dog with nutrition management and octreotide. Paolo Silvestrini. 43 – Serum ftli and fpli concentrations in the diagnosis of exocrine pancreatic insufficiency in a cat with concurrent chronic pancreatitis and inflammatory bowel disease. Rodolfo Leal. 45 – Enfermedad inflamatoria crónica intestinal (ibd) con hipoproteinemia y ascitis en el perro: 14 casos clínicos. Fernando Rodríguez Franco. 52 – Alteraciones respiratorias y digestivas en perros de raza bulldog francés: 5 casos clínicos, Mercedes García Sancho. 75 – Estudio de prevalencia de esófago redundante en la raza bulldog francés. Amaia Unzueta Galarza. HEMATOLOGÍA - HAEMATOLOGY 66 – Características hematológicas de galgos españoles utilizando un dispositivo diagnóstico. Nicolette Bertolone. 97 – Seroprevalencia de hemoparasitos en una población de galgo español para su uso como donantes de sangre. Luis Miguel Viñals Flórez. 98 – Determinación del grupo sanguíneo dog erythrocyte antigen (d.e.a 1.1) en galgo español para su uso como donante de sangre. María del Rosario Perlado Chamizo. 137 – Determinación del grupo sanguíneo en la raza gato común europeo para su uso como donante de

NUTRICIÓN - NUTRITION 85 – Estudio retrospectivo sobre la utilización de técnicas de soporte nutricional en pacientes críticos: 28 casos (2008 – 2009). Gemma Irastorza. OFTALMOLOGÍA - OPHTALMOLOGY 71 – Evaluation of use of topical corticosteroid in management of corneal alkali burn ulcers in rabbits. Seyed Javid Aldavood. 116 – Adenocarcinoma de la glándula lacrimal accesoria de la membrana nictitante en un perro con sospecha de extensión retrobulbar. Edgar Serra. 125 – Modelo experimental para producir neovascularización en la córnea de los conejos: suturas corneales intraestromales. Luca Gradilone. 128 – Microfaquia asociada a membrana pupilar persistente y subluxación de cristalino en un shar pei. Alejandro Bayón del Río. 133 – Iridectomía sectorial en tumores de úvea anterior en el perro. Ariadna Ribas Latre. 139 – Effects of topical 0.1% tropicamide on intraocular pressure in clinically normal guinea pigs. Masoud Selk Ghaffari. 158 – Diagnóstico por imagen linfoma retroorbitario feline. Elena Sánchez Requena.

ONCOLOGÍA - ONCOLOGY 114 – Características clínicas e histopatológicas de los tumores cartilaginosos de laringe t tráquea en el perro: estudio retrospectivo 1995 – 2009. Gustavo A. Ramírez Rivero. 122 – Quemodectoma con metástasis de los nódulos linfáticos, en un perro “gos d'atura català” de 12 años. Meritxell Moral Solés. 148 – Remisión completa de adenomas de glándulas perianales tratados con tamoxifeno. Pachi Clemente Vicario. OTROS ANIMALES DE COMPAÑÍA - OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS 22 – A case of myasthenia gravis in a ferret (mustela putorius). Minh Huynh. 23 – Ruptured gallbladder in a ferret (mustela putorius). Minh Huynh. 64 – Resonancia magnética en una jineta (genetta genetta) con traumatismo craneo encefálico. Roger Domingo Ollé. 101 – Carcinoma cutáneo infiltrativo con diferenciación escamosa en un perrito de las praderas (cynomys ludovicianus) y en una ardilla de richardson (spermophilus richardsonii). Beatriz García González. 117 – Squamous cell carcinoma in a peregrine falcon (falco peregrinus). Núria Fernàndez Salesa. 162 – Seborrea seca primaria en un erizo africano (atelerix albiventris). Jaime Martorell. 172 – Lobectomía hepática en un hurón (mustela putorius furo). Andreu Riera Tort. REPRODUCCIÓN - REPRODUCTION 8 – Influence of graft site and gonadotrophins on follicular development of canine ovarian grafts transplanted to nod scid mice: inference for canine ovarian xenograft. Mohammed Abdel. 9 – Effect of bovine cumulus oocyte complexes conditioned medium on in vitro maturation of canine oocytes. Mohammed Abdel. 82 – Modulación de la flora vaginal mediante lactobacillus spp. Oral. Nuria Sanchez Alzuria. 169 – Surgical uterine biopsies for the diagnosis of infertility in the bitch. Fernando Mir. 170 – A new technique for oestrus induction in anoestrous bitches of various breeds using subcutaneous deslorelin implants (suprelorin®). Emanuel Fontaine. TRAUMATOLOGÍA - ORTHOPAEDICS 62 – Von willebrand heterotopic osteochondrofibrosis in a staffordshire bull terrier. Jose Alberto. 95 – Congenital genu recurvatum in a cat. Joel Alves. 103 – Modification technique of tibial tuberosity avulsion fracture repair in dog: clinical case. Ksenija Ilievska. 124 – Reducción y fijación quirúrgica de la luxación lateral de codo en un hurón (mustela putorius furo). Eulàlia Roca Burón.



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

SEVC WORKSHOPS ENHANCE YOUR PRACTICE SKILLS! The SEVC’s workshops are another unique feature that enable delegates to gain hands-on lab experience and learn new techniques by working in small groups (no more than 20) with world-class instructors using the latest equipment on the market. The workshops will be presented in English, but instructors will provide assistance with other languages. Registration for the workshops does not require registration for the SEVC Scientific Programme. Workshops take place at the Veterinary School (shuttle buses will be provided) and at the Congress Venue.

SHUTTLE SERVICE TO UAB: Buses will run from the SEVC Venue (Fira de Barcelona, in front of Pavilion 5) to the UAB, Veterinary School (Bellaterra) and return. Buses are for vets registered for the labs taking place in the UAB building only. The trip from the SEVC Venue to UAB takes 1hour. Wednesday, 30 September: “The “other” anaesthesia: Advanced loco-regional anaesthesia for peripheral nerve blocks” . Fira de Barcelona -> UAB : 9.30h . UAB -> Fira de Barcelona: 18.45h Thursday, 1 October: “Surgical procedures in turtles and tortoises” . Fira de Barcelona -> UAB : 9.45h . UAB -> Fira de Barcelona: 14.45h

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BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October 2010

THE "OTHER" ANAESTHESIA: ADVANCED LOCO-REGIONAL ANAESTHESIA FOR PERIPHERAL NERVE BLOCKS Learn a new and easy procedure to add to your pain management skills! Experts will demonstrate peripheral nerve blocks on live animals and then give you the opportunity to practise yourself. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. L. Campoy, Dr. F. Laredo, Dr. I. Alvarez DATE: Wednesday, 29 September, 10.30 - 18.30h VENUE: UAB - Vet School PRICE: 600€ (500€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme) All veterinarians should be able to offer peripheral nerve blockade, a relatively new technique that has many advantages over traditional pain management and significantly improves the ability to manage pain in companion animal patients. This lab will allow participants to become familiar with the equipment and gain the knowledge and skills needed to perform a successful peripheral nerve block. After demonstration by the experts delegates will perform brachial plexus, psoas compartment, and femoral and sciatic nerve blocks in anaesthetized pigs with both electrolocation and ultrasound techniques. Participants will then use dog cadavers to practise landmark location, patient preparation and positioning, and approaches and acceptable end-points for both techniques.

Don’t miss this opportunity! Register at the “Registration Desks” (Pavilion 5)

SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN TURTLES AND TORTOISES Practise common surgical procedures on turtle and tortoise cadavers, under the guidance of world experts, and become confident in your surgical skills! INSTRUCTORS: Dr. D. Mader, Dr. J. Paul-Murphy, Dr. A Montesinos, Dr. A. Martínez DATE: Thursday, 30 September, 10.30 - 14.30h VENUE: UAB - Vet School PRICE: 250€ (200€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme) Participants will work in pairs to master the most common surgical procedures on turtles and tortoises, including plastronotomy for internal procedures such as spay, castration, cystotomy and enterotomy, coeliotomy-soft tissue approach, feeding tube placement, intravenous jugular placement, cloacopexy and amputation. The procedures will be demonstrated on live animals and then performed by participants on cadavers. At the completion of the lab, participants will be confident about performing these procedures at their clinic.




BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October 2010



Put your microscope to use! Learn how to make a diagnosis from blood smears by recognizing significant morphologic changes in a wide variety of blood-smear slides. A practical and interactive lab.

Learn how to successfully manage dogs and cats in common stressful situations. This hands-on lab with live dogs will teach many useful tips to enhance animal handling safety in your practice.

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J Pastor, Dr. G Couto DATE: Thursday, 30 September, 8.30 -12.30h VENUE: FIRA - SEVC Venue PRICE: 200€ (150€ if you have also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J. Fatjo , Dr. J. Bowen DATE: Saturday, 2 October, 14.00 - 18.00h VENUE: FIRA - SEVC Venue PRICE: 150€ (80€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

Participants will learn how to read blood-smear preparations and obtain clinically useful information in small animals. After a short presentation of clinical cases showing how blood smears can provide additional diagnostic information, participants will observe preparations individually through microscopes and learn how to make definitive diagnoses. When they have completed the lab, participants will be able to recognize the different cell types commonly encountered in blood smears and to identify pathologic changes, frequently occurring toxic changes, and infectious diseases of red blood cells, leukocytes and platelets.

This lab will teach clinicians how to manage the most common stressful situations in dogs and cats, including behaviour modification techniques to prevent stress reactions; products that will reduce stress in dogs and cats; and crating and building safe areas. You will also learn how to handle dogs and cats in specific situations including during physical examination, hospitalization, car travel, and grooming. Managing changes in social strucure and separation anxiety will also be covered. Experts will teach the behaviour modification techniques to small groups and participants will practise on live animals. To teach procedures that are likely to cause significant stress to the animals, participants will learn from videos.

CYTOLOGY PACKAGE! Blood Smears... + Cytology...

250€ (Package available only if you also register for the SEVC Scientific Programme)

EVERYTHING YOU ALWAYS WANTED TO KNOW ABOUT CYTOLOGY, BUT WERE AFRAID TO ASK! Master the fundamentals of cytology and learn to make microscopic diagnoses in your practice! In this practical and interactive lab, participants will learn from a wide variety of cytological slides, from inflammation to neoplasia. INSTRUCTORS: Dr. G Couto, Dr. J Pastor DATE: Thursday, 30 September, 13.30 -17.30h VENUE: FIRA - SEVC Venue PRICE: 200€ (150€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

This course will familiarize participants with microscopic interpretation of cytologic specimens from a wide range of tissues and to differentiate inflammation from neoplasia, as well as the specific types of neoplasia. Participants will be allocated their own microscope to review cases first individually and then collectively using a videomicroscope. Brief presentations will be made prior to each group of cases so that participants can identify pathologic changes on the teaching slides. Each participant will receive individual attention from the instructors during this interactive lab.

RADIOLOGY PACKAGE! Pulmonary Patterns: Do They Help? + Challenging Cases in Thoracic Radiology


130€ (Package available only if you also register for the

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

SEVC Scientific Programme)

INSTRUCTORS: Dr. A. Agut, dr. G. Seiler, Dr. F. Llabrés, Dr. Y. Espada DATE: Thursday, 30 September, 14.30 - 18.30h VENUE: FIRA - SEVC Venue PRICE: 350€ (250€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme) This practical class with live dogs will teach participants basic abdominal ultrasonographic skills and ultrasound anatomy, with guidance and feedback from experts. Participants will work in groups of four and rotate through different stations where instructors will demonstrate and lead participants through imaging of the major abdominal organs in dogs. After completion of the lab, participants will have mastered ultrasonic imaging of the liver and spleen, the left kidney and left adrenal gland, the pancreas and right adrenal gland, the intestine, mesenteric lymph nodes, the bladder, prostate, medial iliac lymph nodes, uterus, ovaries and the right intercostal approach to the liver and right kidney.

PULMONARY PATTERNS: DO THEY HELP? Make sense of pulmonary patterns, learn how to recognize them in context and use them to develop a ranking of differential diagnoses, and practise your x-ray interpretation skills! INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J. Lang, Dr. G. Seiler, Dr. F. Llabrés DATE: Saturday, 2 October, 10.30 - 12.30h VENUE: FIRA - SEVC Venue PRICE: 150€ (80€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme)

In this practical film-reading class, participants will learn to interpret pulmonary patterns to determine the location, severity, and distribution of pathology of the thoracic cavity. Participants will practise their radiographic interpretation skills with guidance and feedback from experts. At the completion of the lab, participants will have a clearer understanding of this vital aspect of radiographic examination.

CHALLENGING CASES IN THORACIC RADIOLOGY An opportunity to master a very useful tool! Working in small groups, you will practise thoracic radiology under the guidance of specialists that will improve your interpretation skills. (Please note that pulmonary patterns will be taught in a separate lab.). INSTRUCTORS: Dr. J. Lang, Dr. G. Seiler, Dr. F. Llabrés DATE: Friday, 1 October, 10.30 - 12.30h VENUE: FIRA - SEVC Venue PRICE: 150€ (80€ if you are also registered in the SEVC Scientific Programme) This class offers participants the opportunity to practise their radiographic interpretation skills of complex pathologies under the guidance of experts. Participants will examine radiographs from patients and master a systematic approach to animals with suspected thoracic pathology; understand which projections are helpful in certain clinical situations; and learn how to take radiographs without harming the animal. Using this case-based approach, the principles of interpreting thoracic radiographs and the potential and limitations of radiography in thoracic disease will be explained. On completion of this lab, participants will have a clearer understanding of the concepts of radiographic examination and the appearance of thoracic pathologies such as cardiac enlargement, pleural effusion and pneumothorax. (Please note that pulmonary patterns will be taught in a separate lab.)


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

¡Free entrance for veterinarians!

¡EXHIBITION HALL! The SEVC provides an unrivalled opportunity for its delegates to learn the latest veterinary techniques and developments from expert lecturers; to network with colleagues in an international atmosphere; and to attend the Exhibition Hall that features more than 100 leading companion animal veterinary companies showcasing innovative products and services.

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BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

Cyber Corner!

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

SEVC Show Room!

Attend symposia and presentations from companies and institutions. Learn the latest veterinary techniques and developments from experts and the most recent projects in the veterinary field. Learn how you use new equipment and products. FRIDAY, 1 October

SATURDAY, 2 October

SUNDAY, 3 October

8.30 - 9.00 9.00 - 9.30 9.30 - 10.00 10.00 - 10.30

Coffees and Lunches!

Attendees can enjoy complimentary coffee all day at the SEVC Exhibition Hall. Also, delegates will be given lunch vouchers to be exchanged at catering points.

10.30 - 11.00

“Blue Dog” Project Presentation Ray Butcher - Tiny de Kuster (BLUE DOG)


Presentation of the Wining SEVC 2010 Abstract Researchs

11.00 - 11.30

Vetgenomics: Diagnóstico genético en animales de compañía Armand Sanchez - Olga Francino (VETGENOMICS)


Presentation of the Wining SEVC 2010 Abstract Researchs

11.30 - 12.00

Antonio Rodriguez Gonzales (CUNIPIC)

Aplicaciones de la cirugía láser Juan Antonio Garrido (BBRAUN VETCARE)

12.00 - 12.30

Dr. Brian Pryor (MICROBEAM)

12.30 - 13.00 La telemedicina como herramienta de trabajo Dra. Amalia Agut y Dr. Josep Pastor (TELEVETDIAGNOSTICS)

13.00 - 13.30 13.30 - 14.00

Nuevos productos y materiales para el cuidado y el tratamiento de animales de compañia Dr. Sergio Sarmiento Valiente (MASCOTASANA)

Radiología digital Indirecta en la clínica de animales de compañía (DISTRIVET)

14.00 - 14.30 14.30 - 15.00

Cirugía láser: La gran oportunidad Miguel Angel Díaz Sánchez (SCIL)

15.00 - 15.30

Aportacio d'aminoacids essencials en una barreta de Twig Twist Ester Vaqué (QUALILLET)

15.30 - 16.00

La activación molecular enfocada al animal de compañía CATALYSIS

16.00 - 16.30

Poster Area!

16.30 - 17.00

Bioadhesives for wound closure, as alternative to sutures Manuel Martínez (ADHVET)

Cómo hacer en la clínica un mailing profesional para la campaña de Leishmania en 20 minutos Luis Franco y/o José Miguel Medel (GRUPO ASIS - ARGOS)

17.00 - 17.30

Friday, 1 October, 19.00h Ask the authors about their research while enjoying a glass of wine.

Nuevas Tecnologías en la Clínica Veterinaria (VeteriLach) Victor Bronchales (SELACH SOLUCIONES)

17.30 - 18.00

Presentación nuevo producto Promax Huw Stacey (VETPLUS)

Sesión informativa acerca del Ensayo HIPDOG sobre displasia de cadera Dr. Armand Sánchez Bonastre (BIOIBERICA)

18.00 - 18.30

Presentación de Laboklin Dr. Miguel Galián Jimenez (LABOKLIN)

Casos Clínicos en Dermatología Gloria Pol (VETNOVA SALUD SL)

18.30 - 19.00

Diagnostico y tratamientos actuales del ojo seco Dr. Simó Domenech (LCA)


All rooms have simultaneous translation to English and Spanish. Lectures Presented in Spanish

Lectures Presented in English



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

PARTNERS AND EXHIBITORS LIST 3M ESPAÑA Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena , 19 – 25 Madrid - CP: 28027 - SPAIN Tel: +34 913216000 - Fax: +34 913216594 email: - website: Vetrap, Equisport. Tapes and First aid dressings: Micropore, Transpore, Durapore, Medipore, Tegaderm, Tegaderm Pad , Medipore Pad, Wound Healing dressings Tegaderm. Protective Collars:3M . Wound closure: Precise Staplers, Steri-Strip, Vetbond. Immobilization systems: Vetcast, SoftCast. Sterilization products: Steri-Dual, Attest. Surgical drapes: Steri-Drape, Ioban . Gowns and Masks: 3M. Stethoscopes: 3M Littmann. ***NEW…..Electronic Scope Littmann e-3200*** Pet care products: 3M Mascotas. ADHVET PI Carrus. Ronda Vall d'Uxó 125, nave 15 Elche - Alicante- CP: 3206 - SPAIN Tel: +34 966182783 - Fax: +34 966536028 email: - website: Adhvet is a technology based company engaged with the research, development and manufacturing of veterinary flexible bioadhesives as alternative to sutures in wound closure. ADVISORY BOARD ON CAT DISEASES (ABCD) by Merial Hospital Clínic Veterinari, Facultat de Veterinària UAB Bellaterra - Barcelona - SPAIN email: - website: The ABCD was set up to compile guidelines for the prevention and management of major feline infectious diseeases in Europe, based on current scienti c knowledge. So far the board has edited complete guidelines and provided fact sheets for quick use in practice. AFFINITY PETCARE Pl. Xavier Cugat, 2 Ed. D, Pl.3 St. Cugat del Vallés - Barcelona- CP: 8174 - SPAIN Tel: +34 934927000 - Fax: +34 934927001 email: website: Founded in Spain in 1963, Affinity is the first pet food manufacturer in Spain. For 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. ALERGOVETBBRAUN VETCARE Luis Cabrera 92 Madrid - Madrid - CP: 28002 - SPAIN Tel: +34 914134472 - Fax: +34 915193397

email: - website: 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. ALMAPHARMA Heisinger Str. 44 Kempten - CP: 87437 - GERMANY Tel: +49 831575320 - Fax: email: - website: Almapharm es una empresa privada mediana radicada en el sur de Alemania. El portafolio incluye productos para el cuidado animal, farmacéuticos y productos especiales para alimentación de animales, fundamentalmente perros, gatos, caballos y ganado. Investigación y desarrollo, fabricación y distribución; en almapharm todo se gestiona desde la misma fuente: almapharm ALVO ANIMAL Poludniowa 21 A Smigiel - CP: 64 - POLAND Tel: +48 655189849 - Fax: +48 655189856 email: - website: ALVO Animal manufactures stainless steel products for veterinary clinics: - operating tables, examination tables washing tables - rehabilitation baths - cages - additional equipment such as sinks, cabinets, trolleys, etc. ASOCIACIÓN ANAVET C/Maestro Ripoll, 8 Madrid - Madrid- CP: 28006 - SPAIN email: website: Realizamos jornadas de formación especializadas y actividades para auxiliares veterinarios,participación en todos los congresos del sector veterinario,colaboraciones y acuerdos con distintas casas comerciales. AT VETERINARY SYSTEMS LIMITED Elmtree Business Park, Elmswell Bury St Edmunds - CP: 0 - UNITED KINGDOM Tel: +44 (0)1359 243400 - Fax: +44 (0)1359 242921 email: website: Established supplier of computer systems, management and

support services. Its products include SPECTRUM, VISION, Rota Manager, IRIS PACS system and VetStation terminals. BAYER HEALTHCARE Avda. Baix Llobregat 37 Sant Joan Despí - Barcelona - CP: 08970 - SPAIN Tel: +34 934956801 - Fax: +34 934956876 Laboratorio Farmacéutico dedicado al desarrollo, investigación y comercialización de productos veterinarios para la salud y el cuidado de animales domésticos. Los canales de distribución, para los productos de Animales de Compañía son: Mayoristas Zoosanitarios, Clínicas Veterinarias, Farmacias y Tiendas Especializadas. Gamas de productos: Antiparasitarios externos y internos, endectoparasitarios, complementos vitamínicos, productos de higiene y cosmética, antibióticos, antialergénicos y antiinflamatorio/condropotector para caballos. Empresa comprometida con su entorno que lleva a cabo acciones de concienciación para propietarios de mascotas, formación para veterinarios y personal auxiliar y diferentes programas de responsabilidad social corporativa. BBRAUN VETCARE Carretera de Terrassa, 121 Rubí - Barcelona- CP: 8191 - SPAIN Tel: +34 935902232 - Fax: +34 935902255 email: - website: B.Braun VetCare SA was created in 2007 with the experience from more than 10 years of presence of the B.Braun Group in the veterinary market, where its constant works on research and development aim at finding innovative solutions for the new needs in animal health. BIOIBERICA Plaza Francesc Macia, 7 Barcelona - Barcelona - CP: 8029 - SPAIN Tel: +34 934904908 - Fax: +34 934909711 email: - website: Bioiberica is specialized in the investigation, manufacturing and commercialization of biomolecules for pharmaceuticals and veterinary industry. It is currently a worldwide leader in Chondroprotection and the biggest manufacturer of Chondroitin Sulphate, Glucosamine, Hyaluronic Acid and Heparin. Bioiberica contributes to give solutions to Osteoarthritis and the hepato-digestive functionality in pets. BOEHRINGER INGELHEIM Prat de la Riba s/n Sant Cugat del Valles - SPAIN Tel: +34 934045100 - Fax: +34 934045345 email: Boehringer Ingelheim: "Value through Innovation." We are a

pharmaceutical company that bases its business strategy to enhance human values and technological advances to ensure innovation in all areas of the company to add value. BRITISH SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION Woodrow House, 1 Telford Way, Waterwells Business Park, Quedgeley Gloucester - Gloucestershire - UNITED KINGDOM Tel: +44 (0)1452 726700 - Fax: +44 (0)1452 726701 email: - website: The British Small Animal Veterinary Association exists to promote excellence in small animal practice through education and science. Visit the BSAVA stand to find out about options for overseas membership, the latest information about BSAVA Congress, and to see the new BSAVA manuals and special offers. CATALYSIS Macarena 14 Madrid - SPAIN Tel: +34 913456902 email: - website: We would like to inform you that CATALYSIS, S. L. is a Spanish laboratory that manufactures, distributes and exports dermocosmetic products. Our products are international therapeutic novelties. CHEROKEE UNIFORMES Calle Don Ramón de la Cruz 63. Local Comercial Madrid - SPAIN Tel: +34 913096039 - +34 933072229 email: website: CHEROKEE is brand known worldwide for offering high standards scrubs full of comfort, style and fashion without losing the functionality a scrub needs to have. CHEROKEE uniforms, America’s best selling scrub, is a trend maker brand that adapts the products to the customer’s needs offering durability, diversity and outstanding quality. CONGRESO HOSPITAL VETERINÁRIO MONTENEGRO R. Pereira reis 191 4200-447º - Porto - PORTUGAL email: website: DIOPTRIX 13, rue d'Ariane L’Union - Haute - Garonne - CP: 31240 - FRANCE Tel: +33 534301244 - Fax: +33 561610995 email: - website: French company dedicated in Ophthalmology for Veterinary medicine and experimental field. We sell what you need for

BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

DIAGNOSIS digital portable slit lamp, tonometer,ophthalmoscop, Volk lenses,ERG.SURGERY: operating microscope, magnifying loupe light, instruments, intraocular lens, viscoelastic, sutures. the CORNEAL CARE: Disposable bandage lens, permanent contact lens. DISTRIVET S.A. Avda. Sta. Eulalia, 2 Les Franqueses del Vallès - Barcelona - CP:08520 - SPAIN Tel: +34 902365288 - Fax: +34 938499954 email: - website: We offer to the vet a global service to help manage the supplies in the surgery, both in animal health products and instruments and equipment, food and consumables, giving the vet greater convenience when managing purchases. Our aim is to offer vets a comprehensive service, under the premise of “maximum service quality, maximum range of products, minimum charges and minimum time”. EICKEMEYER MEDIZINTECHNIK FÜR TIERÄRZTE KG Eltastrasse 8 - Tuttlingen - CP: 78535 - GERMANY Tel: 49 7461 9658051 - Fax: 49 7461 9658091 email: - website: Diagnos, Anaesthesia, Monitoring, Consumables, Endoscopy, Ultrasound The brand Eickemeyer stands for world class veterinary equipment. Being in the market for almost 50 years we know exactly the requirements of the state-of-the-art veterinary clinic/practice! ELANCO Avda. de la Industria, 20 Alcobendas - Madrid - CP: 28108 - SPAIN Tel: +34 916635000 - Fax: +34 916635271 email: Elanco, a division of Eli Lilly and Company, is building a companion animal business grounded in product innovations and value. The foundation of this business is already in place and supported by Lilly's success in human pharmaceuticals and Elanco's innovations with food animals. ELSEVIER Radarweg 29 Amsterdam - THE NETHERLANDS Tel: +34 204853911 email: - website: As the world’s leading publisher of science and health information, Elsevier serves more than 30 million scientists, students and health and information professionals worldwide. We help customers advance science and health by providing world-class information and innovative tools that help them make critical decisions, enhance productivity and improve outcomes.

ESAOTE ESPAÑA, S.A. C/ San Sebastian s/n Sant Just D’esvern - Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 934732090 - Fax: +34 934732042 email: - website: Especializada en Diagnostico por imagen, ESAOTE es la empresa lider mundial en equipos de ecografia especializados para veterinaria; desde equipos portatiles de bajo peso para control de gestación en producciones agropecuarias a equipos de alta definicion de imagen para diagnostico abdominal, cardiologico, musculoesqueletico de animales de compañia con las ultimas tecnologias diagnosticas; Doppler, Color, 2º Armonico, Cardio, Gestación, etc.. . La gama de ecografos para clinicas veterinarias son completamente modulares y ampliables. Todos con la ultima tecnologia digital, Estación de trabajo y Archivo integrado en equipo y conectividad con perifericos (red local, impresoras, archivos.) Así mismo ESAOTE es el unico fabricante mundial de equipos de Resonancia Magnetica exclusivos para veterinaria. Equipos con protocolos definidos para las diferentes especies y zonas de estudio con dos potencias de campo (desde un Raton hasta un Caballo). ESAVS - EUROPEAN SCHOOL FOR ADVANCED VETERINARY S Schadtengasse 2 Birkenfeld - CP: 55765 - GERMANY Tel: +49 6782 2329 - Fax: +49 6782 4314 email: - website: Intesive and practice oriented, post-graduate study programs and courses for the veterinary profession. An excellent Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is guaranteed by small groups of participants, modern facilities and practical workshops. ESCCAP ESPAÑA Facultad de veterinaria - Avda. Puerta Hierro s/n Madrid - SPAIN Tel: +34 913943711 - Fax: +34 913943708 email: - website: ESCCAP Spain is a scienti c association formed by Spanish academic and practitioners focused in developing and adapting international guidelines of ESCCAP Europe ( on the management and control of parasitic diseases of companion animals. EVEREST C/ Francesc Layret, Nº 9 Pol. Ind El Pla Molins de Rei - Barcelona- CP: 08750 - SPAIN Tel: +34 902108848 - Fax: +34 936686661 email: website: We are an Spanish company with over than 20 years of

experience in veterinary market, allowing us to offer a wide range of quality products. In adittion we are specialist in assembling vet clinics and surgical rooms, and we manufacture surgical tables and examintation tables, and all type of hospital furniture FUJIFILM ESPAÑA SA C/ Aragón 180 Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 934511515 email: - website: FUJIFILM ESPAÑA, S.A. is a subsidiary of FUJIFILM Corporation, Tokyo, and delivers technology solutions to meet the imaging and information needs of retailers, consumers, professionals and business customers. The Medical Systems division offers a product lineup specially designed for Veterinarians: Fuji Computed Radiology systems (PRIMA family), Dry Slide Clinical Chemistry System (DRI-CHEM FDC), Dry Imagers, Film and Screen systems and processors. FUNDACION GARCIA MUÑOZ, S.L / DÜRR Lorca 7 Valencia - SPAIN Tel: +34 963843305 - Fax: +34 963854750 email: - website: Fundacion Garcia Muñoz SL is a company established in 1920 dedicated to sell, install and maintain medical and veterinary equipment in Spain. GRUPO ASÍS Andador del Palacio de Larrinaga,2 Zaragoza - Zaragoza - CP: 50013 - SPAIN Tel: +34 976461480 - Fax: +34 97642300 email: website: Grupo Asís is the first publishing agency specialised in the veterinary sector in Spain, with ample experience in carrying out veterinary publishing projects.We publish five magazines with a national circulation that covers all segments of the Spanish vet HENRY SCHEIN S.A. Dirección: Avda. Albufera 15 Madrid - Madrid - CP:28038 - SPAIN Tel: +34 913308100 Material for the Veterinary Clinic HILL'S PET NUTRITION C/ General Aranaz, 88 Madrid - SPAIN Tel: +34 913717960 email: Website: Hill's Pet Nutrition is dedicated to helping pets reach their full

potential through quality nutrition and healthcare. Our unrivaled devotion to healthy, happy pets drives everything we do. Today, Hill's Pet Nutrition embodies a tradition of caring that began in 1939 with one remarkable veterinarian. Our mission is to help enrich and lengthen the special relationship between people and their pets. To do this, we make the highest quality pet nutrition available in our Prescription Diet™ and Science Plan™ pet food lines. IBERAMIGO Camí Vell de Sant Cugat, s/nº - P.E. Can Sant Joan Rubí - SPAIN Tel: +34 935520037 - Fax: +34 935658638 email: website: Exclusive distributor for Spain of: Eukanuba, feeding super premium for dogs and cats. Eukanuba Veterinary Diets, feeding super specific premium for dogs and cats. Iams, feeding premium for dogs and cats. Ferplast, articles of acuariofilia and accessories for all kinds of pet. Clean Cat, sand of silica for cats. Vegetalia, hygienic universal bed. IDEXX LABORATORIES C/ Plom, 2-8, 3º Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 934142608 - Fax: +34 934147478 email: - website: IDEXX Laboratories is the global market leader in veterinary diagnostics. Only IDEXX provides you with complete diagnostic solutions by combining the power of its IDEXX VetLab® Suite of analyzers, state-of the-art Reference Laboratory services and point-of -care SNAP® tests. IMAGEN VETERINARIA SL - AGFA HEALTHCARE Sinfonia 26, esc. A, planta 2, local 4 Madrid - SPAIN Tel: +34 914637070 - Fax: +34 914637316 E-mail: Imagen Veterinaria S.L is a Spanish company commercializing material and veterinary clinical equipment, offering also all the support in the technical service. Official distributors for Agfa Healthcare, Sony, SIUI and other. Among the wide range of products we highlight the digitizers of image (CR), X-ray machines,X-rays films, ultrasound systems, instrumental veterinary, products for diagnosis, radioprotection, management programs and software. We offer our clients the installation, set in motion and training courses, with a service, quality of product and superb price. IMPROVE IBÉRICA C/ Ferraz 28 2 izq Madrid - SPAIN Tel. +34 911881568 - Fax: +34 911017675



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

email: website: Improve is the largest CPD provider for Vets in Europe. The primary mission of Improve is to provide the highest quality CPD in a format that allows delegates to develop their skills and knowledge, under the supervision of dedicated Course Directors with the highest qualifications in his or her field. INSTRUMEVET C/ Enginyers 5 Granollers - SPAIN Tel: +34 938613616 - Fax: +34 938795349 email: Instrumevet s.l. is a company which distributes instruments and implants of traumatology and oftalmology. We are distributors of Veterinary Instrumentation, Eickemeyer and Acrivet. INTECH S.L. P.I. Empresarium; C/ AlbardĂ­n 9-A09 La Cartuja Baja - Zaragoza- CP: 50720 - SPAIN Tel: +34 976751768 - Fax: +34 976753576 email: - website: Leaders in Vet Radiology for 20 years. High Frequency Equipment from 10 to 40kW. Direct digital systems with Flat Panel. Floating tables. All of our systems, expandable: Automatic Exposimetry, fluoroscopy, DR digital system, potter bucky, radiographic atlas, Automatic Operational Journal etc. ISFM (INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF FELINE MEDICINE) Taselbury, High Street Tisbury - UNITED KINGDOM Tel: +44 (4)1747871872 - Fax: +44 (0)1747871873 email: - Website: ISFM is the veterinary division of the charity the Feline Advisory Bureau (FAB) and is operated from FAB's office in the UK and works closely with the veterinary profession. ISFM is non-political and non-profit making but will campaign on relevant feline issues. IVIS P.O. Box 4371 Ithaca - USA Tel: +01 6078211400 - Fax: +01 5096940282 email: - website: IVIS is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the improvement of animal health care by providing free up-to-date, clinical information to veterinarians, veterinary students and animal health professionals worldwide using Internet technologies. JORGEN KRUUSE Havretoften 4

Langeskov - DENMARK Tel. +45 72141516 - Fax: +45 72141500 email: website: World wide distributor and manufacturer of veterinary equipment and consumables. KALIBO CORREDURIA DE SEGUROS Avda. ClavĂŠ, 55-57, bajos Zaragoza - SPAIN Tel: +34 976210710 - Fax: +34 976794467 email: - website: Kalibo Insurance Brokers operates veterinarian with the group insurance for over 15 years. We specialize in providing insurance solutions to veterinarians and pet owners and animals. See our products in or call 902 100 235. KARL STORZ Parque empresaria San Fernando Ed.Munich Madrid - CP: 28830 - SPAIN Tel: +34 916771051 email: KARL STORZ has established itself worldwide as an international and highly regarded company in the production and sale of medical instruments and devices KEYSTONE VET Werner-von-Siemens Str.14a Singen - CP: 78224 - GERMANY Tel: +49 7731143369 - Fax: +49 7731912102 email: website: Keystone Industries, based in Cherry Hill, New Jersey, is a privately held company certified to ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 13485:2003 that has been manufacturing and distributing dental and medical products for over eighty-five years. In the last thirty years Keystone has grown significantly and has expanded into the pharmaceutical and cosmetic product markets.

La Bouvet is a Spanish company that has been commercializing veterinary clinic equipment for more than 20 years. Among others stands out the inhalatory anaesthesia and ventilation. We offer to our customers installation, starting and training courses. LABOKLIN Steubenstrasse 4 - Bad Kissingen Baviera - CP: 97688 - GERMANY Tel: +49 97172020 - Fax: +49 97169546 email: - website: LABOKLIN is a veterinary medicine laboratory and provides a broad spectrum of services: microbiology, histopathology, genetics, parasitology, allergy; everything a veterinary clinic may need. Because of that, LABOKLIN is a point of reference in veterinary medicine diagnostics. LCA PHARMACEUTICAL PI. Les Guixeres - Edif BCIN C/Marcus Porcius 1 Badalona - Barcelona - CP: 08915 - SPAIN Tel: +34 934648058 - Fax: +34 934648059 email: website: LCA specializes in the design, manufacture and marketing of implantable medical devices for ophthalmology and orthopedics. Recently we are expanding the range with products for Veterinary Ixium VET VET Phylarm, Hyaline Arthrum VET and VET. LUDWIG KEIPER Landsbergstrasse 12 Obermoschel - CP: 67823 - GERMANY Tel: +49 6362721 - Fax: +49 63623430 email: - website: KEIPER distributing the first aquatrainer for dogs named WATER-WALKER, with low voltage power supply and variable training levels.

KONICA MINOLTA Calle Fuentelviejo, 55 Madrid - SPAIN Tel: +34 917480606 - Fax: +34 913290266 email: website: Digital systems for veterinary radiology

MASALE PRODUCTES P.I Estació Mercaderies, Parc 58, Calle 1, Naves 7-8 L’Aldea - Tarragona - CP: 43896 - SPAIN Tel: +34 902885353 - Fax: +34 977450221 email: - website: Importer and distributor exclusive for Spain of the ACANA and ORIJEN brands of dry food.Importer and distributor brands Kippy - HEALTHY wet food. And PETMUNCHIES brand of sweets.

LA BOUVET, S.L. C/ Azufre 4 TorrejĂłn de Ardoz - Madrid - CP: 28850 - SPAIN Tel: +34 917264229 - Fax: +34 913566101 email: website:

MASCOTASANA WORLDWIDE Fabrica 34 Bajos Palma de Mallorca - SPAIN Tel: +34 971286384 - Fax: +34 971286384 email: website: /

Veterinary team that imports and represents some of the best international brands of products to take care and treat all type of pets. MEDICAL ECONET Mainstrasse 6 c-d Marl - CP: D-45768 - GERMANY Tel: +49 2365924370 - Fax: +49 23659243755 We, medical Econet GmbH were established in 1997 as the European Head O ce of "Kretz Technik New Products (KTNP)" and are based in 45768 Marl (North Rhine-Westphalia/Germany). We are specialized in the distribution of a variety of medical devices and are the agency of OEM-partners producing advanced medical equipment all over the world.Our aim is to steadily continue the challenge and advance the progress of valuable improvements on the European medical sector. According to our 10 year’s specialized knowledge, we are continuously diversifying our product range from diagnostic to imaging devices. We are proceeding closer to realize the vision in becoming one of the most valuable suppliers on the medical market and are constantly striving to promote the best solutions with professionalism. MELET SCHLOESING LABORATOIRES 9 chaussee Jules Cesar Osny - CP: 95520 - FRANCE Tel: +33 (0) 130753000 - Fax: +33 (0)130731780 email: website: For more than 23 years, MELET SCHLOESING Laboratoires has been developing innovative and compact hematology and biochemistry analyzers, always offering state-of-the-art technology. Present in 71 countries, this European company is acknowledged for its flexibility, reliability and high performances. MERIAL C/ Tarragona 161 - Locales D/E Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 932928383 - Fax: +34 932928388 email: - website: 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 approximately 5,700 people and operates in more than 150 countries worldwide. Its 2009 sales were $2.6 billion. Merial is the Animal Health subsidiary of sanofi-aventis. For more information, please see MICROBEAM, S.A. C/ Trovador 43-45 bajos Barcelona - CP: 08041 - SPAIN

BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

Tel: +34 934500875 - Fax: +34 934367542 email: - website: High Power Therapy laser distributor for multiple treatments in traumatic injury and post-surgical, manufactured by LiteCure for veterinary. Improve mobility and relief pain without drugs. Disorders that respond best to this therapy are Arthritis, wounds, ulcers, lesions on ligaments, muscles, soft tissues, joints, dysplasia, and more... MOTIC SPAIN S.L.U. Camí del Mig 112 Pol. Ind. Les Corts Cabrera De Mar - Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 937566286 - Fax: +34 937566287 email: - website: Motic was established in 1988 as a hi-tech industrial enterprise specialized in manufacturing conventional compound microscopes. Owned by Speed Fair Co., Ltd, the company has grown into a global brand with sales offices in Canada, Germany, Hong Kong, Spain and the United States.Today, Motic’s dedicated team members of more than 2000 individuals are ready to assist you in finding competitive solutions.The main goal of Motic remains the same today as it was when the company was founded. The brand Motic stands for: Excellent Price-Performance, Innovative Technology, Superb Quality, Friendly Customer Service. Motic is a certified ISO9001, ISO14001 and ISO13485 company. MULTIMÉDICA EDICIONES VETERINARIAS Avda. Corts Catalanes, 2 Ed. 2 3º 10ª Sant Cugat Del Vallès - Barcelona - CP: 08173 - SPAIN Tel: +34 936746108 email: - website: Multimédica Ediciones Veterinarias has a catalogue with international references translated by veterinary diplomates and own titles from the major specialists in Spain. NAVC (THE NORTH AMERICAN VETERIANRY CONFERENCE) 5003 SW 41st Blvd Gainesville - Florida- CP: 32608 - USA Tel: +01 3523755672 - Fax: +01 3523754145 email: - website: We are a nonprofit organization that provides world-class continuing education to all members of the veterinary healthcare team. Our entities include the NAVC Institute, NAVC Expeditions, NAVC Clinician's Brief, and our international conference partners the Latin American Veterinary Conference (LAVC) and Southern European Veterinary Conference (SEVC). NEO-ANIMALIA / 2LEARN Rue St. Catherine 17 Huy - BELGIUM

Neo-Animalia provides high quality continuing education prgrams for veterinairians, including the annual congress Hippos NESTLE PURINA PETCARE Can Campanyà s/n - P.I. Comte de Sert Castellbisbal - SPAIN At Purina, we are passionately committed to making pets' lives better. Today, Purina is one of the world's leading pet care companies. Our dedication to pets, and their owners, directs everything we do, every day, everywhere. Helping to enrich the lives of pets as they enrich ours. NOVARTIS ANIMAL HEALTH Schwarzwaldallee 215 Basel - SWITZERLAND Tel: +41 613241111 - Fax: +41 616976788 email: website: NOVARTIS ANIMAL HEALTH Passionately saving, prolonging, and improving animal lives Novartis Animal Health is a leader in developing new and better ways to prevent and treat diseases in pets, farm animals and cultivated fish. We focus our energy on developing new medicines that improve the quality of life for companion animals, as well as those that improve the health of livestock and cultivated fish as we strive to support high-quality production and welfare. Headquartered in Basel, Switzerland, and present in almost 40 countries, Novartis Animal Health employs approximately 2,630 associates worldwide. OPTOMIC ESPAÑA, S.A. C/ Madñroo 4 - P.I La Mina Colmenar Viejo - SPAIN Tel: +34 902221177 - Fax: +34 902221178 email: website: OPTOMIC ESPAÑA S.A. manufactures and distributes veterinary and medical equipment since 1988. We offer a wide range of high quality products for the discipline of veterinary, including surgical microscope, cold and LED light sources, endoscopic cameras, rigid and flexible endoscopes, image and video capturing systems, and instruments. ORTHOGEN VETERINARY GMBH Graf-Adolf-Str. 41 Düsseldorf - GERMANY Tel: +49 2113870050 - Fax: +49 2113870051 email: - website: Orthogen Veterinary GmbH specializes in the development of therapeutical biologicals and treatment of musculoskeletal system diseases of animals. The BioVet-Company exists since 2001. Products are: irap® (medical device for processing of autologous conditioned

serum (ACS)) and Osteokine ® (medical device for processing of platelet rich plasma (PRP))

Tel: - Fax: email: - website:

ORTHOMED (UK) LTD 70 Plover Road Wellington Mills - Huddersfield - West Yorkshire UNITED KINGDOM Tel: +44 (0)8450450259 - Fax: +44 (0)8456032456 email: website: Orthomed offer a wide range of veterinary implants to fill the orthopaedic/spinal needs of animals. Working with the expertise of some of the world’s leading orthopaedic surgeons we have released a number of clinically and bio mechanically approved products including our CastLess PCA plate and the novel SOP™ interlocking plate system.

QVET - VMS PE. Entrevías, Edificio Principal, planta 1 Lleida - SPAIN Tel: +34 902117866 - Fax: +34 973228640 email: - website: A new concept in management programs for veterinary centers that will manage your business more easily, quickly and without loss of time. QVET is a unique program that includes three additional modules for managing your marketing veterinary laboratory and business analysis (VMS).

PHYSIO-TECH GMBH Preetzer Chaussee 129 Kiel - CP: 24146 - GERMANY Tel: +49 4315355020 - Fax: +49 43153550229 email: website: PHYSIO-TECH is a well established German company specializing in manufacturing of high quality appliances for physiotherapy such as UNDERWATER TREADMILLS FOR DOGS. We are committed to developing new products e.g. underwater treadmills for horses and provide our customers with innovative technical solutions, user friendly handling, maintenance and responsive support. PRACTICE CVM SLL Cuesta estación 8 Bajo Tudela - Navarra - SPAIN Tel: +34 948821713 - Fax: +34 948825674 email: - website: CVM offers to the vets ultrasound, analytic and digital radiogray equipment. PROMHOVET Avda. Progrés, 8 Pol Ind. Els Garrofers Vilassar De Mar - Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 937591788 - Fax: +34 937540185 email: website: Leading company of veterinary products such as Hospital Kennels, Examination table, Electric examination table, Hydraulic and Electric operating table, Veterinary Scale, etc.We have the ISO 9001, granting all our products and meeting the requirements of safety and comfort. PSAVA (POLISH SMALL ANIMAL VETERINARY ASSOCIATION) Área de actividad: undefined Dirección: - - CP: 0 - POLAND

QUALILLET, S.L.U. C/ dels Traginers, 24-25 Sant Pere de Torelló - SPAIN Tel: +34 938509881 - Fax: +34 938509956 email: - website: Qualillet is a commercial pet product company which specialises * in the supply and distribution of natural snacks. Our star product is the Twig Twist. This innovative snack bar is 100% natural lamb with no added colourants, additives or preservatives. QVET-VMS C/ L.A.Clavería 105 Lleida - CP: 25191 - SPAIN Tel: +34 973223185 email: - website: Company dedicated to comprehensive management software for veterinary clinics. Used by more than 3,000 veterinary centers and 14 university hospitals in 22 countries. RAL Av. Mare de Deu de Montserrat, 51 Sant Joan Despí - Barcelona- CP: 08970 - SPAIN Tel: +34 934808047 - Fax: +34 933730092 email: - website: 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. ROYAL CANIN Vía de los Poblados nº 1. Parque Empresarial Alvento. Edif. B. 6ª planta. Madrid - Madrid - CP: 28033 - SPAIN Tel: +34 914492180 - Fax: +34 915706403 website:



BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010

Royal Canin is a company committed to the Health Nutrion of dogs and cats, with the view to giving the most precise and adequate nutritional answer. The principles “The Animal Comes First” and “Knowledge and Respect” govern the brand’s ethics and the development of every innovation. SAVAB-FLANDERS VZW Tiensesteenweg 164 Heverlee - BELGIUM Tel: +32 474515529 email: website: Small Animal Veterinary Association of Belgium - a non profit organization grouping small animal practitioners in the Flemish part of Belgium - they form a solid base to support practitioners in their daily work. SCIL C/ Mahón, 10 1ºB Las Matas - Las Rozas - Madrid - CP: 28290 - SPAIN Tel: +34 914902309 - Fax: +34 914905383 email: - website: Our mission is to provide innovative and high quality solutions for the veterinarian needs. These products need a special support and training, we do it through a well trained reps and the vet academy , with the goal that satisfies the customer needs and to expand their knowledge for the optimization of the purchases. SEDECAL Pelaya, 9-13; Polígono Ind.Río de Janeiro Algete - Madrid - CP: 28110 - SPAIN Tel: +34 916289016 - Fax: +34 916280574 email: website: Founded in Madrid in 1994, Sedecal present sta is 269 Emploees (78 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. Veterinary product range: -DR (Direct Digital Radiography) Systems: Flat Panels and CCD Camera Detectors. -Conventional ( lm) Systems for Clinical applications ( oating table top, table on wheels, xed / variable focal distance, sliding column, A.E.C (automatic exposure control), uoroscopy) . High Frequency Generators from 16 kW to 40 kW, -Portable X-ray units : 4 kW, 8kW. (300 Khz.). -Large Animals complete X-ray rooms (Ceiling Suspensions Systems) up to 80 kW.

SELACH SOLUCIONES INFORMÁTICAS C/Constitució 79, Local 1 Barcelona - CP: 08014 - SPAIN email: - website: Enterprise software products especially oriented for Small Business and Self Practitioner who wants to adopt solutions to improve and advance their business. Comprehensive management programs, design of your website advice and support on any issue related to ICT. SOUTH AFRICA 30TH WORLD CONGRESS Área de actividad: undefined Dirección: - - CP: 0 - SOUTH AFRICA Tel: - Fax: email: - website:


TELEVETDIAGNOSTICS LTD 2 Somerset Close Congleton - UNITED KINGDOM Tel: +34 931842351 email: website: Televetdiagnostics offers online consultation services and access to recognised specialists in several disciplines. Telemedicine improves time management and allows practices to expand the range of services provided to pet owners. Visit stand 303 for more information, prize draws for books, courses and free case trials. VET LINE C/ estacio , 54 Vallfogona de Balaguer - SPAIN Tel: +34 973432363 - Fax: +34 973432369 Email: - Website: Manufacturer company of premium food, care products and beddings for small animals VET TEAM GROUP S.R.L. Trav. Via Etiopia 3/12 Montesilvano - CP: 65016 - ITALY Tel: +39 0854689212 - Fax: +39 0854451756 email: website: We are producers of Stainless Steel and PVC cages; Stainless Steel Tables, Tubs and Trolleys; Fornitures. We are distributors for Ethicon (Johnson VETGENOMICS Parc de Recerca UAB. Edifici Eureka - Campus de la UAB Bellaterra - Barcelona - SPAIN Tel: +34 935868978 Email: Website: VetGenomics is a spin-off company focused on genetic

diagnostic services related to pets. Founded by the team working at the Molecular Genetics Veterinary Service (SVGM, UAB), VetGenomics commercialize genetic analysis services for dogs, cats, horses and exotic birds (hereditary diseases, coat color, parentage testing, pathogen detection and avian sexing).

Tel: +34 932030492 - Fax: +34 932020187 email: website: Specialized Service Center for anetesia, radiology, electromedical and physiotherapy equipment. Supplier of veterinary specific equipment.

VETNOVA SALUD SL Fuente del Toro, 40 El Molar - Madrid - CP: 28710 - SPAIN Tel: +34 918440273 - Fax: +34 918410392 email: - website: Since October 2007, the rst year tha participated in SEVC, VetNova launched: GlycoFlex, Duralactin, Duralactin Lysine RedCell, 70 and Active SaniCloth, MalAcetic, TrizEdta, Klearwax, MalAcetic Wipes and LimePlus. New this year is the line with 3 UROLOGIC innovative products for dogs and cats: DIALIX TU (urinary tract infections, prevention and dissolution of struvite stones and FUS) DIALIX V (treatment and control of urinary incontinence and prostate problems) and DIALIX R (kidney failure).

WILEY BLACKWELL Wiley Services Singapore 600 North Bridge Road, #05-01 Parkview Square Singapore - SINGAPORE Tel: +65 65118175- Fax: +65 65118288 email: website: Wiley-Blackwell is one of the world\'s leading Veterinary Medi! cine publishers, representing the very best in academic research, student learning and professional practice. Visit stand 216 to see the latest books for Vets and Veterinary Nurses.

VETPLUS Pasaje Montserrat Isern, 2-4 2º2ª Hospitalet Llobregat - Barcelona - CP:08908 - SPAIN Tel: +34 932896336 - Fax: +34 932232070 At Laboratorios Vetplus we specialize in Nutraceuticals. The company is headquartered in the UK where we enjoyed an absolute position of leadership. We have the most extensive vademecum in veterinarian nutraceuticals; our wide range of veterinary products help in the treatment of various common diseases in pets: joint problems, brain aging, skin problems, exocrine pancreatic insu ciency, cystitis, epilepsy, liver problems, etc. VETZ B.V. Middeldiepstraat 58 Sliedrecht - CP: 3361 - THE NETHERLANDS Tel: +31 184820201 - Fax: +31 0184416205 email: - website: VetZ specializes in state of the art practice management software a! nd highest quality of direct digital x-ray equipment. Join today over 4000 professional clinics and universities in Europe! VOORJAARSDAGEN Área de actividad: undefined Dirección: - - CP: 0 - THE NETHERLANDS Tel: - Fax: email: - website: VT VET-TÈCNIC Passeig Manuel Girona, 59 baixos 3 Barcelona - CP: 08034 - ESPAÑA

WINVET Prudencio Álvaro, 8 Madrid - Madrid- CP: 28027 - SPAIN Tel: +34 911812590 y +34 902100142 - Fax: +34 911812599 email: - website: 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.



Asociación de Veterinarios Españoles Especialistas en Pequeños Animales

SEVC Headquarters

SEVC Venue

Paseo de San Gervasio 46-48, E7 08022 Barcelona Spain

Palacio de Congresos de Barcelona (Fira de Barcelona - Montjuïc) Avda. Mº Cristina s/n 08004 Barcelona Spain

T: +34 932531522 F: +34 934183979


BARCELONA 30 September - 3 October, 2010


President’s Welcome and Award Presentation!

Posters Presentation!

Friday, 1 October, 13.30-14.30h

Friday, 1 October, 19.00-19.45h.

Fira - Pavilion 5 - Room 4

Dr. Maite Verde, SEVC 2010 President, and Dr. Doug Mader, NAVC President, will welcome delegates and present the following awards:

Fira - Pavilion 8 Come ask the authors about their research! All poster authors are asked to be present to answer all your questions while you enjoy a glass of Spanish wine!

SEVC International Welcome Reception! Friday, 1 October, 19.30 - 20.30h

Fira - Pavilion 8 Celebrate with us at the SEVC International Welcome Reception! with a special Flamenco show and Spanish sangria. Everyone is invited!

. AVEPA "Miguel Luera" Scientific Award . SEVC 2010 Awards for Best Abstracts Cocktails will be served following the presentation.

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Grand SEVC Fiesta! Saturday, 2 October, 21.30 - 3.00h) Z6 (Fira de Barcelona-Montjuic)

Free entry for SEVC delegates!

One thing Spain is famous for is its “Fiesta”. Every year, the SEVC invites all conference delegates to its “Grand SEVC Fiesta”. Enjoy a typical Spanish Fiesta with live shows, Spanish Tapas food, beverages, and music to dance to through the night. The Fiesta will take place close to the conference venue, in front of the Magic Fountains of Montjuïc.