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XII SOUTHERN EUROPEAN VETERINARY CONFERENCE

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18-20 October

MADRID 2018


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7-9 November

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Social Events

Grand SEVC Fiesta

Registration to the Scientific Programme includes entry to all the social activities.

Sala LAB (Chamartin Metro Station)

Poster Presentation Friday, 18 October 2018: 6pm-7pm Poster Area

Saturday, 20 October: 9pm Enjoy a party with live entertainment, tapas, drinks and music to dance the night away. The discotheque will open its doors for the SEVC private party at 9pm. Dinner will be served up to 10.30pm. It’s necessary to present the ticket within your badge to gain access. The discotheque will open to the general public at midnight until 5.30am.

MADRID, 18-20 OCTOBER 2018


FELINE MEDICINE – ISFM-GEMFE-Hill’s

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

When pain is the disease

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, by offering more than 200 lectures by more than 100 worldwide experts.

Thursday morning, 18 OCTOBER 2018 Room: AMSTERDAM – Level 2

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This symposium will be presented in English. Simultaneous translation to Spanish will be provided. This symposium is not included in the SEVC Scientific Programme. ASOCIACIÓN DE VETERINARIOS ESPAÑOLES ESPECIALISTAS EN PEQUEÑOS ANIMALES

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Scientific Programme

THURSDAY, 18 OCTOBER 2018 Imaging

OPHTHALMOLOGY

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE *

Behaviour

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT

Paris – Level 1 Paulo Steagal

Roma – Level 2 Raquel Salguero

Londres – Level 2 Ron Ofri

Auditorio – Level 0 Cheryl Good

Berlin – Level 1 Jon Bowen

Amsterdam – Level 2 Ernie Ward

Blepharitis. It is not a focal dermatitis

Dr. Wilfried Mai

Elevated liver enzymes – what How can we help people do they mean and what should choose the right shelter dog? I do Dr. Jolanda Pluijmakers

Impact of consolidation and corporate veterinary groups on the veterinary profession

Drugs and diet in the management of liver disease

Veterinary business models in the new competitive environment

THE NETHERLANDS

Dr. Giacomo Gianotti

CT imaging of the acute abdomen USA

Dr. Jonathan Bray

Anaesthesia for the renal patient ITALY

Management of soft tissue sarcoma in the dog

FRANCE

Anaesthesia

Dr. David Maggs

Dr. Jonathan Bray

Imaging urinary emergency cases

Uveitis. It is an ocular lymphadenopathy

Dr. Wilfried Mai

Dr. David Maggs

Dr. Nick Bexfield

THE NETHERLANDS

Dr. Giacomo Gianotti

USA

Airway management ITALY

Advances in endoprosthetics: functional sparing surgery

FRANCE

16.00 16.55

SURGERY Madrid – Level 1 Esteban Pujol

Dr. Nick Bexfield

NEW ZEALAND

15.00 15.55

NEW ZEALAND

Room PM

How to help a shelter dog adapt to a new home Dr. Jolanda Pluijmakers

Dr. Luis Sainz-Pardo

Dr.Luis Sainz-Pardo

17.00- 17.30: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. David Maggs

Morbidity and mortality in small animal anaesthesia Dr. Nacho Redondo

Dr. Wilfried Mai

Why do clients sometimes fail to act in their animal’s best interests?

What’s new in ophthalmic therapy? How can it help me?

The coughing dog

How can clients be helped to set and accomplish their goals with respect to care?

Dr. Lynelle Johnson

Dr. Fernando Laguna

Dr. Chick Weisse

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

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Trauma: the role of diagnostic imaging

USA

USA

Hepatic vascular anomalies: recent lessons learned using interventional radiology

Physical exam and diagnostic What common behaviour tests for the respiratory patient problems can new owners of shelter dogs expect? Dr. Lynelle Johnson THE NETHERLANDS

USA

Dr. Dominique Penninck

The secrets to a successful fundus examination USA

USA

ITALY

Dr. Giacomo Gianotti

Hematuria in small animals: is ultrasound useful?

FRANCE

18.30 19.25

10 essential tips in small animal anaesthesia

Dr. Chick Weisse

USA

17.30 18.25

IR or the OR? How interventional radiology can help your patients

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Dr. Jolanda Pluijmakers

Behaviour modification methods for dogs that have a difficult history Dr. Elena Garcia

Lecture colour code: Lectures presented in English

Lectures presented in Spanish with translation to English

High Level

How I Treat

State of the Art

“High level” lecture

“How I Treat” lecture

“State of the Art” lecture

Dr. Thomas Webb

Speakers’ Country of Origin

Dr. Thomas Webb

NAVC Speaker (North American Veterinary Community)

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Veterinary News

Londres – Level 2 Jaume Martorell Cristina Fragio

Dublin – Level 2

Feline haemoplasmosis: what’s new?

Dr. Ivan Sosa

Respiratory infections in chelonia Dr. Rachel Marschang

9.30: Laparoscopy and laparoscopic sterilization - routine technique…

Dr. Severine Tasker

9.30 10.25

Diagnosis and treatment of feline mycobacterial infections

Dr. Ivan Sosa

Dr. Severine Tasker

Congestive heart failure without a cardiologist?

10.30 10.55

Dr. Ivan Sosa

Feline renal disease nutritionally Dr. Marta Hervera

Diagnosis of infectious diseases in reptiles Dr. Rachel Marschang

10.00: Charm your client: how NMK helps at the veterinary practice Mike Valera, Nuria Tabares, Inmaculada Pérez-Madrigal

9.30 9.55

10.30: A strategy to double your dental income and halve your stress

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT Amsterdam – Level 2 Jorge Guerrero

Definition of surgical margins Dr. Jonathan Bray

11.00: Responsible use of antibiotics in pet animals

Dr. Rachel Marschang

Dr. Chick Weisse

How I Treat

How I Treat

SERBIA

18.00 18.55

Nenad Milojkovic

Lower back pain in cats Dr. Elsa Beltran

How I Treat

Complicated urinary tract infection?

Dr. Maria Angeles Daza Gonzalez

USA

Dr. Pascal Prelaud

Dr. Mona Boord

How I Treat High Level

High Level

ARGENTINA ARGENTINA

16.00-16.55: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Dr. Martha Cline

Canine and feline pancreatitis with diet How I

17.00 17.55

Grain free, gluten free and other dietary trends – what do they mean for the gut?

18.00 18.25

Dr. Marta Hervera

Dr. Martha Cline

Comprehensive review of surgical attenuation of extrahepatic portosystemic shunts

Use of lasers in dermatology? USA

High Level

How I diagnose aminoglycoside induced nephrotoxicity Dr. Maria Angeles Daza Gonzalez

Updates on canine atopic dermatitis (CAD)

Challenging tumours in challenging Diode laser, a CO2 laser or a places – head/spine/pelvis therapeutical laser for my derm cases Dr. Jonathan Bray

Dr. Martha Cline

Dietary management of canine chronic enteropathy USA

Dr. Philip Padrid

Dr. Betina Rama

Level

Biomarkers in AKI diagnosis Dr. Adam Mugford

Dr. Hervé Brissot

Dr. Mona Boord

Dr. Juan Miguel Ramirez

Treat

18.25 18.55

Extrahepatic portosystemic shunts Dr. Juan Miguel Ramirez

How I Treat

FRANCE

FECAVA tools for canine vector borne diseases. Hygiene and antibiotics in practice

Dr. Soren Boysen

Gut bugs – can we change them with diet

15.00 15.55

Exploratory laparotomy: how to make the most of it

Anal sac carcinoma Dr. Hervé Brissot

Primary secretory otitis media Dr. Pascal Prelaud

How I Treat

Ear canal disease with lasers How I Treat

USA

18.00-18.15

How I Treat

Predicting fluid responder patients in shock: ultrasound vs. other dynamic variables High

USA

Pulmonic stenosis: beyond valvulopasty Dr. Ivan Sosa

Pleural disease in cats: all you need to know in practice USA

Dr. Allyson Berent

Dr. Philip Padrid

CANADA

USA

USA

Dr. Allyson Berent

Practical approach to feline respiratory distress

Urinary incontinence: refractory incontinence can be fixed

17.30 17.55

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NUTRITION

Organizing your clinic workflow for optimal performance

Roma – Level 2 Luc Beco

USA

Advanced Emergency & Critical Care

Dr. Betina Rama

DERMATOLOGY Room PM

FRANCE

14.00: High precision oscillometry in the measurement of blood pressure in dogs and cats - HDO Dr. Filipe Nunes y Verónica Ruso

Minimally invasive management of stone disease

Dr. Hervé Brissot

Coaching tips and providing feedback for millennial employees

13.00-13.55: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

Miguel Ángel Cabezas Salamanca

Dr. Rachel Marschang

Amsterdam – Level 2 Marge Chandler

USA

16.30 17.25

FRANCE

13.30: Beyond a numerical value ... What do the plethysmogram and the Quarantine and disease prevention capnogram tell me?…

Room PM

15.30 16.25

Colorectal oncosurgery

Miguel Ángel Valera

Dr. Diego Esteban

14.00-15.25: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

FRANCE

13.00: Sell without sell, sales techniques 12.00 in veterinary clinic 12.55

NEW ZEALAND

Dr. Amalia Agut, Dr. Esteban Pujol, Dr. Pachi Clemente

Anna Salas

FRANCE

Feline hyperthyrodism: how to approach and treat difficult cases

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12.30: The microbiota in the management of weight control

FRANCE

Dr. Alfonso Moya

GERMANY

USA

Idiopathic myofasciitis in ferrets: how to avoid it being unnoticed

Dr. Diego Esteban

Approach oncological patient management

13.00 13.55

Elisa Reyna Santos

Dr. Allyson Berent

Treat

11.30: Utilization of the blockchain technology in veterinary medicine

Sentinel node mapping 12.00: Investment funds in the veterinary 11.00 Dr. Hervé Brissot sector -

Feline diabetes mellitus: pros and cons of home glucose monitoring

Dr. Ernie Ward

10.00-11.00: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

María Jaureguízar

11.00-11.55: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Introduction to interventional endoscopy: a new way of looking at things

Dr. Betina Rama

Tracheal collapse syndrome: what’s Hot veterinary topics and pet trends new in managing this difficult disease for 2019 How I

Eva Kaisti

12.00 12.55

Leading multiple generations in the veterinary clinic

Dalibor Tadic

Viral infection in reptiles

How I Treat

How I Treat

8.30 9.25

SURGERY Paris – Level 1 Paloma Garcia Fenandez Lucía Gómez

Fausto Brandao

GERMANY

The 5 most common arrhythmias in practice

Dr Antoine Marie

USA

Cardiology myths 8.30 9.25

9.00: Why including topical natural solutions in the management of cutaneous and auricular infections…

Room AM PM

ARGENTINA

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

Madrid – Level 1 Albert Lloret Salva Cervantes

USA

FELINE MEDICINE

Auditorio – Level 0 Maruska Suarez Nick Bexfield

NEW ZEALAND

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE *

GERMANY

Room AM PM

GERMANY

SCIENTIFIC P ROGRAMME

FRIDAY, 19 OCTOBER 2018

Dr. Mona Boord

How I Treat

MADRID, 18-20 OCTOBER 2018


SATURDAY, 20 OCTOBER 2018 Londres – Level 2 Nuno Felix Alfredo Suarez

Pneumonia in dogs and cats

Disorders of the reproductive tract of rabbits, rodents, ferrets

Dr. Lynelle Johnson

Dr. Michael Fehr

Advanced Dermatology Madrid – Level 1 Eva Katarina Varjonen David Senior

The acute abdomen: differentiating surgical from non-surgical cases

Antimicrobial resistance mechanisms: what is relevant for my patient with skin and ear infection High

Dr. Soren Boysen

Dr. Anette Loeffler

Dr. Allyson Berent

How I Treat

CANADA

Dr. Michael Fehr

Reproductive disorders in pet hens USA

10.30 10.55

USA

Nasopharyngeal stenosis

Treatment of fractures and luxations in rabbits

Dr. Ricardo de Matos

How I Treat

CANADA

Dr. Lynelle Johnson

GERMANY

USA

Is it heart or lung disease? 9.30 10.25

Room AM PM

Backyard poultry as clinical patients

13.00 13.55

Neuroophthalmology Urinary tract diseases / simplified: Horner’s syndrome surgery to blindness Dr. Michael Fehr

USA

Acute spinal cord injuries – when neurosurgery is not the answer

Septic abdomen-diagnosis, stabilization and pre-surgical management

Methicillin resistant staphylococci (MRS) updates

How I use the intra-osseous space for IV access and sampling

How to get the best out of my culture and sensitivity report?

Dr. Anette Loeffler

High Level

Dr. Soren Boysen

Dr. Anette Loeffler

Dr. Ricardo de Matos

GERMANY

CANADA

Dr. Elsa Beltran

Dr. Elsa Beltran

9.30 9.55

Antibiotics in dermatology – best practice and alternatives Dr. Susan Paterson

Clinical case challenges

Amsterdam – Level 2 Alexis Santana Gonzalez Alexis Santana Gonzalez

The small details in the diagnosis of orthopaedic problems

Current situation of CanL in Europe and Brazil

Is there hope for independent veterinary practices in Europe?

New concepts in the treatment of shoulder OCD

CanL: diagnosis and clinical staging. Feline leishmaniosis update

Open question and answer session: the future of different veterinary business models

Dr. Alberto Gines

12.00 12.55

CanL: current drug therapy and vaccines

5 mistakes with people and their solutions (not found in books)

Stifle surgery complications

CanL versus human leishmaniosis. Zoonotic aspects and prevention

Team conflict management: a step by step method

Dr. Mike Farrell

Dr. Mike Farrell

High Level

Dr. Susan Paterson

14.30 15.25

Otitis in cats

Dr. Pascal Prelaud

Dr. Alejandro Artiles

USA

Dr. Ricardo de Matos

Dr. Lynelle Johnson

FIP – advances in diagnostic testing and treatment

CRRT vs IHD – an overview

Feline bronchitis and asthma

Dr. Severine Tasker

High Level

Dr. Maria Angeles Daza Gonzalez

Antibiotic therapy in avian species USA

Dr. Lynelle Johnson

Dr. Adam Mugford

USA

Upper airway disease in dogs USA

16.30 17.25

Dr. Philip Padrid

Dr. Ricardo de Matos

State of the Art

15.30 16.25

How to get the yes from clients and employees Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

Dr. Alejandro Artiles

16.30-17.25: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

High Level

17.30 18.25

17.30-18.25: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

Adapting to new technologies and changes in practice – a psychologist’s approach Dr. Thomas Webb

Injuries of the distal Nail or nail fold disease – extremities: from bandaging is there a difference? to arthrodesis Dr. Susan Paterson

A step ahead in the surgery of ligaments and tendons Dr. Alberto Gines

FRANCE

USA

15.30 16.25

How to avoid acute kidney injury (AKI) in hospitalised patients

Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

DERMATOLOGY

Approaching the feline ‘high-rise syndrome’

Advanced Feline Medicine

Avian orthopaedic surgery

Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

13.00-14.25: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

High Level

14.00-15.25: Lunch break in the exhibition hall

Respiratory distress – what to do?

Dr. Luis Sainz-Pardo

Fracture repair complications

Biofilms – what are they and are they important?

Dr. Soren Boysen Dr. Adam Mugford Dr. Maria Angeles Daza Gonzalez

Dr. Luis Sainz-Pardo

Dr. Alberto Gines

10.00-11.00: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

11.00 11.55

Dr. Adam Mugford

Practice Management

Roma – Level 2 Guadalupe Miró César Yotti

High Level

Dr. Soren Boysen

Recognition and treatment of acute kidney injury (AKI)

Leishvet seminar

Paris – Level 1 Toni Navarro Iván Serra

Level

11.00-11.55: Coffee break in the exhibition hall

12.00 12.55

8.30 9.25

Orthopaedics

FRANCE

EMERGENCY CRITICAL CARE

Berlin – Level 1 Alfonso Moya Pilar Lanzarot

CANADA

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS

Auditorio – Level 0 Nick Bexfield Germán Santamaría

GERMANY

USA

8.30 9.25

SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE *

S cientific programme

Room AM PM

Updates on food allergy in dogs Dr. Pascal Prelaud

Weapons of massive influence: making persuasion a method and not a mystic thing Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

Cecotrophy- related disorders How I do peritoneal dialysis in rabbits Dr. Adam Mugford How I

Dr. Elsa Beltran

How I Treat

Acute pancreatitis 19.00 19.25

Dr. Alfonso Moya

Treat

Epiphora in rabbits and rodents

Dr. Nick Bexfield

How I Treat

Dr. Alfonso Moya

Chronic nasal disease in cats USA

Refractory epilepsy 18.30 18.55

Dr. Philip Padrid

State of the Art

High Level

18.30 18.55

Dr. Alejandro Artiles

How I Treat

Dr. Maria Angeles Daza Gonzalez How I Treat

19.00 19.25

Dermatophytosis – updates on diagnosis and therapy Dr. Susan Paterson

Primary bone tumours

Hypertensive crisis How I Treat

Distal tibial fractures

Dr. Mike Farrell

How I Treat

Behavioral change strategies for pet owners to treat pet obesity and chronic diseases Dr. Thomas Webb

A step by step method to achieve your goals and build lasting and healthy relationships Dr. Miguel A. Diaz Sanchez

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Workshops The SEVC workshops give delegates a unique hands-on laboratory experience. Working with small groups (maximum 20 people), worldclass instructors will teach new techniques using the latest equipment.

EXOTICS

WEDNESDAY 17

Date: 18/10/2018 Time: 11.30 - 13.30 ROOM: Caracas – Level 2

ORTHOPAEDICS

Managing cranial cruciate rupture in dogs with Fusion TTA Date: 17/10/2018 Time: 9.00 - 18.30 ROOM: Montevideo – Level 2

THURSDAY 18 DENTISTRY

Dentistry in the small animal practice. Canine and feline extractions

20 must-know tips and tricks of small mammal radiology

FRIDAY 19

ULTRASONOGRAPHY Ultrasound diagnosis of abdominal pathologies: beginner level Date: 19/10/2018 Time: 10.00 - 12.00 ROOM: Caracas – Level 2

BEHAVIOUR I adopted a dog, now what?

Date: 18/10/2018 Time: 9.30 - 18.30 ROOM: Montevideo – Level 2

Date: 19/10/2018 Time: 14.30 - 18.30 ROOM: Buenos Aires – Level 1

HAEMATOLOGY

RADIOLOGY

Everything you always wanted to know about haematology but were afraid to ask!

Diagnosing abdominal diseases on radiographs

Date: 18/10/2018 Time: 08.00 - 11.00 ROOM: La Habana – Level 1

Date: 19/10/2018 Time: 14.30 - 16.30 ROOM: Caracas – Level 2

IMAGING

SATURDAY 20

Canine abdominal ultrasonography: hands-on lab!

Friday, 19 October: 8.30-18.30 Room: Berlin – Level 1 Saturday, 20 October: 8.30-19.30 Room: La Habana – Level 1 (Workshops Area) The SEVC’s International Nursing Programme is now one of the most comprehensive such programmes in Europe. More than 250 nurses attend each year to learn the latest developments in veterinary nursing.

Posters Presentation Friday, 18th October 2018: 18.00 to 19.00 Poster Area Access to this event is open to everyone in the exhibition hall. Poster authors will be available to answer your questions about their research. Enjoy a glass of Spanish wine as you learn!

Registration Registering for the Nursing Programme includes: attendance to the International Nursing Programme lectures, free entry to the Exhibition Hall, coffee breaks, lunch tickets and one ticket to the Grand SEVC Fiesta. The official SEVC languages are English and Spanish. Simultaneous translation will be provided.

ULTRASONOGRAPHY

Date: 18/10/2018 Time: 9.30 - 13.30 ROOM: Buenos Aires – Level 1

Ultrasound diagnosis of abdominal pathologies: intermediate level

CYTOLOGY

Date: 20/10/2018 Time: 10.00 - 12.00 ROOM: Caracas – Level 2

Everything you always wanted to know about cytology but were afraid to ask!

Nurse Programme

Date: 18/10/2018 Time: 11.30 - 14.30 ROOM: La Habana – Level 1

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