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Final Programme

19-21 October, 2007 Barcelona International Convention Centre

BARCELONA, Spain The new veterinary continuing education event in Europe

Asociación de Veterinarios Españoles Especialistas en Pequeños Animales


ORGANIZED BY

Scientific Committee

Asociación de Veterinarios Españoles Especialistas en Pequeños Animales

AVEPA - SEVC

Colin Burrows, US

Ignacio Álvarez, Spain

Jordi Franch, Spain

David Senior, US

Philippe Moreau, France

Richard Nap, The Nederlands

Technical Secretariat SEVC

Paseo San Gervasio, 46-48, E-7 Josep Irla i Bosch, 1-3, Ent. Barcelona 08022 Spain Barcelona 08034 Spain T: +34 93 253 15 22 T: +34 93 206 57 94 F: +34 93 418 39 79 F: +34 93 206 57 91 secre@sevc.info maite.balleste@momentum-spain.com www.sevc.info

SPONSORS

Chairmen Equine

Joerg Auer, Switzerland - Marta Prades, España Spain

Dermatology

Tom Willense, The Nederlands - Maite Verde, Spain

Surgery

Dick White, United Kingdom - Uli Matis, Deutschland Jordi Franch, Spain

Other Companion Animals

Douglas Mader, US - Rafael Molina, Spain

Medicine

Guillermo Couto, US - Artur Font, Spain Alberto Montoya, Spain - Tomás Fernánndez, Spain

Dentistry

Peter Fahrenkrug, Deutschland - Fidel San Román, Spain

Pain Management & Acupunc-

Sheila Robertson, US - Francisco Laredo, Spain

Ophtalmology

Ellen Bjërkas, Norway - Manuel Villagrasa, Spain

Behavior

Sarah Heath, United Kingdom - Xavier Manteca, Spain

Reproduction

Stefano Romagnoli, Italy - Simón Martí, Spain

Image

Christopher Lam, United Kingdom - Amalia Agut, Spain

Nutrition

Richard Nap, The Nederlands

Practice Management

Philippe Moreau, France - Pere Mercader, Spain

Emergency and Critical Care

Yves Moens, Austria - Cristina Fragio, Spain

Alternative Medicine

Sheila Robertson, US


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Welcome of the President of the SEVC ‘07 Congress Dear friend, Welcome to the SEVC (Southern European Veterinary Conference). I would like to thank you for your interest in the SEVC on behalf of the executive committee and myself.

Welcome of the President of AVEPA

In AVEPA, we do always try to fulfil the aim of our mission:

The AVEPA-SEVC 2007 Congress, in its first international and 42nd national edition, means a big unprecedented qualitative advance that will provide the biggest scientific offer on small animal veterinary sciences in Europe.

“To provide first-class scientific and personal education for the veterinarians and their coworkers seeking the professional excellence and the improvement of animal welfare”.

Rafael Mendieta

This Congress aims not only for the interest of Spanish veterinarians but the veterinarians of the whole World. I think this poses a unique opportunity to improve our scientific and professional level and to increase the exchange of personal and veterinary professional experiences.

AVEPA will organize every year a big continuing education event together with TNAVC (The North American Veterinary Conference) from October 2007 onwards. Our biggest assets come from the experience of both associations in the organization of events with a high scientific level and good social and cultural activities. What’s the best of this new congress? An attractive city that contains the essence of the Mediterranean Selected dates in accordance to our climate A comfortable and spacious venue placed just in front of the beach and perfectly connected to the heart of the city. Countless first quality tourist and cultural attractions to complete an excellent social program. What’s new in this congress? Many simultaneous conference rooms for small animals and equine veterinarians and nurses. Never seen before in Europe. Many practical workshops that will be carried out at the modern premises of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. There are many and countless reasons that make this congress a must, but we’ve summarized them: “You should seriously consider coming to this big event if you don’t want to regret not having been here when others tell you”.

Ignacio Álvarez

I am confident that the first edition of this new AVEPA-SEVC Congress will please everybody and that we will be able to improve it in the future thanks to the acquired experience in this first one. The offer is so extensive that it will be difficult to avoid the overlap of some lectures and, therefore, every person will have to plan its own Congress. Moreover, the program has included a number of novel activities such as luncheons, limited assistance classes, or workshops with international acknowledged experts dedicated to those who want to go deeper into specific aspects of some areas of expertise. In short, we regard this as a great innovative educational bet and are confident that all this efforts will be worthwhile. The answer will depend on the acceptance and satisfaction of the delegates and on the suggestions you may send to make it better every year. Greetings


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BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

SPEAKERS Amalia Agut, Spain

Alessandra Fondati, Italy

Carmen Lorente, Spain

Sheilah Ann Robertson, US

Sonia Añor, Spain

Theresa W. Fossum, US

Hans Lutz, Switzerland

Stefano Romagnoli, Italy

Laura Armengou, Spain

Cristina Fragio, Spain

Carlos Macias, Spain

Xavier Roura, Spain

Josep Arus, Spain

Anton Fürst, Switzerland

Douglas Mader, US

Pilar Sagredo, Spain

Clarke Atkins, US

Lucía Gómez, Spain

Xavier Manteca, Spain

Fidel San Román, Spain

Jorg Auer, Switzerland

Gregory F. Grauer, US

Simón Martí, Spain

Andrés Sánchez Carmona, Spain

Mar Bardagí, Spain

Thomas K. Graves, US

Albert Martínez, Spain

Dídac Segura, Spain

Andrés Barreiro, Spain

Tim Gruffydd.Jones, United Kingdom

Jaume Martorell, Spain

David Senior, US

Linda Barton, Spain

Tomás Guerrero, Switzerland

Uli Matis, Deutschland

Mark Senior, United Kingdom

Marty Becker, US

Elizabeth M. Hardie, US

Pere Mercader, Spain

John Sheridan, United Kingdom

Livia Benigni, United Kingdom

Sarah Heath, United Kingdom

Yves Moens, Austria

Nadja Sigrist, Switzerland

Ellen Bjerkäs, Norway

Dominique Heripret, France

Rafael Molina, Spain

Marta Soler, Spain

Nicasio Brotóns, Spain

Peter E. Holt, United Kingdom

Andrés Montesinos, Spain

Steven F. Swaim, US

Ana Castejón, Spain

Marian C. Hornizek, The Nederlands

Philippe Moreau, France

Joseph Taboada, US

José Cerón, Spain

Ann Hutchison, United Kingdom

Ralf S. Mueller, Deutschland

Etienne Thiry, Belgium

Leah Cohn, US

John Innes, United Kingdom

Patrick Pageat, France

Don Thrall, US

Guillermo Couto, US

Sibylle Kneissl, Austria

Josep Pastor, Spain

Uwe Truyen, Deutschland

María Carmen Díaz Bertrana, Spain

Mike Kowaleski, US

Marta Prades, Spain

Miguel Valdés, Spain

Ignacio Durall, Spain

Christopher R. Lamb, United Kingdom

José Luis Puchol, Spain

Maite Verde, Spain

Yvonne Espada, Spain

Francisco Laredo, Spain

Sharon Redrobe, United Kingdom

Aldo Vezzoni, Italy

Peter Fahrenkrug, Deutschland

Rick LeCouteur, US

Virginia Reef, US

Manuel Villagrasa, Spain

Karen Felsted, US

Geoff Little, United Kingdom

Alain Regnier, France

Maxey L. Wellman, US

Josefa Fernández del Palacio, Spain

Pilar Llorens, Spain

Teresa Rigau, Spain

Ton Willense, The Nederlands

Tomás Fernández, Spain

Albert Lloret, Spain

Montserrat Rivera, Spain

Dick White, United Kingdom

NAVC Speakers : Edward Breitschwerdt, US David C. Twedt, US

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BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 2007

CARDIOLOGY MEETING ROOM 111

8.30-9.25

9.30-10.25

When the Specialist is Out: Case-Based Approach to Cardiac Disease Dr. C. Atkins

ACE Inhibitors and Azotemia in Dogs with Heart Disease Dr. C. Atkins

FELINE MEDICINE MEETING ROOM 117

SURGERY MEETING ROOM 113

ORTHOPEDICS MEETING ROOM 114

PAIN MANAGEMENT & ACUPUNCTURE MEETING ROOM 118+119

DERMATOLOGY MEETING ROOM 112

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING MEETING ROOM 115

REPRODUCTION MEETING ROOM 133+134

Liver Disease in Cats Dr. D. Twedt

Diagnosis and Management of Portosystemic Shunts Dr. R. White

Clinical Examination of the Stifle Joint Dr. M. Kowaleski

Introduction to Veterinary Acupuncture Dr. A. Hutchison

The Newest on Canine Atopic Dermatitis Dr. T. Willemse

The Role of Imaging in the Suspected Cancer Patient Dr. C Lamb

Clinical Correlates of Canine Pregnancy Dr. S. Marti

The Vomiting Cat Dr. D. Twedt

Pros and Cons of Neutering Dr. E. Hardie

Wedge Osteotomy: A Review of Results and Complications Dr. J. Puchol

Acupuncture Techniques Dr. A. Hutchison

The Value of Pathological Skin Patterns for the Clinician Dr. C. Lorente

Imaging Thoracic Neoplasia Dr. C Lamb

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10.30-11.30

11.30-12.25

Pericardial Diseases and Cardiac Tumors Dr. Fernandez del Palacio

12.30-13.25

Advances in the Management of Heart Failure Dr. C. Atkins

Lymphoma in the Cat Dr. G. Couto

Injection Site Sarcomas Dr. G. Couto

MEDICINA INTERNA

16.00-16.55

Cytology of Lymphoid Tumors Dr. M. Wellman

Cytology of Skin Massess Dr. M. Wellman

Clinical Comparison of TPLO and TTA Dr. A. Vezzoni

Case Based Studies in Acupuncture Dr. A. Hutchison

Chronic Pain in Dogs and Cats Dr. S. Robertson

Dermatophytosis in Cats Dr. A. Fondati

Imaging Abdominal Neoplasia Dr. A. Agut

Dystocia in the Bitch and Queen Dr. S. Marti

Conditions That May Mimic Neoplasia Dr. C Lamb

Cat Scratch Disease and Feline Bartonellosis Dr. E. Breitschwerdt

How I Treat Immune-Mediated Blood Diseases Dr. G. Couto

Surgery of the perineal T. Fernández

Patellar Luxation: What to Do When Dr. U. Matis

Urethral injuries in politraumatic patiens L. Gómez

Elbow Dysplasia – Lesions and Treatment Options Dr. J. Innes

How I Treat Surgical urethral obstructions L. Gómez

Feline Cholangitis Dr. D. Twedt Splenectomy Tips Dr. E. Hardie

Practice Valuation: A Practical Case Dr. J. Sheridan

The Canine Prostate: What it Does and Why Does it Grow So Much Dr. S. Romagnoli

Business Models and Corporate Practices: What Can We Learn? Dr. J. Sheridan

The Business of Veterinary Practice in Europe, An Overview Dr. J. Sheridan

LUNCH

Acute Pain Evaluation Dr. S. Robertson

The Ins and Outs of Adverse Food Reactions in Dogs Dr. P. Sagredo

Perioperative Analgesia Dr. F. Laredo

Adrenal Dysfunction and Alopecia in Dogs Dr. M. Verde

Clinical Aspects of Normal Fertility in the Male Dog Dr. J. Arus

Dental Problems in the Young Dog Dr. P. Fahrenkrug

Treatment of Fractured Teeth Dr. P. Fahrenkrug

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How I Treat Anaplasmosis: Of Cats, Dogs, Horses, Mice and Men Dr. E. Breitschwerdt

How I Treat Heart Failure Dr. Fernández del Palacio 18.30-19.00

TPLO: What Do We Know So Far Dr. M. Kowaleski

Feline Facial (and Neck) Dermatitis: A Problem-oriented Approach Dr. A. Fondati

DENTISTRY Controversies in Feline Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy Dr. C. Atkins

17.00-18.00

18.00-18.25

Diaphragmatic Hernia Dr. T. Fossum

A Practical Approach for Financial Management of Your Practice Dr. J. Sheridan

BREAK

LUNCH

13.30-15.00

15.00-15.55

Gastric Dilatation Volvulus – What’s New? Dr. T. Fossum

How to Predict and Control Canine Parturition Dr. J. Arus

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PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MEETING ROOM 116

Poor Semen Quality as a Cause of Canine Infertility Dr. S. Romagnoli

Using the Business Practices Study to Better Manage Your Practice Dr. K. Felsted

Understanding the Key Economic Indicators for Your Practice Dr. K. Felsted

BREAK

How I Treat Non-unions of Fractures Due to Osteomyelitis Dr. J. Puchol

How I Treat Non-unions and Mal-unions Dr. U. Matis

How I Treat Pain via the Spinal Route Part I: The Technique Dr. Y. Moens

How I Treat Pain via the Spinal Route Part II: The Drugs Dr. F. Laredo

How I Treat Pyoderma in Dogs Dr. A. Fondati

Dental Radiology in the Dog Dr. F. San Román

How I Treat Non-obstructive Dystocia in the Bitch and Queen Dr. S. Romagnoli

How I Treat Demodicosis Dr. P. Sagredo

How I Treat Mandibular Fractures in the Dog and Cat Dr. F. San Román

How I Treat Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia in the Dog Dr. S. Romagnoli

Analyzing Equipment Purchases for Profitability Dr. K. Felsted

Management tricks: Analyzing Equipment Purchases for Profitability: A Practical Case Dr. K. Felsted

The official languages at SEVC are English and Spanish (simultaneous translation in other languages will be also provided). Practice Management Meeting room will have translation in french sponsored by


BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2007 MEDICINE MEETING ROOM 114

8.30-9.25

How to Get the Most from Serum Protein Analysis? Dr. J. Cerón

9.30-10.25

Do We Trust Serum Chemistry Results? Case Examples Dr. J. Cerón

MEDICINE MEETING ROOM 117 Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases: Something Old, Something New Dr. E. Breitschwerdt

Canine Bartonellosis: An Emerging Disease Dr. E. Breitschwerdt

10.30-11.30

SURGERY MEETING ROOM 112

ORTHOPEDICS MEETING ROOM 111

Identificación y tratamiento de la enfermedad del oído medio R. White

Early Diagnosis and Treatment of Hip Dysplasia Dr. A. Vezzoni

Enfermedad prostática P. Holt

TPO or THR? Dr. M. Kowaleski

EMERGENCY/ CRITICAL CARE MEETING ROOM 118+119

L. Barton

L. Barton

BEHAVIOUR MEETING ROOM 127+128

Behavioural Issues in Multi-Cat Households Dr. S. Heath

Preventing Behaviour Problems in Puppies: Current Techniques in Veterinary Practice Dr. P. Pageat

The Hyperthyroid Cat with Diabetes Drs. T. Graves and J. Taboada

11.30-12.25

Diagnosis and Management of Juvenile Urinary Incontinence Dr. P. Holt

Osteoarthritis Multimodal Management Plan Dr. J. Innes

Transfusion Medicine Dr. N. Sigrist

Medical Causes of Behavioural Problems in Dogs and Cats Dr. X. Manteca

12.30-13.25

Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation Dr. G. Couto

Diagnosis of Leishmaniasis Dr. X. Roura

Urethral Sphincter Mechanism Incompetence Dr. P. Holt

Differential Diagnosis and Treatment of Growth-Plate Diseases Dr. A. Vezzoni

Management of Respiratory Emergencies Dr. C. Fragio

Diagnosis and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders Dr. P. Pageat

13.30-15.00

Peripheral Nerve Disorders Dr. S. Añor

Corneal Disease in Dogs Dr. E. Bjerkås

Flexural Deformities Dr. J. Auer

Personalizing the Delivery of Veterinary Medicine Dr. M. Becker

Ocular Emergencies Dr. M. Villagrasa

New Techniques in Cardiac Ultrasound Dr. V. Reef

Feline Corneal Diseases Dr. A. Regnier

Too Much Sugar, Not Enough Air: Managing Feline Diabetics and Asthma Drs. T. Graves and L. Cohn

Fluorescein Angiography in Cats Dr. M. Villagrasa

EAR DISEASE The Feline Fracture Patient Dr. U. Matis

L. Barton

Pathophysiology of Otitis Externa Dr. R. Mueller

The Advisory Board on Cat Diseases -a timely initiative -

Dr. M.C. Horzinek

Angular Deformities Dr. J. Auer

Splint Bone Fractures Dr. A. Fürst

16.00-16.55

Spinal Cord Injuries Dr. S. Añor

Histiocytic Disorders Dr. M. Wellman

Managing the Constipated Cat Dr. R. White

17.00-18.00

18.00-18.25

Acute Abdomen: Diagnosis and Management Dr. N. Sigrist

A Practical Approach to Otitis Externa Dr. R. Mueller

How I Treat Head Trauma Dr. S. Añor

How I Treat Rectal Neoplasia Dr. P. Holt

How I Treat Pleural Effusion in Cats Dr. C. Fragio

Therapeutic Options for Patients with Otitis Externa Dr. R. Mueller

The Exam Room: Secrets from the Temple of the Veterinary Medicine Part I Dr. M. Becker The Exam Room: Secrets from the Temple of the Veterinary Medicine Part II Dr. M. Becker

Chelonians Carapace Lessions Dr. N. Brotons

Rabbit and Rodents Dentistry Dr. N. Brotons

LUNCH

Acquired Diseases of the Retina and the Choroids Dr. A. Regnier

GI Evaluation with Ultrasound Dr. V. Reef

Supportive Care of the Rabbit: Keeping the Patient Alive Dr. S. Redrobe

Sneezing and snuffling - The challenges of feline uper respiratory disease

Congenital and Hereditary Retinal Disease Dr. E. Bjerkås

Thoracic Ultrasound Dr. V. Reef

Communicate with Your Clients within the Practice from Start to Finish Part II Dr. P. Moreau

Dr. T. Gruffydd-Jones

Ferret Endocrine Disorders Dr. A. Montesinos

Could this be bird flu? The feline link to H5N1 avian influenza Dr. E. Thiry

BREAK

How I Treat The Short Radius Syndrome Dr. M. Kowaleski

Antimicrobial Therapy in Reptiles Dr. D. Mader

Fact or delusion? The importance of evidence-based veterinary medicine

BREAK

How I Treat Leishmaniasis Dr. X. Roura

Bacterial/Fungal Diseases in Reptiles Dr. D. Mader

Communicate with Your Clients within the Practice from Start to Finish Part I Dr. P. Moreau

Dr. A. Lloret

Management of Radius/Ulna Fractures in Miniature Dogs Dr. J. Puchol

Personalizing the Delivery of Veterinary Medicine: A Practical Case Dr. M. Becker

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS MEETING ROOM 120+121

PAUSA CAFÉ

LUNCH

NEUROLOGY Non-Prostatic Dysuria Dr. P. Holt

PRACTICE MANAGEMENT MEETING ROOM 116

Hypertension Drs. G. Gauer and C. Atkins

LUNCH

Spotted Fever Group Rickettsioses Dr. E. Breitschwerdt

EQUINE MEETING ROOM 131+132

PAUSA CAFÉ

Clinician’s Causation and Infectious Diseases Dr. E. Breitschwerdt

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OPHTHALMOLOGY MEETING ROOM 133+134

Canine ChronicRenal Disease andOsteoarthritis Drs. G. Grauer and E. Hardie

PAUSA CAFÉ

How to Use the CBC to Diagnose Anemia Dr. G. Couto

15.00-15.55

CHERING PLOUGH COMPLEX DISEASE SYMPOSIUM M.R. 113

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Feline Panleukopenia something old, something new

How I Treat Herpes Virus in Cats Dr. E. Bjerkås

BREAK

How I Treat Neurectomies Dr. A. Fürst

Pricing of Veterinary Services: A Practical Approach Dr. Pere Mercader

How I Treat Common Cardiac Diseases Dr. V. Reef

Management tricks: What Do Clients Expect? Results of Compliance Studies for Vet. Practices Dr. P. Mercader

How I Treat Metabolic Bone Diseases in Reptiles Dr. D. Mader

Dr. U. Truyen

18.30-19.00

How I Treat Seizures Dr. S. Añor

How I Treat Canine Nasal Aspergillosis Dr. R. White

How I Treat Ununited Anconeal Process Dr. A. Vezzoni

How I Treat Septic Peritonitis Dr. N. Sigrist

Ear Flushes in Veterinary Practice Dr. R. Mueller

Fighting and managing feline retrovirus disease - the latest news

H. Lutz

Sponsored by:

Corneal Surgery Tips Dr. M. Villagrasa

How I Treat Rabbit Abscesses Dr. S. Redrobe


BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

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SCIENTIFIC PROGRAMME

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2007

MASTERCLASES

MEDICINE MEETING ROOM 117

WOUND MANAGEMENT MEETING ROOM 113

ANESTHESIOLOGY MEETING ROOM 114

EQUINE MEETING ROOM 131+132

PRACTICE MANAGEMENTMEETING ROOM 116

8.30-9.25

Problem Urinary Tract Infections Dr. D. Senior

Bandaging Problem Areas on Dogs and Cats Dr. S. Swaim

The Value of Preoperative Assessment in Small Animals Dr. M. Senior

Deep Flexor Tenotomy for the Treatment of Laminitis Dr. M. Valdés

Compensation Schemes and Performance Evaluation for Your Employees Dr. G. Little

9.30-10.25

Diagnosis and Treatment of Pancreatitis Dr. D. Twedt

Some Practical Plasties to Relieve Wound Tension Dr. S. Swaim

Understanding Anaesthetic Equipment: How and When to Use it Dr. M. Senior

Endoscopic Lavage for Septic Synovits: An Improved Prognosis? Dr. M. Valdés

A Practical Case on Performance Evaluation of a Veterinarian Dr. G. Little

Managing Hard-to-Heal Wounds Dr. S. Swaim

New Anaesthetic Agents: Are They Any Better? Dr. M. Senior

Current Trends in Regenerative Medicine for Soft Tissue Musculoskeletal Injury Dr. M. Prades

Organizing the Workplace: Job Descriptions, Individual Action Plans, Scheduling Dr. G. Little

Managing Large Wounds on the Trunk Dr. S. Swaim

Analgesia and Anaesthetic Plane: How Deep is Too Deep? Dr. F. Laredo

10.30-11.25

11.30-12.25

12.30-13.25

Inflammatory Bowel Disease Dr. D. Twedt

Avian Haematology and Cytology Dr. R. Molina

How I Treat Aspergillosis in Birds Dr. S. Redrobe The Feather Picker Bird Dr. A. Montesinos

Friday 19th October 2007 8:30 - 10:30h M.Room 120 &132 • Dysuria & Incontinence Cases Dr. P. Holt • Clinical Neurology Case Challenges Dr. R. LeCouteur 11:00 - 13:00h • Chronic renal disease Dr. G. Grauer * 17:00 - 19:00h • Behaviour Problems in Multi-Cat Housesholds Dr. S. Heath • Challenging Emergency Cases Dr. L. Barton

Current Trends in the treatment of OA Dr. M. Prades

Getting the Best from Your Team (Motivation, Leadership, Team Building) Dr. G. Little

Saturday 20th October 2007 Avian Endoscopy Dr. A. Montesinos

Hepatomegaly on Bird Radiograph: What to do Next? Dr. S. Redrobe

Informal lunchtime seminars provide the opportunity for scholarly discuccions with leading clinicians in small groups Meeting Room 120 & 132 Friday 19th October 2007 / 13:30 - 15:00 h

8:30 - 10:30h M.Room 129 & 130 • How to Get the Most Out of Your Labwork Dr. G. Couto y Dr. M. Wellman • Managing Chronic Pain in Cat Dr. S. Robertson 11:00 - 13:00h • MedicExotic Medicine: Knowing the Normal Dr. D. Mader • Pruritic Dermatitis Dr. M. Verde (presentado en español)* 17:00 - 19:00h • Management of Distal Limb and Paw Wounds Dr. S. Swaim

Sunday 21th October 2007

MEET THE PROFESSOR LUNCHEONS

Meeting Room 129 & 130 Saturday 20th October 2007 / 13:30 - 15:00 h

• Diagnosis and Treatment of Rickettsial Diseases • What to do with Heart Disease Before the Onset of Heart Failure? Dr. E. Breitschwerdt Dr. C. Atkins • Management of Ear Disease Dr. R. Mueller • What’s Unique About Feline Surgery? Dr. E. Hardie Registration is limited to 30 veterinarians and it has an extra fee (includes box lunch): On Site:

Become actively involved in the learning process in case oriented small group discussion

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PAUSA CAFÉ

Canine Liver Disease Dr. D. Twedt

OTHER COMPANION ANIMALS MEETING ROOM 120+121

78 €

8:30 - 10:30h

M.Room 118 & 119

• Misadventures with the Vomiting Cat Dr. J. Taboada • Endocrine Challenges Dr. T. Graves 11:00 - 13:00h • Osteoarhtritis Dr. John Innes* Registration is limited to 30 veterinarians and it has an extra free: Until July 6: 30 € Until September 14: 35 € Until October 10: 40 € On Site: 50 €

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The registration for the Masterclasses sponsored by Hill’s are free.

The attendance to Meet the professor luncheons and masterclasses is open just to the registrants at the main SEVC programme. All the Meet the Professor Luncheons and Masterclasses will be presented in English (except Pruritic Dermatitis)


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BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

CANINE ARTHROSCOPY Wednesday 17th October 2007 In this laboratory, participants will learn the practical application of arthroscopy in the shoulder and elbow joints for diagnosis and treatment of shoulder OCD and elbow dysplasia. At the end of this laboratory, participants should be able to introduce arthroscopy into their practice and will be able to build on their experience in the elbow and shoulder, before progressing to more challenging techniques. Coordinator: John Innes Instructor: Mike Kowaleski, Carlos Macías Lab length: 8 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 24 veterinarians Fee: 600 € TIBIAL TUBEROSITY ADVANCEMENT Thursday 18th October 2007 The TTA Course is intended to teach how to manage a cranial cruciate deficient stifle with this new technique, proposed as an alternative to TPLO, and to understand the biomechanical principles behind it. Participants will bring home the plastic bone with the implants used in the lab as a useful demonstration tool for clients. At the end of this wet lab, participants should be able to perform the surgical procedure. Coordinator: Aldo Vezzoni Instructor: Tomás Guerrero , Andrés Sánchez, Mike Kowalesky Lab length: 8 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 32 veterinarians Fee: 600 €

EXOTIC ANIMAL RADIOLOGY (DIGITAL) Friday 19th October 2007 - Morning Session After a brief introduction, delegates will have the opportunity to examine normal radiographs and diagnostic examples of some common conditions that affect the most common species of exotic animal. This will be followed by a series of case reports for delegates and instructors to discuss interactively. At the end of the wet lab, delegates should be able to interpret radiographs of the most common species and their most prevalent diseases. Each delegate will be assigned a personal computer with preloaded digital x-ray images. Coordinator: Sharon Redrobe Instructors: Douglas Mader, Nicasio Brotons, Rafael Molina & Andrés Montesinos Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: CCIB (Congress Venue)

WORKSHOPS AND LABS BASIC SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN HORSES Friday 19th October 2007 - Morning Session In this lab the basic techniques discussed in the morning lectures will be practiced on cadaveric limbs. These procedures can be performed by the practitioners in the field using simple surgical instruments. Coordinator: Jorg Auer Instructors: Anton Fürst, Marta Prades & Miguel Valdés Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 30 veterinarians Fee: 350 €

THORACIC RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION Friday 19th October 2007 - Afternoon Session A practical class in film-reading designed to help delegates working in small groups to practice their radiographic interpretation skills and receive guidance and feedback from experts. Coordinator: Chris Lamb Instructors: Andrés Barreiro Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: CCIB (Congress Venue) Places availables: 24 veterinarians Fee: 300 €

SMALL ANIMAL RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY Friday 19th October 2007 - Afternoon Session This wet lab is intended to help clinicians familiarize themselves with the principles of skin closure and reconstruction techniques commonly used in small animal practice. Sessions will include tips on how to make best use of the characteristics of smallanimalskinforprimaryclosure,randompatternflaps,axialandisland flaps, direct distant flaps and skin grafting techniques. Following this lab, delegates should feel confident to tackle most of the everyday wound and reconstructive challenges. Coordinator: Dick White Instructor: Steve Swaim, Ignacio Durall, MC Díaz-Bertrana Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 16 veterinarians Fee: 400 €

EQUINE ABDOMINAL, THORACIC AND MUSCULOSKELETAL ULTRA SOUND. PRACTICAL USE OF THE PORTABLE ULTRASOUND Friday 19th October 2007 - Afternoon Session This lab will cover basic techniques practitioners can do in the field using a portable ultrasound unit and applying it to abdomen and thorax of adults and foals, and selected joints. Coordinators: Marta Prades Instructors: Jorg Auer, Virginia Reef, Laura Armengou & Didac Segura Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 20 veterinarians Fee: 400 €

REPTILE MEDICINE: HANDLING AND CLINICAL APPROACH Friday 19th October 2007 - Afternoon Session The aim of this wet lab is to show to the registrants handling of reptiles and basic clinical techniques. At the end, participants should be able to handle these animals properly, obtain blood samples, administer fluids and drugs by different routes and obtain faecal and cytological samples. Coordinator: Douglas Mader Instructors: Nicasio Brotons, Andrés Montesinos, Jaume Martorell & Albert Martínez Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 20 veterinarians Fee: 400 €


BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

WORKSHOPS AND LABS HOW TO UNDERSTAND AND TREAT OTITIS EXTERNA Saturday 20th October 2007 - Morning Session The workshop will offer a brief review of anatomy, physiology and patho-physiology of the ear canal. A practical video-otoscopy with canine anatomical specimens and microscopic session with selected slides (cytology) will be provided to participants. Imaging options and treatments will be widely discussed. The goal is to enable participants to better understand and treat their own clinical cases of canine otitis externa. Equipment: Microscopes with  cytology slides, Video-otoscopes and cadaveric dog  heads. Coordinator: Dominique Heripret Instructors: Ralf Mueller & Mar Bardagí Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 20 veterinarians Fee: 400 € CYTOLOGY, HAEMATOLOGY AND ONCOLOGIC CYTOLOGY Saturday 20th October 2007 - Afternoon Session The goals of this course are to familiarize attendees with use of the microscope to make interpretations of cytologic specimens from various tissues. Differentiation of inflammation from neoplasia and the diagnosis of specific types of neoplasia will be discussed. Attendees will be allowed to review each case. Cases will then be discussed using the videomicroscope. Brief presentations will be given prior to each group of cases as a preview for the changes that are present on the glass slides. This is a very interactive laboratory with opportunity for individual attention from each of the four instructors. Coordinator: Guillermo Couto Instructors: Maxey Wellman & Josep Pastor Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: CCIB (Congress Venue) Places availables: 20 veterinarians Fee: 300 €

CANINE ABDOMINAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY Saturday 20th October 2007 - Afternoon Session A practical class in abdominal ultrasonography designed to help delegates working in small groups to learn basic ultrasonographic skills, gain knowledge of ultrasound anatomy, and receive guidance and feedback from experts. Coordinator: Amalia Agut Instructors: Chris Lamb, Livia Benigni, Yvonne Espada, Sibylle Kneissl & Marta Soler Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 24 veterinarians Fee: 400 €

HOW TO IDENTIFY OVULATION IN THE BITCH AND QUEEN THROUGH VAGINAL CYTOLOGY, VAGINAL ENDOSCOPY AND SERUM PROGESTERONE ASSAY Saturday 20th October 2007 - Morning Session This wet lab will focus on how to perform vaginal cytology in the bitch and queen, how to stain, read and interpret vaginal smears, how to perform and interpret a rapid serum progesterone test, and how to perform and interpret vaginal endoscopy in the bitch. At the end of this wet lab, participants will be able to accurately stage the reproductive cycle of the bitch and queen. Coordinator: Stefano Romagnoli Instructor: Simón Martí, Teresa Rigau & Montserrat Ribera Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: UAB Veterinary School Places availables: 20 veterinarians Fee: 400 €

ABDOMINAL RADIOGRAPHIC INTERPRETATION Sunday 21th October 2007 - Morning Session A practical class in film-reading designed to help delegates working in small groups to practice their radiographic interpretation skills and receive guidance and feedback from experts. Coordinator: Chris Lamb Instructors: Amalia Agut & Andrés Barreiro Lab length: 4 hrs Venue: CCIB (Congress Venue) Places availables: 24 veterinarians Fee: 300 €

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The SEVC workshops and laboratories use animals in strict adherence to the ethical oversight direction and approval by the Spanish regulations. In all instances the number of animals used is minimized. All efforts are made to avoid situations and procedures that would create anxiety and pain in animals and appropriate sedation and analgesic treatments will be applied whenever necessary. No animal will be euthanized to fullfill the needs of the SEVC workshops. Workshops General Suppliers

BUSSES DEPARTURES TO UAB Veterinary School (The busses will depart from the AC Barcelona Hotel) Morning Return 17/10 8:30 20:15 18/10

8:30

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19:15 13:45

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Note: the workshops will be conducted in small groups. They will be performance in English by the coordinator; the international instructors will facilitate the comprehension in other language. The organization will provide transportation between CCIB (congress venue) and Veterinary School (UAB). Buses sponsorized by Merial.


BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

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PRE-CONFERENCE SYMPOSIA Royal-Canin Symposium

Affinity Symposium MEETING ROOM 116

Thursday 18th October 2007 “SMALL ANIMAL MEDICINE AND CLINICAL NUTRITION FOR PRACTIONERS”

10:00 – Antioxidants in liver disease Jan Rothuizen (Holanda) 10:45 – Canine Leishmaniosis: Update 2007 Lluís Ferrer (España) 11:15 – Reserch and Development Affinity Petcare: Role of nucleotides in canine nutrition. Update in Gatrointestinal Management in Dogs. 12:00 – Coffee-Break 12:30 –Update on diagnosis and treatment of congenital cardiovascular diseases in dogs. Claudio Bussadori (Italia) 13:15 – Atopy in cats. Dominique Heripret (Francia) 13:45 – Lunch 14:30 – Diagnosis and management of calcium disorders in dogs and cats. Mike Hertatge (Reino Unido) 15:15 – Research and Development Affinity Petcare: Obesity Management in dogs.. 15:30 – Nutrition of the surgical patient Theresa Fossum (EEUU) 16:15 – Coffee-Break 16:45– What can I do for my cancer patient? Diagnosis and treatment of skin tumours Guillermo Couto (EEUU) 17:30 – End of the Symposium

Bayer Symposium MEETING ROOM 114

Thursday 18th October 2007 “PREVENTION AND CONTROL”

18:00 – Pet Assited Therapy. “Dogs, a path towards emotions” Alexia Falcó 19:00 – Update on the management and diagnosis of tick-transmmiteed diseases in dogs, with special emphasis on Ehrlichiosis and Anaplasmosis Laia Solano-Gallego 20:00 – Bugs or no bugs, that is the question: Bacterial skin infections in small animal practice Ralf Müller 21:00 – End of the Symposium

Virbac: Product Launch MEETING ROOM 122 & 123

Thursday 18th October 2007

19:00 – Canine LeishmaniAsis: Latest advances in the treatment - Guadalupe Miró This presentation will talk about the most important aspects of the treatment of the cL and the development and results of different clinical assays about efficacy and security of a new leishmanicidal molecule called miltefosine.

MEETING ROOM 115

Thursday 18th October 2007

“OBESITY: TACKLING A GROWING PROBLEM” (what a practitioner can do to fight obesity)

13:00 – Welcome lunch for the participants Chairman: Philippe Marniquet 15:00 – How I convince the owner to follow an obesity diet Gérard Müller (France) 15:30 – Obesity clinic what did we learn regarding owner’s motivation? Alex German (United Kingdom) 16:00 – What is important in an obesity diet: how to read a label? Mickaël Weber (France) 16:30 – Coffee-Break 17:00 – Pathophysiology of the control of food intake and body weight Thomas Lutz (Switzerland) 17:30 – Dealing with feline obesity - a particular challenge Sarah Heath (United Kingdom) 18:00 – The Slim Fit programme: a new tool to manage obesity Karen Gomot (France) 18:30 – Round table with all speakers 19:00 – End of the Symposium

Merial Symposium MEETING ROOM 111

Thursday 18th October 2007 “CANINE OSTEOARTHRITIS”

11:00 – Monography on canine osteoarthritis J. Innes (United Kingdom) 11:45 – Arthrosis in Human being R.M. Flipo (France) 12:30 – Control of Pain and Inflammation S. Tacke (Deustchland) 13:10 – Lunch 15:00 –Behaviour & Pain C. Beata (France) 15:40 – Medical and surgical therapies in the management of Canine OA C. Macias (Spain) 16:20 – Physical Rehabilitation of dogs G. Pueyo Montesinos (Spain) 17:00 – Pausa Café 17:30 – Firocoxib, a new generation of treatment: latest finding P. Hanson (US) 18:10 – Management of osteoarthritis in dogs: Guidelines from a board of European experts J.P. Genevois (France) 19:00 – End of the Symposium

There is no charge for attending to the pre-conference symposia, however, registration is required through the SEVC registration form (www.sevc.info).


BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

RECOMENDED VISITS SEVC Recommend you to Poble Espanyol (for kids and families) El Poble Espanyol was built in 1929 for the Barcelona International Exhibition as the pavilion dedicated to art. You are able to move through streets and squares all over Spain without moving from the same village. This open-air museum with narrow streets hides a whole world full of life: workshops, shops, museums, restaurants and green spaces for playing. For more information regarding Pueblo Español visit: www.poble-espanyol.com/pemsa/ en.html Visit Museum Futbol Club Barcelona The museum offers the chance to really get to know the stadium by taking a tour called “Camp Nou through the installations”, which takes visitors into the opposition changing rooms, down the tunnel and onto the pitch area. For more information: www.fcbarcelona.com Barcelona Tourist Bus The double-decker “Barcelona Bus Turístic” is the most convenient way to discover the city’s most interesting and attractive sights. You can get on and off the bus as many times and for as long as you like at any of the 44 stops. Combine 3 routes with the same ticket -you have six transfer stops- and...let yourself be transported! An informative guide about each of the stops is issued with the ticket, as well as a discount voucher booklet you can use at the main sights and landmarks. www.tmb.net/en_US/turistes/busturistic/busturistic.jsp

Museum of Science (Family Tour) The modern science museum in Barcelona, CosmoCaixa, is designed to stimulate the scientific knowledge and opinion of the community. Kids can learn with: the Bubble Planetarium pleases kids aged three to eight, and the wonderful Clik (aimed at ages three to six) and Flash (for ages seven to nine) introduce kids to sciencethroughgames.TocaToca!(‘Touch!Touch!’)educateschildrenaboutwhichanimals and plants are safe and which should be avoided. More information: www.cosmocaixa.com Barcelona Aquarium (Family Tour) One of the largest aquariums in the world featuring Mediterranean undersea life. An 80-metre, walk-through glass tunnel under the vast oceanarium, and 20 giant, themed tanks, will bring you face to face with sharks, sea horses, 8,000 animals and over 300 different species of plants. www.aquariumbcn.com

SEVC Recommend you to visit near Barcelona Port Aventura (Family Tour) Port Aventura, an amusement park located one hour from Barcelona, near Tarragona. An ideal place to spend the whole day with family. More information: www.portaventura.es Catalunya Bus Turistic Dalí’s Town and Girona One-day trip that takes you to two major towns in northern Catalonia: Figueres, with its landmark Teatre-Museu Dalí, and Girona, a monumental city, which is home to one of Europe’s best-preserved Jewish quarters. www.barcelonaturime.com

Montserrat, wineries and Sitges One-day trip taking you to some of Catalonia’s landmark sites, such as the holy mountain of Montserrat and the seaside town of Sitges. You will also have the opportunity to find out how wine is made at the Torres Winery.

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BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

GR OP A EN ND IN G

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SOCIAL EVENTS OPENING CEREMONY

CONGRESS PARTY

The Opening ceremony, will be held at the conference venue (CCIB) after the conclusion of the day’s sessions. It follow by a welcome cocktail offered at the exhibition hall.

After dinner, we invite you to the congress party, held at the Conference Venue (CCIB), where you may dance until sunrise and enjoy: Barcelona at night.

RAFAEL AMARGO

CONGRESS DINNER

Friday, October 19, 2007, 19.30 h.

Rafael Amargo is eclectic either ways; as a dancer or as a choreographer. He had from his teachers the purest flamenco style, although he has cleverly assimilated any new conception of dance through the years, like the lessons he learnt at Martha Graham´s School during his stay in New York. Rafael Amargo´s choreographies overflow with both conceptions, perfectly matched on the stage: Tradition and Modernity. His choreographies are often closer to contemporary dance, but they never move further away from the starting point, the backgrounds: Flamenco.

Intimate Intimate is a flamenco show by Rafael Amargo that reproduces the essential elements of this tradition and adds the contemporary view of the Choreographer. After achieving great success with shows such as Poet In New York, Entamblao or DQ…Passenger in Transit, Rafael looks toward a show with no technological but choreographic and musical pretensiousness. Intimate gathers its own meaning, is pure flamenco in its essence, completely free of unnecessary ornaments. Music and dance put at the service of the maximum expression of Flamenco. Intimate was originally created for the “Flamenco Viene del Sur” season, organized by the Junta de Andalucía and because of it great success it was included within Rafael Amargo’s repertoire.

The Opening ceremony and Party tickets are included in the enrolment fee for delegate and companying person registered to the congress.

Saturday 20th October 2007, 23.30 h.

Saturday, October 20, 2007, 21.00 h.

Thecongressdinnerwillbeheld atMaritimeExchangeBuilding, a neoclassical building, one of the most important examples of medieval Gothic architectures with a long history. Built in the 18th century over the existing medieval building, the Maritime Exchange Building is an historic monument to neoclassical architecture. It houses the Contracts Hall and the Consul Hall, making it one of the most important examples of two-storey medieval Gothic architecture of the Mediterranean region. To purchase a ticket please complete the registration form.

GOLF TOURNAMENT

First SEVC Veterinary Golf Open A three day event from October 16-18, 2007 The golf tournament will take place the previous days of the congress. For more information and registration please contact the SEVC secretariat (secre@sevc.info) or visit www.sevc. info


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BARCELONA, 19 al 21 Octubre de 2007

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ALOJAMIENTO

Área de negocios (Zona 4) 1. 20. 22. 23. 24. 26. 28. 29. 30. 31. 35.

NH Constanza **** Covadonga *** NH Numancia *** NH Belagua *** NH Condor *** NH Fórum *** NH Les Corts *** NH Master *** NH Sant Angelo *** Open *** NH Rallye ***

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Centro ciudad (Zona 3) Catalonia Duques Bergara **** Catalonia Ramblas **** Gótico **** Husa Barcelona **** Husa Avenida Palace **** NH Calderon **** Regente **** St. Moritz **** Montblanc *** NH Duc de la Victoria *** Rialto *** Suizo *** Taber ***

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NH Podium **** Silken Diagonal Barcelona **** Catalonia Princesa *** NH La Maquinista ***

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AC Barcelona **** Atenea Mar **** Barcelona Princess **** Husa Barcelona Mar **** Rafael Diagonal Port **** Vincci Marítimo **** Vincci Condal Mar ****


BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

EXHIBITORS LIST & EXHIBITION PLAN RESTAURANT

B17 Bayer

Affinity

AREA

Pfizer

KYON

Virbac

Practice

Divasa

Royal Canin

PROMHOVET

ADIVET

EVEREST

Centauro

Puertas de entrada

Affinity

AREA

ULTRA MED

EICKMEYER

ANIVET

MANO MEDICAL

ALERGO VET

Nestlé

QUALITY

CALIER

BASTOS Y TORBAL

Eukanuba

Esaote

Vetplus

3M

ESTEVE VETERINARIA

VET NOVA

FORT DODGE

ASIS

DERMOS CENT

MEETING ROOMS 113 A

STANDS PLANTA 1 (Editoriales y Asociaciones) ESAVS

VETMAT

VETMED BOCARE TEMPI

COFFEEBREAK

COFFEEBREAK

ONSTREAM

EMS

PETS NOW

Hill´s

NAVC

BAR

FREE LUDWIG LANCE

KRUUSE

BLACKWELL

INTERNET AREA

FARMA DIET

Schering Plough

Merial Henry Schein

SYSMEX

Bioibérica

B. Braun

PRAME INFORMATICA

MULTIMEDICA

RX CISNEROS

Novartis

KARL RAL BPC INSTRU VETLAB STORZ TÉCNICA BIOSED MEVET

IVIS

Idexx

VETNIL

LABORATORIOS KARIZOO, S.A. LABORATORIOS VETPLUS LUDWIG KEIPER GmbH & Co. Kg MANO MEDICAL MERIAL NANTA, S.A. NAVC NESTLÉ PETCARE ESPAÑA, S.A. NOVARTIS ONSTREAM COMMUNICATIONS OPTOMIC ESPAÑA, S.A. ORLANDO FERREIRO BELLO PFIZER SALUD ANIMAL PRACTICE CVM, S.L..L. PRAME INFORMATICA PROMHOVET, S.L. QUALITY COMPUSOFT, S.L. QUIMICA FARMACEUTICA BAYER RAL TÉCNICA PARA EL LABORATORIO RAYOS X CISNEROS, S.L. ROYAL CANIN IBÉRICA SAPROGAL, S.A.U. SCHERING-PLOUGH, S.A. SEDECAL SOLA DOMINGO, S.A. SOS GALGOS SYSMEX EUROPE GmbH UNIVET, S.L. VETCONTACT VETLAB, S.L. VETMAT, S.L. VETMEDCARE VETNIL VETNOVA VETOQUINOL E.V.S.A. VETS NOW LTD. VET-TÈCNIC, S.C.P VIRBAC ESPAÑA, S.A. VOORSAARSDAGEN WILEY-BLACKWELL

VOORSAARSDAGEN

Sedecal

SAPROGAL

3M ESPAÑA, S.A. ABCD ADIVET, S.L. AFFINITY ALCYON IBÉRICA ALERGOVET, S.L. ANIVET LTD. ASIS VETERINARIA B. BRAUN VetCare BASTOS Y TORVAL, S.L. BIOIBERICA BONTEMPI MEDIZINTECHNIK BPC BIOSED CENTRE VETERINARI VIC, S.L. DERMAPET DIVASA FARMAVIC, S.A. DOG NET, S.L. EICKEMEYER EMS ELECTRO MEDICAL SYSTEMS ESAOTE ESPAÑA, S.A. EVEREST FARMADIET VETERINARIA FORT DODGE VETERINARIA FREELANCE SURGICAL, LTD. GRAFICA MULTIMEDICA GRUPO BIOIMPIANTI HENRY SCHEIN HILL’S PET NUTRITION IBERAMIGO SAU IDEXX INSTRUMEVET INTECH, S.L. IVIS JORGEN KRUUSE A/S KALIBO CORREDURÍA DE SEGUROS KARL STORZ GMBH& Co. Kg KYON LA BOUVET LABORATORIOS CALIER LABORATORIOS ESTEVE, S.A.

ABCD

LA UNIVET OPTOMIC DERMA PET BOUVET

A-VET

Exhibitors List

Puertas de entrada

BIO IMPIANTI

Alcyon

KARIZOO ARION

VETO KALIBO VET TECNIC QUINOL

INTECH

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BARCELONA 19 - 21 October 2007

3M España, S.A. STAND B3 Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena , 19 – 25 , 28027 Madrid 91 3216000 gdiez@mmm.com , www.mmm.com Bandages : Vetrap, Comfort Wrap , Equisport. Tapes and First aid dressings :Micropore, Transpore, Durapore, Medipore, Tegaderm, Tegaderm + Pad , Medipore + Pad. Protection Collars : 3M . Wound closure : Grapadoras Precise ,Steri-Strip, Vetbond. Immobilization systems : Vetcast, SoftCast. Sterilization products : Steri-Dual, Attest. Surgical drapes : Steri-Drape. Gowns and Masks :3M. Stethoscopes : 3M Littmann. Pet care products : 3M Mascotas. ADIVET S.L. / PERRORIAS STAND Cv26 POLIGONO ERLETXES ,ZONA D, PABELLON Nº 13 GALDACANO -48960 - VIZCAYA 94-4566900 koldo@adivet.com www.adivet.com Perrorias is a way of life, not just a doggie life, but life in general. It is an idea for individual interpretation, free of dogmas and corsets. Leave those bones for other dogs! It is also an opportunity to belong to a group of people that doesn’t want any dogs in the manger, people that are searching for a way to live their own lifestyle, without judging others. A way of life, a way of style! ALCYON IBERICA STAND B3 Ingeniero Fernandez Casado, 3 28823 COSLADA - MADRID 902 360 426 Commercial.iberica@alcyon.com www.alcyon.com Alcyon always to the vanguard of the veterinary sector, looks for best products permanently to develop its profession. New features: Echograf GE. Laser surgery, Hydrofisio, Analyzers of haematology. more of 1000 veterinarians they give its confidence us ALERGOVET S.L. STAND CV15 Luis Cabrera 92 - 28002 - Madrid 91 413 44 72 info@alergovet.com www.alergovet.com Alergovet is a multinational company specialized in the management of veterinary allergy (dogs, cats and horses). We offer you the most complete line including “in vivo” (IDR) and “in vitro” (serological) tests. We can run samples for environmental and food allergens. Also we can supply individualized immunotherapies with diverse dosage schedules including one cluster dosage in which the maximum dose is reached in only 15 days. Alergovet offers it services among all Europe (please contact with us to look for your nearest office). ARION STAND CV30 Ronda de Poniente, 9 28760 TRES CANTOS (Madrid) 902 111 651 nanta@nutreco.com www.arion-petfood.es; www.arion-petfood.com Arion is a highly specialist pet-food company. Our technical teams work with our research center to develop each product or feed programme carefully. Then, before it reaches the market, it is analysed and approved at independent laboratories. Our wide range of products are focused to traditional channels so that we can guarantee the standard of technical and sales services that professional’s in the pet markets deserves.

MEDICAL EXPRESS VETERINARIA (BASTOS & TORVAL, S.L.) STAND C-10 y C-11 COLONIA GALOBART, S/N 902 320 310 www.medical-vet.com B. Braun VetCare SA STAND B13 Carretera de Terrassa, 121 08191 Rubí Tel. + 34.93 586 62 00* vet.es@bbraun.com www.bbraun-veterinaria.es B.Braun VetCare SA is part of the B.Braun Group, which has been present in Spain since 1955, with headquarters in Germany. In Spain, the B.Braun Group has two production plants (in Rubí and Jaén) that supply a large number of markets. B.Braun VetCare SA was created in October, 2007 with the experience from more than 10 years of presence of the B.Braun Group in the veterinary market, where its constant works on research and development for veterinary products intend to provide solutions to the new needs in Animal Health. The fluent and constant communication that we maintain with veterinary practitioners is helps us to carry out this task.

Fort Dodge Veterinaria, S.A. Orense, 4 – 4ª planta 915981336 915972423 fortdodgespain@fdah.com www.fortdodge.eu C3 y C4 Fort Dodge Animal Health is the veterinary division of Wyeth, a multinational pharmaceutical company from the USA. FDAH is a worldwide leader in the research and development of products for animal health. We have launched the first parvovirus vaccine including the CPV2b strain, against circulating field virus, the first feline vaccine with five antigens, the first canine coronavirus vaccine, the unique prophylactic treatment for heartworm disease with a single injection, the first vaccine against FIV and the first vaccine against canine leishmaniosis Laboratorios Calier, S.A. STAND C-12 C-13 Pol. Ind. Mas Blau II C/ Alta Ribagorza, 6-8 (Edif.. Grupo INDUKERN) 93.506.91.00 www.calier.es laboratorios@calier.es Laboratorios Calier, leading company in the sector of animal health in Spain, manufactures and commercializes since 1968 pharmaceutical, hormonal and immunological specialties for animal use only in a large variety of presentations such as injectable, lyophilized, liquid , powder and tablets . Laboratorios Calier, S.A. has subsidiaries in USA, Mexico, Venezuela, Colombia, Brazil, Uruguay, Portugal, Morocco and Poland and counts with a distribution network that operates in more than 70 countries.

Dermoscent (importador en España: Solà Domingo SA – vet24.com) STAND C1 Solà Domingo SA – vet24.com c/ Fusters nº 3 43204 Reus 902-500-824 info@vet24.com Dermoscent® is the dermocosmetic brand of Laboratoire de Dermo-Cosmetique Animale (LDCA), the first French dermocosmetic laboratory specially designed to care the beauty of skin and hair of domestic animals. Dermoscent® products are always innovatory, formulated with 100% natural active ingredients and with easy and rapid application methods. Dermoscent’s first product, Essential 6 Spot-on, is a perfect example. Dermoscent® has too, a skin cleaning and treatment range, with or without rinse. Dermoscent products are validated though stringent tolerance tests as well as efficacy tests through clinical trials under control of veterinarians. EVEREST STAND CV25-CV26 C/ Francesc Layret Nº 9. Pol. Ind. El Plà. 08750 MOLINS DE REI 902.108.848 info@everest-tecnovet.com www.everest-tecnovet.com Company with more than 20 years of experience in veterinary market. We dedicate our activity to manufacture, sell and distribution of veterinary equipment. We are specialist in surgery tables, anaesthesia equipments, surgery illumination and all type of equipment for surgery rooms. Farmadiet Veterinaria STAND C52 Conxita Supervia, 15 93 409.90.40 jlleo@fdg-farmadiet.com HENRY SCHEIN S.A. STAND B4 AVDA DE LA ALBUFERA 153 28038 MADRID 00 34 91 330 81 00 ventasvet@henryschein.es PROCTER & GAMBLE PET CARE CAMÍ VELL DE SANT CUGAT S/N PARC EMPRESARIAL CAN SANT JOAN, 08191 RUBÍ (BARCELONA) 935520016 www.iberamigo.com eukanuba@iberamigo.com

IDEXX

STAND A1

STAND B5

Entenza, 61 5º 1ª 08015 Barcelona 934142608 934147478 Jordi-gimeno@idexx.com IDEXX, world leader in Vet Diagnostics, will introduce during AVEPA-SEVC Tradeshow, some new products and programs: IDEXX UA (urine analyzer), IDEXX IVLS, Leishmania Campaign,………. Visit our booth and we will introduce you those news and more

INTECH, S.L. STAND Cv34 POLIGONO EMPRESARIUM. C/ALBARDIN, 9 – NAVE A09 50.720-LA CARTUJA BAJA (ZARAGOZA) 976-75.17.68 intech@intechsl.com www.intechsl.com Intech s.l., leader Company at veterinaries radiology sector goes with AVEPA at the annual meeting, with the high frequency X- Ray equipments up to 500mA. After 1.500 veterinarian installations, Intech bets for the Digital Direct Radiology, with more than 10 installation already installed and being the only equipment with the Flat Pannel technology, no with CCD camera, with a radiological resolution over than 16.000 Gray scale, 16Mb and 0.127mm pixel size on a 30x40cm format. It also includes an acquisition and treatment software that is very easy to work and with a high versatility, we invite you to see it at our stand. And the most important thing, less than 0.1s after the x-ray beep and the radiography will be show at the high resolution screen of the computer and the equipment gets ready for a new projection. Do you imagine a complete radiographic study (from the head to the tail) of your patients in less than 15 seconds? Do you want to post for a secure immediate future? Laboratorios Karizoo, S.A. STAND CV 29 Mas Pujades, 11-12 – Pol. Ind. La borda 08140 Caldes de Montbui (Barcelona – España) 93 865 41 48 karizoo@karizoo.com www.karizoo.com Descripción (máximo 10 líneas) Castellano Laboratorios Karizoo S.A. (founded in 1983) is a company devoted to the production and distribution of pharmacological and nutritional products, with the aim of improving the health of the cattle and increase both the health and the welfare of pets. The activity of the company is structured in two main areas: 1.Companion animals: commercialization of pharmacological products 2.Production animals, with two business divisions: a.Production and distribution of nutritional products b.Production and distribution of pharmacological products, both license-owned and from other laboratories Its headquarters are located in Caldes de Montbui, a city integrated in the industrial ring of Barcelona. Nestle PetCare España, S.A Avda. Can Campanyà, s/n. Polig. Ind. Comte de Sert 08755 CASTELLBISBAL (Barcelona)

STAND B12

937724500 937724590 marta.estruch@friskies.nestle.com Nestle PetCare Spain is the Company that manufactures and commercialize products related to petfood and petcare and counts with exclusive brands for Specialist Channel: Elite Nutrition and Tonus.


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ULTRAMED ECOGRAFIA

VETMAT, S.L.

Avda de Europa 20B. Parque Empresarial La Moraleja. 28108 Al-

AV. MARE DE DÉU DE MONTSERRAT, 51

Presillas, 8-10

POLIGONO INDUSTRIAL ERLETXE, PAB.13, ZONA D

cobendas, Madrid

08970 – SANT JOAN DESPÍ (Barcelona)

24010-Trobajo del Camino-LEON

48960 GALDACANO (VIZCAYA)

91 4909900

934808047

987179949

+34 944 560 010

91 4909718

933730092

987179949

+34 944 568 958

www.pfizer.es

e-mail: ral@ral-sa.com

ultramed@ultramedecografia.com

vetmat@vetmat.com

Pfizer Animal Health, the leading company in meeting the needs

url: www.ral-sa.com

www.ultramedecografia.com

http://www.vetmat.com

of veterinarians and leader in research and development of phar-

RAL is a 100% Spanish company and was founded in 1980. It started

Cv21

maceutical products, has made available to veterinarians innova-

its activity in September 1980 and since then it offers its service

Ultramed is a young company which trades Zonare ultrasound sys-

VETMAT, S.L. is a company which produces and distributes surgical

tive products such as Convenia, which facilitates the completion

to all friends and customers in the Clinical-Chemistry Diagnostic

tems inSpanish vet and human markets. Zonare has developed

instruments and veterinary medical equipment nationwide. The

of antibiotic treatment, and Cerenia, the only pharmaceutical

field, in a direct way in Spain, through its own sales force and Te-

the first convertible ultrasound platform based on its revolutio-

company was founded in 2.002 year by people with more than 15

product registered for emesis in dogs. In this edition of the SEVC

chnical Assistance net. Abroad, through its exclusive distributors.

nary ZONE technology. The only 2 Kgrs. wheight system delivers

years’ experience in Small animal veterinary market. The aim of

Congress, we want to take the opportunity to launch a new pro-

Thanks to the capillary structure and its human factor, RAL can

higher quality images than conventional ultrasound systems. More

VETMAT is to provide small animal practitioners the whole range

duct, Slentrol, aimed at the treatment of obesity and overweight

stand as a vanguard company in the in vitro diagnostic field, offe-

information www.ultramedecografia.com

of products they need in their daily work. Among the range of pro-

in dogs

ring to all customers a continuous service.

Pfizer Salud Animal

STAND B3

RAL TECNICA PARA EL LABORATORIO, S.A.

STAND C 46

STAND C27

ducts VETMAT distributes there are disposables, surgical instruUNIVET S.L

STAND 38

ments, X-Ray accessories, Anaesthetic equipment, electromedical

PRACTICE CVM SLL

RAYOS X CISNEROS, S.L ELECTROMEDICINA STAND C28

EDIFICIO MEDICINA, UNIVERSISAD AUTONOMA DE BARCELONA,

devices, Laboratory instruments, clinical furnitures, diagnostic

Cuesta de la Esatacion 8 Bajos

MARIANA PINEDA, LOCAL 8

08193 BELLATERRA

equipment and monitoring systems. The aim of VETMAT is to pro-

E-31500-Tudela de Navarra- España

916105918 / 916199727

93 581 3361

vide small animal practitioners the whole range of products they

948821713

916199727

93 581 46 40

need in their daily work. Vets can also visit VETMAT’s web site

948824655

rayosx@teleline.es

univet@uab.es

where they can be informed about products and special offers.

948825674

w.w.w.rxcisneros.com

www.univet.es VETOQUINOL E.V.S.A

cvm@cvm.es www.cvm.es

RX Cisneros S.L Medical Devices was founded 20 years ago. We

PARQUE EMPRESERIAL SAN FERNANDO, EDIFICIO ITALIA 1ª PLANTA,

are specialised in the Veterinary Sector. RX Cisneros S.L Medical

VetNova Salud SL

28830 SAN FERNANDO DE HENARES , MADRID

CVM is a company specialized in Ultrasound and Blood Analyzers

Devices considers mandatory to provide the highest quality in our

Fuente el Toro, 40. Nave 10.

91 678 42 88

founded by vets. CVM trades products under exclusivity and is

products and services. RX Cisneros has established the following

28710 El Molar. Madrid.

91 676 41 71

supported by a distributors network all over Spain. Since CVM

basic objectives: to offer highest quality products and full invol-

918 440 273

m.montoya@vetoquinol.es

considers systems themselves are only a part of the solution, they

vement in research & development and innovation of new pro-

918 410392

l.lazaro@vetoquinol.es

also provide training and specialized technical service.

ducts that match the market needs. We could find us in C28 Stand

vetnova@telefonica.net Laboratorios Vetplus, S.L.

in AVEPA Congress. Quality CompuSoft, S. L.

Pasaje Salvador Espriu, 2-4 2º2ª VET-TÈCNIC, S.C.P.

STAND CV31

Prudencio Álvaro, 8

Schering-Plough, S.A.

902 100 142 y 91 181 25 90

C/Cantabria 2 Planta 3 Edificio Amura 28108 Alcobendas Madrid

91 181 25 99

91 567 30 00

PG. MANUEL GIRONA, 59 BAIXOS 3

666.618.188

E – mail

91 662 97 74

08034 BARCELONA

93-223.20.70

animalesdecompania@spcorp.com

932030492 - 609791857

info@laboratoriosvetplus.com

www.schering-plough.es

932030187

flora@laboratoriosvetplus.com

Web

winvet@qcompusoft.com

www.qcompusoft.com

Quality CompuSoft is a software company founded by and for

08908-Hospitalet Llobregat – Barcelona 93-289.63.36

vet-tecnic@vet-tecnic.com

veterinaries, exclusively dedicated to company and luxury pet

Schering-Plough is proud to be MAIN SPONSOR of 1st SEVC Con-

www.vet-tecnic.com

sector and it’s the author of WinVet®, the first Complete Manage-

gress.

SKYPE: vet.tecnic.spain

ment Program for Veterinary Clinics in Spain for Windows.

Schering-Plough offers you a broad line of products and services

ANGEL GUIMERA, 179-181

Its design makes itself the most specialized, easiest to use, and

to meet your daily needs: QUANTUM PERRO, ZUBRIN, OTOMAX,

08950- ESPLUGUES

most secure tool oriented for veterinary clinics.

ORBAX, EXSPOT, OPTIMMUNE, ISOBAVET, MVOL

BARCELONA

Come and meet us at our boot where we will inform you about

93 470 79 40

technical and commercial novelties.

93 371 91 11

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.

VIRBAC ESPAÑA, S.A.

infocliente@virbac.es

STAND B8v1

STAND B14



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