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We are very happy to inform you that it is now possible to register for our next conferences: Feline Medicine, Small Animal Cardiology, Small Animal Nephrology and Urology.
As before we have invited outstanding specialists-clinicians and some authors of textbooks, which are used in teaching environment for veterinarians worldwide!
It is a great opportunity to widen your knowledge and use the great experience of our lecturers. Don’t miss it!
The ESVNU are pleased to announce that there will be a pre-congress day on Wednesday 13th September 2017 in Malta before the main ECVIM programme starts. We are excited to have an excellent panel of speakers joining us from Europe (Dr Zoe Halfacree, Dr Randi Drees, Dr Iveta Becvarova) and USA (Dr Larry Adams, Dr Urs Giger, Dr Jane Robertson). Information on the programme can be found at http://esvnu.eu/news/esvnu-pre-day-programme and http://www.ecvimcongress.org/programme/esvnu_precongress.
We will also have our usual Nephrology and Urology stream at the main ECVIM congress where our key speakers include Dr Michaelangelo Campanella, Dr Jessica Quimby and Dr Luca Aresu with a theme of renal ageing. Further information about registering for ECVIM congress can be found at
International 3-Day Workshop „ Fundamentals of Small Animal Dentistry and Oral Surgery” is the first meeting in this kind provided by VetCo in a professional Medical Education Centre CEMED in Warsaw, Poland. Workshop had been provided by world veterinary dentistry leaders: Boaz Arzi from VMTH University of California, Davis and Santiago Peralta from Cornell University Hospital for Animals. Fourteen Veterinarians from Poland, Finland, Estonia and Israel took part in it. They showed great commitment and quickly absorbed the presented knowledge, finally obtaining a certificate!
Workshop was very successful thanks to companies who provided the best available dental equipment and instruments: Hu-Friedy (dental equipment), Kol-Dental Plandent Division (dental X-ray, equipment), HEINE Optotechnik (surgical lamps) and Zurmed (dental units), Hurtownia Weterynaryjna KOLME (additional materials) and support of Scanvet Poland.
We are happy to inform that the schedule for "Small Animal Cardiology" with Sonya Gordon and Matt Miller is available at our website: Conferences -> Small Animal Cardiology -> Program or http://www.vetco.org/en/conferences-2017/small-animal-cardiology/program
We encourage you to get a look at it!
Dr Goggs clinical research interests include platelet dysfunction, feline and canine thromboembolic disease, and canine IMHA and IMTP. In his PhD he investigated roles of the small G-proteins in the regulation of platelet shape change and secretion.
Article “Pulmonary Thromboembolism”, written with Livia Benigni, Virginia Luis Fuentes and Daniel L. Chan, is available on the University of Pennsylvania website. It contains the pathophysiology, clinical signs, diagnostic modalities, and therapeutic options for pulmonary thromboembolism (PTE) in small animals.
Did you know that Philipp Mayhew and Michele Steffey from University of California in Davis pioneered the intraoperative use of near-infrared imaging? Just after promising results of their innovative treatments other veterinary schools also purchased similar specialistic equipment.
Douglas DeBoer is the world-renowned expert in veterinary dermatology. His clinical interests are mainly atopic dermatitis and recurrent bacterial skin infections.
He is one of the specialists who created the first guidelines for the treatment of canine atopic dermatitis – „Treatment of canine atopic dermatitis: 2010 clinical practice guidelines from the International Task Force on Canine Atopic Dermatitis”. This document, updated in 2015, is the primary and indispensable source of informations about the treatment of atopic dermatitis (CAD).
Agnieszka Neska-Suszyńska DVM is well-known Polish specialist. Her main interests are nephrology, urology and endocrinology. In her Referral Veterinary Clinic SpecVet in Warsaw, she consults difficult cases from all over Poland, provides a modern and comprehensive diagnosis and advanced treatment, including renal replacement therapy (hemodialysis). She was deepening her skills under the guidance of the best American internists at the clinic AMC in New York and at the University of California in Davis, among others Larry D. Cowgill, a pioneer in the application of hemodialysis in companion animals.