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Veterinarian Center AUNA
Especialidades Veterinarias
(Valenсia, Spain)

Dear Colleagues

we would like to present you the Second PanEuropean Veterinary Endoscopy Clinical Cases Conference – the New Format of Endo Surgery Conference


The main idea of the conference is presenting the answers to the question HOW DO YOU ENDOTREAT?

by the practitioners using endoscopy in day-by-day vet practice

EVENDOC - 2018

New Look to Endoscopy
and Endosurgery

Small animal Section

Conference Program


 

Small Animal Section Moderators

First Day:
Transluminal Endoscopy and Endosurgery

May-4
10:00–13:00

Transluminal Endoscopy Clinical Cases presentations (GI, Rhino, Oto, Cysto, etc)

15 minute practical presentations

10:00–10:15
Welcoming speech
10:15-10:30
Marc Vanhoegaerden / Vetclinic «Den Eikbos» / www.deneikbos.be / Belgium
Marc Vanhoegaerden / Vetclinic «Den Eikbos» / www.deneikbos.be / Belgium

PCCL or not ???

Decision making between hydropropulsion and transurethral stone removal with small open ended baskets in the male dog (a case series)

10:30-10:45
Antoine Adam - VETMIDI - SWISSVETGROUP - Switzerland
Antoine Adam - VETMIDI - SWISSVETGROUP - Switzerland

«How to STERILIZE all your endo-surgery equipments»

A new revolutionnary machine and technology is now on the market.

11:00-11:15
Partner presentation
11:15-11:45
Coffee break
11:45-12:00
Sergey Semenistyy/Russian School of Guide Dogs of the Russian Association of the Blind/Moscow, Russia/ www.sobakaprovodnik.ru
Sergey Semenistyy/Russian School of Guide Dogs of the Russian Association of the Blind/Moscow, Russia/ www.sobakaprovodnik.ru

«Endoscopic methods of diagnostic and treatment of infertility in bitches. Hysteroscopy as the method of luteal insufficiency diagnostic and treatment.»

The presentation describes clinical cases which prove the effectiveness of endoscopic treatment of cystic endometrial hyperplasia/pyometra, chronical endometritis and luteal insufficiency.After the successful endoscopic treatment bitches produced healthy puppies.

12:00-12:15
Katja Pfeil/ Tierklinik an der Dresdner Heide/ Dresden/ Germany
Katja Pfeil/ Tierklinik an der Dresdner Heide/ Dresden/ Germany

My first two years of endoscopic surgery.

What have I learned (not to do anymore)!

12:15-12:30
Chernova Anastasia / Vetclinic «Medvet», Moscow, Russia / www.med-vet.ru
Chernova Anastasia / Vetclinic «Medvet», Moscow, Russia / www.med-vet.ru

«New method in NOTES-transgastric gastropexy in dogs».

This operation is carried out with a preventive purpose in large dogs with a risk of gastric inversion. Transgastric assisted gastropexy is a surgical procedure performed through natural openings, using a flexible gastroscopy and special tools. This technique is considered to be minimally traumatic and less invasive, since it does not require intervention through the abdominal wall in comparison with standard and laparoscopic techniques of gastropexy.

12:30-12:45
Marina Barižon, Vetclinic MORE (Croatia)
Marina Barižon, Vetclinic MORE (Croatia)

«Our experience with capsule endoscopy in dogs».

Capsule endoscopy is relatively a new tool for our veterinary clinic that has been proven efficacy in human medicine diagnosing multiple small bowell diseases.
Most frequently it can be used for diagnosing tumors, parasites, polips, ulcers and any sort of gastrointestinal bleeding.

12:45–13:00
Partner presentation
13:00–14:00
Lunch
14:00–17:00

Live Ops with Live Transmission

14:10–14:30
Endoscopically bronchoalveolar lavage (real clinical case)
Endoscopically bronchoalveolar lavage (real clinical case)
14:30–15:00
Coffee break
15:10–15:50
Laser endosurgery in urinary tract (real clinical case)
Laser endosurgery in urinary tract (real clinical case)
15:50–16:20
Coffee break
16:20–16:50
Transluminal Percutaneus Endoscopic Gastrostomy (real clinical case)
Transluminal Percutaneus Endoscopic Gastrostomy (real clinical case)
16:50–17:00
Discussion
17:00–19:00
Resting time
19:00–...
Gala Dinner

All EVENDOC participants are invited to the Gala Dinner in the MELIÁ MEETING Hall of the Hotel.

Second Day:
Percutanious Endosurgery

May-5
10:00–13:00

Live Ops with Live Transmission

10:00–10:35
Laparoscopic biopsy (real clinical case) with 3D videosystem
Laparoscopic biopsy (real clinical case) with 3D videosystem
10:35–11:00
Coffee break
11:00–11:40
Laparoscopic removal remnant ovary with 3D videosystem
Laparoscopic removal remnant ovary with 3D videosystem
11:40–12:10
Coffee break
12:10–13:00
Laparoscopic gastropexy with mesh (real clinical case) with 3D videosystem
Laparoscopic gastropexy with mesh (real clinical case) with 3D videosystem
13:00–14:00
Lunch
14:00–17:00

Percutanious Endosurgery Clinical Cases presentations (Lap, Thorac, Arthro, etc)

15 minute practical presentations

14:00-14:15
Antoine Adam - VETMIDI - SWISSVETGROUP - Switzerland
Antoine Adam - VETMIDI - SWISSVETGROUP - Switzerland

«A new 3 mm Vessel sealing device:»

6 month of use in cats and small dogs mini invasive surgeries.

14:15-14:30
Emil Ofner, Vetclinic MORE (Croatia)
Emil Ofner, Vetclinic MORE (Croatia)

«My first experience with Asorbable Modified Polymer as aid in haemostasis during laparoscopic procedures».

14:30-14:45
Maurício Veloso Brun (Brazil)
Maurício Veloso Brun (Brazil)

«Treatment of dioctophymosis in dogs by laparoscopic nephrectomy «.

Dioctophymosis is a very important disease that affects wild/domestic animals and human. In most of cases, the parasite Dioctophyma renale causes irreversible renal injury in dogs and the only possible treatment is nephrectomy. We indicate the laparoscopic approach as first choice to treat severe dioctophymosis in dogs by nephrectomy. On the other hands, in some cases is possible to treat removing intraperitoneal free parasites.

14:45-15:00
Laparoscopic adrenalectomy in dogs
Laparoscopic adrenalectomy in dogs
15:00-15:15
Ivan Jevtic, Veterinary clinics «IVAVET» Belgrade, Serbia; www.ivavet.com
Ivan Jevtic, Veterinary clinics «IVAVET» Belgrade, Serbia; www.ivavet.com

«Assisted laparoscopic ovariohysterectomy with pyometra in dog».

Our patient was six year old female American staford terrier with closed pyometra.After inicitial ultrasound examination we decided to do laparoscopic – assisted ovariohysterectomy. On follow — up examination no complications were reported.

15:15-15:30
Maurici Batalla, Endoscopia Veterinaria Móvl, Barcelona. www.cirugiaanimalnoinvasiva.com
Maurici Batalla, Endoscopia Veterinaria Móvl, Barcelona. www.cirugiaanimalnoinvasiva.com

«Thoracoscopic treatment of a diaphragmatic hernia in a female dog».

A laparoscopic ovariectomy was going to carry out in an abandoned female dog with no respiratory symptomatology. A diaphragmatic hernia was found with adherences between the liver and the pericardium and between the liver and a lung lobe. The surgery was done thoracoscopally and the diaphragm closure with open surgery.

15:30–15:45
Coffee break
15:45–16:00
Francisco J. Pérez Duarte/VETMI/Spain/www.vetmi.es
Francisco J. Pérez Duarte/VETMI/Spain/www.vetmi.es

«COMBINED THORACOSCOPY/LAPAROSCOPY TO REMOVE A VEGETAL FOREIGN BODY».

A vegetal foreign body that had migrated from lung to abdominal cavity was remover using a combination of thoracoscopy and laparoscopy.

16:00-16:15
Francisco Martínez Gomariz. Centro Murciano de Endoscopia Veterinaria. Murcia. Spain. www.bonafeveterinaria.com.
Francisco Martínez Gomariz. Centro Murciano de Endoscopia Veterinaria. Murcia. Spain. www.bonafeveterinaria.com.

«OVE-Lap in female cats. Technique with two trocars without transabdominal grip. Results after 200 cases».

The presentation describes the OVE-Lap technique in female cat with two unique trocars of work without the use of traction systems applied in 200 females patients, describing the particularities of the technique and evolution of surgical times,
demonstrating the feasibility and therapeutic safety offered by this modification of the laparoscopic technique.

16:15-16:30
Kumiko Ishigaki & Kazushi Asano / Nihon University / Japan
Kumiko Ishigaki & Kazushi Asano / Nihon University / Japan

Thoracoscopic thoracic duct clipping and partial pericardectomy and laparoscopic cisterna chyli ablation for treatment of idiopathic chylothorax in dogs.

16:30-16:45
Ikuya Ehara / St. Luke’s Animal Medical Center / Osaka, Japan
Ikuya Ehara / St. Luke’s Animal Medical Center / Osaka, Japan

Canine laparoscopic cholecystectomy: description on suitable procedures and surgical outcome in 60 cases.

16:45-17:00
 Juan Ramón Granados / Ayora Veterinary Endoscopy Service/Valencia.Spain / https://ayoraendoscopiaveterinaria.es
Juan Ramón Granados / Ayora Veterinary Endoscopy Service/Valencia.Spain / https://ayoraendoscopiaveterinaria.es

«Low diameter 2.7 mm telescope for the laparoscopic ovariectomy in dog. Where is the limit?»
This communication reports 2 cases in which we used the 2.7 mm telescope for laparoscopic ovariectomy, in two respectively 18 and 19 kg weighed dogs and to discuss in which limit we can point the use of mini-instruments related to the body size of the dog

17:00–18:00
Goodbye Drink

Goodbye Drink for all Participants of the Conference – BEST PRESENTATION AWARD CEREMONY

Equine Section


Equine Section Moderators

Equine Section

4 May
10:00–13:00
Equine Endoscopy and Endosurgery

Equine Endoscopy Clinical Cases presentations

Protocols (draping, trocar introduction, anesthesia,…. trics and fals)

— Laparoscopic abdominal exploration, intestinal biopsy
— Laparoscopic castration of normal stallion – do`s it make sense?
— Laparoscopic cryptorchid castration – which method is preferable?
— Open panel discussion (own results and or cases)

Ovariectomy

— Open panel discussion about different techniques
— Ovariohysterectomy
— Complications (intestinal puncture, horse falling down……. and so on)
— Open panel discussion

13:00–14:00
Lunch
14:00–17:00
Equine Endoscopy and Endosurgery

— Inguinal hernioplasty
— Closure nephro-splenic-space
— Foramen epiploic mesh closure
— Closure of internal hernias
— Nephrectomy

Practical Part – Laparoscopy

Operation Video Analysis

— Presenting own cases (participants)
— Presenting sophisticated cases

19:00–...
Gala Dinner (together with others participants)

New Look to Endoscopy and Endosurgery

PARTNERS

Thanks to our partners

Organizational Committee

Dinner in the MELIÁ MEETING Hall

The conference will be organized in the beautiful Valencia – one of the most amazing cities of the Mideterranian coast of Spain.

All EVENDOC participants are invited to the Gala Dinner in the MELIÁ MEETING Hall of the Hotel.

The event will be organized in the form of national costume masquerade ball and will start at 19:00 on 4th May with welcome speech of Organizers.

We ask everybody to bring the national costumes or just some elements of the costumes of the countries of their origin.

The participant or group of participants will have to present their country.

Please don’t formalize this presentation and be creative.

It will be the PASS to the EVENT.

Best 3 costumes will be awarded by SPECIAL PRIZES of THE ORGANIZATIONAL COMETEE.

Dinner in the MELIÁ MEETING Hall

Registration as a participant


Early Registration

Fee – 250 Euro

Early  Registration

Regular Registration

Fee – 280 Euro

 

Registration after 01.02.2018

Late Registration

Fee – 300 Euro

Late Registration after 01.04.2018

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Venue

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Meliá Valencia Hotel

Address: Avenida Cortes Valencianas 52 Valencia
E-mail:  melia.valencia@melia.com
Tel: (34)963030000