Date

17-18th March 2017

Location

Bucharest, Romania

Number of tickets

50 (50 remaining)

Speakers

3 international speakers

CONGRESS

"We’re proud to announce the 3rd Edition of the RoVECCS Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Congress, that will be held on the 17th-18th of March (Conference) and 13th-16th of March (workshops) in Bucharest, Romania.
With the first two editions being a real success, the upcoming congress will challenge the veterinarian professional to “ThinkFAST, ActFAST” when managing SEPSIS, blood gas analysis, intoxications, IVD disease and much more!
The speakers will address the latest novelties in these subjects and vouch to provide practical information as well as scientific knowledge applicable to the general practice veterinarian. On top of it all, you will benefit from the famous Romanian hospitality and get to enjoy the wonderful city of Bucharest – known for its beautiful architecture, vibrant night life and delicious food! "

*Scientific programme topics are subject to change until 1 dec 2016, please stay in touch with our Facebook page for further updates.

- Registration

- Opening ceremony

- How to survive dealing with emergencies : Tips and Tricks for your practice - T.Grave

- Intoxications 1 : General treatment principles - T.Grave

- Cofee (30 min)

- Intoxications 2: Pathophysiology and management of the most common intoxications - T.Grave

- Lunch (1h 15 min)

- IVD disease: Diagnosis, Treatment, Prognosis - C.Maas

- VD disease look-a-likes: Differential diagnosis for IVD disease (eg Fibrocartilaginous Emboly; Extra /intradural malignancies, Hemorrhage, Discospondylitis, Wobbler, Degenerative Lumbosacral Stenosis) - C.Maas

- Drinks & snack(45 min)

-Traumatic Emergencies part 1: Hit By Car, Gun Shot Wounds - C.Maas

- Environmental Emergencies: Electrocution; (Near) Drowning; Heat Stroke; Hypothermia and Frostbite - C.Maas

- Party

- Respiratory emergencies 1 : Initial management of the dyspnoeic patient - T.Grave

- Respiratory emergencies 2 : Pathophysiology and management of the most common respiratory emergencies - T.Grave

- Cofee (30 min)

- Beginner’s guide to blood analysis - T.Grave

- Lunch(1h 15 min)

- FAST Ultrasound - K. Gommeren

- Cardiac function in sepsis and SIRS - K. Gommeren

- Tombola(15min) + Drinks &snacks (45min)

- Effusions – pathophysiology and work-up - K. Gommeren

- Addisonian crisis - K. Gommeren

- Closing ceremony

WORKSHOP

1. Emergency Neurosurgery workshop


1 day practical wetlab
15th and 16th of March (maximum 12 participants/day)
Morning:
  • Introduction: surgical approaches and instruments
  • Cerebrospinal taps: skull/C1 and lumbar
  • Epidural injection lumbosacral space (LS junction)
  • Ventral slot, decompression C3-C4
Afternoon:
  • Hemilaminectomy L1-L2
  • Dorsal laminectomy L7-S1

2. TFAST/AFAST Workshop – Focused Abdominal and Thoracic Emergency Ultrasound Techniques


1 day practical wetlab
15th and 16th of March (maximum 10 participants/day)

3. MINIMALLY INVASIVE PROCEDURES IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND THERAPY OF THE RESPIRATORY EMERGENCIES IN DOGS

THEORETICAL PART – MARCH 13

- REGISTRATION

- NASAL BLEEDING (DVM. C. IFTEME)
REVERSE SNEEZING VS STERTOR VS STRIDOR (DVM B. BOFAN)
NASAL NEOPLASTIC DISEASE (DVM. C. IFTEME)
RESPIRATORY FOREIGN BODIES (DVM. C. IFTEME)

- COFFEE BREAK

- RESPIRATORY OBSTRUCTIVE DISEASE
LARYNGEAL PARALYSIS VS LARYNGEAL COLLAPSE (DVM. F. BRANDÃO)
TRACHEAL COLLAPSE VS STRICTURE VS HYPOPLASIA (DVM. F. BRANDÃO)
NEOPLASTIC OBSTRUCTIVE DISEASE OF THE NASAL CAVITIES (DVM. F. BRANDÃO)

HANDS ON – MARCH 14

HANDS ON
ANTERIOR RHINOSCOPY
NASOPHARYNGOSCOPY
LARYNGOSCOPY
TRACHEO-BRONCHOSCOPY
SAMPLING FOR RESPIRATORY ENDOSCOPY
FOREIGN BODY RETRIEVAL


FREE SNACKS AND DRINKS DURING THE EVENT

Sponsors / For sponsorship deals, please contact office@roveccs.ro

Speakers

TOBIAS GRAVE

TA GPCert(SAP) DACVECC MRCVS

American Veterinary Specialist in Emergency and Critical Care
Tobias completed a Vets Now Residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the University of Glasgow and acquired “Specialist” status by becoming board certified as a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care in 2013 in San Diego. Tobias has lectured worldwide at different veterinary meetings, including the largest International Emergency Symposium (IVECCS, USA) and the largest European Veterinary Congress (BSAVA, UK). He has published various veterinary articles in English and German and is chairman of the British Association of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (BAVECC). He was previously nominated for the “Pet Plan Vet of the year” and won the “Vets Now Referral Clinician of the year” award in 2013. He is currently leading the ECC referral service and is the director of the internship programme at VetsNow Glasgow Referral Hospital.

Ceriel Maas

DVM DiplECVS

Ceriel graduated in 2000 from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. He then worked for two years as a teacher in veterinary anatomy at the faculty in Utrecht and as part-time small animal vet in a mixed practice. From 2002-2006 he was a resident in small animal surgery and following his residency he worked in two referral practices in Amsterdam and Oisterwijk. In 2008 he passed his specialist exams and became a diplomat of the European College of Veterinary Surgery. Since that moment he has been working as an orthopaedic and soft tissue surgeon at Veterinaire Specialisten, a referral practice in the south of the Netherlands, where he became a full partner in 2012. From the beginning of 2017 this referral practice will be relocated in a fully restored historic fort in Vught. He also works as a teacher and surgeon in the surgery department of the University Clinic in Utrecht, where he trains students and residents.

Kris Gommeren

DipECVIM-CA MSc

Kris graduated and performed an internship and a residency in internal medicine at Ghent University, where he helped in the development of the ECC-service and blood bank. He briefly worked in a referral practice in the Netherlands, before obtaining his diplomacy and moving to Liège University. Since 2008 he is in charge of the ECC-service at Liège University, and remains involved in the internship and residency training program in internal medicine. He recently defended his PhD on cardiac effects of the systemic inflammatory response syndrome in companion animals. Besides this work in a university setting Kris is the current president of EVECCS, is an internal medicine consultant for a veterinary laboratory, helps his wife both in her 2-vet small animal practice, as trying to raise their 2 small children.

Registration Fees

Congress Fee

250
equivalent of 1150 RON
ROVECCSCON01-2017

AFAST/TFAST Workshop Fee

250
equivalent of 1150 RON
ROVECCSWOR01-2017

NEUROSURGERY Workshop Fee

450
equivalent of 2100 RON
ROVECCSWOR02-2017

ENDOSCOPY Workshop Fee

450
equivalent of 2100 RON

If you pay online (by card) payments will be made using RON (Romanian curency - Lei).
Payment can also be made by bank transfer. For bank transfers in Euros, please use the Euros bank account: IBAN: RO38BTRLEURCRT0304405801, Swift code BTRLRO22.
For bank transfers in RON, please use the Romanian bank account: IBAN: RO88BTRLRONCRT0304405801, Swift code BTRLRO22.

Location

hotelcaro.ro
Barbu Văcărescu Street, 164A, București, Sector 2, 020285, Romania.

Delegates will benefit from special prices.

Contact / office@roveccs.ro