Date

21-24th March 2019

Location

Cluj-Napoca

Speakers

4 international speakers

CONGRESS

It is our pleasure and honor to invite you all to the 5th annual Romanian Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Congress in Cluj-Napoca, Romania.

Cluj-Napoca, our new location this year, is a multicultural city and the heart of Transylvania.This city has so much to offer: history, architecture, amazing legends, modern and traditional cuisine, and an eclectic environment. From Cluj-Napoca you have easy access to visit the entire Transylvania if you wish ( i.e Alba-Iulia Citadel, Sighisoara- Vlad Dracul Home- the place where it is assumed that Vlad Tepes (Dracula) was born). There are also endless options for hicking where you will experience unique sceneries (Turzii Gorges, Vladeasa Mountain, Rimetea, Apuseni Mountains, etc).

Our Venue
Cluj- ARENA. It fits perfectly with our theme this year- TEAM (Together Everyone Achives More). We are sure you will love this location!

As usual, we will offer excellent state-of-the-art workshops and lectures as our deepest desire is to satisfy your hunger for science and to improve the quality of services provided to the critically ill patients.

This year we have numerous spekers: three from USA, two from UK, one from France, four from Romania and two MDs. They will share their knowledge and experience and will challenge you to a mental marathon.

Wednesday, before the workshops, we invite you to join us to a hiking trip. It has became a known fact that we organize a hiking trip in the mountains each year before the event begins. Our next destination is a wonderful trip to the legendary Apuseni National Park, a unique experience that bounds colleagues with incredible lifelong memories. If Carlsberg is “probably the best beer in the world”, Apuseni Mountains are “probably the best place in Romania” (Stefania Zazuleac)

Of course, do not forget the workshops on Thursday, they are all very usefull. There will not only be study and work, we will also have fun: do some sightseeing, taste the delicious Romanian food and wine, party like there’s no (lectures) tomorrow and connect with new and wonderful people from all over the world.

The Saturday evening of the congress, we organize the RoVECCS party, which we are famous for by now. The NEW venue : Roata Faget Guesthouse, located near Faget forest, offers a cosy environment and delicious food and is the perfect place for an evening filled with fun and socialization.
(http://roatafaget.ro/)

Contact
For more info please contact our organizer or follow our FB group, page and website.
Organizer: Cosmin Muresan
office@roveccs.ro
cosmin@roveccs.ro

For informal or urgent issues please use 0722991306

FB group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1533767173560568/
FB page: https://www.facebook.com/roveccs/

ABOUT US

Our mission:
  • Gather all those who are passionate about or working in veterinary emergency and critical care: practitioners, students, nurses and practice managers.
  • Promote the study, development and practice of veterinary emergency and critical patient care in Romania and Eastern Europe.
Organizational structure:
  • Laura Ilie - President
  • Adrian Iurcenco - President 2014-2018, founding member
  • Cosmin Mureșan – Vicepresident, founding member
  • Sînziana Rădulescu – Secretary, founding member
  • Ioana Cafriță, Cristian Cristea, Andrei Tutuneanu, Radu Boncea - founding members.
RoVECCS, at a short glance:
  • 2015 – 1st congress at the National Contemporary Art Museum(House of Parliament),Bucharest.
        200 attendees & 4 international speakers, workshop, social events and party. Our top speakers were Dan Chan, DACVECC, Aidan McAlinden, DECVS, Louise Clark, DECVAA, and Sérgio Guilherme, Diagnostic Imaging.
  • 2016 & 2017 – 2nd & 3rd editions at Hotel Caro, Bucharest – about 250 attendees
        6 international speakers,4 workshops, great parties and wonderful social events.
         Among our speakers: Howard B. Seim III ,DACVS, Dominic Barfield, DACVECC, Ambra Panti, DECVAA,Tobias Grave, DECVECC, Kris Gommeren, DECVIM-CA, Ceriel Maas, DECVS.
  • 2018 - 4th edition at Regina Elisabeta’s Theatre, Bucharest – about 200 attendees
        9 speakers, 3 days of talk, 5 workshops, social events as well as parties
        Speakers: Francesco Staffieri DVM, PhD (anesthesia), Aaron Jackson, DACVS, Jocelyn Patterson, DACVECC, Jaqueline Nobles,
        DACVECC Laura Ilie, DACVECC, Adrian Iurcenco,DVM Cosmin Muresan,DVM, PhD, Cristian Cristea,DVM, Sinziana Radulescu DVM, MRCVS.

Scientific programme

- Registration precongres

- Welcome Coffee 15 min

- Ioana Cafriță DR. MED VET, MRCVS

- Sînziana Rădulescu DR. MED VET, GP CERT(EM&S) PG DIP VCP, MRCVS

- Adrian Iurcenco DR. MED VET, MRCVS

- Coffee 30 min

- Andrei Tutuneanu DR. MED VET

- Cristian Cristea DR. MED VET

- Cosmin Mureșan DR. MED VET, PhD, MVSc - Resuscitation of canine and feline neonates: advances and challenges

- Lunch break (1h)

- Céline Pouzot-Nevoret DVM MSC, PHD - Sindromul brahicefalic

- Céline Pouzot-Nevoret DVM MSC, PHD - Complicații respiratorii în ICU

- Coffee & Snacks(30 min)

- TEAM up - interactive case based discussion between participants and TEAM RoVECCS (Sînziana Rădulescu, Laura Ilie, Adrian Iurcenco, Cosmin Mureșan and Cristian Cristea)

- Happy hour - sponsored

- Registration

- Welcome Coffee 15 min

- Tim and Howey Show - "From ER to the OR"
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This series of lectures are intended to give participants a general and thorough knowledge of the medical and surgical aspects of emergency and critical care. Drs. Hackett and Seim work together in a busy small animal clinic.  They will bring their medical and surgical interactions concerning a variety of critical care patients from the hospital to the classroom. Lectures will be given using a team-approach; both lecturers will interact to present the medical and surgical aspects of each case. 

Extensive use of videos will give participants a ‘real life’ experience whilst at the meeting.  Topics may include general principles of pre-operative critical care, principles of emergency surgery, as well as medical and surgical management of a variety of gastrointestinal, respiratory and urinary emergencies.

Specific cases may include gastric dilatation volvulus, mesenteric volvulus, penetrating abdominal trauma, laryngeal paralysis, brachycephalic syndrome, pneumothrorax, pyothorax, diaphragmatic hernia, severe pulmonary contusion,  uroabdomen, and urethral obstruction.

- Coffee 30 min

- Tim and Howey Show - "From ER to the OR"

- Lunch break (1h)

- Tim and Howey Show - "De la Camera de Urgență la Chirurgie"

- Royal Canin short communication

- Coffee & Snaks

- Tim and Howey Show - "From ER to the OR"

- Party!

- Sleep more!

- Wake-up coffee 30 min

- Dan Sebastian Dirzu MD, PHD, DEAA

- Constantin Bodolea MD, PHD, DEAA

- Coffee 30 min

- Laura Ilie DR. MED VET, MS, DACVECC

- Laura Ilie DR. MED VET, MS, DACVECC

- Lunch break (1h)

- Tombola 15 min

- Laura Ilie DR. MED VET, MS, DACVECC

- Closing talks

WORKSHOP

1. E/CC Dry lab (30 participants)


1. EKG interpretation
2. Diagnosis and treatment of some of the most common cardio emergencies
3. Case-base discussion
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This workshop will provide a clear and concise understanding of the pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment of some of the most common cardiac emergencies in veterinary medicine (i.e ventricular tachycardia, supraventricular tachycardia, atrial fibrillation, atrial standstill, sick sinus syndrome). We’ll discuss at length EKG interpretation, pros and cons of medications used for each condition, prognosis and much more.

2. E/CC Dry lab (30 participants)


1. DKA/HONK
2. Addison’s disease
3. CIRCI - myth or reality?
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Luckly, endocrine disorders are usually chronic in nature and for the most part these are the “problem” of an internist. However there are a handfull of situations when an endocrine disorder can be a real emergency and our patients will need immediate care. Most of the patients presenting with an endocrine emergency have non-specific clincial signs and a plethora of other metabolic disorders which makes the diagnosis more challenging.

Rapid identification and proper treatment can make the difference between life and death for the patient. We will discuss how we can diagnose and, more importantly, how to treat patients with DKA, HONK, Addison’s disease, CIRCI, Pheochromocytoma and other conditions.

3. E/CC - Wet lab (15 participants)


POCUS - Point of care ultrasound - part I

- Lunch break (1 hour)


POCUS - Point of care ultrasound - part II

4. SURGERY - Wet lab (12 participants)


Practical techniques in emergency surgery - part I

- Lunch break (1 hour)


Practical techniques in emergency surgery - part II

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This course is designed to teach participants the technical aspects of a variety of emergency surgery procedures. Some ‘theory’ will be included in the lectures, but emphasis will be placed on ‘how’ to perform each procedure. Topics have been chosen that represent emergency surgical conditions frequently seen in veterinary practice. Video of clinical case material will be used extensively throughout the lectures to help illustrate each technique.

Who should attend?

This course is designed for veterinarians interested in performing emergency surgery procedures. Techniques have been chosen that represent many of the common emergency surgery procedures that are likely to be performed in a busy emergency practice. The hands-on practical laboratory will give participants the opportunity to practice techniques discussed in the pre-lab lecture. If you have been thinking of incorporating more emergency surgery coverage in your practice, this course is a must.

What the course will help the attendees to do?

  • update their knowledge of common emergency surgical procedures
  • increase confidence levels in performing emergency surgery procedures
  • successfully treat a variety surgical disorders associated with urgent care patients
  • review regional anatomy associated with each surgical technique
  • realize that many emergency surgery procedures can successfully be performed in veterinary practice

Learning objectives:
By the end of this course delegates should have a thorough understanding of:

  • important anatomic structures associated with each procedure
  • recent developments and new techniques in emergency surgery
  • the instructors philosophical views on emergency surgery procedures
  • how to quickly and safely perform emergency surgical procedures

Speakers


Howard Seim
III DVM, DACVS
Colorado State University

Dr. Seim is a graduate of Washington State University. He did his internship at Saskatoon, Canada, residency at the AMC in New York City and has been teaching small animal surgery at Colorado State University for 26 years. He was Chief of the Small Animal Surgery section at Colorado State University from 1992 to 2002.

Dr.Seim has garnered accolades for his teaching ability. He was co recipient of the 1993 Merck AGVET Award for Creative Teaching and was awarded Colorado State Universities N. Preston Davis Award for Instructional Innovation in 1995.

Dr.Seim is well recognized for his knowledge of and experience in the field of neurosurgery and soft tissue surgery. He has presented innumerable scientific papers in these fields, and has authored or coauthored many book chapters. Dr.Seim has been involved in a variety of research projects, particularly studying various implants for spinal fusion and disk replacement.

Dr.Seim authored the neurosurgery section of the text Small Animal Surgery, Fossum editor, Mosby Yearbook, Inc. 1st Edition, April 1997, and 2nd Edition, December 2001
Dr.Seim is also the founder of Videovet.

Howard Seim

III DVM, DACVS


Timothy Hackett
DVM, MS, DACVECC
Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Colorado State University

Dr Hackett is a board-certified Emergency and Critical Care veterinarian, Professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences and the Director of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital ot Colorado State University.

Dr. Hackett, has become a leader in CSU’s Emergency and Critical Care Service and an expert resource for the community on pet first aid and medical emergencies of companion animals.

Dr. Hackett has been practicing Emergency and Critical Care medicine for almost 22 years. He graduated from Colorado State University in 1989 with his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, and then completed an internship at West Los Angeles Animal Hospital. He returned to CSU for a three-year residency in Emergency and Critical Care and a master’s program in clinical sciences. Following his residency, Dr. Hackett went back to California as the first Diplomate in Emergency and Critical Care in Southern California, where he practiced for two years prior to joining the CSU faculty in 1996.

Timothy Hackett

DVM, MS, DACVECC


Céline Pouzot-Nevoret
DVM, MSc, PhD
National Veterinary School of Lyon, Marcy-l'Étoile, France

Dr. Pouzot-Nevoret graduated from the Veterinary School of Lyon in 2002. After a rotational internship, she started to work at the intensive care unit (SIAMU) of the Veterinary School of Lyon, where she is now an associate professor. She is a European board-certified specialist (Dipl. ECVECC) since 2018. She is actively involved in French and European ECC societies, and she is actually the president of the European Emergency and Critical Care society (EVECCS).

Her main field of interest are the management of respiratory distress patient and mechanical ventilation.

Céline Pouzot-Nevoret

DVM, MSc, PhD


Constantin Bodolea
MD, PhD, DEAA
UMF Iuliu Haţieganu Cluj-Napoca

Dr Bodolea is a primary physician of ATI and since 2013 University Lecturer and Head of ATI II Chair, Department of Surgery, UMF Iuliu Haţieganu Cluj-Napoca. He is a Diplomte of the European Academy of Anesthesia and Intensive Care, a status obtained in 2002 in Uppsala, Sweden.
Dr Bodolea has participated in various exchanges of experience between numerous clinics including university clinics in Germany (Duisburg), Switzerland (Bern) and Sweden (Uppsala). His main areas of interest are locoregional anesthesia, acute postoperative pain therapy, intensive care of the elderly patient, intensive septic shock therapy.
He actively participates in the training of doctors in anesthesia and intensive care. He is the founder and organizer of the intensive care service of the ATI Clinic Cluj-Napoca Clinic. He is director of various scientific research grants, and collaborator in numerous research grants.

Constantin Bodolea

MD, PhD, DEAA


Dan Sebastian Dîrzu
MD, PhD, DEAA
UMF Iuliu Haţieganu Cluj-Napoca

Dr Dirzu is a primary physician and Assistant Professor at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy "Iuliu Haţieganu" Cluj Napoca. He is the founder and President of the Romanian Association for Regional Anesthesia and Pain Therapy (ARAR) and the representative of Romania in the council of the European Society of Homonyms (ESRA). He is the secretary of the European Society of Computing and Technology in Anesthesia and Intensive Care (ESCTAIC) and is Senior Editor of the Wiley Clinical Cases Reports.

His main interests are loco-regional anesthesia with ultrasound guidance, intervention management in acute and chronic pain therapy, medical education based on simulation, difficult airway management. Dr Dirzu has been a coordinator and trainer in numerous workshops and courses in the country and abroad.

Dan Sebastian Dîrzu

MD, PhD, DEAA


Laura Ilie DVM, MS, DACVECC
Diplomate of American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Veterinary Specialty Center, Buffalo Grove, IL

Our very first Romanian ECC diplomate and our new RoVECCS President, Laura started with shelter medicine in Romania (serving where the need was the most needed) just after graduation while continuing her academic career, following a Masters program at the Bucharest Veterinary Faculty.

Later she made a difficult but so daring personal decision - to relocate to USA and to start from scratch. She worked as a veterinary technician under board certified criticalists for a few years before taking her ECFVG Certification, then for another year as an intern and an emergency veterinarian. She then pursued a three year residency in E/CC at Purdue University.

She has learned from her patients and her diverse cultural experiences that the limits are only imaginary boundaries and that she can break those strong walls that our mind sometimes sets for us. She did that before so many times, so why not go further and conquer the crest of the specialty she loved since she was back in Bucharest saving distressed animals, E/CC medicine.

Laura Ilie

DVM, MS, DACVECC


Cosmin Mureșan
DR. MED VET, PhD, MVSc
USAMV Cluj-Napoca

From 2016 until present Dr. Cosmin Mureșan has been Assistant Lecturer at the Department of Surgery, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, USAMV Cluj-Napoca. Between 2004 and 2016 he worked as a veterinarian at the Emergency Hospital of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Cluj-Napoca. He attended externships in several universities in Europe (University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna - Austria, Royal Veterinary College, London - the United Kingdom, National Veterinary School of Lyon - France, University of Bern - Switzerland, Small Animal Clinic Hohenheim - Germany).

He obtained the title of Doctor of Veterinary Medical Science (Ph.D.) with the thesis entitled "Hemodynamics in resuscitated cardiac arrest with neuroprotection through therapeutic hypothermia and memantine in swine".

He participated as a lecturer at various conferences and workshops in Romania and abroad and has a consistent scientific activity. He is Vice-president and founding member of the Romanian Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society as well as Secretary of the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society.

Cosmin is Vice-president and founding member of the Romanian Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society as well as Secretary of the European Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society (EVECCS).

Cosmin Mureșan

DR. MED VET, PhD, MVSc


Ioana Cristina Cafriță
DR. MED VET, MRCVS
New Priory Veterinary Hospital, Brighton, UK

Ioana graduated in 2011 from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest and joined her friends in co-founding Hemopet, the first canine blood bank in Romania. She then moved to the UK where she completed a 12 month rotational clinical training scholarship at Davies Veterinary Specialists. Since then she has spent time working in general practice, focusing more on emergency and critical care cases and went on to co-found the Romanian Emergency and Critical Care Society. She is currently training for the BSAVA postgraduate Certificate in Emergency and Critical Care.

Ioana is part of the ECC team of the New Priory Veterinary Hospital in Brighton, UK.

She spends her free time with her husband, their two year-old son and Meme, the family's beloved Miniature Pinscher.

Ioana Cristina Cafriță

DR. MED VET, MRCVS


Adrian Iurcenco
DR. MED VET, MRCVS
Clinical director, criticalist, surgeon and owner at SpeedVet, Bucharest

After graduating from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest he spent one year working for different private clinics.In 2007 he finished a rotational internship at the Veterinary Faculty in Utrecht and later that year he started the SpeedVet veterinary emergency service in Bucharest.

SpeedVet is now one of the best provider of veterinary E/CC services in the country. Since then he followed several ESAVS (European School for Advanced Veterinary Studies) courses and in 2014 co-founded RoVECCS (Romanian Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society) together with several friends interested in E/CC. Adrian was the first Presedint RoVECCS (2014-2018) and helped the Society to become well known in Romania and Europe.

Adrian Iurcenco

DR. MED VET, MRCVS


Sînziana Rădulescu
DR. MED VET, GP CERT (EM&S) PG DIP VCP, MRCVS
Intern E/CC Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies UK

Sînziana graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest in 2011 and in the same year she co-founded Hemopet non-profit organization, the first blood bank in Romania. Sînziana worked in busy emergency first opinion practices before establishing a small animal practice in support of the blood bank, while also co-founding RoVECCS (the Romanian Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society).

She then moved to the UK to pursue postgraduate studies and gained her Certificate in Emergency Medicine and Surgery while working for 2 years as an emergency veterinary surgeon in an exceptional 24h hospital in Bristol, UK. 

After a rotating internship at the Royal Veterinary College in London, UK she is now an Emergency and Critical Care intern at the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies in Edinburgh, UK. 

Sînziana Rădulescu

DR. MED VET, GP CERT (EM&S) PG DIP VCP, MRCVS


Cristian Cristea
Dr med vet, Clinical director and owner at PetStuff

Graduate of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Bucharest in 2009, Master of science in Clinic and Pharmacy at the same faculty in 2012, Co-founder and owner of Pet Stuff Veterinary Clinic with Dr. Ruxandra Tenia 2006, Co-founder of the Association of Clinical Veterinarians in Bucharest AMVCB in 2013, Co-founder of the Romanian Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society, RoVECCS in 2014, Member of CCU - Clubul Cainilor Utilitari

- dogs are trained for search and rescue mission and also for assisted therapy 2015, Co-founder of Gentle handling and training program - a program dedicated to veterinary practitioners 2016, Speaker and partner in Animals ABC program with ARPAC (Romanian Pet Food Manufacturers Association) - the program is dedicated to kids between 6 and 14 years old, and has the role to educate children regarding pets needs, 2015. Partner in Jilava dogs and inmates rehabilitation program - developed in partnership with CCU and Jilava Penitentiary 2017.

In his personal life, he enjoys traveling, riding horses, playing basketball, skiing and spending time with his family and friends.

Cristian Cristea

DR. MED VET


Andrei Tutuneanu
DR. MED VET
Pet Stuff

Andrei graduated from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of Bucharest in 2012.He started to provide help to patients in need in 2011 when he became full time staff member of the veterinary ambulance of SpeedVet until 2017, attending to over 5000 house-calls.

He always liked fluid therapy thus in 2009 he presented a lecture regarding complications related to fluid therapy in small animals at AMVAC. In 2016 he became passionate for cardiology and he finished modul I of ESAVS (European School for Advanced Veretinary Studies) classes.

In 2017 he was one of the speakers for SpeedVet Academy and currently is staff member at Pet-Stuff.

Andrei is a founding member of RoVECCS. When he is not at work you might find him in North Dobrogea continuing the tradition of viticulturist.

Andrei Tutuneanu

DR. MED VET

Registration fees

Student discount:
  • First 50 students get 50% off congress fee
RoVECCS HOLIDAY GIFT FOR YOU:
  • 20% off congress fee if you register by December 31st 2018

congress fee

640LEI
Friday, Saturday and Sunday
800 lei after January 1st

congress fee

280LEI
Friday
350 lei after January 1st

congress fee

480LEI
Saturday and Sunday
600 lei after January 1st

Student congress fee

400LEI
Friday, Saturday and Sunday

Student congress fee

175LEI
Friday

Student congress fee

300LEI
Saturday and Sunday

Workshop SURGERY

1600LEI
Howard Seim III - 12 participants

Workshop
POCUS

800LEI
Tim Hackett - 15 participants

Workshop Dry lab
"EKG - Cardiac Emergencies"

300LEI
Laura Ilie - 30 participants

Workshop Dry lab
"Endocrine Emergencies"

300LEI
Laura Ilie - 30 participants

If you pay online (by card) payments will be made using RON (Romanian curency - Lei).
Payment can be made by bank transfer.
For bank transfers in RON, please use the Romanian bank account: IBAN: RO88BREL0002001389570100, SWIFT code: BRELROBU, Romanian Emergency and Critical Care Society.
Adress: Cobadin 4A, Bucharest, Romania
Bank adress: Bd. Decebal 9, Bucharest 030963, Romania
Please mention in the “information” area the chosen semniar and the delegate name (especially if payed trough a company), when you make the payment.
For more info please contact office@roveccs.ro.

Register

The last day of registration is March 14, 2019.
No entries will be made during the congress.


Agreement to RoVECCS General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

As you probably already know, starting May 25th 2018 EU implemented the new GDPR (Global Data Protection Regulation) policies for protecting customer data. The General Regulation regarding Data Protection, UE 2016/679, https://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/ro/TXT/PDF/?uri=CELEX:32016R0679), has the purpose of giving you more control and protection over your data.

We care about your privacy and data security. The safety of your personal data is a priority for RoVECCS and we want to make sure that personal data collection, as well as all our communication with you, is in accordance with the current UE legislation (UE 2016/679). RoVECCS is committed to protect the confidentiality of its members and to secure the information collected. Your personal data will only be collected and used just for the purpose of managing this information as RoVECCS member and/or as a participant to any RoVECCS events. This data will not be distributed to a tertiary party.

You may decide at any time to cancel the agreement regarding personal data use. You may contact us at any time to request correction/update or deletion of personal information should it be considered necessary by you. You may contact us at office@roveccs.ro.

Party

We are famous for our parties by now. The NEW venue :Roata Faget Guesthouse. Located near Faget forest, Roata offers a cosy environment and delicious food and is the perfect place for an evening filled with fun and socialization.
roatafaget.ro

Accomodation

Hotel Napoca - hotelnapoca.ro
Hotel River Plaza
Hotel Sport

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

Location

Cluj Arena, Aleea Stadionului 2, Cluj-Napoca 400375

Contact

For more details, please contact us here:
office@roveccs.ro
Laura Ilie - laurailie@roveccs.ro

Swift code: BRELROBU
Roveccs cui 34187931
RO88BREL0002001389570100
Societatea Română de urgențe și Terapie Intensivă Veterinară
Cobadin 4A, București

More about us here:
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