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Baden Town in Aargau, Switzerland

Pre-Congress Day

Pre-Congress Day

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Wednesday, may 1, 2024

ROOM: GLASSAAL


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Registration and Check-In


Chair: Annette Kutter

Errors and safety in anaesthesia - Prof. Daniel Pang (University of Calgary)


Coffee break


Morbidity and Mortality rounds - Prof. Daniel Pang (University of Calgary)


Lunch


Chair: Simone Ringer

Perioperative care for the elective and emergency equine anesthesia patient: fasting, fluids and ​analgesics - Dr. Thijs Van Loon (University of Utrecht & Sporthorse medical diagnostic centre Altano)


Coffee break


Group quiz-resident get together - Olivia D’Anselme, Gerardo Citarella, Fabiola Jörger (University of ​Zurich)


Get together evening – In Casino Baden

8.15 - 9.00



9.00 - 10.30


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14.30 - 16.00


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16.30 - 18.00



19.00

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main-Congress Day 1

THursday, may 2, 2024

ROOM: trafohalle

or room: GLASSAAL

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Registration and Check-In


Chair: Regula Bettschart-Wolfensberger (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Opening session Welcome of new ECVAA Diplomates

Chair: Thijs Van Loon (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Human factors and non-technical skills in veterinary Anaesthesia - Dr. Stephen Greenhalgh ​(University of Edinburgh)


Sustaining Passion, not Burnout: The Situation among Anaesthesia Providers in Switzerland - ​Dr. Greta Gasciauskaite (University of Zurich)


Coffee break and Industrial Exhibition




8.15 - 9.00



9.00 - 09.15



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10.00 - 10.45



10.45 - 11.15



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16.45 - 17.15





19.00- 19.30

Chair: Rima Bektas (Congress Hall Glassaal)

M & M: Unrecognized Intra-operative Hyperthermia: ​Implications on Morbidity and Mortality in Canine ​Cervical Disc Herniation Surgery - Paul F.& Alef M.


Discussion of M & M




M & M: Accidental intraarterial propofol injection in a ​dog: Morbidity and mortality round - Medina-Bautista ​F., Navarrete-Calvo R., Granados M.M.


Discussion of M & M











Chair Kathy Clark (Congress Hall Glassaal)

Sedative and cardiorespiratory effects of increasing ​dexmedetomidine doses administered intravenously in ​donkeys - Werneck Fonseca M., Aguiar A.J.A., Teixeira ​Neto G.J., Afolabi O.O., Gozalo-Marcilla M., Girotto ​C.H., Rodrigues N.C.


Performance of five different flow sensors for equine ​spirometry: a bench top study using clinical monitors - ​Pimenta E.L.M., da Silva R.V., Soares J.H.N.


Population pharmacokinetics and clinical evaluation ​of acetaminophen and metabolites after intravenous ​administration in horses - Granados M.M., Medina F., ​Navarrete R., Arguelles D., De los Santos L., Quirós- ​Carmona S., Serrano J.M.


Assessment of equine anaesthetic risk: utility and ​predictivity of a German version of the two-part ​CHARIOT - Brumund L., Wittenberg-Voges L., Rohn K., ​Kästner S.B.R.




Chair Chair Isabelle Iff (Congress Hall Glassaal)

Propofol total intravenous anaesthesia in dogs ​undergoing elective surgery, a comparison of ​MADTCI® and conventional variable rate infusion. - ​Langton S.D.


M & M: Clevidipine treatment for hypertension during ​laparoscopic adrenalectomy for pheocromocytoma in ​a dog. - Machado M.L., Soares J.H.N.




Chair: Inken Henze (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Risk of Burnout among Veterinary Anaesthesia ​Specialists: a call for action (R1)- Tayari H., Flaherty ​D., Dugdale A., Bennett R., Auckburally A.


Second victim in veterinary anaesthesia: ​psychological impact – Part 1 - Santos L., Goodwin ​W., McArthur M.


Second victim in veterinary anaesthesia: support ​structures – Part 2- Santos L., Goodwin L., ​McArthur M.


A systematic review of perioperative use of ​artificial intelligence since 2010 in anaesthesia and ​it’s critical application to veterinary anaesthesia. - ​Dunham O., Dupont J., Sandersen C.


AVA Informs


Lunch




Chair Louise Clark (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

M & M: “Whisper down the lane” can lead to ​morbidity and mortality in veterinary anaesthesia. ​A fatal outcome after multiple intra-anaesthetic, ​non- standardized handovers of a high-risk patient. ​- Henze I.S., Linke P.M., Fornacon A., Rupp V.


Discussion of M & M




Lubrication of endotracheal tube cuffs reduces gas ​leakage during positive pressure ventilation - ​Damian G., Auckburally A., Shortland J., Tayari H.




Management of cats undergoing elective ​ovariohysterectomy: practices of veterinarians in ​Ontario - Kerr C.L., Swanton W.E., Ron Johnson R., ​O’Sullivan T.




Chair Thijs Van Loon (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Thoracolumbar erector spinae plane block: A ​preliminary experimental study in horses - Medina- ​Bautista F., Sanchez de Medina A., Di Franco C., ​Morgaz J., Nocera I., Granados M.M.


M & M: Unsuccessful management of epidural local ​anesthetic tachyphylaxis associated with repeated ​dosing in a horse - Hector R.C., Nottle B.F.






Optional Outdoor Hatha Yoga with Isi Iff (weather permitting - please bring your own towel or mat)



Coffe break and Industrial Exhibition POSTER PRESENTATION


Dinner Kloster Wettingen, Löwensaal – Bus departure from TRAFO 19.00 – 19.30

Or walking tour along river Limmat, departure 19.00 from TRAFO


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ROOM: trafohalle

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Chair: Elisabeth Ranninger (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Human factors, safety and wellbeing – whose responsibility is it? Lessons from the human ​world- Dr. med. Adrian Wong (King’s College Hospital, London)


Coffee break and Industrial Exhibition


9.30 - 10.30



10.30 - 11.00



11.00 - 11.15






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11.45 - 12.00




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17.00 - 17.15

Chair: Carolyn Kerr (Congress Hall Glassaal)

Postoperative effects of adding detomidine to a ​lidocaine paravertebral anesthesia in cows undergoing ​standing abomasum displacement surgery - d’Anselme ​O., Hartnack A., Gerspach C., Bühlmann O., Torgerson ​P.R., Ringer S.K.


Perioperative analgesia requirements and ​postoperative motor function following saphenous ​and sciatic nerve blocks in goats anaesthetised for ​bilateral stifle surgery - Torruella X., Loughran C., ​Restitutti F., Brama P., Huuskonen V.


Assessment of the electrical impedance tomography ​changes in etorphine immobilized sheep - Binetti A., ​Rattanathanya H., Braun C., Pohlin F., Kalogeropoulu ​S., Auer U., Schramel J.P., Meyer L., Stalder G., Mosing ​M.


Effects of intravenously administered gamma-​hydroxybutyric acid (GHB) in Holstein-Friesian calves -​Cuypers C., Alonso B., Devreese M., Schauvliege S.


M & M: Intra-operative temporary pacing for atrial ​standstill in a steer calf with bladder rupture: ​managing morbidity and mortality - Cuypers C., Flyps ​J., Chantillon L, Haspeslagh M., Schauvliege S., Van ​Loon G.


Discussion of M & M





Chair Stijn Schauvliege (Congress Hall Glassaal)

M & M: Successful management of two horses with ​suspected pulmonary haemorrhage in recovery from ​general anaesthesia - Hordle T., Ranninger E, ​Bettschart-Wolfensberger R.



Discussion of M & M






M & M: Post-anesthetic seizure-like activity in four ​horses after non-neurological procedures - Hector ​R.C., Rezende M.L.




Discussion of M & M







Chair Sabine Kästner (Congress Hall Glassaal)

Refinement of analgesia in Wistar rats undergoing ​vascular surgery: a prospective randomized, blinded ​trial. - Casoni D., Garcia Casalta L.G., Nettelbeck K., ​Parodi C., Rieben R., Bergadano A.





The effect of lidocaine in postoperative recovery for ​gastrointestinal foreign body surgery in canine ​patients - Burns C.C,, Barletta M, Junis Z.B.S., Moore ​G.B.S., Dantino S., Reed R.A., Quandt J.



Emergence delirium in small animals: a single centre ​descriptive analysis - Mattei L.I., Mirra A., ​Spadavecchia C.












Chair: Paul MacFarlane (Congress Trafohalle)

M & M: Ventricular fibrillation during ​thoracoscopic pericardiectomy in a St. Bernard dog ​-Mattei L.I., Iff I.




Discussion of M & M






M & M: Death of an English bulldog during general ​anaesthesia for thoracic radiographs – the tip of an ​iceberg – Iff I., Morath-Huss U.



Discussion of M & M




M & M: Isoproterenol and phenylephrine infusions ​in a dog with sick sinus syndrome following ​external pacing failure: morbidity and mortality - ​Mattaliano G., Alonso B., Mosing M., Rocchi A.



Discussion of M & M



Lunch


Chair Natali Verdier (Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Return of sensation after epidural or perineural ​administration of ropivacaine to the femoral and ​the sciatic nerves in dogs undergoing TPLO – a ​randomized clinical trial - Szabo Z., Jutzi E., Duever ​P., Spadavecchia C., Rohrbach H.


Return of sensation after perineural injection of ​ropivacaine, bupivacaine or lidocaine to the ​femoral and sciatic nerves in dogs: a double ​blinded randomized clinical trial - Jutzi E., Szabo Z., ​Duever P., Spadavecchia C., Rohrbach H


Ultrasound-guided proximal radial, ulnar, median, ​musculocutaneous (RUMM) nerve block in rabbit ​(Oryctolagus cuniculus) cadavers: medial versus ​lateral approach. - Teotino G., Felisberto R., ​Flaherty D., Tayari H.


Peribulbar anesthesia decreases corneal and ​periocular sensation and can improve rat welfare ​during ophthalmic procedures -Shilo-Benjamini Y., ​Eliav A., Kushnir Y., Ofri R.




Chair Martina Mosing(Congress Hall Trafohalle)

Immobilization and recovery using medetomidine-​tiletamine-zolazepam versus medetomidine-​ketaminemidazolam followed by atipamezole in ​captive collared peccary (Pecari tajacu): A ​randomized, blinded clinical trial - Bernstain Υ., ​Kushnir Υ., Avni-Magen Ν., Paz-Sonnenfeld Α., ​Shilo-Benjamini Υ.


Effect of atipamezole with or without flumazenil on ​recovery time and quality following medetomidine-​midazolam immobilization in captive golden jackals ​(Canis aureus) - Shilo-Benjamini Y., Freud T., Abu ​Ahmad W., King R.


M & M: Even a small button can lead to “morbidity ​and mortality” case in equine anaesthesia - ​tracheal rupture caused by a faulty hoist remote-​control switch - Bódai E., Bakos Z., Bodó G.


Discussion of M & M






Coffee break and Industrial Exhibition POSTER PRESENTATION (authors be with your poster)


Awards and Closing ceremony

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Speakers

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Dr Stephen Greenhalgh

Dr Stephen Greenhalgh is a Lecturer in Animal Bioscience at the University of ​Edinburghand works primarily in the Wellcome Critical Care Laboratory for ​Large Animals, part of the Large Animal Research and Imaging Facility. He ​moved to Edinburgh in 2013 to undertake a Wellcome Trust Research Training ​Fellowship. This resulted in a doctoral thesis on the cellular and molecular ​methods of liver regeneration. He completed a specialty trainingprogramme in ​veterinary anaesthesia and analgesia in 2021 and specialises in anaesthesia ​and intensive care for large animal translational models. He is a course ​organiser on the University’s online Master’s programme in Veterinary ​Anaesthesia and Analgesia, leading courses on ventilators and non-technical ​skills. He is also Co-Chair of the Veterinary Ethical Review Committee. Away ​from work, he is a keen student of Italian and wishes there were more hours in ​the day for sport and music.

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Dr Greta Gasciauskaite, MD

Dr Gasciauskaite is a Anaesthesiology Resident at the University of Zurich and ​is currently deeply engaged in exploring burnout and its determinants among ​anesthesiologists in Switzerland, with a keen interest in the environmental ​sustainability of anesthesia practices. Additionally, she is involved in the ​development and implementation of situation awareness-based, user-​centered visualization technologies in the medical field. Her work also extends ​to cooperation in various human research projects, showcasing a broad range ​of interests in medical research and innovation.

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