Wednesday, 04 October 2017
OC 08:45 > 09:00 Opening Ceremony by SFB and ANEMBE Auditorium A1
Surgery KL1 09:00 > 09:50 KEYNOTE LECTURE 1 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : M. Mireille MEYLAN
09:00 INT1 "Prudent use of antimicrobials in cattle in the peri- and postoperative period" > M. Mireille MEYLAN Increasing rates of antimicrobial resistances represent a threat to human and animal health worldwide. In order to preserve the efficacy and availability of antimicrobial drugs for bovine patients, the principles of prudent use of antimicrobials must be strictly implemented. The lecture will review indications for antimicrobial drugs during and after surgical procedures in cattle as well as strategies to minimize their use, e.g. through optimal antisepsis and surgical technique. Considerations for the choice of adequate antimicrobial drugs according to prudent use principles will be discussed for the most common surgical procedures in cattle.
Surgery SK1 09:55 > 10:15 Spanish Short Keynote 1 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : J. Joaquin RANZ
09:55 SHK 1 Surgery - Spanish Short Keynote 1 > J. Joaquin RANZ
Surgery ORCOM1 10:15 > 11:00 Oral Communication Session 1 Auditorium A1
10:15 29 Caudal epidural anesthesia in adult dairy cows with procaine 2%: comparison of 3 volumes for perineal anesthesia > R. Raphaël Guatteo 10:30 156 Developing a prognosis tool for urolithiasis with obstruction in Belgian blue cattle breed. > H. Hélène CASALTA 10:45 113 Goniometric measurements in calves: a promising approach to quantify flexural deformities > B. Bérangère RAVARY-PLUMIOEN
CB1 11:00 > 11:30 Coffee Break 1 Hall 1
Antibioresistance KL2 11:30 > 12:20 KEYNOTE LECTURE 2 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : D. Derek Foster
11:30 INT2 "Antimicrobial resistance in bovine: development of future drugs without negative impact" > D. Derek Foster Measurement of antibiotic concentrations in the gastrointestinal tract has historically been difficult and costly to perform. Recently we have developed techniques to obtain this data over time in cattle. These techniques provide new opportunities to assess the risk of enteric bacterial antimicrobial resistance, and correlate pharmacokinetic data with changes in fecal bacteria. Using these methods, we can explore drug properties that either increase or decrease the drug concentrations in the GI tract in order to reduce the negative impact of systemically administered antimicrobials.
Antibioresistance SK2 12:25 > 12:45 Spanish Short Keynote 2 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : R. Raquel PATRON
12:25 SHK 2 Antibioresistance - Spanish Short Keynote 2 > R. Raquel PATRON
Antibioresistance ORCOM2 12:45 > 13:30 Oral Communication Session 2 Auditorium A1
12:45 28 Antimicrobial resistance of Escherichia coli and enterococci isolated from cattle and swine in 2010-2015 > B. Birgit Aasmäe 13:00 152 Rapid tetracycline resistance detection in bovine Pasteurella multocida isolates by MALDI Biotyper antibiotic susceptibility test rapid assay (MBT-ASTRA) > L. Laura Van Driessche 13:15 80 Flunixin as a first BRD treatment to reduce antibiotic use > J. Jantijn Swinkels
LUNCH1 13:30 > 14:30 Lunch Hall 1
ECSESS 14:30 > 16:30 ECBHM Residents Session - 8 Oral Communication Auditorium A1
14:30 167 Evaluation of different on-farm culturing systems for mastitis diagnostic > S. Sandra Bertulat 14:45 126 Coagulase-negative staphylococci species in the teat canal and in milk in 4 commercial Swiss dairy herds > J. Julia Traversari 15:00 174 Gram negative bacteria resistant to critically important antimicrobials found in healthy dairy cattle in Ile-de-France > V. Vincent Plassard 15:15 77 Neurotropic astrovirus as a new player in bovine brain disease > R. Ramona Deiss 15:30 151 Pancreatic histology and endocrine function in overconditioned versus normally conditioned dairy cows at the end of pregnancy > H. Hannes Bogaert 15:45 147 Comparison of a smartphone-based electrocardiograph with reference base-apex standard electrocardiography in bovine > F. FRANCESCA BONELLI 16:00 175 Congenital Articular Rigidity outbreak due to ruminal dysfunction in a Belgian blue cattle herd > A. Arnaud Sartelet 16:15 61 Clinical evaluation of subarachnoid block using procaine 2%-xylazine versus lidocaine 2%-xylazine for umbilical surgery in xylazine-sedated calves > A. Anne Relun
CB2 16:15 > 16:45 Coffee Break 2 Hall 1
Antibioresistance POSPRES 16:15 > 16:45 Poster Presentation about Surgery / Resistance to antibiotics / Reproduction Hall 1
Reproduction KL3 16:45 > 17:35 KEYNOTE LECTURE 3 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : G. Geert OPSOMER
16:45 INT3 "Fertility, endometrium and placenta" > G. Geert OPSOMER Geert R.G. Opsomer (26/9/1965) graduated as a DVM at the Gent University (Gent, Belgium) in 1989.Immediately after graduation, he started to work at the department of Reproduction, Obstetrics and Herd Health at the same university. His main interest was going to fertility and herd health control in high yielding dairy herds. In 1995 he obtained a masters degree (Ms) in animal production with a thesis entitled: 'Energy metabolism in the high yielding dairy cow'. In 1999 he defended his PhD thesis entitled: 'Postpartum anoestrus in high yielding dairy cows: a field study'. In November 2002 he became diplomate of the European College of Animal Reproduction (ECAR), and in 2003 diplomate of the European College of Bovine Health Medicine (ECBHM). At the moment he is associate professor of bovine herd health at the Veterinary Faculty of the Gent University. Besides educating undergraduate and graduate students, he is currently supervising multiple PhD students researching a variety of aspects of bovine herd health and reproduction.
Reproduction SK3 17:40 > 18:00 Spanish Short Keynote 3 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : P. Pablo PAZ MARTINEZ
17:40 SHK 3 Reproduction - Spanish Short Keynote 3 > P. Pablo PAZ MARTINEZ
Reproduction ORCOM3 18:00 > 19:15 Oral Communication Session 3 Auditorium A1
18:00 66 Monitoring of Schmallenberg virus in Belgium using bulk tank milk and foetal serum > L. Laurent Delooz 18:15 155 Associations between inter-service interval and pregnancy > J. John Remnant 18:30 36 Relationship between reproductive management and performance of replacement dairy heifers > I. István Fodor 18:45 146 Reproductive failures in a herd: nutrition and economic approaches to ensure economic performances of the herd > F. François De Meerschman 19:00 117 Evaluation of the implementation and results of given veterinary advices on dairy farms. > G. Gerrit Hooijer
Thursday 05 October 2017
Parasitology KL4 09:00 > 09:50 KEYNOTE LECTURE 4 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : F. Fiona KENYON
09:00 INT4 "Targeted treatments in domestic ruminants (cattle, sheep, goat)" > F. Fiona KENYON Worm infection is ubiquitous in grazing ruminants worldwide and is a major cause of production limiting disease. The development of anthelmintic resistance has forced judicious use of these chemicals. Targeting treatment, thereby leaving a proportion of the worm population unexposed to drugs has been shown to optimise drug use, with the most suitable indicators to determine treatment depending on host species, farming goal and worms present.
Parasitology SK4 09:55 > 10:15 Spanish Short Keynote 4 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : J. Javier MORENO GONZALO
09:55 SHK 4 Parasitology - Spanish Short Keynote 4 > J. Javier MORENO GONZALO
Parasitology ORCOM4 10:15 > 11:00 Oral Communication Session 4 Auditorium A1
10:15 193 Atypical Dictyocaulus viviparous-associated bovine acute pneumonitis: reminiscent of larval hypobiosis during the winter? > C. Calixte Bayrou 10:30 68 Diagnosis of bovine dictyocaulosis using bronchoalveolar lavage technique: a comparative study > T. Thibaut LURIER 10:45 95 Molecular diagnosis and characterization of Cryptosporidium spp. in young ruminant in Algeria > M. Mohamed Mammeri
CB3 11:00 > 11:30 Coffee Break 3 Hall 1
POSPRES2 11:00 > 11:30 Poster Presentation about Parasitology / Infectious Diseases Respiratory Hall 1
Climate Change KL5 11:30 > 12:20 KEYNOTE LECTURE 5 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : S. Sarah BONNET
11:30 INT5 "Ticks and climate changes" > S. Sarah BONNET Ticks are the most important vectors of pathogens affecting both domestic and wild animals worldwide. The geographical distribution of several tick species is believed to have expanded due to both the intensification of human and animal activity, and socio-economic and environmental changes. The recent colonization by Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus of East-African regions provides an excellent illustration of this risk. Consequently, the emergence or re-emergence of tick-borne-diseases (TBD) is a growing threat for both humans and animals. Indeed, changes in climate and human practices are spurring extension of the geographical distribution of exotic TBD, as illustrated by recent incursions of the virus responsible for Crimean Congo hemorrhagic fever in Europe. It is well known that both abiotic (temperature, rainfall and relative humidity) and biotic (animal abundance and herbaceous strata) factors influence tick densities and activity locally. However, to date, detailed studies on the impact of climate change on tick population densities are still lacking.
Climate Change SK5 12:25 > 12:45 Spanish Short Keynote 5 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : R. Ramiro FOUZ
12:25 SHK 5 Climate Change - Spanish Short Keynote 5 > R. Ramiro FOUZ
Climate Change ORCOM5 12:45 > 13:30 Oral Communication Session 5 Auditorium A1
12:45 48 The impact of mastitis in dairy cows on the carbon footprint of milk > P. Pim Mostert 13:00 139 What are the vector-borne pathogens present in the blood of French cattle? results of a field study on 130 samples > C. Claire Pelletier 13:15 10 Re-emergence of Bluetongue serotypes 4 and 8 in Corsica and in continental France in 2016 > S. Stephan Zientara
Lunch 2 13:30 > 14:30 Lunch Hall 1
CB4 16:15 > 16:45 Coffee Break 4 Hall 1
POSPRES3 16:15 > 16:45 Poster Presentation about Infectious Diseases (except Respiratory) Hall 1
Infectious Disease KL6 16:45 > 17:35 KEYNOTE LECTURE 6 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : D. Dirk Werling
16:45 INT6 "How to modify the immune system – new opportunities in vaccinating cattle?" > D. Dirk Werling
Infectious Disease SK6 17:40 > 18:00 Spanish Short Keynote 6 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : N. Natividad PEREZ VILLALOBOS
17:40 SHK 6 "An innovative aproache to BRD diagnosis" > N. Natividad PEREZ VILLALOBOS
Infectious Disease ORCOM6 18:00 > 19:15 Oral Communication Session 6 Auditorium A1
18:00 178 Analysis of the upper and lower respiratory tract microbiotas in healthy cattle and cattle that develop bovine respiratory disease (BRD) > E. Edouard Timsit 18:15 57 New insights in Bovine Respiratory Syncytial Virus pathogenesis > J. Jean Francois Valarcher 18:30 150 Prevalence of Mycoplasma bovis antigens/antibodies in bulk tank milk and associated risk factors > L. Linde Gille 18:45 142 Efficacy of the voluntary BVD-free program in the Netherlands between 2007 and 2013. > L. Linda van Duijn 19:00 62 Our experience with Lumpy Skin Disease epidemic in Greece > G. Georgios Christodoulopoulos
Friday 06 October 2017
Mastitis and Udder Health KL7 09:00 > 09:50 KEYNOTE LECTURE 7 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : I. Inna Lysnyansky
09:00 INT7 "Mycoplasma bovis mastitis: a new threat in Western Europe ?" > I. Inna Lysnyansky Mastitis due to Mycoplasma bovis has become a worldwide problem causing substantial economic losses to the dairy industry and affecting animal welfare. Notably, in contrast to the US, where M. bovis-mastitis has been reported for decades, until recently the most frequent manifestation of M. bovis infection in Europe was bovine respiratory disease. However, this situation changed in the mid -2000s when M. bovis-associated mastitis emerged in several European countries and Israel.
Mastitis and Udder Health SK7 09:55 > 10:15 Spanish Short Keynote 7 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : F. Franquesa ORIOL
09:55 SHK 7 Mastitis and Udder Health - Spanish Short Keynote 7 > F. Franquesa ORIOL Mycoplasma mastitis, situation in Spain
Mastitis and Udder Health ORCOM7 10:15 > 11:00 Oral Communication Session 7 Auditorium A1
10:15 34 Risk factors associated with insufficient colostrum quality and with failure of passive transfer in Swiss dairy calves. > C. Christina Reschke 10:30 135 Intramammary infections with coagulase-negative staphylococci species in three Swiss dairy herds > M. Michèle Bodmer 10:45 130 Continuous sampling of healthy and mastitic quarters of lactating cattle by ultrafiltration for pharmacokinetic modeling > D. Derek Foster
CB5 11:00 > 11:30 Coffee Break 5 Hall 1
POSPRES4 11:00 > 11:30 Poster Presentation about Mastitis and Udder Health / Metabolic diseases Hall 1
Metabolic Disease and Nutrition KL8 11:30 > 12:20 KEYNOTE LECTURE 8 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : A. Alejandros Ceballos
11:30 INT8 "Nutrition and mastitis" > A. Alejandros Ceballos Mastitis is still the most costly disease for the dairy industry all wide world. Most of the cases, subclinical and clinical, are caused by mastitis pathogens. However, there are risk factors that increase the incidence of the disease when they are present on the herds. Nutritional and metabolic disorders, especially in fresh cows, have been associated with a higher risk of mastitis around calving. This lecture seeks for providing up-to-date information about the association between cow nutrition and mastitis.
Metabolic Disease and Nutrition SK8 12:25 > 12:45 Spanish Short Keynote 8 Auditorium A1
  • Chairman : F. Franquesa ORIOL
12:25 SHK 8 Metabolic Disease and Nutrition - Spanish Short Keynote 8 > F. Franquesa ORIOL "Nutrition and udder health, practitioner point of view”
Metabolic Disease and Nutrition ORCOM8 12:45 > 13:45 Oral Communication Session 8 Auditorium A1
12:45 179 Dynamics of hyperketonemia using data from automatic milking > A. Antonio Natale 13:00 60 Subclinical hypocalcemia patterns in post partum Holstein cows > G. GEORGIOS VALERGAKIS 13:15 47 Instability versus Acidosis – How does ruminal pH predict milk production? > J. Joachim Lübbo Kleen 13:30 137 Investigation towards presence and importance of mycotoxins in Total Mixed Ration of dairy farms in the Northwest part of France > E. ELLEN SCHMITT-VANDELEEMPUT
CLOCER 13:45 > 14:00 Closing Ceremony Auditorium A1

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