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Bioiberica Veterinary was at the AVEPA/SEVC Congress held in Barcelona

28 Oct 2015
Companion Animal Health

Calmurofel and Arthrostem were the two most highlighted products at Bioiberica’s booth

This year’s meetings of the AVEPA (the association of Spanish Veterinarians specializing in small animals), and the SEVC (Southern European Veterinary Conference) were held in Barcelona, from 15 to 17 October.

Like last year, Bioiberica Veterinary was present at this noted, European-wide event of the veterinary sector, which was attended by more than 80 international speakers. There were more than 150 lectures presented, dealing with a wide range of issues relating to the diagnosing and treatment of pet pathologies.

As noted by the organizers, the exhibitors’ area is not only one of the best places for the ongoing training of veterinary professionals - it also represents the ideal meeting place to learn about the most modern and state-of-the-art products and technologies in the veterinary industry.

Bioiberica Veterinary Booth, N118, was one of the more than 130 booths present in the exhibitors’ area. One of the products raising the most attention was Calmurofel, one of the newest treatments for the integral treatment of feline idiopathic cystitis.

Another of the new products presented at Bioiberica’s booth was Arthrostem cell therapy, a treatment for pet and horse joints based on mesenchymal stem cells. 

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