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Calmurofel and Entero-Chronic were well received at the Veterinary World Congress held in Lisbon

18 Sep 2015
Companion Animal Health

The products of the Bioiberica Veterinary division were presented at Europe’s most important congress in veterinary internal medicine

The many attendants of the ECVIM Congress who visited Bioiberica’s booth in the exhibitors area learned about the latest study on the efficacy of Entero-Chronic in dogs with gut inflammatory disease. This study was previously presented in the US this past June at the ACVIM Congress. The study emphasizes both the efficacy of Entero-Chronic for the treatment for chronic gut disease in dogs, as well as its excellent safety profile.

In addition, Calmurofel, the multimode treatment for cats with Feline Idiopathic cystitis (FLUTD), was another highlighted product at the Bioiberica Veterinaria booth. As explained by the president of the ACVIM Congress, Dr. Xavier Roura, in previous conferences given this past spring, Calmurofel contains the most complete formulation for the integral treatment of feline idiopathic cystitis.

The organizers of the ECVIM Congress, which was held on 10-12 September in Lisbon, Portugal, remarked about the congress’ success. This year’s event was attended by more than 1,000 veterinarians from all over the world who specialize in internal medicine. 

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