ITC Conference Grants

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  • January 20, 2022

INCLUSIVENESS TARGET COUNTRIES (ITC) CONFERENCE GRANTS AVAILABLE  There is now the possibility to apply for ITC conference grants if you are an investigator/innovator < 40 years old and from an Inclusiveness Target Country or Near Neighbour Country. You must present your own work as an oral or poster presentation, and the work should be related to the topic of ENOVAT …

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New publications are available on our webpage

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  • January 20, 2022

Please check them here. The last publication was led by Professor Ludovic Pelligand on a prospective clinical trial in normal and critically ill dogs to evaluate the pharmacokinetics (PK) of intravenous amoxicillin combined with clavulanic acid. The authors checked a total of 218 amoxicillin concentrations (AMC) in plasma for healthy and sick dogs and found that the PK of AMC …

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Working Group 1 update

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  • January 11, 2022

ENOVAT WG1 is announcing the launch of the Antimicrobial Use Guidelines Survey which is building on the findings of the WG1’s Treatment Guidelines pilot survey. The current version is a small-animal focused survey and is hoped that it will provide an insight into how antimicrobial use guidelines are viewed by companion animal vets across Europe. This information will enable any …

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Letter from the Chair

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  • December 14, 2021

Dear All, I hope everyone is safe and sound considering the increasing number of COVID-19 cases almost everywhere. This newsletter contains various updates from ENOVAT, including from four of the working groups. We are now halfway through ENOVAT (believe it or not!), and we are doing pretty well in terms of attaining the goals we set. A few deliverables have …

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WGs updates

Working Group 1 Work in WG1 continues on both the diagnostic procedures and treatment guidelines surveys. The Diagnostic procedures survey which aims to review and evaluate the methodology and interpretive criteria used by veterinary diagnostic laboratories across Europe for pathogen identification and antimicrobial susceptibility testing, is now completed. The survey was taken by 290 respondents (veterinary microbiology laboratories) from 35 …

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An ENOVAT member is interviewed about the antimicrobial resistance issue in companion animals

Dr. Menezes pointed out that PETS CAN PASS GENES FOR ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE TO HUMAN INFECTIONS “I am a PhD student at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Lisbon. I do my research at the Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Animal Health under the Supervision of Professor Constança Pomba, the head of the Antibiotic Resistance Lab. The Idea …

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