Cabecera

PROGRAMME


  • 11.00h - 13.00h REGISTRATION & POSTER DISPLAY (11:00 - 19:00)
    13.00h - 13.30h AUDITORIUM
    WELCOME & OPENING
    • Welcome note
      Joaquim Segalés
    • Pork production in Spain
      Miguel Angel Higuera
    13.30h - 15.00h AUDITORIUM
    KEYNOTE ADDRESS: RETURN OF INVESTMENT
    Where is the money?

    • What are the costs of pig diseases in the field?
      Josep Font
    • Economic efficiency on Animal Health intervetions
      Derald Holtkamp
    • Round table discussion
    15.00h - 15.30h COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING
    15.30h - 17.30h AUDITORIUM
    SESSION: HERD HEALTH MANAGEMENT & ECONOMY
    • HHM-OP-01
      SWINE HEALTH SYNDROMIC SURVEILLANCE BASED ON CLINICAL SIGNS AND PRESUMPTIVE DIAGNOSIS DATA REPORTED AT FARM LEVEL
      A. Alba Casals1, E. Allue2, E. Novell2, J. Balielles3, V. Tarancon2, L. Fraile4.

      1VetEpiMon, Ripoll, Spain; 2GSP, Lleida, Spain; 3Interporc, Lleida, Spain; 4University of Lleida, Lleida, Spain.
    • HHM-OP-02
      DEVELOPING SAMPLING GUIDELINES FOR ORAL FLUID-BASED PRRSV SURVEILLANCE
      M. Rotolo1, L. Gimenez-Lirola1, Y. Sun1, S. Bade1, C. Wang1, D. Baum1, P. Gauger1, M. Hoogland2, R. Main1, J. Zimmerman1.

      1Iowa State University, Ames, United States; 2Smithfield foods, Algona, United States.
    • HHM-OP-03
      B-ESECURE: ELECTRONIC SYSTEM TO MEASURE AND IMPROVE BIOSECURITY ON PIG FARMS

      V. Geurts1, I. Diaz2, M. Collel-Surinach3.

      1MSD-AH Intervet The Netherlands BV, Boxmeer, Netherlands; 2PigChamp Pro Europa, Segovia, Spain; 3MSD-AH International, Madison, United States.
    • HHM-OP-04
      EARLY DETECTION OF CLINICAL RESPIRATORY DISEASE IN GROWING PIGS USING CONTINUOUS SOUND MONITORING AND AN ALGORITHM-BASED RESPIRATORY DISTRESS INDEX
      D. Polson1, S. Playter1, D. Berckmans2, A. Stoffel2, B. Quinn3.

      1Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health, Ames, Iowa, United States; 2SoundTalks NV, Leuven, Belgium; 3Boehringer Ingelheim Animal Health, Ingelheim, Germany.
    • HHM-OP-05
      CONGENITAL TREMOR-ATYPICAL PORCINE PESTIVIRUS (CT-APPV) OUTBREAK IN A MULTIPLYING FARM: ESTIMATION OF THE EFFECT ON PERFORMANCE AND ECONOMICS
      V. Geurts1, A. Cruijsen1, A. Groof De2, A. Klemans3.

      1MSD-AH Intervet Nederland BV, Boxmeer, Netherlands; 2MSD-AH Intervet International BV, Boxmeer, Netherlands; 3ABAB Accountants & Adviseurs, Helmond, Netherlands.
    • HHM-OP-06
      BIOLOGICAL MARKERS ASSOCIATED WITH ROBUSTNESS OF PIGLETS AT WEANING
      A. Buchet1, E. Merlot1, P. Mormede2, E. Terenina2, B. Lieubeau3, G. Mignot3, J. Herve3, M. Leblanc-Maridor4, A. Lacoste5, J.N. Sialelli6, C. Belloc4.

      1INRA PEGASE, Saint Gilles, France; 2INRA GENEPHYSE, Castanet-Tolosan, France; 3INRA IECM, Nantes, France; 4INRA BIOEPAR, Nantes, France; 5COOPERL, Lamballe, France; 6HYOVET, Plestan, France.
    15.30h - 17.30h ROOM HJ
    RESIDENT SESSION
    • RES-OP-01
      DIETARY SUPPLEMENTATION WITH TALL OIL FATTY ACID AND RESIN ACID INCREASES SOW COLOSTRUM IGG AND PIGLETS’ COLOSTRUM INTAKE IN FREE FARROWING PEN
      S. Hasan1, S. Saha2, J. Yun1, O. Peltoniemi1, C. Oliviero1.

      1University of Helsinki, Department of Production Animal Medicine, Helsinki, Finland; 2University of Helsinki, Department of Agricultural Sciences, Helsinki, Finland.
    • RES-OP-02
      OCCURRENCE OF DYSENTERY-LIKE DIARRHEA ASSOCIATED WITH BRACHYSPIRA SUANATINA INFECTION IN A GERMAN FATTENING FARM
      J. Stadler1, J. Rohde2, M. Majzoub-Altweck3, A. Falkenau3, W. Hermanns3, M. Ritzmann4, E. Burrough5.

      1Clinic for Swine, Centre for Clinical Veterinary Medicine, LMU Munich, Germany; 2Institute for Microbiology, University of Veterinary Medicine, Foundation, Hannover, Germany; 3Institute of Veterinary Pathology, Centre for Clinical Veterinary Medicine, LMU Munich, Germany; 4Clinic for Swine, Centre for Clinical Veterinary Medicine, LMU Munich, Germany; 5Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, United States.
    • RES-OP-03
      CYTOKINE PROFILES IN PERIPHERAL BLOOD MONONUCLEAR CELLS OF PIGLETS BORN FROM PORCINE CIRCOVIRUS 2 VACCINATED AND NON-VACCINATED SOWS
      S. Oliver-Ferrando1, J. Segalés2, M. Sibila3, I. Díaz3.

      1CReSA-IRTA and Ceva, Barcelona, Spain; 2CReSA-IRTA and UAB, Bellaterra, Spain; 3CReSA-IRTA, Bellaterra, Spain
    • RES-OP-04
      VIRAL AND BACTERIAL INVESTIGATIONS OF RECURRENT PIG NEONATAL DIARRHOEA CASES IN SPAIN
      S. Mesonero Escuredo1, K. Strutzberg-Minder2, C. Casanovas Granell1, J. Segalés3.

      1IDT Biologika, Barcelona, Spain; 22IVD Innovative Veterinary Diagnostics (IVD GmbH), Seelze, Germany; 3Departament de Sanitat i Anatomia Animals, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB). UAB, Centre de Recerca en Sanitat Animal (CReSA, IRTA-UAB), Barcelona, Spain.
    • RES-OP-05
      INCREASE IN IRREGULAR RETURN TO ESTRUS RATE IN SOWS AND SEVERE CONJUNCTIVITIS IN FATTENERS CAUSED BY CHLAMYDIA SUIS – A CASE REPORT
      C. Unterweger1, L. Schwarz1, J. Spergser2, E. Stein3, A. Inic-Kanada3, A. Ladinig1.

      1University Clinics for Swine, Vetmeduni Vienna, Vienna, Austria; 2Institute of microbiology, Vetmeduni Vienna, Vienna, Austria; 3Medical University Vienna, Vienna, Austria.
    • RES-OP-06
      FIRST STEP TO INCREASE SWINE FARMERS’ TRUST IN THEIR VETERINARIANS: DEVELOPMENT OF THE TRUST IN VETERINARIAN SCALE (TIVS)
      M. Leblanc-Maridor, J. Le Mat, F. Beaugrand, M. De Joybert, C. Belloc.

      Center BIOEPAR, INRA, Oniris, La Chantrerie, 44307, Nantes, France.
    17.40h - 18.40h ROOM HJ
    ECPHM ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
    Diplomates & Residents only
    18.45h - 19.30h WELCOME RECEPTION IN THE GARDENS
  • 8.30h - 10.00h AUDITORIUM
    KEYNOTE ADDRESS: AFRICAN SWINE FEVER
    ASF in domestic pigs and wild boar: two parallel worlds

    • Is ASF a human driven disease?
      Klaus Depner
    • Where is the vaccine against ASF and what else can we do?
      Fernando Rodriguez
    • Round table discussion
    10.00h - 10.30h COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING
    10.30h - 12.30h AUDITORIUM
    SESSION: VIRAL DISEASES
    • VVD-OP-01
      CHANGES IN THE EXPRESSION OF CD163 IN PORCINE ALVEOLAR MACROPHAGES AND ASSOCIATED LESIONS IN PIGS EXPERIMENTALLY INFECTED WITH PRRSV-1 STRAINS OF DIFFERING VIRULENCE
      I.M. Rodriguez-Gomez1, F.J. Pallares2, J.M. Sanchez-Carvajal1, I. Diaz3, E. Mateu4, L. Carrasco1, J. Gomez-Laguna1.

      1University of Cordoba, Cordoba, Spain; 2University of Murcia, Murcia, Spain; 3CRESA-IRTA, Bellaterra, Spain; 4Autonomous University of Barcelona, Bellaterra, Spain.
    • VVD-OP-02
      COMPARISON OF 3 DIFFERENT TYPES OF SAMPLES TO DETECT TYPE 1 PRRS VIRUS ON PRE-WEANING PIGLETS IN AN ENDEMIC POSITIVE HERD AND PRACTICAL IMPLICATIONS
      A. Lebret, G. Boulbria, P. Berton, F. Bouchet, J. Metais, V. Normand.

      Selarl Porc. Spective, Noyal Pontivy, France.
    • VVD-OP-03
      EVALUATION OF THE SURVIVAL OF VIRAL PATHOGENS IN CONTAMINATED FEED INGREDIENTS USING TRANSBOUNDARY SHIPMENT MODELS
      S. Dee1, F. Vicosa Bauermann2, M. Niederwerder3, A. Singrey2, T. Clement2, M. De Lima2, G. Patterson4, M. Sheahan3, A. Stoian3, V. Petrovic3, C. Jones3, J. Dejong1, J. Ji5, G. Spronk1, J. Christopher-Hennings2, J. Zimmerman5, B. Rowland3, E. Nelson2, P. Sundberg6, D. Diel2.

      1Pipestone Veterinary Services, Pipestone, United States; 2South Dakota State University, Brookings, United States; 3Kansas State University, Manhattan, United States; 4Lincoln Memorial University, Harrogate, United States; 5Iowa State University, Ames, United States; 6Swine Health Information Center, Ames, United States.
    • VVD-OP-04
      SURVEILLANCE OF SWINE INFLUENZA VIRUSES (SIV) IN EUROPE 2015-2017 -AN UPDATE-
      D. Henritzi1, S. Wacheck2, M. Beer1, T.C. Harder1.

      1Institute of Diagnostic Virology, Friedrich-Loeffler-Institute, Federal Research Institute for Animal Health, Greifswald - Isle of Riems, Germany; 2IDT Biologika GmbH, Dessau, Germany.
    • VVD-OP-05
      SYRINGES PRRS MLV PCR POSITIVE UP TO 3 WEEKS AFTER USE FOR VACCINATION
      G. Hagen, Van1, M. Steenaert2.

      1De Oosthof, Neede, Netherlands; 2Boehringer Ingelheim AH Netherlands, Alkmaar, Netherlands.
    • VVD-OP-06
      NEW STRATEGIES FOR SAMPLING PIGLETS
      C. Vilalta Sans, J. Sanhueza Frigolett, M. Torremorell, R. Morrison.

      University of Minnesota, Saint Paul, United States
    10.30h - 12.30h ROOM HJ
    SESSION: VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH
    • VPH-OP-01
      CIPARS – 15 YEARS OF ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE AND ANTIMICROBIAL USE SURVEILLANCE IN PIGS ALONG THE FOOD CHAIN
      A. Deckert1, S. Gow2, D. Léger1, A. Agunos1, C. Carson1, R. Reid-Smith1.

      1Public Health Agency of Canada, Guelph, Canada; 2Public Health Agency of Canada, Saskatoon, Canada.
    • VPH-OP-02
      INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT VACCINATION STRATEGIES AGAINST SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM IN PIG FARMS ON EXCRETION AND SEROLOGY AT SLAUGHTER AGE
      L. Peeters1, J. Dewulf1, F. Boyen2, C. Brossé3, T. Vandersmissen3, G. Rasschaert4, M. Heyndrickx4, M. Cargnel5, F. Pasmans2, D. Maes1.

      1Ghent University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Reproduction, Obstetrics and Herd Health, Merelbeke, Belgium; 2Ghent University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Pathology, Bacteriology and Avian Diseases, Merelbeke, Belgium; 3Animal Health Care Flanders (DGZ), Lier, Belgium; 4Flanders research institute for Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (ILVO), Melle, Belgium; 5CODA-CERVA, Brussel, Belgium.
    • VPH-OP-03
      PRESENCE OF HEPATITIS E VIRUS IN SERUM AND MUSCLE OF EXPERIMENTALLY HEV/PRRSV CO-INFECTED PIGS
      M. Salines1, A. Demange2, G. Stephant2, P. Renson1, O. Bourry1, M. Andraud1, N. Rose1, N. Pavio2.

      1ANSES, French Agency for Food, Environmental and Occupational Health & Safety, Ploufragan/Plouzané Laboratory, Ploufragan, France; 2UMR 1161 Virology, ANSES/INRA/ENVA, Maisons-Alfort, France.
    • VPH-OP-04
      INFLUENCE OF GNRH-VACCINATION IN COMBINATION WITH PUFA REDUCED FEEDING ON BEHAVIOR, BOAR TAINT AND CARCASS QUALITY
      S. Reiter1, S. Zöls1, H. Schrade2, A. Bauer3, C. Weiß1, M. Ritzmann1.

      1Clinic for Swine, LMU Munich, Munich, Germany; 2LSZ Boxberg, Boxberg, Germany; 3Max-Rubner-Institute, Kulmbach, Germany.
    • VPH-OP-05
      ULTRAVIOLET-C INACTIVATION OF PORCINE PARVOVIRUS (PPV), SWINE VESICULAR DISEASE VIRUS (SVDV) AND SENECAVIRUS A (SVA) IN LIQUID PLASMA
      E. Blazquez1, J. Ródenas1, C. Rodríguez1, J. Segalés2, J. Pujols2, J. Polo1.

      1APC EUROPE, Barcelona, Spain; 2IRTA CRESA, Barcelona, Spain.
    • VPH-OP-06
      EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF THREE PROBIOTIC FEED ADDITIVES TO REDUCE SALMONELLA TYPHIMURIUM INFECTION IN EXPERIMENTALLY CHALLENGED PIGLETS
      L. Peeters1, L. Mostin2, P. Wattiau2, F. Boyen3, J. Dewulf1, D. Maes1.

      1Ghent University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Reproduction, Obstetrics and Herd Health, Merelbeke, Belgium; 2CODA-CERVA, Experimental Centre and Laboratory of Veterinary Bacteriology, Brussel, Belgium; 3Ghent University, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Pathology, Bacteriology and Avian Diseases, Merelbeke, Belgium.
    12.30h - 13.30h LUNCH BREAK & POSTER VIEWING
    13.30h - 15.00h AUDITORIUM
    KEYNOTE ADDRESS: BIOSECURITY
    From theory to practice

    • How to assess biosecurity on-farm?
      Dominiek Maes
    • Implementation of biosecurity in the pig industry: Social and institutional factors
      Marta Hernández
    • Round table discussion
    15.00h - 15.20h AUDITORIUM
    EAPHM, PETER HOGEDAL AWARD & JPHM PRESENTATION
    15.20h - 16.20h AUDITORIUM
    SESSION: BACTERIAL DISEASES
    • BBD-OP-01
      WHAT HAPPENS WHEN M.HYOPNEUMONIAE ENTERS A HERD? LONGITUDINAL ASSESSMENT OF M.HYOPNEUMONIAE NATURAL INFECTION IN GILTS
      C. Johnson1, A. Farkas1, J.P. Cano2, M.J. Clavijo2.

      1Carthage Veterinary Service, Carthage, United States; 2Pig Improvement Company, Hendersonville, TN, United States.
    • BBD-OP-02
      STREPTOCOCCUS SUIS (S. SUIS) ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE (AMR) GENOTYPE AND PHENOTYPE CORRELATION, AND GENOMIC SIGNATURES SUGGESTING LINKAGE OF AMR GENES
      J. Hernandez-Garcia1, N. Hadjirin1, E. Miller1, O. Restiff1, R. Zhou2, N. Fittipaldi3, M. Gottschalk4, A.W. (Dan) Tucker1, L. Weinert1.

      1Department of Veterinary Medicine, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, United Kingdom; 2International Research Center for Animal Diseases, College of Veterinary Medicine, Wuhan, China; 3Public Health Ontario Laboratories, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada; 4Faculté de médecine vétérinaire, Université de Montreal, St-Hyacinthe, Canada.
    • BBD-OP-03
      PREVALENCE OF ANTIBODIES TO ACTINOBACILLUS PLEUROPNEUMONIAE IN MULTIPLYING HERDS IN SWEDEN
      P. Wallgren1, B. Molander2, M. Persson1, M. Sjölund1, K. Karlsson3.

      1National Veterinary Institute, SVA, 751 89 Uppsala, Sweden; 2Farm & Animal Healt, Staffanstorp, Sweden; 3Farm & Animal Healt, Falkenberg, Sweden.
    15.20h - 16.20h ROOM HJ
    SESSION: NUTRTION
    • AWN-OP-01
      EFFECT OF TRACHEOBRONCHIAL-SWABBING AND OTHER DIAGNOSTIC TOOLS ON THE ENDOCRINE STRESS RESPONSE OF PIGS
      C. Weiß, L. Beffort, C. Renken, S. Froehlich, S. Zoels, M. Ritzmann.
      Clinic for Swine, Centre for Clinical Veterinary Medicine, LMU Munich, Oberschleissheim, Germany.
    • AWN-OP-02
      EFFECT OF ZINC OXIDE AND CHLORTETRACYCLINE ON ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE DEVELOPMENT IN WEANED PIGLET
      A. Romeo1, R. Forier1, S. Durosoy1, W. Vahjen2, J. Zentek2.

      1Animine, Sillingy, France; 2Freie Universität Berlin, Berlin, Germany.
    • AWN-OP-03
      REVEALING THE UNSEEN: SEVERE GASTRIC ULCERATION PROBLEMS SOLVED BY USE OF 24 H CAMERA SURVEILLANCE
      W. Kuller1, B. Kolpa2, G. Van Hagen2, T. Verbrugge2.

      1Wikke, Vleuten, Netherlands; 2Gelre Dierenartsen, Lichtenvoorde, Netherlands.
    16.20h - 16.40h  COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING
    16.40h - 18.00h AUDITORIUM
    SESSION: BACTERIAL DISEASES II
    • BBD-OP-04
      ASSOCIATION BETWEEN MYCOPLASMA HYOPNEUMONIAE DETECTION IN LARYNGEAL SWABS AND LUNG LESIONS UNDER EXPERIMENTAL CONDITIONS
      B. Garcia Morante1, S. Bubendorfer1, R. León Kempis1, G. Schagemann2, D. Reddick3, K. Brase1.

      1Boehringer Ingelheim Veterinary Research Center, Hannover, Germany; 2Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica GmbH, Ingelheim, Germany; 3Moredun Scientific, Midlothian, United Kingdom.
    • BBD-OP-05
      DEVELOPMENT OF A QPCR-SEROTYPING SYSTEM FOR ACTINOBACILLUS PLEUROPNEUMONIAE
      J.L. Arnal1, M. Gottschalk2, A. Fernandez1, A. Benito1, G. Chacon1, C. Sanz1, S. Lacouture2, O. Alzuguren1, R. Baselga1.

      1Exopol, Zaragoza, Spain; 2University of Montreal, Saint-Hyacinthe, Canada.
    • BBD-OP-06
      PASSIVE SURVEILLANCE OF LEPTOSPIRA INFECTION IN SWINE IN GERMANY
      K. Strutzberg-Minder1, A. Tschentscher1, M. Beyerbach2, M. Homuth1, L. Kreienbrock2.

      1IVD Innovative Veterinary Diagnostics (IVD GmbH), Seelze, Germany; 2Institute for Biometry, Epidemiology and Information Processing, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Foundation, Hannover, Germany.
    • BBD-OP-07
      ROLE OF SIALIC ACID IN BRACHYSPIRA HYODYSENTERIAE ADHESION TO PORCINE COLONIC MUCUS
      M.P. Quintana-Hayashi1, V. Venkatakrishnan2, M. Mahu3, F. Haesebrouck4, F. Pasmans4, S.K. Lindén2.

      1Institute of Biomedicine, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Gothenurg, Sweden; 2Institute of Biomedicine, Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden; 3Department of Pathology, Bacteriology and Avian Diseases, Ghent University, Merelbeke, Belgium; 4Dept. of Pathology, Bacteriology and Avian Diseases, Ghent University, Merelbeke, Belgium.
    16.40h - 18.00h ROOM HJ
    SESSION: MISCELLANEOUS
    • MIS-OP-01
      GENE MARKERS FOR THE RESISTANCE TO PORCINE PLEUROPNEUMONIA (PLEURORES)
      F. Nietfeld1, D. Hoeltig2, H. Willems 1, R. Fries3, C. Wurmser3, P. Valentin-Weigand4, K.H. Waldmann2, G. Reiner1.

      1Clinic for Swine, Justus-Liebig-University, Giessen, Germany; 2Clinic for Swine and Small Ruminants, Forensic Medicine and Ambulatory Service, University of Veterinary Medicine Foundation, Hannover, Germany; 3Institute for Animal Breeding, Technical University, Munich, Germany; 4Institute for Veterinary Microbiology, University of Veterinary Medicine Foundation, Hannover, Germany.
    • MIS-OP-02
      MINIMAL MYCOPLASMA HYOPNEUMONIAE GENETIC VARIABILITY WITHIN PRODUCTION FLOWS
      E. Fano1, A. Anderson2, A. Sponheim1, L. Dalquist3, M. Pieters2.

      1Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Duluth, United States; 2University of Minnesota, St. Paul, United States; 3Swine Vet Center, St. Peter, United States.
    • MIS-OP-03
      EQUIVALENCE BETWEEN FTA-FIXED AND LIQUID ORAL FLUID OF PIGS FOR THE CONFIRMATION OF INFECTION BY VEROTOXIGENIC ESCHERICHIA COLI (EDEMA DISEASE) IN PIGS
      L. Valls, A. Sánchez, J. Maldonado.

      Hipra, Amer (Girona), Spain.
    • MIS-OP-04
      THE USEFULNESS OF SPES SCORE TO SCREEN FOR ACTINOBACILLUS PLEUROPNEUMONIAE INFECTIONS IN ENDEMICALLY INFECTED PIG HERDS
      R. del Pozo Sacristán, B. Janssens, H. Segers, J. Beek.

      MSD Animal Health Belgium, Brussel, Belgium.
    18.10h -19.10h ROOM HJ
    EAPHM ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
    Open for all interested delegates!
    20.00h  FAREWELL DINNER (EXTRA TICKET NEEDED)
  •  8.40h - 10.00h ROOM HJ
    KEYNOTE ADDRESS: LARGE LITTERS
    Do we know how to manage them properly?
    • Managing large litters
      Emma Baxter
    • How to deal with diseases in large litters?
      Enric Marco
    • Round table discussion
    10.00h - 10.30h COFFEE BREAK & POSTER VIEWING
    10.30h - 12.30h AUDITORIUM
    SESSION: IMMUNOLOGY & VACCINOLOGY
    • IMM-OP-01
      A RECOMBINATION BETWEEN TWO GENOTYPE 1 PRRSV MODIFIED LIVE VACCINES RESULTS IN A FIELD STRAIN WITH INCREASED VIRULENCE
      J. Eclercy, P. Renson, F. Paboeuf, N. Rose, O. Bourry.

      Anses, Ploufragan, France.
    • IMM-OP-02
      NOVEL INFLUENZA VACCINE EFFICACY AND SAFETY ESTABLISHED FOR NEWBORN PIGS
      T. Kaiser1, R. Smiley1, B. Fergen1, M. Eichmeyer1, W. Johnson1, M. Genzow2, C. Goodell1.

      1Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica, Duluth, United States; 2Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica GmbH, Ingelheim, Germany.
    • IMM-OP-03
      MATERNALLY DERIVED ANTIBODIES REDUCE VACCINE EFFICACY AGAINST PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME
      P. Renson, C. Fablet, M. Andraud, S. Mahe, V. Dorenlor, M. Le Dimna, E. Eveno, F. Eono, F. Paboeuf, N. Rose, O. Bourry.

      Anses, Ploufragan, France.
    • IMM-OP-04
      MATERNALLY DERIVED IMMUNITY IN PIGS. EXPLORING ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH THE IMMUNOCRIT ASSAY
      A. Sánchez-Matamoros1, M. Baratelli1, I. Bernal1, V. Enrique-Tarancón2, J. Balielles2, E. Novell2, L. Fraile3.

      1HIPRA, Amer (Girona), Spain; 2Grup Sanejament Porcí, Lleida, Spain; 3Universita de Lleida, Lleida, Spain.
    • IMM-OP-05
      VACCINATION OF 1 DAY-OLD PIGS WITH A PORCINE REPRODUCTIVE AND RESPIRATORY SYNDROME VIRUS (PRRSV) MODIFIED LIVE ATTENUATED VACCINE IS ABLE TO OVERCOME MATERNAL IMMUNITY
      M. Fort1, M. Balasch1, L. Taylor2, J. Calvert2.

      1Zoetis Manufacturing&Research Spain S.L., Vall de Bianya, Spain; 2Zoetis Inc., Kalamazoo, United States.
    • IMM-OP-06
      EFFICACY OF AN AUTOGENOUS VACCINE AGAINST BRACHYSPIRA HYODYSENTERIAE
      W. Neirynck1, K. Vansteenkiste1, F. Boyen1, J. Dewulf1, M. Mahu1, F. Haesebrouck1, T. Vandersmissen2, D. Maes1.

      1Faculty of Vet. Med., Ghent University, Belgium; 2DGZ Vlaanderen, Labo Torhout, Belgium.
    10.30h - 12.30h ROOM HJ
    SESSION: REPRODUCTION
    • REP-OP-01
      IMPACT OF RUNTING ON COLOSTRUM INTAKE, SURVIVAL CHANCES AND DEVELOPMENT
      J. Jourquin1, J. Morales2.

      1Elanco, Antwerp, Belgium; 2Pigchamp pro Europa, Segovia, Spain.
    • REP-OP-02
      IMPACT OF OESTRUS SUPPRESSION IN CARCASS QUALITY OF GILTS INTENDED FOR TERUEL DRY-CURED HAM PRODUCTION
      L. Pérez Ciria1, G. Carcò2, F.J. Miana Mena1, O. Mitjana1, M.V. Falceto1, J.I. Abadías3, M.Á. Latorre Górriz1.

      1Universidad de Zaragoza, Zaragoza, Spain; 2University of Padua, Padua, Italy; 3Zoetis, Huesca, Spain.
    • REP-OP-03
      VULVAR DISCHARGE SYNDROME IN SOWS AFTER ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION
      A. Grahofer, H. Nathues.

      Clinic for Swine, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Switzerland, Bern, Switzerland.
    • REP-OP-04
      SEVERE UDDER EDEMA AS A CAUSE OF REDUCED COLOSTRUM QUALITY AND MILK PRODUCTION IN SOWS – A CASE REPORT
      S. Björkman1, A. Grahofer2, T. Han1, C. Oliviero1, O. Peltoniemi1.

      1University of Helsinki, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Production Animal Medicin, Saarentaus, Finland; 2Clinic for Swine, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Bern, Bern, Switzerland.
    • REP-OP-05
      BACTERIURIA IN SOWS IS ASSOCIATED WITH AN INCREASED RISK OF STILLBIRTHS
      L. Tolstrup1, K.S. Pedersen2, J.P. Nielsen3.

      1SEGES, The Danish Agriculture and Food Council, Copenhagen, Denmark; 2Ø-vet A/S, Naestved, Denmark; 3University of Copenhagen, Copenhagen, Denmark.
    • REP-OP-06
      A COMPARISON OF DIFFERENT FARROWING SYSTEMS WITH REGARD TO THE COLOSTRUM SUPPLY OF PIGLETS
      S. Schnier, L. Middendorf, C. Visscher.

      Institute for Animal Nutrition, University of Veterinary Medicine Hannover, Hannover, Germany.
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