Provisional Scientific Programme for the 1961 B.S.A.V.A. International Congress to be Held at the Kensington Palace Hotel, London W.8, 20th–23rd April

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  • 3. small anim. Pract. Vol. 1 , pp. 292 to 294. Pergamon Press Ltd. Printed in Great Britain.

    Provisional Scientific Programme for the 1961 B.S.A.V.A. International Congress to be Held at the Kensington Palace Hotel, London W.8, 20th - 23rd April

    THURSDAY 20TH A P R I L 10.30-12.00 Clinical Seminar: A series of case sheets to be

    circulated to the audience and discussed by a panel of three under the organizer and chairman.

    Delegates will be split into three groups, A, B and C, distinguished by tickets, and will move from session to session, each of which will last approxi- mately 45 minutes. Subjects:

    ROBERT WALKER, M.A., M.R.C.V.S., Cambridge

    12.00- 2.00 Lunch. 2.00- 4.00

    (a) Examination of the eye (practical demon- stration). Worthing (Each group will be sub-divided into three for this session.) brook

    G. F. STARTUP, B.Sc., M.R.C.V.S.,

    D. M. HEELEY, M.R.C.V.S., Cran-

    W. G. MAGRANE, D.V.M., M.Sc. (Med.) South Bend, U.S.A.

    (b) Examination of the lungs of the dog LESLIE W. HALL, M.A., Ph.D., B.Sc., M.R.C.V.S., Cambridge S. W.DOUGLAS, M.A., M.R.C.V.S., Cambridge R. CHURCHILL FROST, M.R.C.V.S., London

    G. R. ROBBINS, M.R.C.V.S., Herne

    (clinically and radiographically).

    (c) Positioning for radiography.

    4.30- 5.00 Tea. 5.00- 5.30

    5.30- 6.45

    Film-Anaesthesia, Relaxation and Positive Pressure.

    Meeting of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association. Chairman-Dr. W. G. MAGRANE (deputizing for

    the President, Dr. Wayne H. Riser). Hon. Secretary-W. BRIAN SINGLETON.

    American PROF. W. 0. BRINCKER British Mr. W. BRIAN SINGLETON team (Moderator). team (Moderator).


    8.00- 9.00 Transatlantic Link.



    Each team will present a clinical case for general discussion.


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    9.15-1 0.30 10.30-1 1.00 11.00-1 1.30 11.30-12.00

    12.00-12.30 12.30- 1.00

    1.00- 2.30 2.30- 4.30

    4.30- 5.00 5.00- 5.45

    9.15-1 0.15

    10.15-1 1.00

    11.00-11.30 11.30-12.30

    12.30- 1.00 1.00- 2.30 2.30- 4.30

    4.30- 5.00 5.00- 5.30

    9.00- 9.30


    FRIDAY 2 1 S T A P R I L Annual General Meeting B.S.A.V.A. Part I. Opening of Congress and Trade Exhibition. Coffee. Antigenic Relationships between Rinderpest, Measles and Distemper. The Flank Approach to Abdominal Surgery. The Accident Case as an Emergency.

    Lunch. Television Procedures. Organizer

    20 minutes (a) A clinical method for blood pressure recording during opera- tions.

    15 minutes (b) Emergency thoracotomy and cardiac massage.

    20 minutes (c) Preparation for surgery.

    40 minutes (d) Caesarian section under local

    Tea. The control of canine hip dysplasia in the Scan- dinavian countries.


    By the Rt. Hon. The LORD RANK


    Dr. H. H. THALHEIMER, The Hague P. BOTTOMLEY, B.Sc., M.R.C.V.S., Bradford

    0. GRAHAM-JONES, M.R.C.V.S., London Dr. NILS OBEL, Stockholm

    W. D. TAVENOR, B.V.Sc., M.R.C.V.S., London ANDREW EDGSON, M.R.C.V.S., Reading N. R. TURNBULL, F.R.C.V.S., Basingstoke

    PROFESSOR S. E. OLSON, Stockholm

    SATURDAY 22ND A P R I L A clinico-pathologic study of Canine Derma- R. H. SCHWARTZMAN, V.M.D., tology. Philadelphia, U.S.A. Is E. coli (Bacterium coli) infection of signifi- cance in the dog? Coffee. Ocular Surgery (including a Colour Film on the PROFESSOR FILIPPO CELLA, Uni- Corneal Graft Uperation in the Dog). versity of Bologna.

    PROFESSOR DOZZA, University of Perugia Dr. J. MEYNARD, Bordeaux

    W. MANSI, Ph.D., Weybridge

    Ear Cleansing in the Dog. Lunch. Television Procedures. 40 minutes (a) Surgical Procedures of the Cor- W. G. MAGRANE, D.V.M., M.Sc.

    nea. (Med.), South Bend, U.S.A. 20 minutes (b) Anaesthesia of the Bad Risk HOLLAND BIRKETT, M.R.C.V.S.,

    Patient. Aldersho t 60 minutes (c) An Orthopaedic Operation. D. D. LAWSON, M.R.C.V.S., Glas-

    gow Tea Griseofulvin in the Treatment of Ringworm in OLGA UVAROV, M.R.C.V.S., Small Animals. Green ford

    SUNDAY 23RD A P R I L Fluid Replacement in the surgical case.

    Practice, Profits and Pleasure

    JOHN WATT, B.V.M.S., M.R.C.V.S., Edinburgh M. YOUNG, M.R.C.V.S., Ealing

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    10.15-1 1.00

    11 .OO-11.30 11.30-12.15

    12.15- 1.00 1.00- 2.15 2.15- 3.15

    3.15- 4.00

    4.00- 4.30 4.30- 5.30


    Canine Nephritis. W. I. M. MCINTYRE, Ph.D.,

    Coffee. The non-renal clinical changes in chronic Dr. FOLKE PEARSON, Stockholm nephropathies in dogs. Otitis Media in the Dog. Dr. H. MOLTZEN, Copenhagen Lunch. Canine Glaucoma. W. G. MAGRANE, D.V.M., MSc.

    (Med.), South Bend, U.S.A. Studies on Spinal Cord Compression in the Dog. PROFESSOR S. E. OLSON, Stock-

    holm Tea. The Present Position of Immunization against J. A. BAKER, D.V.M., Ph.D., M.Sc., canine viral diseases in the U.S.A. Cornell University Closing of Congress and Annual General Meeting B.S.A.V.A. Part 11.

    M.R.C.V.S., Glasgow

    Authors Note

    IN THE August 1960 issue of the Journal a paper appeared by J. Stratton, M.R.C.V.S., titled Framycetin sulphate in small animal practice (page 91). In the authors references he quoted a paper as Stratton, J. (1960). In press. This paper has now been published, with the following reference: Some observations on the use of Franiyce- tin (1960) J . roy. Army vet. Cps. 31, 125.

    Facts and Figures about Dogs in the U.S.A.

    The following item is reproduced from J . Amer. vet. med. Ass. (1960) 137, 36.

    THE canine population, now estimated to be about 26,000,000, is growing twice as fast as the human population. Some 18,000,000 families own a dog or dogs (more than 3,000,000 homes have 2 or more). Between 3,500,000 and 4,000,000 pups are born annually, and the sales volume may be running as high as a million dogs a year. The estimated annual dollar volume of purebred dog sales is about $25,000,000.

    The annual sales volume of the dog industry as a whole probably exceeds $500,000,000, including the $350,000,000 spent last year on prepared dog foods. No less than $25,000,000 a year goes for toys, shampoos, brushes, leashes, collars, and other accessories. Dog licence fees total about $35,000,000 a year, and costs of medical care, including both veterinarians fees and medications, come to about $120,000,000.-From Consumer Report, July 1960.