This congress was biggest in AiSVS history.
Four Continuing Education Programs, 48 oral presentations, and 47 poster presentations were reported. Active discussion was done within delegates and speakers in each presentation in these programs.
The fifth Annual Congress of AiSVS (Asian Society of Veterinary Surgery)
was held on Nov 1st & 2nd , 2015 in Renaissance Hotel, Kuala Lumpur,
Malaysia within AMAMS (Asian Meeting of Animal Medical Specialties).
In the Surgical Session, 8 Continuing Education Programs, 15 oral presentations, and 4 poster presentations were reported. Active discussion was done within delegates and speakers in each presentation in these programs.
There are three presenters who were selected for the “Best Presentation Award”.
Dr. Lin HY; Promising mesenchymal stem cells exist in a state attached to adipocytes in canine bone marrow.
Dr. Hsieh FY; A retrospective study of total hip replacements in Taiwan from 2004 to 2014
Dr. Son W; Clinical use of atracurium in general anesthesia of dogs and cats: 548 cases
AiSVS Executive Board members and Key members meeting was held on Dec. 1st after the end of Oral Presentation (refer to the Minutes).
Continuing Education Programs were sponsored by;
DS Pharma Animal Health
Report on AMAMS 2013 Jan. 17, 2014
AMAMS 2013, a meeting of four veterinary groups been held every two years, including Asian Society/College of Veterinary Dermatology, Asian Society/College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Asian College of Veterinary Ophthalmology, and Asian Society of Veterinary Surgery, was held at Bogor Agricultural University (IPB : Institut Pertanian Bogor) International Convention Center at Bogor, Indonesia, during December 13 to 15, 2013 (Photo 1, 2).
President of this meeting was Professor Dondin Sajuthi of Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science, IPB. Many veterinarians in Indonesia contributed to this meeting as Organizing Committee members under the great support of Indonesian Veterinary Medical Association.
Responsible veterinary surgeons for the programs in Veterinary Surgery were Drs. Deni Noviana and Siti Zaenab, to whom we would like to express our great appreciation.
Total number of delegates was more than 420, including about 140 Japanese veterinarians. In the Surgical Session, 18 Continuing Education Programs by 11 speakers, 18 oral presentations, and 9 poster presentations were reported in two rooms (Room Chrysant and Room C; refer to Time Table AiSVS) (Photo 3). Active discussion was done within delegates and speakers in each presentation in these programs.
AiSVS Executive Board members and Key members meeting was held on Dec. 14 after the end of Continuing Education Programs (refer to the Minutes). In this meeting, it was agreed that the next AiSVS annual meeting will be held in Osaka, Japan, collaborated with the Meeting of Japanese Society of Veterinary Anesthesia and Surgery and Japanese Society of Veterinary Cardiology in December, 2014.
In the morning of Dec. 15, the representatives of 4 groups had the meeting to discuss on AMAMS 2015. Dr. Cheng, N. invited the meeting to Malaysia, and all the attendants agreed with her proposal. AiSVS, of course, will join AMAMS 2015.
In the afternoon of Dec. 15, Dr. Wiwiek Bagja, President of Indonesian Veterinary Medical Association, called the major members who have discussed on the Asian Board of Veterinary Specialties since 2011. In Bangkok inn 2011, Dr. Siraya Chunekamrai (President of Veterinary Practitioners Association of Thailand at that time) called the responsible members of American Board of Veterinary Specialties, European Board of Veterinary Specialisation, and Australian and New Zealand College and discussed with key members of Asia on the potential way to establish Asian Board of Veterinary Specialties. Then in Jeju, Korea, in October, 2011、when WSAVA was held, the same subject was discussed within the similar members. As a result, several members would make a draft on regulations and others of Asian Board of Veterinary Specialties, which would be further discussed. However one of the main members has had sick and the draft has not yet been made by the time of this meeting in Bogor. Therefore we will wait for a while to further discuss on this issue after the draft will be made.
In the evening of Dec 14, Welcome / Farewell
Party (Photo 4) was held and many delegates joined the party. Instrumental
music was played and various Asian songs were played by all the delegates using
Indonesian folk instruments made of bamboo. At the coffee break and lunch time,
exhibition room was full with delegates (Photo 5).
On Dec. 16, a surgical workshop as a satellite program was held at
Veterinary Hospital at IPB (Photo 6). This hospital is about 20 km from IPB
International Convention Center and heavy traffic jam was expected, attendants
left the hotel at 6 AM. The workshop was on “Thoracotomy” and “Lung Lobectomy”.
Dr. K. Tani in Yamaguchi University, Japan, had a lecture on the surgery, then
showed a demonstration using a dead dog (Photo 7, 8). Attendants were divided
into 5 groups and did the same procedures using dead dogs. In the end of the
workshop, the procedures and related diseases were discussed among the
attendants and Dr. Tani. Most of attendants were very much satisfied to this
workshop. (Written by
The 2nd AiSVS (called as 2nd Conference) was held for Nov. 24-25, 2012
at Hanuan Hotel in the Campus of Nanjing Agricultural University, Nanjing,
China, collaborated with 19th Symposium of Society of Veterinary Surgery,
Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine (CAAV).
President of the Meeting was Professor Hou, Jiafa, Nanjing Agricultural University and Vice Presidents were Professor Liu, Yun, Northeast Agricultural University, Professor Yang, Hanping, Nanjing Agricultural University (and former Secretary General of CAAV), and Dr. Nobuo Sasaki, President of AiSVS. Ten companies supported this Meeting.
Registration started on Nov. 23. On the first day (Nov. 24) at 8:20 AM, the Opening Ceremony was held at the Main Room (Photo 1). Under the chair of Dr. Yang, Dr. Zhou Guanghong, President of Nanjing Agricultural University, gave a speech as welcoming the delegates to this International Meeting. The other main guests gave speeches to delegates.
From 9:00, programs started at Rooms of 6th and 11th Floors. Continuing Education Programs （Photo 2）were 13, among which 10 were held in English and 3 others were held in Chinese. Lecturers included 3 Japanese, 3 Taiwanese, 2 Koreans, 1 Thai, 1 USA and 3 Chinese.
Oral scientific presentations in English were 28 among which 12 were from Japan. Unfortunately 6 presentations were cancelled. Scientific presentations in Chinese were 29 (refer the Time Table).
All the meals including lunch and dinner for attendants were supported by the Meeting. On the night of Nov. 24, the formal Banquet was held in a comfortable restaurant near the Hotel.
In addition, a satellite program of wet surgical laboratory using dead animals or plastic models were held from the night of Nov. 21 to the morning of Nov. 23. Seventy-three including 5 Indonesian practitioners attended this program (Photo 3). Two surgeons ( Drs. Tani and Sasaki) from Japan and two ( Drs. Yeh and Lin) from Taiwan were the lecturers for this program. The attendants were quite active and many discussions were done within the program.
We really appreciate the great efforts of Dr. Hou and his colleagues、students and staffs, and many faculty members in China who have been giving great contribution to have this meeting. I also give my sincere appreciation to all the delegates of the meeting. I hope much more veterinary surgeons and practitioners will attend the future AiSVS Meeting.
(written by Nobuo Sasaki)
1-1-1 Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo 113-8657, Japan
Laboratory of Veterinary Surgery, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences,
the University of Tokyo