Ceva Salud Animal sponsors the Centauro Feline Medicine Congress in Malaga


The company collaborated with distribution company Centauro in a meeting that brought together more than 70 veterinarians. The GRAM project and rational use of antibiotics were points of interest.


Ceva Salud Animal sponsored the Centauro Feline Medicine Congress, held on May 23 in Malaga. The company accompanied the veterinary professionals who attended this training initiative organized by Centauro, the leading veterinary distribution company. The conference included presentations by three prominent professionals: Marisa Palmeiro, Salvador Cervantes, and Diego Esteban Saltiferri.

The event, also in collaboration with Bioiberica and Hill’s, brought together more than 70 veterinarians interested in feline medicine. Presentations are developed in a dynamic format, which encourages constant interaction between speakers and attendees.

During the day, Ana de la Hiran, veterinary technician at Ceva Salud Animal, discussed the rational use of antibiotics and presented the GRAM project that the company offers to veterinarians. This project demonstrates Ceva Salud Animal’s commitment to animal health and protecting the future effectiveness of antibiotics.

The GRAM project promotes training and responsible use of antibiotics in veterinary practice, and this year has two new initiatives in collaboration with Salvador Cervantes. In terms of the course Connected Free for rational use, Antibiotraining, which has four modules that will be gradually opened throughout this year and which include two online sessions; On the other hand, there is a consulting service for asking questions and inquiries through its website: www.ceva-gram.com/es.

Those interested can register for Antibiotraining at https://cevagramantibiotraining.com.

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