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Veterinary and Food Institute Bratislava

aktualizované dňa 22. februára 2016


Address, contacts


Address

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Web:

Botanická 15, 842 52 Bratislava
+421 2 38 108 212
+421 2 65 427 461
svuba@svuba.sk
http://www.svuba.sk


Director

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Alexandra Slezarova, DVM.
+421 2 38 108 212
riaditel@svuba.sk


Head of Department of Epizootics

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Alena Gajdošová, DVM
+421 2 38 108 230
svuba@svuba.sk


Department of Applied Ecology and Hygienic Disciplines

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Yveta Vojsova, Dipl. Ing.
+421 2 38 108 260
svuba@svuba.sk


Basic information

The authorized workplace, the Veterinary and Food Institute in Bratislava, SKTC-150 provides the performance of laboratory diagnostics on highly specialized workplaces, divided into two specialized units: 

  • Department of Epizootics
  • Department of Applied Ecology and Hygienic Disciplines


The activities of the Institute are aimed at sample testing within the scope of eradication programs on farm animal holdings, veterinary prevention and protection of national territory, national program for monitoring of foreign substance residues, food surveillance, coordinated targeted monitoring, monitoring of consumption basket, game and fish monitoring, import and export control, as well as for the purpose of private sector, whether for the implementation of Act Nr. 264/1999 Coll. on technical requirements for products and on conformity assessment, or feed registration in their introduction to the internal market.

 

Department of Epizootics
is working complexly in the information system SLP®; the Department is concerned with the identification of agents and sources of infectious and non-infectious diseases of farm animals and companion animals, including diseases transmissible to humans, so-called antropozoonoses. The identification is done through the pathological anatomy and histology, involving rabies diagnostics, general and specific bacteriology, serology and immunology, virology, parasitology, mycology, biochemistry and toxicology.

 

Department of Applied Ecology and Hygienic Disciplines
is divided into accredited unit for detection of foreign substances, unit of chemistry, unit of food hygiene and unit of feed hygiene and nutrition of farm animals. The Department is concerned with testing food and raw materials of animal and plant origin, feed materials for farm animals, as well as waters used in food industry and agriculture in respect to their safety in compliance with valid Codexes and Decrees. The testing methods include sensory, microbiological and physical-chemical methods, including detection of foreign substances, whether additives or contaminants, drugs, mycotoxins and suchlike.