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ℹ️ Medications & Treatments Index 🐠

 

How to Quarantine

 

Medications

  • Acriflavine is a first aid antiseptic, useful for treating bacterial infections (and velvet).
  • Antibiotics treats bacterial infections.
  • Chloroquine Phosphate treats ich, velvet, brook & uronema.
  • Copper treats ich & velvet.
  • Fenbendazole is a dewormer used to treat (prazi resistant) flukes and gastrointestinal parasites (worms).
  • Formalin treats velvet, brook, uronema, flukes, black ich.
  • Freshwater Dip provides temporary relief for a wide range of diseases. Can also be used to confirm the presence of Flukes.
  • Hydrogen Peroxide provides temporary relief for velvet.
  • Hyposalinity treats ich & flukes.
  • Methylene Blue treats ammonia burn, cuts, cyanide poisoning. Excellent “first response” treatment for a sick fish.
  • Metronidazole treats internal parasites, brook, uronema.
  • Praziquantel is a dewormer used to treat flukes, black ich, intestinal worms.
  • Tank Transfer Method treats ich only.
  • Vitamins/Herbal Remedies to boost a fish’s immune system, supplement dietary deficiencies, and improve overall health.

 

Great website with LOTS of information on all different kinds of medications: http://www.americanaquariumproducts.com/Aquarium_Medication.html

 

More listings to come... stay tuned.

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Christopher Marks

Thank you @Humblefish for contributing your library of fish medication and treatment articles to the community!

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2 hours ago, Christopher Marks said:

Thank you @Humblefish for contributing your library of fish medication and treatment articles to the community!

You’re very welcome! Many more to come as I update the information.

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Tamberav
On 11/27/2018 at 10:43 PM, Humblefish said:

ℹ️ Medications & Treatments Index 🐠

 

Medications

 

More listings to come... stay tuned.

Hello! Welcome to our community. I have seen your posts on other sites and you are very knowledgeable, thanks for sharing it here too!

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