Bacterial Infections

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    Waterlife Myxazin broad spectrum bactericide

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    MYXAZIN lowers the count of harmful bacteria in aquarium water, treating Fin Rot, Body Rot, Ulcers, Sores and other bacterial infections. MYXAZIN will also help to control Pop - Eye Disease, Cloudy Eyes and Mouth Fungus. MYXAZIN should be used daily until symptoms disappear (typically this would be between 3 and 5 applications). MYXAZIN can also be used to sterilise nets and live foods such as Daphnia and Tubifex. MYXAZIN is mild on fish, highly biodegradable and effective against a wide range of fish health problems.

    Suitable for seawater (fish only systems), tropical freshwater and coldwater aquaria.

    API Melafix

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    Heals open wounds & abrasions, treats fin and tail rot, eye cloud, mouth fungus and promotes regrowth of damaged fin rays & tissue. Will not adversely affect the biological filter, alter the pH, or discolor water. Safe for reef aquariums and live plants. For use in fresh or salt water.

    Blue Planet Aquari-cycline Tablets

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    Aquari-Cycline is a broad spectrum Antibiotic in tablet form effective against a wide range of bacterial infections in fresh and saltwater aquariums. Aquari-Cycline tablets are formulated specifically for aquarium use with inert carriers which dissolve rapidly upon contact with water. The active constituent of Aquari-Cycline, "Tetracycline Hydrochloride", is now legal for open sale (S6) for use in ornamental fish.

    Bacterial diseases can be devastating in aquariums and rank along with other water quality problems and protozoa as major causes of loss of aquarium fish. Aquari-Cycline is active against a wide range of Grampositive and Gram-negative bacteria including Aeromomas and Pseudomonas sp. At the recommended dose rate Aquari-Cycline is bacteriostatic against Bacterial Septicaemia, Coldwater Disease, Columnaris Disease (mouth fungus, cottonwool disease), Furunculosis, Fin and Tail Rot.

    Treatment at the recommended dose rate for three days with subsequent partial water changes has not effected nitrification. However prolonged treatment of mature aquariums with antibiotics will affect nitrifying bacteria. The use of a separate treatment tank is recommended where only a few fish are infected.

    Directions: 1 tablet per 20 L Aquarium water

    Sizes: 25 tablets, 100 tablets

    Blue Planet Para-cide

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    Blue Planet Para-Cide Tablets control external parasite infestations in freshwater and saltwater aquariums. This bottle contains 25 tablets using 20mg Trichlorfon. Blue Planet Para-Cide controls external fish parasites such as Anchor Worm, Skin and Gill Flukes and Fish Lice in fresh and saltwater aquariums. Does not aid in the treatment of bacterial and viral infections.

    Treatment: Pre-dissolve tablets in a disposable cup before addition to the aquarium. Keep water temperature below 27°C. Maintain normal filtration and aeration. Repeat Treatment after 7 days to prevent re-infestation.

    Directions: 1 tablet per 40 L Aquarium water

    Sizes: 25 tablets, 100 tablets

    Blue Planet Fluke & Tapeworm

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    Blue Planet Fluke & Tapeworm Tablets is a treatment for flukes and tapeworms in ornamental fish. BP Fluke & Tapeworm Tablets have been developed specifically for in water medication of fresh and saltwater fish. The tablets have been specifically formulated with inert excipients to prevent pollution of aquariums. The tablets dissolve rapidly, releasing 95% of the active (praziquantel) within 10 minutes. Praziquantel has been known to effectively control flukes and tapeworm in ornamental fish for a number of years. However, the only products available were formulated for treatment of tapeworm in Dogs (Droncit, 50mg Praziquantel) and posed problems with polluting excipients and high cost of treatment when used in aquariums.

    Flukes: (Monogenetic trematodes) are common parasites of freshwater and marine fishes. Many hundred species are known, the most common groups being, Dactylogyrids (parasitising gills) and Gyrodactylids (parasitising gills, skin and fins). Dactylogyrids known as Gill Flukes, commonly infest all species of ornamental fish, particularly Livebearers, Goldfish, Discus and Angelfish. Gyrodactylids also frequently infest all species of ornamental fish. Fish infested with Gill Fluke show signs of respiratory distress, rapid gill movement, hanging at the surface etc. Fish with Fluke infestation of skin and fins exhibit signs similar to external protozoal infestations such as small red spots on skins and fins and scraping on objects in the aquarium to relieve irritations. Emaciation, inactivity and colour changes occur in chronic sufferers. Flukes can sometimes be seen with the naked eye as tiny pale worms 0.1 to 2mm in length, identification of the particular species is not important as treatment is the same for all flukes.

    Tapeworms: (cestodes) are most common in newly imported fish or wild-caught fish. When present, they are found in the intestines, attached to the intestinal wall by means of a scolex, a head-like structure with suckers. Signs of infestation include enlarged abdomen, and ill thrift.

    Suitable for Freshwater and Saltwater aquarium fish

    Treatment Pre-dissolve tablets in a disposable cup before addition to the aquarium.

    Directions: 1 tablet per 20 L of aquarium water

    Sizes: 25 tablets, 100 tablets

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