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is taramicine is safe for fish

 
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:47 pm Post subject: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

 my  fish  wander  say  me  to  put  1  cap.  of  500  mg  of  taramicine  in  tank  is  it  safe  for  my  fish
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:52 pm Post subject: Re: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

 ..its  Teramycine  I  believe.
 yes  it  is  a  broad  spectrum  antibiotic.
 I  have  used  it  for  treating  discus.
 
 What  are  you  trying  to  treat?
 I  used  500  mg  for  my  110gl.
 for  4  days..
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 4:56 pm Post subject: Re: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

 Depends  on  what  purpose  you  are  using.  Unnecessary  using  of  Antibiotics  may  have  huge  affect  on  your  fish’s  health.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 5:03 pm Post subject: Re: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

                                                   
Kaushik  wrote  (View  Post):                
Depends  on  what  purpose  you  are  using.  Unnecessary  using  of  Antibiotics  may  have  huge  affect  on  your  fish’s  health.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 5:50 pm Post subject: Re: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

 If  possible  always  stay  away  from  Antibiotics  in  Fish  Tank.  Antibiotics  have  lots  of  bad  side  effects  also.  Only  in  extream  case  use  them.  And  if  you  are  planning  to  medicate  fishes,  always  move  them  into  a  hospital  tank  from  main  tank  and  start  medicating.
 
 Amoxy  is  the  greatest  killer  of  BB  in  filter  as  well  as  fish  tank.  So  be  carefull.
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 03, 2008 6:07 pm Post subject: Re: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

 IMO  Terramycine  is  used  as  for  external  infection.  Terramycine  should  be  used  only  as  a  last  resort  generally  common  salt(not  the  iodized  salt.  It  may  be  harmful)  will  do  the  work  what  terramycine  does.
    Regaular  water  change  and  good  feeding  with  temperature  control  will  keep  most  of  the  diseases  away...
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PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 11:33 am Post subject: Re: is taramicine is safe for fish Reply with quote

 Terramycin,   oxytetracyclin  ,  Amoxcylin  ,  etc  ,  etc  all  are  antibiotics  ,  meant  for  Bacteria  only  .
 
 Use  of  Antibiotics  in  Aquarrium  is  a  big  subject  and  needs  to  be  understand  carefully  before  using  them  on  fish  .  It  is  very  effective  if  used  correctly  for  particular  bacteria  and  will  have  negative  effects  if  not  used  correctly   .  I  will  list  few  points  to  be  taken  in  to  consideration  before  using  any  antibiotics  on  fishes  .My  experience  is  based  on  Discus  fishes  .
 
 1)  Understand  the  problem  of  fish  and  cause  of  the  problem  .  Different  bacteria  causes  differnt  problems  .
 2)  Selection  of  Antibiotics  :  Select  the  proper  antibiotic  which  had  worked  for  you  earlier  .
 3)  Dosage  :  The  dosage  of  Antibiotic  should  be  correct  .  If  the  dosage  for  short  bath  is  3.5  gm  @  100  ltrs  &  2.0  gm  for  long  bath  ,  it  should  be  given  accordingly  .  never  to  underdose  .  
 4)  Duration  of  Treatment  :  Antibiotics  should  never  be  use  for  one  or  two  days  ,  you  have  to  go  for  full  course  of  12  days  .  
 5)  Never  to  stop  Antibiotic  treatment  half  way  ,  even  though  you  finds  your  Discus  are  ok  .
 6)  Never   forget  to  redose  antibiotic  during  WC  .  
 7)  During  WC  antibiotic  should  be  redose  before  the  filling  of  the  new  water  in  to  the  tank  and  not  after  the  Tank  is  fill  .  
 Cool  After  the  completion  of  treatment  ,  do  200%  WC  .  The  treated  tank  should  wiped  out  and  cleaned  properly   during  each  WC  .  
 9)  keep  away  from  suggesting  Antibiotics  names  to  others  in  your  circle  .  The  Antibiotics  which  works  for  you  may  /  may  not  work  for  otheres  .
 10)  Antibiotic  is  the  last  weapon  to  be  used  in  case  you  have  major  problem  and  provided   you  follow  the  above  all  points  1  to  10  without  fail  .
 11)  If  you  don't  follow  the  rule  ,  your  fishes  may  have  problem  in  long  run  .  Bacteria  will  have  ressistant  and  will  not  be  able  to  kill  at  any  dosage  level  .
 
 
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