Chloroquine hyposalinity

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    Chloroquine hyposalinity


    *** Overview of Tank Transfer Method Tank Transfer Method (‘TTM’) is a method for prophylactic treatment for the Marine Ich parasite (Cryptocaryon irritans, referred herein as just ‘Ich’) that is common to marine fish (does not apply to freshwater fish). The method entails transferring a fish from one tank to another several times until the parasite is eliminated.

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    Feb 20, 2013 It is unknown why this is seen in some aquariums but not others. One hypothesis is that the chloroquine has a direct antibiotic effect on the nitrifying bacteria. Another idea is that the chloroquine kills so much microscopic life in the aquarium that the beneficial bacteria are overwhelmed, and an ammonia spike develops. Chloroquine or hypo to get rid of ich? - Specs 180g tank/ 55g refugium Livestock 200lbs liverock, 2in deep sandbed, simple corals, lionfish, porcupine puffer, niger trigger, queen angel, powder Use of Chloroquine phosphate tablets in patients with psoriasis may precipitate a severe attack of psoriasis. When used in patients with porphyria the condition may be exacerbated. Chloroquine phosphate tablets should not be used in these conditions unless the benefit to the patient outweighs the potential risks. Usage in Pregnancy

    If you read nothing else in this write-up, consider at minimum the following important points about administering TTM properly: 1. When administered correctly, TTM is highly effective at eliminating Ich from the fish.

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  6. Sep 26, 2013 How To Treat - Chloroquine phosphate CP is a “new drug” that actually was widely used to control external protozoa in saltwater aquariums back in the 70s & 80s. It was even used in some aquarium medications sold at LFS. Nowadays CP requires a prescription to purchase legitimately, making it more difficult to obtain.

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    While fish can tolerate hyposalinity, invertebrates shrimp, snails, corals, etc won’t. They’ll die every time. If you are going to treat a fish with ich using hyposalinity, then you have to do it in a hospital/quarantine tank. As far as treating your reef tank for ich, the best advice I can give you is to remove all the fish, treat the. Treat for 30 consecutive days, and during that time the SG must always remain at 1.009. If it inches up even slightly, the 30 day clock restarts. For this reason, many people use an auto top off system while performing hyposalinity. Some have even used hypo to successfully rid their display tank of ich, while others have failed. Chloroquine has a known anti-inflammatory effect. In theory this could possibly reduce gill edema and increase oxygen transport The gill edema and poor oxygen transport is what kills our fish It has been used in aquaculture since the late 70s There is no known antibacterial activity and therefore will not effect biologic filtration

     
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