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Liquid Fish Wormer

Praziquantel & Levamisole is used for the treatments of external and internal parasites, flukes, flatworms, and tapeworms also Capillaria, Eustronggylides, Camallanus, and Contracaecum are all common among many fish species. Praziquantel & Levamisole is known to be one of the safest, most effective fish treatments available for treating a vast array of external and internal parasites.

It is a safe and effective for use in fresh water or salt water aquariums. It does not harm the biofilter, plants or invertebrates (including shrimp) it also has the added benefit of stimulating and boosting the immune system also providing protection

Fish Wormer Medication

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  • Deworming Treatment

    Fish are susceptible to worms, emphasizing the need for regular deworming every 2-6 months or when signs of symptoms.

    Identifying Worm Symptoms:

    Promptly address signs such as loss of appetite, weight loss, or transparent, white segmented poo indicating potential parasites or worms.

    Preferred Deworming Approach:

    At Kings of the Aquarium, we like the use of Levamisole/Praziquantel, a medication designed to eliminate parasites and worms. Given the egg-laying nature of these parasites, a targeted 9-day (3-3-3) treatment is essential to eradicate both the parasites and their eggs.

     

     

     

    Treatment Breakdown:

    Days 1 to 3:

     

    Day 1

     

    Turn off UV lights and remove carbon filtration from the aquarium.

     

    Perform a minimum of 50% water change before treatment

     

    Administer fish wormer at 1mL per 10L of tank water

     

    Make sure you have well oxygenated water with the use of an air stone as medications pull oxygen out of the water resulting in fish not breathing and causing death

     

    Allow the solution to act for 72 hours to eliminate tank parasites

    Continue feeding as normal

     

    Days 4 to 6:

     

    Perform a large water change (70% – 80%) on day 4 to remove the medication and Vacuum all the fish poo and worms in the substrate and around the tank

     

    Continue feeding as normal

     

     

    Days 7 to 9:

     

    Conduct a partial water change of a minimum of 30% on day 7 to prepare for the next cycle of the treatment

     

    On day 7 administer fish wormer at 1mL per 10L of tank water

    Allow the solution to act for 72 hours to eliminate remaining parasites

     

    Day 10:

     

    Perform a large water change (70% – 80%) on day 4 to remove the medication and Vacuum all the fish poo and worms in the substrate and around the tank

    Treatment completed

     

    Levamisole hydrochloride (HCl) is indeed considered safe and effective for treating internal parasites in aquarium fish, particularly nematodes, when used at appropriate dosages. It is known for its efficacy against various types of parasites without harming the beneficial bacteria in the bio-filter, aquatic plants, invertebrates, or uninfected fish. Besides its parasiticidal properties, levamisole HCl is believed to have immune-boosting effects on fish. This additional benefit can help fish recover more effectively from parasitic infections and improve their overall health.

     

    When using any medication in an aquarium, it's crucial to follow the manufacturer's instructions and recommended dosages carefully to ensure the safety of the fish and the effectiveness of the treatment. Additionally, it's advisable to remove any activated carbon from the filter during treatment, as it can absorb medications and reduce their effectiveness.

     

    Disclaimer: This is a guide only. Kings Of The Aquarium is not liable for any losses and holds no responsibility in the event of the death of the fish. Users of this guide are to use the information at their own discretion and accept all risks resulting from the use of this guide.

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