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Basically im torn. I like the idea of tank raised fish, but I am more than aware of the problems of hybridization and inbreeding, not to mention the selective breeding for certain traits. Its really not any better than puppy mills, imho. There are pros however, such as not depleting the wild populations, and the ability to adapt to wider range of water parameters, making once unobtainable fish comfortable in our home aquaria. Then there are the issues of hormone injection, tattooing (which I wont get into, its obvious), and genetic alteration. Of course the biggest advantage to tank raised fish, is keeping the cost down to the average hobbyist. On the other hand, wild caught populations of fish diminish their numbers in the wild, to the point of near extinction and extinction in some cases.
An injured fish and its care How to Care for an Injured Fish • For an injured fish, treat the wound with Nystatin ointment. The ointment adheres to the skin well and promotes healing. To apply, take the fish out of the water and place on a wet towel or cloth. Using blotting or filter paper, dry off the area around the wound and apply Nystatin. Repeat two times daily until new skin forms or the wound closes. Hint: If you keep a fishs eyes covered, he will struggle less during the procedure. • Another wound ointment is Volon-A adhesive ointment. Although it is applied the same way as Nystatin ointment, you can also mix powdered antibiotics, sulfonamides or antifungal agents into it if needed. Mix 95 percent ointment and 5 percent of the additional treatment and apply to the fishs wound.
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Thiomersal also thimerosal is an mercury compound established as a n antiseptic and antifungal agent. The pharmaceutical corporation Eli Lilly gave thiomersal the trade name merthiolate. It has been used as a preservative in vaccines, immunoglobulin preparation, skin test antigens, ophthalmic, and nasal products, and tattoo inks. Its use as a vaccine preservative is controversial, and it is being phased out from routine childhood vaccines in the United States, the Europe and Canada. Pharmaceutical company claim that the reason thimerosal was added to vaccine was to prevent introducing bacteria like Staphyloccus from being introduced with the vaccine. In 1928, 21 children died from “infected” diphtheria vaccine that lacked the preservative thiomersal. Thiomersal was chosen as an additive because it does not reduce the potency of the vaccines that it protects. Thiomersal is not needed and not used in more-expensive single-dose injectables. In the United States and other affluent countries, thiomersal is no longer used as a preservative in routine childhood vaccines.
Several vaccines that are not routinely recommended for young children do contain thiomersal, including DT (diphtheria and tetanus), Td (tetanus and diphtheria), and TT (tetanus toxoid).
Eliminating the preservative, thiomersal, in multi-dose vaccines, primarily used in developing countries, will lead to high cost and requirement of refrigeration which the developing countries can ill afford, the UN’s final decision is to continue adding thimerosal in “developing countries” vaccines.
Thiomersal is very toxic by inhalation, ingestion, and in contact with skin with a cumulative effects. Parents see thiomersal as a cause for increasing rate of autism as more vaccines in the childhood were required.
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