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ABYnot, the notion that human amoxi. is more expensive than fish-mox is incorrect. generic human prescription amoxi costs $4.00 at walmart/target/etc. for thirty 500mg pills. you will NOT find equiv. dosage fishmox for under $15.00 - $20.00. furthermore, the notion that the medical industry, especially pharmaceuticals, prices their products based on the cost of materials/ manufacturing/ distribution is way off. pharm industry will make/distribute a pill for .002 cents and sell it for 1.99 if they can... and the industry often get away with it. product profit margins are so great in this industry because sales price has nothing to do w/ cost like it does in many industries. however, enough generic antibiotics have flooded the market that it is a competitive enough 'MARKET' for costs to actually be represented in the price. that is why u can pick up pills for pennies.

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Although the pharmacokinetics of many antibiotics have not been scientifically determined for most species of fish (and especially not for most ornamental species), good estimations of the activity of many antibiotics have been determined from clinical experience and from work with food fish. Following such guidelines for dosages and their corresponding treatment intervals (e.g., Table 1 ) should yield good results.

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How can you be sure that the fish antibiotics you buy really are meant for humans? Read on… At FishMoxFishFlex we get 1-2 new shipments of medicine in every week to guarantee that we have the latest expiration dates possible on our fish antibiotics, and as always, place your order before 2 and we'll ship it that day.

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At FishMoxFishFlex we get 1-2 new shipments of medicine in every week to guarantee that we have the latest expiration dates possible on our fish antibiotics, and as always, place your order before 2 and we'll ship it that day.

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Antibiotics are used in fish largely to treat and prevent disease, not to promote growth, says study leader Hansa Done, a PhD candidate at Arizona State University’s Center for Environmental Security. They’re dispersed into the water in fish farms and are sometimes injected into fish directly. And once they get into the fish, they generally stay there, even though their concentration diminishes over time.As the first physician to write, years ago, about aquarium and avian antibiotics as a survival tool, I’ve long realized their utility in preventing unnecessary deaths in true survival scenarios (in normal times, seek modern and standard medical care). Lately, I’ve received a lot of mail asking about the upcoming FDA Veterinary Feed Directive. Does it mean the end of the availability of fish and bird meds for placement in disaster medical storage? To understand what the Veterinary Feed Directive is