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This study is a systematic review of cultural narratives that drive American belief in the value and efficacy of stocking up on fish antibiotics for human consumption. Popularized by "doomsday prepper" forums and survivalist medical professionals' online videos, this narrative suggests that in some scenarios humans may benefit from such treatments-even as they note its contraindication to mainstream public health advice. Discussions in crowd-sourcing forums however, reveal that in practice Americans are using them as a form of home remedy to treat routine infections without missing work or to make up for gaps in insurance coverage. This article argues for greater attention to what makes it plausible and reasonable to treat human conditions with animal medications. It suggests that public health initiatives should address such decisions as emerging from a rational analysis of social and economic conditions rather than dismissing such practices as dangerous to population and individual health outcomes. As social scientists of medicine have long argued, collective narratives about health and medicine illustrate deeply the broader contexts in which communities understand and experience bodily state and shape how communities interact with public health institutions and respond to medical expertise. This study surveys online discussions about "fish mox" to show how participants contest medical expertise and promote a more distributed form of populist expertise. As such, consuming fish mox is both panacea for health inequality and a critique of health institutions for perpetrating such stratification.




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For example, there are strict regulations about how human antibiotics must be packaged, stored, and shipped. In an extreme case, the fish antibiotics you buy could be contaminated with protozoan or microbes. However, a more likely scenario is that poor storage conditions could have caused the antibiotics to deteriorate and lose effectiveness.


They are actually intended for fish, you use it for various fin skin or other fish illnesses. They usually come in some sort of capsules that you open and sprinkle the content into the tank as directed. Just an FYI.


Fish Cephalexin also known as Kelflex, is a broad-spectrum antibiotic used in the treatment of a wide range on non-specific bacterial infections. It is effective against a number of pathogenetic bacteria associated with ornamental fish diseases.


Amoxicillin from fish aid antibiotics exerts a bacterial action on gram positive and some gram negative bacteria. Useful for control of some common bacterial diseases of fish, including Aeromona and Pseudomonas genera and mysobacterial group (gill diseases, Chondrococcus)


Fish Clindamycin exerts a bactericidal action on gram positive and some gram negative bacteria. Useful for control of some common bacterial fish diseases, including diseases caused by bacteria such as Aeromonas, Pseudomonas, and Mycobacterial (Gill diseases and Chondrococcus)


Fish Aid Doxycycline Hyclate is an antibiotic that exerts a bactericidal action on gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. Useful for control of some common bacterial diseases in fish, including Septicemia, Mouth Rot, and Fin and Tail Rot.


Fish Aid Metronidazole is an antibiotic that exerts a bactericidal action on gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. Useful to help control some common bacterial diseases in fish such as Aeromonas, Pseudomonas, and Mycobacterial (Gill diseases and Chondrococcus). Effective against anaerobic bacteria, a bacteria that only grows where there is no oxygen. Also used to control parasitic diseases such as Cryptocaryon irritans, Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, and Hexamita.


Fish Aid Penicillin exerts a bactericidal action on gram positive and some gram negative bacteria. It is useful for the control of some common bacterial diseases of fish including : fin, tail rot and flexibacter infections.


This product exerts a bactericidal action on gram positive and some gram-negative bacteria. It is useful for the control of bacterial diseases of fish, which includes fin and tail rot and flexibacter infections.


The online availability of OTC fish antibiotics and the intent of consumers purchasing these antibiotics has not been quantified. The purpose of this study was to assess online availability of OTC fish antibiotics and describe their intended use for self-medication through publicly available comments and product purchase reviews.


The authors identified 24 website vendors with online ordering available for OTC fish antibiotics. Nine vendor websites (S1 Table) were included and 15 websites were excluded due to the consumer reviews not existing or not being publicly available. Nine fish antibiotics were selected and analyzed based on their common use in the treatment of human infections and the possibility of having negative repercussions as a result of self-medication (Table 1).


There are several limitations to this study. Firstly, this study is based on available website transactions and reviews, and thus it may not represent all vendors selling fish antibiotics. Additionally, the proportion of human consumption related reviews may be under- or overestimated due to consumer reluctance to disclose use of fish antibiotics for self-medication. Finally, our study focused only on English language websites and thus some websites in other languages were excluded.


This study is the first to objectively document the prevalence of fish antibiotics intended for human self-medication. Future studies should evaluate objective motivators behind self-medication with fish or other OTC antibiotics. Quality assurance and verification of stated contents of fish antibiotics is currently underway.


Although infrequent, antibiotics intended for fish use are being purchased online without a prescription for self-medication to circumvent professional medical care. Reviews related to human consumption generate significant online traffic compared to reviews unrelated to human consumption. Patient education and clinician awareness of this phenomenon may help mitigate patient-specific utilization.


If the fish in your aquarium show signs of illness such as whitish sores, red streaks on the fins, body, tail, or scales that stick out from the body, you need to take quick action. These and many other symptoms are caused by bacterial infections that, once they take hold, can be hard to control. Fish Mox (Amoxicillin) from Thomas Labs can treat many bacterial infections in freshwater and saltwater aquariums.


Suitable for both freshwater and saltwater fish, Fish Mox targets disease-causing bacteria and keeps them from developing cell walls, thus halting their growth. This keeps the bacteria from reproducing and gets rid of the infection. It is effective against a broad range of gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria that can affect saltwater and freshwater aquarium fishes.


If even one fish is suffering from a bacterial infection, the entire aquarium suffers. Help your finned friends get better and keep your aquarium healthy with Fish Mox from Thomas Labs. Fish Mox fish antibiotics clears up many types of infections and prevents further complications. It helps control skin ulcerations, eye infections, pop-eye, red pest, columnaris disease (often referred to as cottonmouth), dropsy, tail or fin rot, and gill disease.


However, taking these products is not without risk. Unlike antibiotics for humans or other animals, fish antibiotics are completely unregulated by the Food and Drug Administration, so it is impossible to know if they contain what the label states and are safe for human consumption. Self-medication with fish antibiotics might contribute to increasing antimicrobial resistance. Patients may also delay appropriate treatment causing potentially life-threatening infections. Like all medications, antibiotics should be dispensed from a pharmacy with a prescription from a licensed medical professional.


Fish Mox (Amoxicillin Trihydrate) from Thomas Labs is a broad-spectrum antibiotic that controls gram-positive and some gram-negative bacteria in fish. It works by halting the multiplication of bacteria associated with both fresh and salt water ornamental fish diseases. This fish antibiotic is useful for control of some common bacterial diseases in fish including Dropsy, Fin Rot, Red Pest, and diseases caused by bacteria such as Aeromonas, Pseudomonas, and Mycobacterial (Gill diseases and Chondrococcus).


Warnings: For aquarium and ornamental fish only. Not for human use. This product should not be given to fish intended for human consumption. Keep out of the reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately. Storage: Keep container tightly closed and in a cool, dry place. 041b061a72


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