Diagnosis and Treatment
Author: Edward J. Noga
Publisher: Mosby Incorporated
A handy practical guide to diagnosis, treatment and management of disease in pet (freshwater) fish. The book addresses common problems, such as water quality, by describing and illustrating the problem with both a clinical photograph and a photomicrograph where applicable. Final section of the book covers treatment through both practical individual and environmental quality measures.
Author: Takashi Aoki
Publisher: EOLSS Publications
Fish Diseases theme is a component of Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Sciences, Engineering and Technology Resources in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is an integrated compendium of twenty one Encyclopedias. Diseases caused by bacteria, viruses and certain parasites, have thus far been suggested as the main culprit for declining aquaculture production and are thus deemed responsible to for huge losses amounting to billions of dollars annually. There are a number of fish diseases that are of utmost importance due to their debilitating effects on both cultured and marine fish, and includes Streptococcosis caused by a number of Steptococcus spp., Furunclosis, Vibriosis, Edwasiellosis, Mycobacteriosis, Nocardiosis, to name a few. The need to prevent and counteract the effect of these diseases is therefore of paramount importance. In recent years, we saw the increase in studies focusing on fish diseases particularly on those involved in unveiling the etiological agents of the diseases and how to properly treat or eradicate them, which often involved chemotherapy or administration of antibiotics. To lessen the use of antibiotics which arguably brings with it harmful side effects, a lot have been put into the development of effective prophylactic methods against fish diseases such as vaccines and also on finding efficient and reliable means of diagnosing the disease. The volume covers in detail the various diseases in fish and shellfish caused by bacteria and viruses. The contributing authors of each section have had extensive experience with fish diseases and have outlined what we need to know regarding a particular disease in a manner that is both easy to understand and apply. In Chapter 1, the various methods for disease diagnosis, prevention including vaccination and treatment of fish diseases are discussed. Chapter 2 includes and presents the various ways fish and shellfish protect themselves or fight off disease causing pathogens through their immune systems. Chapters 3 and 4 describe the diseases caused by bacterial pathogens in inland water (or freshwater) and marine water, respectively. These chapters include the identification of bacterial species responsible for the diseases and how to properly diagnose and treat them. Chapter 5 presents fish diseases caused by viral pathogens, their etiological agents, diagnosis and treatment.
marine fish and crustacean diseases in Indonesia
Signs, Diagnosis, Causes, Treatment for Tropical Freshwater Fish
Author: Peter Burgess,Mary Bailey,Adrian Exell
Publisher: *Howell Book House
The aim of this book is to help aquarists recognize signs of illness so they can identify and resolve problems. Divided into three sections, the first focuses on health and husbandry, describing the signs of a healthy fish, anatomy and general care; the second provides signs of diseases and health problems and is cross-referenced to section three, which covers the treatment of diseases and health problems. Illustrated throughout with top-quality color photos, the book is an invaluable reference for novice to experienced fishkeepers.
Author: P. T. K. Woo,John F. Leatherland
Written by experts actively working in the area, this book provides a review of the major diseases of fish caused by protozoan and metazoan parasites. The new edition has been thoroughly updated since publication of the first edition in 1995. It covers recent advances in the understanding of fish diseases including the improvement of diagnostic techniques and understanding of phylogenetic relationships stemming from the application of molecular techniques. The book also contains more detailed information on pathogens that cause amoebiasis.
Prevention and Control Strategies
Author: Galina Jeney
Publisher: Academic Press
Fish Diseases: Prevention and Control Strategies provides essential information on disease prevention and treatment by the most experienced fish culturists in the industry. The book presents both traditional and novel methodologies of identifying and addressing fish disease risk, along with preventative and responsive insights to the challenges impacting fish production today. Both specific (vaccination) and non-specific (immunostimulation) approaches are explored, from maintaining optimal environmental conditions, to understanding how stressors in fish affect their immune system. Includes relevant information on government restrictions on drug usage in aquaculture to address the strict demand for fish products free of pollutants/antibiotics Presents best practices in fish farming to prevent disease and promote good health status and fish disease management Provides the most recent research on fish diseases prevention, the pathogens most studied, and options for methods of treatment
Author: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
A reference for official veterinarians, veterinary inspectors and fish health experts to facilitate daily tasks at aquaculture farms in five Balkan countries and improve product compliance with common EU market standards.
Author: Marcy J. Souza
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
A comprehensive review of zoonoses and public health for the exotic animal practitioner! The issue will cover: zoonoses and preventive medicine practices, rabies, followed by specific, individual chapters on zoonoses associated with invertebrates, fish, reptiles and amphibians, common pet birds, backyard flocks, wild birds, rabbits and rodents, pocket pets, felids & procyonids, and primates and monkeys.
Author: Erwin Amlacher
Publisher: TFH Publications
Technique of investigation; Diagnosis; Prophylaxis, hygiene and therapy; The sending of fish for analysis; Viral and bacterial diseases; Viruses and bacteriophages; Bacteria; Diseases caused by dinoflagellates; Mycosis (fungal diseases); Protozoan diseases; Flagellates (Mastigophora); Helminthiasis (worm diseases); Trematodes; Cestodes; Nematodes; Acanthocephala; Fish leeches; Leeches of crustacea; Crustacean parasites of fish; Ecological diseases produced by chemical and physical factors; Hereditary diseases; Tumors; Geological factors which adversely affect aquaria, and their control; Special suggestions for veterinarians, with reference to decisions on fish diseases.