Gel Based Bio-Bandage

Bio-Bandage

The World’s First Stay-In-Place, Medicated, Neonmycin-Based Topical Treatment For Fish!

Bio-Bandage is the first in a line of revolutionary treatments to help your pond, freshwater or marine fishes recover from injuries or disease conditions without negatively impacting their health or environment. Utilizing a proprietary vitamin-based polymer we can offer longer contact time and more rapid repair than any other neomycin based treatment on the market today. Ask for the best, ask for Bio-Bandage!

KEY BENEFITS

Great For Pond Fish
Great For Freshwater Or Marine Fishes
Works On Scale-less Fish Too
More Effective, Convenient & Economical Than A Dip
Less Stressful Than A Dip
Treats Fin Rot
Treats Lesions & Cysts
Treats External, Neomycin-Susceptible, Bacterial Diseases
Up To 165 Treatments Per 1 oz. Bottle
Highly Effective
Reduces Chance Of Resistance Buildup
Longest Contact Time Available Today

AVAILABLE SIZES

Pond Solutions
Gel 1 oz. (up to 165 treatments for larger fish) Item #71125
Powder 0.25 oz. (up to 150 treatments for smaller fish) Item #71025

Aquarium Solutions
Gel 0.08 fl. oz. (2.5 mL) (up to 15 treatments for aquarium fish) Item #71120

DIRECTIONS FOR USE

Store between 50 and
100 F. Shake vigorously before use. Never handle fish with dry
hands, always sanatize hands before and after handling.

For Wounds On The
Body Of The Fish: Working quickly and carefully, first clean the
wound* with a clean cotton-tip swab, cotton ball or paper toweling wrapped
around a finger; partically dry the wound taking care to not damage adjacent
healthy skin or scales on the fish; next apply enough gel to the cleaned and
dried are to completely cover the wound and some surrounding tissue.
Gently return the treated fish to the water; allow the fish to rest with little
movement to assure that the mass of the gel stays in contact with the wound for
as long as possible. Apply at least every 24 hours as necessary.

*Cleaning Of Large
Wounds: May require the use of a blunt-tip tweezers or forceps to
remove dead and damaged skin or scales or patches of fungal growth. Follow
with swabbing with a cotton-tip swab, cotton ball or paper toweling. The
fish may be returned to the water immediately after cleansing and before the
necessary drying of the wound per the instructions above.

For Fin Rot: Carefully
snip away the eroded tissue and apply the gel to the cut edges of the fin.
Be sure to spread the gel down on both sides of the fin at least 1/4" (6mm)
from the cut area.

For Lesions &
Cysts: Proceed as for wounds; for raised lesions it may be necessary
to re-apply gel more frequently.

Note: Fish
should not be held out of the water more than 30 to 60 seconds. (non-air
breathing fishes begin suffocating as soon as they are removed from the
water) It is necessary to work quickly and efficiently, and it may be
necessary for two or more people to assist. Large fish are quite powerful
and must be restrained. The use of a water-soaked, soft towel can be used
to hold and restrain larger fish. Be careful to never scrape the
eyes. Do not allow excessive amounts of gel to penetrate the fill
cavity. Bio-Bandage will stain skin, clothing, furniture and flooring as
a result of the methylene blue we use as an anticeptic.

Ingredients:
neomycin sulfate, methylene blue, cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12),
binder, adhesion agents in isotonic, aqueous solution.

Recommendations: Use
Bio-Bandage to quickly and effectively treat open wounds and cysts.

Compatibilities: Bio-Bandage
is compatible with all known drugs and medications used on aquarium and pond
fishes. This is due to the treatment being restricted to use on the actual
area(s) of application on the fins or body of the fish where there is little or
no interaction with other substances dissolved or suspended in the water.

Toxicities: There are no
known toxic reactions with Bio-Bandage.

Because We Care: Bio-Bandage
has been developed to offer assistance to aquarium or pond keepers who are
encountering problems with open wounds, cysts or other conditions causing
infected external areas of their fish.

NOT FOR HUMAN MEDICAL, VETERINARY OR FOOD FISH USE