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DIAGNOSTICS - VACCINES - DISINFECTANTS
- NUTRACEUTICALS - MEDICINES
SERVICES - FARM HYGIENE FISH VACCINATION - CONSULTANCY
Farmed fish pathologies: diagnosis,
prevention and treatment.
(Lecture presentations, papers, technical
Authored by: PANOS VARVARIGOS, D.Vet.Med., M.Sc., Ph.D.
Fish disease diagnosis and control in the
Mediterranean marine aquaculture: an overview (lecture notes).
Economically important pathologies of farmed marine fish in the eastern
Mediterranean (lecture notes).
Parasitic cymothoid isopods affecting farmed
marine fish (technical note).
Gram positive cocco-bacteria causing disease in
marine fish (technical note).
Vaccination strategies: injection vs.
immersion (technical note).
First isolation and identification of IPNV
from trout in Greece (published paper).
Anchor worms (Lernaeolophus sultanus) -copepods parasitising
sea bass and sharp snout bream (conference poster).
Chronic sub-lethal copper toxicity from net antifoulants (conference poster).
Mediterranean farmed fish welfare. How good are we? (conference
Herpes Virus Anguillae (HVA) and Infectious
Pancreatic Necrosis (IPN) virus in European eels Anguilla anguilla. First detection
in Greece (conference poster).
An inexpensive microcomputer based data
record-keeping system for the individual fish farm.
Application of Linear Programming to fish farm
Production planning and the management of information on fish
farms: results of a UK survey.
Production economics of the emerging private
fish farming industry in Bulgaria.
Farmers' perceptions of the scale of the bracken
problem on LFA farms in England and Wales.
First isolation and identification of the Infectious Pancreatic
Necrosis (IPN) virus from rainbow trout Onchorhynchus
mykiss fingerlings farmed in Greece.
As margins tighten can you afford to fly blind?
Sea-bass (Dicentrarchus labrax) protected against vibriosis.
Greek fish farmers spot diseases early with diagnostic kits.
Marine fish diseases in Greece.
Immersion or injection? Practical considerations of vaccination strategies for farmed sea
bass and sea bream in Greece.
First confirmation of Herpes Virus Anguillae (HVA) and Infectious Pancreatic Necrosis (IPN)
virus infecting European eels Anguilla anguilla
farmed in Greece.
Every effort has been made to ensure that the information
in the linked notes and papers is accurate until the date of last editing. It
is based upon the accumulated personal experience of applied veterinary work.
However, the author cannot take responsibility for incorrect interpretation or
any resulting consequences.
The diagnostic processes employed
are those available to field veterinary practitioners with minimal laboratory
support. For example, parasitology is based on fresh
tissue observations rather than fixed and stained tissue slides.
Updates of the material are
inevitable as research continues on the known pathogens, but also as new
pathologies emerge affecting either the existing farmed fish species or species
that are new entrants to intensive aquaculture.
The contents may be used as an educational
guide and are definitely not meant to become a stand-alone diagnostic tool or a
manual for disease treatment.
Copyright © Dr. Panos