STUDY PROTOCOL FOR COMPASSIONATE AQUACULTURE INVESTIGATIONAL NEW ANIMAL DRUG (INAD) EXEMPTION FOR 35% PEROX-AID® (HYDROGEN PEROXIDE) FOR THE CONTROL OF ECTOPARASITES (INAD #11-669)

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STUDY PROTOCOL FOR COMPASSIONATE AQUACULTURE INVESTIGATIONAL NEW ANIMAL DRUG (INAD) EXEMPTION FOR 35% PEROX-AID® (HYDROGEN PEROXIDE) FOR THE CONTROL OF ECTOPARASITES (INAD #11-669)

35% Perox-Aid® (H2O2) is a liquid solution containing hydrogen peroxide that is applied as an immersion bath treatment. H2O2 is only available for purchase through Syndel USA. The primary goal of field studies conducted under INAD #11-669 is to evaluate the efficacy of H2O2 for controlling mortality caused by specific ectoparasites in freshwater or marine finfish species. 

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