Blue Ring - availiable

Joined
Jul 31, 2003
Messages
1,312
:lol:

It's MS-222.

Quote from the page:


FINQUEL MS-222 is used for a multitude of beneficial applications ranging from the spawning of genetically selected rainbow trout or prize winning ornamental Koi, to the collection of marine reef fish, and the protection of endangered Pacific salmon. Other widely accepted and safe uses include sedation or anesthesia of aquatic species for trans-shipment, sorting and grading of farmed fish, sampling of captive and native populations, biological and physiological research, surgery, and health examination.




So it sounds like it. :smile:
 

Colin

TONMO Supporter
Registered
Joined
Nov 14, 2002
Messages
3,985
Burstsovenergy24 said:
Colin,

Do you always have the MS-222 on hand?

don't need to, nothing i have requires me to have this and wouldn't have something like that in the house with a baby either.

Is the Ms-223 anaesthesia?

yes but in larger quantities would send aquatic animals to sleep and not wake up
 

joel_ang

Architeuthis
Registered
Joined
May 15, 2003
Messages
2,027
That was what I was thinking. Hey don't pick on the typo error :frown: I guess thats why the amount of anaesthesia given for a patient has to be so precise. Too much they get sleeping beauty, too little they get their pants sued off.
 

joel_ang

Architeuthis
Registered
Joined
May 15, 2003
Messages
2,027
Well boe, there was this patient in readers digest who was administered a bit too little anaesthesia and claimed that she could feel the pain of the operation hear the doctors but she could not speak, open her eyes or move. Too much then the patient literally sleeps forever (even though sleeping beauty :sleeping: did wake up......eventually :bonk: )
 
Top