A Drug to Worm Parasites in Fish (Yellowtail)? Does Albendazole Kill Parasites Effectively?


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100 thoughts on “A Drug to Worm Parasites in Fish (Yellowtail)? Does Albendazole Kill Parasites Effectively?

  1. 방어사상충은 물에 닿으면 바로 빳빳하게 굳어 바로 죽습니다

    물에 회충약을 타서 충을 담그고 실험하려고
    처음엔 방어 살고있는 해수를 떠서 담가도보고 그물을 더 따뜻하게 해보기도하고 수돗물도 해보고 다해봤는데
    담그면 바로 죽습니다
    꼭 회충약이 아니더라도 자극을 줄수있는 가루는 방어사상충에게 치명적일것입니다

    방어사상충은 방어 살속에 있을때나 살아서 기생할뿐 밖에나오면 최 약체일뿐이더군요

    뜨거운물에 담그면 점점 팽창하다가 터져 죽습니다

    별짓다해봤어요

  2. What i don't understand about the winter eating is, especially if you have a big fish that's obviously lived through a spring or two, how would they have less worms. In small fish that havent yet seen a winter i can see, but happens if they live through the summer…do the parasites already within them die? Otherwise seem like bad advice to eat them in the winter or anytime really.

  3. 보통 구충제는 기생충의 피부 표면에 있는 방어막을 없애서 몸속에서 소화 가능하게 만드는 일종의 촉매제라고 들은 적이 있습니다.

  4. 질문드립니다. 회집에서방어회주문했는데 회뜨다가 회충감염된방어인걸확인되면 회충제거하고 그방어로회떠주나요? 아니면 그방어는 폐기처분되나요?

  5. 낚시하는 사람인데요ㅋ
    방어 사상충은 그냥 먹도도 됩니다
    다 소화 됩니다.
    저런 기생중은 생선을 포를 떳을때 방어에 흰 살색부분과 붉은 살색부분으로 되어있는데 흰 살색부분에 핏기가 보여요
    문제는 고래회중(아니스키스)인데 그것은 사람한테 기생하면 위험해요 생선한테는 내장에서만 기생하는데 포유류에서는 막 돌아다녀요
    혈관에 알도 놓는 사례도 발견이 되고 알도 혈류따라 막 돌아다녀요
    그리고 구충제 말신데요
    저 어릴때 회충제 먹으면 회충이 죽는게 아니라 살아있는게 막 변으로 쏟아져 나와요
    변에 80퍼세트 이상이 하얀게 꿈틀거려요 막 쏟아졎 나오는데 살아있는 회충들…
    그래서 경험상 구충제는 회충을 죽이는게 아니라 배설시키는것이라고… ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

  6. I dont think sprinkingly drug on parasites is how you kill them.
    You could have sprinked some Crack on them and it would have been more effective.

    Open and shut case Johnson.
    Sprinkle some crack on him and lets go.

  7. When a human ingests albendazole, the albendazole drug reaches the human liver, where it's then converted into albendazole sulfoxide and other metabolites. Although albendazole itself can kill worms, its metabolite albendazole sulfoxide is much more effective against worms.

    On the above experiment, no albendazole sulfoxide was applied on the worms but, instead, albendazole was applied. That's the reason why it took sooooooooooo long for such worms to die. Inside the human body, the liver converts albendazole into albendazole sulfoxide and then the albendazole sulfoxide kills the worms much more efficiently.

  8. Parasites on the right side are killed EITHER by chopsticks stirring, OR dehydration, OR the medicine, or the combinations of the two or three.

  9. Goes to pharmacy:

    Me: "I would like some albendazole please"
    Pharmacy Associate: You have parasites?
    Me: No, its for an experiment
    P.A.: what kind of experiment
    Me: An experiment on worm parasites.
    P.A.: Interesting. What does the experiment consist of?
    Me: My right eye is actually a glass eye and i have developed a new clear glass eye that i will place worm parasites in and put some albendazole in. I will close up the eye and place it back in my eye sockets. I have a blind date Saturday night and want to see how long it takes these worms to die at dinner. If my date can make it through without vomiting or making unsightly comments she's a winner.

    P.A….faints

  10. I probably would have tried fenbendazole (common animal dewormer), or API General Cure for aquariums (which is metronidazole, and praziquantel), since these are aquatic parasites.
    Not really sure how I got here, since I was watching aquarium care videos, but that's just how YouTube is, I guess!

  11. What I thought would happen in a kitchen of a restaurant – they cook

    What actually happens- *they make experiments with the food and parasites

  12. Albendazol's metabolites lots more efficient against worms than just albendazol by itself.

    Here in Russia albendazol doze cost around 5$, you can buy it without doctor's prescription. Sad that such important drugs in US so expensive.

  13. So I guess this is the reason why we’re told to freeze fish for a week before eating it? To kill any parasites. 🤢

  14. My opinion is that time killed them but not albendazole. The right side died first just because the powder absorbed moisture from them.

  15. Overall it doesn't matter if it took way too long for the worms to die with albendazole, as long as it has the minimum letal dosage for it to work. In this video the quantity of medicine used to kill them is way bigger than what it would actually be needed.
    Afterall, for comparison, there are some toxins that take about 2 weeks to kill a human, but only a few miligrams to do it.

  16. ALOHA from HAWAI'I Hmmm its spring and I just ate some Ahi poke (yellowfin sashimi) we put a lot of trust in the people who prepare our meals for us don't we? Extra wasabi & shoyu please Mahalo

  17. butoh laa hang..acah2 plakk nk jd saintis..lain kali kacau laa dlu cacing tuu tngok ada reaction ka dak..apa laa..tu pun nak kena habaq ka?

  18. Thanks mate- this is a very useful video!

    I’m from Australia and the doctors don’t believe in parasites here. In fact they label you with “Delusional Parasitosis”
    I had to order the albendazole overseas myself

  19. Actually your simple experiment doesn't represent all how the way of albendazole doing his work in the body. And there's many question in my mind, is the worm killed by drug or because they just suffer dehidration? It same like you put powder to the worm and the powder absorb the water and the worm get dehidration. Sorry for my bad english, i just want to explain what i've learn

  20. Albendazole also causes side effects in humans such as tongue lesions because it is metabolized in the liver and is released all throughout the body.

  21. Wouldn't they lack of movement after a lengthy time has passed be caused from they're drying out rather than any medications or other situations?

  22. I imagine albendazole works when the parasite actually injests the poison…not just being exposed to it applied on external surface. I know you said this particular parasite only infects yellowtails….but this is the first online video of a parasite that matches in appearance to what I see coming out of me. I know there's countless parasites out there…more that have similar appearance. I have tested 3 times with no results so no one has been able to diagnose what I have. People on internet posting pics have called them rope worms and the bright red stuff liver flukes. But no medical diagnosis. I finally got a prescription for Albendazole and it worked so far. Just took my follow up dose this morning to ensure hatched eggs die and they don't cycle back. I hope I'm done. Sick around 6 years.

  23. That's disgusting. if I knew those parasites were once upon a time in my food. I would never eat it again…ever…

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