Exposing infected amphibians to temperatures of 25°C for a 10-day period will result in the death of Bsal, as the pathogen’s optimal temperature range is between 10°-15°C, and the healing of associated lesions. This is of course taking into consideration the clinical stage of the disease and the amphibians’ thermal tolerance (Martel et al., 2013; Blooi et at., 2015).Blooi et al. (2015) also described a treatment protocol using a combination of Voriconazole (12.5 µg/ml), Polymyxin E (2000 IU/ml) twice daily at an ambient temperature of 20°C which cleared the infection in infected salamanders in 10 days.