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The use of some silver preparations in mainstream medicine survived. Among them are the use of dilute silver nitrate in newborn babies' eyes to protect from infection and the use of 'Silvadine', a silver based salve, in virtually every burn ward in America to kill infection. A new silver based bandage has recently been approved by the FDA and licensed for sale. Other uses that did not lose favour include:
Silver water purification filters and tablets are manufactured in Switzerland and used by many national and international airlines to prevent growth of algae and bacteria.
Electrical ionization units that impregnate the water with silver and copper ions are used to sanitise pool water without the harsh effects of chlorine. The former Soviet Union used silver to sterilise recycled water on their space vehicles.
The Swiss use silver filters in homes and offices.
Some U.S. municipalities use silver in treatment of sewage.
In the Japanese work place, silver is a popular agent in the fight against airborne toxins as well other industrial poisons.
Silver-infused bandages and wound dressings are now commercially available.
With the invention of the Meso process by the Colloid Science institute new heights in colloid manufacturing standards have been achieved. Application of this technology by Purest Colloids Inc is leading the way forward to a new resurgence in the uses of colloidal supplement therapy.