A play with words and it is hoped that the reader did not mind. Was it a confused mangle, or did it catch the eye of the observant reader? Because who has not heard of the phrase, ‘the silver lining’. That hints at a story having a good ending. The colloidal silver generator is applied to the clinical and medical environment. It will be utilized for a number of purposes within the clinical, laboratory and surgical environments.
The generator devices now being deployed within the clinical, surgical and laboratory arenas are a lot smaller and portable. They have also become easier to use now that they have been equipped with features familiar to most readers. Many readers will probably be working these devices right now. But the medical generator has not yet reached the stage of sophistry that your everyday use smart mobiles have.
But tests are probably being conducted. Advancement will not be stopped. In the not too faraway future, laser technologies will have been advanced even further, perhaps to the burning degree where medical practitioners and surgeons could just as well pack away their handheld instruments and let the lasers do the rest of the work. Where laser technology is already being utilized for diagnostic work and surgical and treatment purposes, they have been proven to be more effective than conventional practices.
They are producing more accurate rates of return if you will. Diagnostic work is able to reveal a lot more about a specific condition. Surgical work is completed more precisely and with speed too. And whichever treatment regime is set in place, the healing passage for patients is becoming quicker and more bearable. So, after the pain, the discovery and the work comes the silver lining.