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  1. In history of photography: Development of the wet collodion process the introduction of the wet collodion process for making glass negatives. This new technique, invented by the English sculptor Frederick Scott Archer, was 20 times faster than all previous methods and was, moreover, free from patent restrictions.
  2. Collodion is considered the best medium for attaching electrodes when performing diagnostic procedures for more that a few hours, especially in conditions where a secure attachment is needed. The advantages of collodion include: secure water resistant adhesion, non-conductive, and easy to remove.
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  4. Jun 29,  · Collodion is a thick, sticky, clear, gelatinous substance. To make it, you start with pyroxylin—also known as “gun cotton”—which is created by treating cotton or wood pulp with nitric and sulfuric acids. Dissolve the pyroxylin in ether with a small amount of alcohol, and it .
  5. Collidion, Inc. Collidion Inc. was founded in August , with the premise to develop, acquire and license novel assets in healthcare. Our mission at Collidion is to improve the future of global health through the delivery of innovative solutions to critically unmet areas of need.
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  7. Use of Collodion. The Hazards of using Collodion to the Patient, Technician and others Collodion is a strong glue to adhere to electrodes to the patient’s scalp and hair. It works very well because it holds the electrodes very securely and resists sweat and other moisture. It is a compound almost like “Crazy Glue”.
  8. Collodion. Various strong adhesives by Mavidon Medical, used in long term EEG monitoring. Products: 1.
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