Baruch law

Bar·uch law

(bar-ūk'),
the effect of any hydriatric procedure is in direct proportion to the difference between the temperature of the water and that of the skin; when the temperature of the water is above or below that of the skin the effect is stimulating; when the two temperatures are the same the effect is sedative.

Baruch law

(bă-rook′)
[Simon Baruch, German-born U.S. physician, 1840–1921]
The theory that water has a sedative effect when its temperature is the same as that of the skin and a stimulating effect when it is below or above the skin temperature.

Baruch,

Simon, U.S. physician, 1840-1921.
Baruch law - the effect of any hydriatric procedure is in direct proportion to the difference between the temperature of the water and that of the skin.