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bathing

 [bāth´ing]
in the nursing interventions classification, a nursing intervention defined as cleaning of the body for the purposes of relaxation, cleanliness, and healing.
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Good quality was reported in 5 percent of the researched bathing waters, while 3.1 percent were of poor quality.
The Tena Bathing Glove was first launched in Europe and was recently tested in two facilities in Canada and the U.S., among long-term and acute care nursing staff.
There are some downsides to too-frequent bathing. Some children have sensitive or dry skin, and frequent or long baths can worsen their irritated skin.
A total of 98.9% of all 93 coastal bathing waters in the country have met the mandatory water quality in 2013.
Coastal performed slightly better than inland bathing waters, the data shows.
Turkish Baths were/are used for bathing, body cleanness, rubbing the skin, hand massage, sweating and inhalation.
The Underscore baths feature clean, rectilinear lines and a contemporary look that complements many styles of decor and the deep bathing wells allow the user to sit almost totally immersed in water, providing the ultimate in bathing relaxation.
The warm hall (al-wastani) contains glass holes for illumination, a lime stones-paved bath and small rooms for the bathing tools, in addition to a water tank on the roof.
The new My Art bath range, which is made of high-quality Quaryl, has a discrete design with an attractive aesthetic appearance and also guarantees the highest level of bathing comfort, said the statement.
Almost 96% of coastal bathing areas and 92% of freshwater bathing sites complied with quality standards during the 2008 bathing season.
It may be that the beginning of bathing action lies in prehistoric times, and baths were formed in any closed places, such as caves, huts, or tents (Brodner 1983).
(69) It was during the 1870s and 1880s that there was also a rejuvenation of interest in Bath's Roman past, with a series of key archaeological excavations that captured the public's imagination and led most spectacularly to the rediscovery of the Great Bath in 1880-1, and the exposure of the adjacent bathing complex.