electric bath

e·lec·tric bath

, electrotherapeutic bath
1. a bath in which the medium is charged with electricity; Synonym(s): hydroelectric bath
2. therapeutic application of static electricity, with the patient placed on an insulated platform.

electric bath

A therapy of dubious efficacy consisting in administering "electrically charged" water or in applying static electricity.

e·lec·tric bath

, electrotherapeutic bath (ĕ-lektrik bath, ĕ-lektrō-thāră-pyūtik)
1. Bath in which the medium is charged with electricity.
2. Therapeutic application of static electricity, with patient placed on an insulated platform.
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Criteria for the provision of electric bath lifts will be adjusted to match the Vale council, while assessment for profiling beds will be undertaken at home rather than hospital.
Thank you Gazette for putting some twinkle back into my old eyes as I look forward to my electric bath chair with go-faster stripes.
The Chronicle's Sunshine Fund transformed the Moat family's lives by providing sisters Jessica, 18, and Georgia, 17, with a special electric bath and electric wheelchairs to help them get around.
The first appearance of this innovation is on "Open Beauty" from 1967's Electric Bath, in which Ellis takes an extended solo with his trumpet processed through an echoplex.
This latest event, which runs until 6pm on Friday, is being held to buy a heart monitor and sensory unit for the hospital's baby unit and an electric bath for the cystic fibrosis unit.
I recently bought an electric bath and hand rails for the house and I thought it would be ages before I would be able to buy my own wheelchair." It was Tracey's sister Julie, manager at Flare's pub, in Spon Street, who suggested that Mr Haggarty raise funds to buy Tracey a wheelchair and she collected the cheque.
"We give him the electric bath," Doctor Mai said to me a moment later.
It was bought by a private American buyer, who also snapped up four unused tickets for Titanic's "Turkish or Electric Bath" for pounds 4600, the ship's Captain Edward Smith's gold pocket knife for pounds 3680 and his photograph locket for pounds 4600.
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Susan Woodward, of Rumney, Cardiff, wants to find someone who needs the electric bath and car hoist she used for her teenage son Matthew before he died in January 2005.