Definition of Electrical healing
1. Noun. The therapeutic application of electricity to the body (as in the treatment of various forms of paralysis).
Generic synonyms: Therapy
Specialized synonyms: Ect, Electroconvulsive Therapy, Electroshock, Electroshock Therapy
Derivative terms: Electrotherapist, Galvanise, Galvanize
Lexicographical Neighbors of Electrical Healing
Literary usage of Electrical healing
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Handbook for Heating and Ventilating Engineers by James David Hoffman, Benedict Frederick Raber (1920)
"Comparison betwecn electrical healing and Hot Water and Steam Heating:—The loss in transmitting electricity from the generators through the switchboard to ..."
2. Practical Electrical Engineering, Direct Currents: A Manual for Use in by Harry George Cisin (1922)
"(6) electrical healing. Since electrical energy and heat, energy are mutually convertible, the joule is sometimes called the electrical unit of heat. ..."
3. The Commercial & Business Aspects of Municipal Electricity Supply: A by Alfred H. Gibbings (1899)
"electrical healing and Cooking Apparatus.—This class of apparatus is now made by several firms in the United Kingdom, in America, and on the Continent. ..."
4. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1910)
"Hitherto the large bill for electric energy has debarred the general use of electrical healing, in spite of its numerous advantages. ..."
5. The School of Mines Quarterly by Columbia University School of Chemistry (1901)
"Chemical action with electrical healing, as for example, the production of calcium carbide from lime and carbon in an ..."
6. Cavendish by Christa Jungnickel, Russell McCormmach (1996)
"... ring louder and slaves and other cargo to hold up better.113 electrical healing was more often the product of enthusiasm than of repeatable experiments, ..."
7. Electric Smelting and Refining: The Extraction and Treatment of Metals by by Wilhelm Borchers (1897)
"Doubtless he did obtain this product; but it was by the electrical healing of a mixture of Fig. 50.—The Willson electric furnace. lime and carbon, ..."