Definition of Faradising
1. faradise [v] - See also: faradise
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Literary usage of Faradising
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Selections from the Clinical Works of Dr. Duchenne (de Boulogne). by Guillaume Benjamin Amand Duchenne, George Vivian Poore (1883)
"... followed by loss of sense and motion on the left side, which was cured in an hour by faradising the skin of the paralysed parts. 3. ..."
2. The Retrospect of Practical Medicine and Surgery: Being a Half-yearly edited by William Braithwaite, James Braithwaite, Edmond Fauriel Trevelyan (1874)
"We are reminded of the effects of putting one muscle into strong action by faradising it ; the result is a mere caricature of a normal movement. ..."
3. The Medical Times and Gazette (1874)
"It was found that when a rabbit is under the influence of chloroform no laryngeal spasm was excited even by faradising the central end of the superior ..."
4. The Physiological Action of Drugs: An Introduction to Practical Pharmacology by Marcus Seymour Pembrey, Charles Douglas Fergusson Phillips (1901)
"A short record of the heart's beat before and after the application of normal tap-water saline is taken for a control; a strong faradising current is passed ..."
5. The Clinical Journal (1897)
"Take a faradising battery, with two moderately big sponge-holders moistened with hot ... The application of the faradising current in these cases is often ..."
6. A Text-book of electricity in medicine and surgery by George Vivian Poore (1876)
"Morell Mackenzie has devised a clever instrument for faradising the larynx (Fig ... Dr. Mackenzie is accustomed to connect the other pole of the faradising- ..."