electrotherapeutic love



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  • adj. relating to electrotherapeutics

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to electrotherapeutics.


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electro- +‎ therapeutic


  • Edward Hammel was named chief operating officer for this electrotherapeutic-technology company.

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  • ICT equipment is defined as computers and peripherals; telephones and telephone apparatus, facsimile equipment, and routers, etc.; electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus; and computer software.

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  • Ivivi Technologies, Inc. is a medical technology company focusing on designing, developing and commercializing its proprietary electrotherapeutic technology platform, with a primary focus on developing treatments for cardiovascular disease.


  • However a cursory glance through provides the following statement: "in 1855 Guillaume Duchenne, the father of electrotherapy, pronounced Faradic (AC) current superior to Galvanic (DC) current for electrotherapeutic purposes."—so I’m inclined to think that the early researchers were playing with both AC and DC in the lab, regardless of which was first used for commercial purposes.

    July 18, 1871


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