a.1.Pertaining to, produced by, or consisting of, electricity evolved by the action or use of fluids; as, hydrogalvanic currents.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Keywords: Hydrogalvanic Bath, Diabetic Angiopathy, Microcirculation, Lipid Metabolism
The aim of our study was evaluation of efficiency of hydrogalvanic bath in treatment of patients with diabetic angiopathy of low extremities.
Hydrogalvanic bath was done according to following methodology: galvanic current were applied from tree pairs of electrodes (positive at hip area, negative at the tibia and foot level) in tub filled with tap water of 36-370 C temperature for 10-12 min daily with 8-10 procedures for a course