eyebath


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eyebath

(ˈaɪˌbɑːθ)
n
(Medicine) a small vessel with a rim shaped to fit round the eye, used for applying medicated or cleansing solutions to the eyeball. Also called (US and Canadian): eyecup
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.eyebath - a small vessel with a rim curved to fit the orbit of the eyeeyebath - a small vessel with a rim curved to fit the orbit of the eye; use to apply medicated or cleansing solution to the eyeball; "an eyecup is called an eyebath in Britain"
vessel - an object used as a container (especially for liquids)
Translations

eyebath

[ˈaɪbɑːθ] N
1. (= small bowl) → lavaojos m inv
2. (= action) → baño m ocular or de ojos

eyebath

[ˈaɪˌbɑːθ] eye cup (Am) nocchino
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Eye/facewash fountains should deliver 11.5 litres a minute with a flow rate of 1.5 litres a minute required for auxiliary aerated Eyebath diffusers on a flexible hose.
Two new models have been added to the Hughes range of Emergency Eyebath and Facewash equipment, designed for use in clean areas where a totally enclosed unit is necessary.
2 If there is a foreign object floating on the surface of the eye, wash it out by pouring clean water over it, or by using an eyebath filled with clean water.
Your pharmacist should be able to sell you a suitable eyebath.
Relieve red, sore eyes by washing them with a very mild solution of witch hazel in an eyebath. Or soak cotton wool in strong cold chamomile and eyebright tea.
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SHOWERS & EYEBATHS SERVICES says it has introduced the Bowser Safety Shower--a self-contained mobile body, face and eye wash facility which complies with recommended regulatory 15 minutes of uninterrupted drenching with tepid water.
Items to audit Checkpoints monitored by cloud system Laboratory access Entry across the SAS Installations Entrance to all rooms Equipment Revision of the equipment documentation (calibration, qualification, cleaning and maintenance, etc.) Emergency systems Check of shower and eyebaths Check of emergency door, extinguisher, and the medicine chest Documentation SOPs (standard operating procedures) File cabinet of Research and Development documentation (locked) TABLE 2: Evaluation of the training performed in Usalpharma Lab.