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Synonyms for bathe

Synonyms for bathe

to make moist

to flow against or along

Synonyms for bathe

the act of swimming

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cleanse the entire body

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suffuse with or as if with light

clean one's body by immersion into water

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When caregivers bathe patients with dementia, including persons with Alzheimer's disease, multiple cerebral infarction, or other causes, they use many strategies to overcome any resistance to hygienic care.
This led me into developing a homewares collection for Bathe that both complements and enhances our bath line.
If transferring into the bathtub is too much of a struggle but soaking is required, try bathing in bed with the EZ Bathe inflatable tub.
If you are not intending to give a full emersion bath, you can use the shower wand to both shampoo and bathe the resident.
Tennessee is not crowded with priests and nuns so Robert Bathe did not grow up in their company.
The problem was that a small minority of homeless people were loitering, drinking alcohol, urinating in public, and using restrooms to bathe themselves at the Glendale Central Library and the Senior Recreation Center.
So many children who come in to my office have been told by their pediatrician to bathe only once a week," said Dr.
Women were to bathe in one half of the beach, men the other.
If a pet has a bad experience during bathing, it becomes more difficult to bathe them in the future so making it stress-free is vital.
It featured an electric hydraulic lift to get patients in and out of a tub, and then used a whirlpool to help them bathe.
That then leads to a decision to bathe people maybe once or twice a week at most.
DeCamp points out that, once admitted, residents with diabetes have the condition of their feet monitored by the caregivers who bathe them, each time they are bathed.