verb (used with object), far·a·dized, far·a·diz·ing. Medicine/Medical.
Related formsfar·a·di·za·tion, nounfar·a·diz·er, nounfar·a·dism, noun
Examples from the Web for faradism
Faradism is applied in the form just described, using a wire brush as an electrode to the areas of numbness and anæsthesia.Fat and Blood|S. Weir Mitchell
As remarked in the chapter on Pollens, I have succeeded with the milder methods of rosin-weed, faradism and ichthyol.The Treatment of Hay Fever|George Frederick Laidlaw
Faradization, or Faradism, the medical application of the induced currents which Faraday discovered in 1831.The New Gresham Encyclopedia|Various