tens

<technique> A method of producing electroanalgesia through electrodes applied to the skin. ... (13 Jan 1998) ...
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Tens

a form of rugby union played with only ten total players. Each half typically last only 10 minutes but can be longer. Games are almost always played during tournaments.
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TENS

A method of pain relief that is accomplished by applying very small electrical impulses to nerve endings beneath the skin. The method can be used for laboring women to relieve pain associated with contractions, back labor and other discomforts. The intensity of the stimulation can easily be controlled by the woman or her labor partner. Synonym...
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TENS

a method of producing electroanalgesia through electrodes applied to the skin.
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TENS

A procedure in which mild electric currents are applied to some areas of the skin. Also called transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
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TENS

Abbr. See transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
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TENS

Abbr. See transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
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TENS

see Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
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Tens

Tens, short for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation, is a method of pain relief consisting of a pack of electrode pads placed on the back. It discharges an electrical stimulus that interferes with the passage of pain signals to the brain and may help the body to produce endorphins, its own pain-killing hormones. The pack has a hand-held con...
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TENS

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation - a device for relieving the pain of labour. Sticky pads are attached to the woman's back to produce electrical impulses which stimulate her own natural painkillers and block some of the pain signals from the uterus. The unit is battery operated and the woman can control the amount of stimulation herself ...
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TENS

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation is a portable machine that stimulates natural pain relief via electrodes attached to your back.
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TENS

transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
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TENS

Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator
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TENS

Type: Term Pronunciation: tenz Definitions: 1. Abbreviation for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation.
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