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Cables/Leads, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation

Definition : Combinations of a cable and several leads designed for connection between electrodes placed on the body area where the stimuli are needed and a transcutaneous electro-analgesic nerve stimulator (TENS). These combined devices typically consist of flexible leads, usually 2 or 4 leads for single- and dual-channel units respectively, that are completely isolated except at the electrode end (known as patient leads) and an integral cable that is connected to the leads at one end and to the stimulator at the other end. TENS cable/leads are intended to provide stimuli to relieve acute and chronic pain associated with surgery, trauma, musculoskeletal problems, bursitis, and dental problems and procedures; they also provide pain relief in the course of physical therapy and during labor and delivery.

Entry Terms : "TENS Cables/Leads" , "Leads, Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation" , "Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation Cables/Leads" , "Cables/Leads, TENS" , "Leads, TENS" , "Cables, TENS" , "TENS Cables"

UMDC code : 16315

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