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A client with chronic back pain has an order for a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) unit for pain control. The nurse should instruct the client to: 1. Keep the unit on high 2. Use the unit when pain is perceived 3. Remove the electrodes at bedtime 4. Use the therapy without medications
2. Use the unit when pain is perceived
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Which statement about transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) is incorrect?
TENS is helpful in reducing pain perception. Correct2 TENS is effective for chronic and postsurgical pain control. 3 A TENS unit consists of a battery-powered transmitter, lead wires, and electrodes. 4 TENS requires a health care provider’s order that identifies the site(s) for electrode placement
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Transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation
(TENS) is a form of energy therapy used to prevent nausea in labor, after surgery and during chemotherapy
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Electrotherapy (Neuromuscular electrical nerve stimulation, TENS)
Contraindications – 1. Potential pathological fracture, 2. Cardiopulmonary insufficiency, 3. Deep bone pain
On the bedside table of a client with a history of chronic back pain, the nurse has noticed the presence of a small remote control device that is attached by wires to two pads. The nurse recognizes that the device is a transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS) machine. The treatment is an example of what category of complementary and alternative medicine? a) A whole medical system b) Mind-body medicine c) Energy medicine d) A biologically based practice
Energy medicine Explanation: Bioelectromagnetic-based techniques such as transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation are forms of energy therapy that use pulsed fields, alternating-current or direct-current fields, or electromagnetic fields to treat conditions such as cancer, asthma, migraine headaches, or other pain.
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