Analgesia obstétrica con estimulación eléctrica transcutánea (TENS)

Edgar Cancino, Pío Iván Gómez S

Resumen


Los métodos convencionales de analgesia obstétrica no están exentos de contraindicaciones y riesgos para la madre o el fruto de la gestación, por eso el objetivo de este trabajo es evaluar la estimulación eléctrica transcutánea (TENS) como método no invasivo de analgesia.


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