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Posted by CCF MD GS on March 16, 1998 at 14:36:00:
In Reply to: TENS UNIT posted by KEITH on March 16, 1998 at 13:53:34:
: I am currently using a TENS unit and I'm scheduled to have an EMG/NC test done. Will the TENS unit affect the outcome of the EMG/NC test. Thank You for your time
Unless the TENS unit was on during the EMG?NCS I can't think of a reason why its prior use would affect the test. Good luck with your study.
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