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Conclusion

 

L’EA ou la neurostimulation électrique transcutanée appliquée aux points d’acupuncture (TEAS) partage avec l’acupuncture manuelle les mêmes effets secondaires et les mêmes considérations sur les points interdits. Dans l’analgésie du travail, la stimulation électrique des points cutanés à la fréquence alternée 2/100 Hz semble être à ce jour le traitement le plus antalgique, à condition de l’utiliser dans les conditions temporelles optimum. Dans les autres pathologies douloureuses de la femme enceinte, il sera nécessaire de faire le bon choix des fréquences d’intervention de la stimulation électrique. En dehors de son action antalgique, l’EA a-t-elle sa place dans les autres pathologies de la femme enceinte ? Ce sera le thème d’un prochain article.

  

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