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    Transcutaneous electrical acupoint stimulation (TEAS) has the characteristics of simple operation, non-invasive, and high patient acceptability, and is widely used in clinical practice. This article summarized the effects of TEAS on analgesia, gastrointestinal tract regulation, circulation regulation, postoperative cognitive function improvement, immune function regulation, anti-inflammatory and anti-stress during the perioperative period. At the same time, this article analyzed the problems of the application of TEAS in the perioperative period, and aimed to promote its clinical application.


    Meng-Lin He, Cheng Hu, Wei-Qian Tian. Application of transcutaneous electrical acupoint stimulation in perioperative period]. Zhen ci yan jiu = Acupuncture research. 2021 Sep 25;46(9):800-3

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