low TENS

low TENS

(lō tenz)
A transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulator applied at the motor level characterized by low-frequency and long duration of pulses.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The Information reporter Alex Heath says the company is only planning on producing "low tens of thousands" of Spectacles 3.
With its count falling 99% to the low tens of thousands in the western United States last year, the monarch is now under government consideration for listing under the U.S.
The deal is reported to be in the low tens of millions of euros.
General Security's numbers have been much higher than other estimates, including those from United Nations refugee agency the UNHCR and Lebanon's caretaker minister of state for refugee affairs, in the low tens of thousands.
The Interior Ministry said the turnout at the Moscow protest was about 4,500 -- significantly fewer than the numbers estimated by Reuters reporters, who put the turnout in the low tens of thousands.
As a result, HaLow speeds will be in the low tens of megabits per second rather than in the hundreds of megabits.
Chancellor George Osborne told MPs the Syria campaign would cost in the "low tens of millions of pounds", compared to around PS200m a year already being spent on operations in Iraq and supporting the "moderate" rebels opposed to Bashar Assad in Syria.
On Tuesday the bank is expected to take a charge in the low tens of millions of pounds for PPI mis-selling.
And analysts expect the digital signage space in North America and Western Europe--which currently ship in the low tens of millions of units per year--to double annually in each of the next three years.
Sources have pegged it 'in the low tens of millions of pounds'.
THE review didn't confirm an exact figure but estimated that the number of babies sent to Liverpool would be in the "low tens".
The company, which has already bought the right to screen 46 live Premier League games next season, is reported to have paid Disney "low tens of millions" for ESPN'S UK and Ireland TV channels.

Full browser ?