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How Do I Use A TENS Unit To Stimulate Lactation? – Breast Notes

A fourth method of breast expression is the use of a TENS Unit, which stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (which basically means the unit stimulates your breast and nipple nerves through the … That induces growth and development of acini (milk-producing) tissues in your breasts and leads to lactation.
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Prolonged electrical stimulation of the nipples evokes intermittent milk …

by RC Sutherland – ‎1987 – ‎Cited by 7 – ‎Related articles

Exp Brain Res. 1987;66(1):29-34. Prolonged electrical stimulation of the nipples evokes intermittent milk ejection in the anaesthetised lactating rat. Sutherland RC , Juss TS, Wakerley JB. Intermittent and continuous electrical stimulation of the nipples elicited milk-ejection responses in the lactating rat. The responses …

How Do I Use A TENS Unit To Stimulate Lactation? – Breast Notes

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A fourth method of breast expression is the use of a TENS Unit, which stands for Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (which basically means the unit stimulates your breast and nipple nerves through the … That induces growth and development of acini (milk-producing) tissues in your breasts and leads to lactation.

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Drinking, Antidiuresis and Milk Ejection from Electrical Stimulation …

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by B ANDERSSON – ‎1955 – ‎Cited by 173 – ‎Related articles

Drinking, Antidiuresis and Milk Ejection from. Electrical Stimulation within the. Hypothalamus of the Qoat. BY. B. ANDERSSON and S. 116. McCANN. Received 20 July 1955. Electrical stimulation was recently shown to be a convenient, effective way to study hypothalamic polydipsia in the goat. (ANDERSSON and MCCANN …

Milk Ejection following Electrical Stimulation of the Pituitary Stalk in …

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by BA CROSS – ‎1950 – ‎Cited by 24 – ‎Related articles

CONSIDERABLE indirect evidence exists1 for the involvement of the posterior pituitary gland in ‘let-down’ or ejection of milk. Experiments were performed to find the effect of electrical stimulation of the pituitary stalk on the mammary glands in six lactating rabbits. After overnight separation from their litters, the animals were …

Influence of Electrical Stimulation on Milk Ejection – Nature

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by B HYNEK – ‎1965 – ‎Cited by 1 – ‎Related articles

Introduction of a Permanent Electrode into the Pituitary Gland of the Cow: Influence of Electrical Stimulation on Milk Ejection. B. HYNEK; , J. BÍLEK; & M. LIS . Nature 208, 690–691 (13 November 1965); doi :10.1038/208690a0; Download Citation. Published online: 13 November 1965 .

Milk Ejection following Electrical Stimulation of the Pituitary Stalk in …

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by BA CROSS – ‎1950 – ‎Cited by 25 – ‎Related articles

CONSIDERABLE indirect evidence exists1 for the involvement of the posterior pituitary gland in ‘let-down’ or ejection of milk. Experiments were performed to find the effect of electrical stimulation of the pituitary stalk on the mammary glands in six lactating rabbits. After overnight separation from their litters, the animals were …

 

Changes in the myoelectrical activity during electrical stimulation of …

by A Czerski – ‎2014 – ‎Related articles

Changes in the myoelectrical activity during electrical stimulation of healthy and mastitis-changed mammary glands in dairy cows. Albert Czerski1, Milan Vasiľ2, Juraj Elečko2, Zuzana Farkašová2, František Zigo2, Tomasz Walski3, Wojciech Zawadzki1, Jan Gnus4, Maciej Janeczek1, Aleksander Chrószcz11Wroclaw …