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M. (1974). Emergency unit patients' perceptions of stressful life events. Nursing Research, 23, 378-383. Appley, M. , & Trumbull, R. (1967). Psychological stress: Issues in research. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Ballard, K. S. (1981). Identification of environmental stressors for patients in a surgical intensive care unit. Issues in Mental Health Nursing, 5(3), 89-108. , & Llewellyn, J. (1982). A comparison of the anxiety-reducing STRESS 19 potential of two techniques of bathing. Nursing Research, 31, 22-27'.
In sum, findings in recent research on cognitive-behavioral nursing interventions to reduce pain have suggested that more positive results are achieved with interventions that engage both the senses and cognition. Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation. Another type of noninvasive intervention represented in the research was transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation (TENS). Research on TENS historically has been done by physicians, with three recent studies by nurses who examined it as an alternative to narcotic analgesics for pain reduction (Dunbar, 1976; Moore & Blacker, 1983; Taylor, West, Simon, Skelton, & Rowlingson, 1983).
Carter, B. L. (1967). Comparison of individual pain reactions to injections of distilled water and normal saline. American Nurses' Association regional clinical conferences (pp. 219-225). New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts. Chambers, W. , & Price, G. G. (1967). Influence of nurse upon effects of analgesics administered. Nursing Research, 16, 228-233. Cohen, M. L. (1980). Postsurgical pain relief: Patients' status and nurses' medication choices. Pain, 9, 265-274. Copp, L. A. (1974). The spectrum of suffering.