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Use of the mixed reality tool "VSI Patient Education" for more comprehensible and imaginable patient educations before epilepsy surgery and stereotactic implantation of DBS or stereo-EEG electrodes.

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Summary of "Use of the mixed reality tool "VSI Patient Education" for more comprehensible and imaginable patient educations before epilepsy surgery and stereotactic implantation of DBS or stereo-EEG electrodes."

It is unknown which patient education strategy before epilepsy surgery or stereotactic electrode implantation is best for patients. This prospective and randomized clinical study investigates whether the use of the mixed reality tool "VSI Patient Education" (VSI PE) running on HoloLens® glasses is superior to the use of a rubber brain model as a 3-dimensional tool for patient education before epilepsy surgery and stereotactic electrode implantation.

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Name: Epilepsy research
ISSN: 1872-6844
Pages: 106247

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