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Virtual reality for management of pain in hospitalized patients: A randomized comparative effectiveness trial.

Therapeutic virtual reality (VR) has emerged as an effective, drug-free tool for pain management, but there is a lack of randomized, controlled data evaluating its effectiveness in hospitalized patients. We sought to measure the impact of on-demand VR versus "health and wellness" television programming for pain in hospitalized patients.

Virtual Reality during Pediatric Vascular Access: A Pragmatic, Prospective Randomized, Controlled Trial.

Vascular access is a minor procedure that is associated with reported pain and fear in pediatric patients, often resulting in procedural incompliance. Virtual reality has been shown to be effective in adult populations for reducing pain and anxiety in various medical settings, although large studies are lacking in pediatrics.

Virtual Reality interventions for acute and chronic pain management.

Virtual Reality (VR) is now consumer ready and nearing ubiquity. In terms of clinical applications, several studies suggest that VR can be effective as a complementary adjunct or alternative non-pharmacologic analgesic in a range of pain-inducing procedures and in management of chronic pain. The increasing affordability and quality of portable VR headsets and the ongoing utility of pain therapy signals an exciting future for the use of VR for analgesia. However, further research is needed to establish its l...

The efficacy of virtual reality for persistent cancer pain: A call for research.

Heat pain modulation with virtual water during a virtual hand illusion.

Immersive virtual reality is a powerful method to modify the environment and thereby influence experience. The present study used a virtual hand illusion and context manipulation in immersive virtual reality to examine top-down modulation of pain. Participants received painful heat stimuli on their forearm and placed an embodied virtual hand (co-located with their real one) under a virtual water tap, which dispensed virtual water under different experimental conditions. We aimed to induce a temperature illu...


Brain mapping by direct electrical stimulation (DES) during awake craniotomy is now a standard procedure which reduces the risk of permanent neurologic deficits. Virtual reality technology (VR) immerses the patient in a virtually controlled, interactive world, offering a unique opportunity to develop innovative tasks for peroperative mapping of complex cognitive functions. The objective of this prospective monocentric study was to evaluate the tolerance and safety of a virtual reality headset (VRH) and imme...

Look at the cognitive deficits in patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1: an exploratory research on the effects of virtual reality.

Myotonic dystrophy type 1 is a neuromuscular disease, characterized by a progressive loss of strength, muscle stiffness, and difficulty in relaxation. Myotonic dystrophy type 1 patients can present several neuropsychological deficits, as well as anxiety and mood disorders. Aim of this study is to evaluate the feasibility and the effect of virtual reality in the cognitive and behavioral recovery of myotonic dystrophy type 1 patients. Eleven patients (8 female and 3 male) underwent a specific cognitive rehabi...

What Players of Virtual Reality Exercise Games Want: Thematic Analysis of Web-Based Reviews.

Physical activity (PA) is associated with a variety of physical and psychosocial health benefits, but levels of moderate-to-vigorous intensity PA remain low worldwide. Virtual reality (VR) gaming systems involving movement (VR exergames) could be used to engage people in more PA.

A Free Virtual Reality Experience to Prepare Pediatric Patients for Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Cross-Sectional Questionnaire Study.

A magnetic resonance image (MRI) is a diagnostic test that requires patients to lie still for prolonged periods within a claustrophobic and noisy environment. This can be difficult for children to tolerate, and often general anesthetic (GA) is required at considerable cost and detriment to patient safety. Virtual reality (VR) is a newly emerging technology that can be implemented at low cost within a health care setting. It has been shown to reduce fear associated with a number of high-anxiety situations an...

Distraction using virtual reality for children during intravenous injections in an emergency department: A randomized trial.

To determine whether the virtual reality as a distracting intervention could reduce pain and fear in school-age children receiving intravenous injections at an emergency department.

Use of Smartphone-Based Head-Mounted Display Devices to View a Three-Dimensional Dissection Model in a Virtual Reality Environment: Pilot Questionnaire Study.

Virtual reality (VR) technology has started to gain attention as a form of surgical support in medical settings. Likewise, the widespread use of smartphones has resulted in the development of various medical applications; for example, Google Cardboard, which can be used to build simple head-mounted displays (HMDs). However, because of the absence of observed and reported outcomes of the use of three-dimensional (3D) organ models in relevant environments, we have yet to determine the effects of or issues wit...

Effects of early virtual reality-based rehabilitation in patients with total knee arthroplasty: A randomized controlled trial.

Virtual reality (VR)-based rehabilitation is a promising approach for improving recovery in many conditions to optimize functional results, enhancing the clinical and social benefits of surgery.

Pain Management Knowledge and Attitudes of Healthcare Professionals in Primary Medical Centers.

To investigate the level of knowledge and attitudes related to pain management among nurses and physicians working in primary medical centres in Jordan.

Virtual Reality Use for Symptom Management in Palliative Care: A Pilot Study to Assess User Perceptions.

In the past two decades, virtual reality (VR) technology has found use in a variety of clinical settings including pain management, physical medicine and rehabilitation, psychiatry, and neurology. However, little is known about the utility of VR in the palliative care setting. Moreover, previous investigations have not explored user perceptions of the VR experience in this population. Understanding user perceptions of the VR intervention will be critical for the development and delivery of effective VR ther...

Pain Screening in the Older Adult With Delirium.

In patients with cognitive impairments who are unable to self-report pain, nurses must rely on behavioral observation tools to assess and manage pain. Although frequently employed in medical-surgical units, evidence supporting the psychometric efficacy of the Pain in Advanced Dementia (PAINAD) for pain screening in older adults with delirium is lacking.

Effects of virtual reality rehabilitation training on gait and balance in patients with Parkinson's disease: A systematic review.

In recent years, virtual reality (VR) has been tested as a therapeutic tool in neurorehabilitation research. However, the impact effectiveness of VR technology on for Parkinson's Disease (PD) patients is still remains controversial unclear. In order to provide a more scientific basis for rehabilitation of PD patients' modality, we conducted a systematic review of VR rehabilitation training for PD patients and focused on the improvement of gait and balance.

Exoskeletons With Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, and Gamification for Stroke Patients' Rehabilitation: Systematic Review.

Robot-assisted therapy has become a promising technology in the field of rehabilitation for poststroke patients with motor disorders. Motivation during the rehabilitation process is a top priority for most stroke survivors. With current advancements in technology there has been the introduction of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), customizable games, or a combination thereof, that aid robotic therapy in retaining, or increasing the interests of, patients so they keep performing their exercises. ...

Use of a Virtual Reality Device for Basic Life Support Training: Prototype Testing and an Exploration of Users' Views and Experience.

Immediate initiation of cardiopulmonary resuscitation significantly increases the chances of survival after a cardiac arrest. Virtual reality devices allow the integration of features of real patients into training to facilitate interaction and feedback, thus improving performance. However, its use as a training tool remains underexplored. The aims of this study were to undertake initial testing of a virtual reality basic life support prototype and to explore users' views and experiences.

Being present in a real or virtual world: A EEG study.

This study proposes an approach to evaluation and measuring of presence for man-machine interaction in the virtual reality based on electroencephalographic data.

Treating patients with driving phobia by virtual reality exposure therapy - a pilot study.

Virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) is a promising treatment for patients with fear of driving. The present pilot study is the first one focusing on behavioral effects of VRET on patients with fear of driving as measured by a post-treatment driving test in real traffic.

Virtual reality for animal navigation with camera-based optical flow tracking.

Virtual reality combined with a spherical treadmill is used across species for studying neural circuits underlying navigation and learning.

Virtual reality reduces pain from needles.

Pain management policies and reported practices in Swiss emergency departments: a national survey.

Acute pain is the most common complaint of patients presenting to emergency departments (EDs). Effective pain management is a core ED mission, but numerous studies have pointed to insufficient pain treatment or oligoanalgesia. According to a 1997 national survey in Swiss EDs, a validated pain scale was used in only 14%, an analgesia protocol in <5%, and 1.1% had a nurse-initiated pain protocol. Since then, numerous societal and health care factors have led to improved ED pain care. The aim of this study ...

Virtual reality simulation to enhance laparoscopic salpingectomy skills.

To assess skill enhancement and maintenance by virtual-reality simulation of laparoscopic salpingectomy in gynecologic surgery fellows. Skill acquisition by virtual-reality surgical simulation is an active field of research and technological development. Salpingectomy is one of the first gynecologic surgery techniques taught to fellows that requires accompanied learning.

Evaluation instruments for physical therapy using virtual reality in stroke patients: a systematic review.

Physiotherapeutic rehabilitation is essential to improve functional mobility, muscular strength, balance and quality of life of stroke patients, but conventional techniques using repeated physical activities can soon become monotonous. The use of virtual reality (VR) in rehabilitation offers a possible alternative to the traditional methods of promoting improvements in muscle strength and balance. However, there is not yet consensus about which instruments should be used to assess the effectiveness of VR in...

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