Gynecology and maternity

Indications

Clinical studies

Title of the study: 

Virtual reality for acute pain in outpatient hysteroscopy: a randomised controlled trial.

Authors:

Deo N., Khan K.S., Allotey J., Fusari G. 

Results:

Significant decrease in anxiety (-39%), in the maximum intensity of pain felt (-28%) and in the perception of overall pain (-38%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group when hysteroscopies were performed.

Title of the study: 

Virtual reality for acute pain in outpatient hysteroscopy: a randomised controlled trial.

Authors:

Deo N., Khan K.S., Allotey J., Fusari G. 

Results:

Significant decrease in anxiety (-39%), in the maximum intensity of pain felt (-28%) and in the perception of overall pain (-38%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group when hysteroscopies were performed.

Title of the study: 

The use of pre-operative virtual reality to reduce anxiety in women undergoing gynecological surgeries: A prospective cohort study.

Authors:

Chan J. J. I., Yeam C.T., Kee H.M., Tan C.W., Sultana R., Sia A.T.H., Sng B.L. 

Results:

Significant decrease in the anxio-depressive score (-36%) measured by the HADS (Hospital Anxiety and Depression scale) after immersion in virtual reality in patients awaiting gynaecological surgery. 

Title of the study: 

The use of pre-operative virtual reality to reduce anxiety in women undergoing gynecological surgeries: A prospective cohort study.

Authors:

Chan J. J. I., Yeam C.T., Kee H.M., Tan C.W., Sultana R., Sia A.T.H., Sng B.L. 

Results:

Significant decrease in the anxio-depressive score (-36%) measured by the HADS (Hospital Anxiety and Depression scale) after immersion in virtual reality in patients awaiting gynaecological surgery.

Title of the study: 

Virtual Reality Analgesia in Labor: The VRAIL Pilot Study – A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial Suggesting Benefit of Immersive Virtual Reality Analgesia in Unmedicated Laboring Women.

Authors:

Frey D. P., Bauer M.E, Bell C.L, Low L.K., Hasset A.L., Cassidy R.B., Boyer K.D., Sharar S.R.

Results:

Significant decrease in pain and anxiety during virtual reality immersion phases compared to phases without RV immersion in parturient women. 

anesthesia-analgesia

Title of the study: 

Virtual Reality Analgesia in Labor: The VRAIL Pilot Study – A Preliminary Randomized Controlled Trial Suggesting Benefit of Immersive Virtual Reality Analgesia in Unmedicated Laboring Women.

Authors:

Frey D. P., Bauer M.E, Bell C.L, Low L.K., Hasset A.L., Cassidy R.B., Boyer K.D., Sharar S.R.

Results:

Significant decrease in pain and anxiety during virtual reality immersion phases compared to phases without RV immersion in parturient women. 

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