Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

   Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

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User immersed in the forest environment in intensive care before undergoing surgery

     Clinical study with our solution

Clinical study with our solution

Clinical study published in the Journal of Intensive Care
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DISCOMFORTANI SCORE

Improving the discomfort of critically ill patients with electronic relaxation devices, Critical Care, 2022

L. Merliot‐Gailhoustet, et al.

Results: HEALTHY-MIND© was associated with a significant decrease in global discomfort, the primary endpoint (median NRS=4[2-6] vs. 2[0-5]; p=0.01, mixed model), accompanied by a significant decrease in stress response (increase in ANI, secondary endpoint; p<0.01). HEALTHY-MIND© was also associated with a reduction in pain intensity and anxiety by 0.8 points compared to standard relaxation (p=0.001 and 0.004, respectively). N = 60

Clinical study published in the official journal of the Australian college of critical care nurses
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FATIGUEDECONNECTION

Virtual reality during work breaks to reduce fatigue in intensive care units, Australian Critical Care, 2022

L. Bodet-Contentin, et al.

Results: VR induced a significantly greater reduction in fatigue score after the break. Individual changes in fatigue score were +0.17 (1.87) versus -0.33 (1.87). A significantly higher sense of disconnection from the work environment at the end of the break was also observed with VR: 5.98 (3.04) versus 4.20 (2.64). No significant differences were observed for the other parameters, especially at the end of the shift. N = 88

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