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

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Internal Medicine




Therapeutic virtual reality headset before an operation to reduce pain and anxiety

                                     Clinical study with our solution

Clinical study with our solution

Clinical study published in the Journal of Intensive Care

Effectiveness of virtual reality in reducing anxiety and pain during paediatric idiopathic scoliosis surgery, SFAR 2021.

L. Merliot‐Gailhoustet, et al.

ResultsHEALTHY-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

Clinical study

Clinical study available online at the Public Science Library
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Virtual reality for pain management in hospital patients, Public Library of Science, 2019

B. Spiegel, et al.

Results: Shapiro-Wilk test used (p=0.19). A T-test showed that the mean difference was significant in favour of VR (p<0.04). Restricting to the subgroup of patients with the most severe baseline pain (≥7 points; N=54), the effect of VR was more pronounced compared to control (-3.04, SD 3.75 vs -0.93 points, SD 2.16; P=0.02). Age was also a significant predictor in this multivariable model, with each additional 10 years of age predicting a 0.6 point reduction in pain (p=0.001). N=120