Oncology

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Clinical studies

Title of the study:

Virtual reality as a distraction technique for pain and anxiety among patients with breast cancer: A randomized control trial.

Authors: 

Bani Mohammad E. & Ahmad M.

Results:

Significant decrease in perceived pain (-93%) and anxiety (-25%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group in breast cancer patients.

Title of the study:

Virtual reality as a distraction technique for pain and anxiety among patients with breast cancer: A randomized control trial.

Authors: 

Bani Mohammad E. & Ahmad M.

Results:

Significant decrease in perceived pain (-93%) and anxiety (-25%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group in breast cancer patients.

Title of the study:

Virtual reality analgesia during venipuncture in pediatric patients with onco-hematological diseases

Authors: 

Atzori B., Hoffman H.G., Vagnoli L., Patterson D.R., Alhalabi W., Messeri A., Grotto R.L.

Results:

Decrease in the time spent thinking about pain (-59%), the unpleasantness of the pain (-72%) and the worst pain felt (-44%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group during venipuncture in patients with onco-hematological diseases. 

Title of the study:

Virtual reality analgesia during venipuncture in pediatric patients with onco-hematological diseases

Authors: 

Atzori B., Hoffman H.G., Vagnoli L., Patterson D.R., Alhalabi W., Messeri A., Grotto R.L.

Results:

Decrease in the time spent thinking about pain (-59%), the unpleasantness of the pain (-72%) and the worst pain felt (-44%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group during venipuncture in patients with onco-hematological diseases. 

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