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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Anxious child in hospital using our partner Gamida's virtual reality headset

Clinical studies with our solution

Clinical studies with our solution

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-33% -83%
ANXIETY MORPHINE

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

R. Assener, et al.

Results: For the primary outcome: the median VAS of anxiety in children decreased after the use of virtual reality: 6 [1; 7] versus 4 [0; 5] in children, p = 0.01. This decrease in median VAS was maintained at D+1 and D+4 postoperatively at 1 [0; 2]. This decrease in median VAS was maintained at D+1 and D+4 postoperatively at 1 [0; 2]. Median morphine consumption was 0.21mg/kg/24h [0.02; 1.4] vs 1.2mg/kg/24h [0.02; 3.5] for the control groupN=43
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-57%
ANXIETY CHILDREN &

PARENTS

Evaluation of a virtual reality headset in the prevention of peri-operative anxiety in children, SFAR 2019.

L. Marsac, et al.

Results: Children’s and parents’ anxiety was lower after the children’s immersion in Virtual Reality: 7[5-10] vs. 3[2-7] in children, p=0.001 and 7[2-10] vs. 3[2-6) in parents, p=0.01. No patients showed agitation at induction or in the PACU. The concomitant effect on parental anxiety is a major beneficial effect because of the strong connection between children’s and parents’ anxiety. N=15

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