Surgery

Indications

Before an intervention

During an intervention

After an intervention

Anesthesie locoregionale sous realite virtuelle

Clinical studies

Title of the study:

Virtual Reality Improves the Patient Experience during Wide-Awake Local Anesthesia No Tourniquet Hand Surgery: A Single-Blind, Randomized, Prospective Study.

Authors: 

Hoxhallari E., Behr I.J., Bradshaw J.S., Morkos M.S., Haan P.S., Schaefer M.C., Clarkson J.H.W.

Results:

  • Significant decrease in anxiety in the virtual reality group compared to the control group during the entire surgical procedure.
    Significant decrease in pain in the VR group during the performance of local anaesthesia in patients with high pre-operative anxiety.

Title of the study:

Using virtual reality to control preoperative anxiety in ambulatory surgery patients: A pilot study in maxillofacial and plastic surgery

Authors: 

Ganry L., B. Hersant B., SidAhmed-Mezi M., Dhonneur G., Meningaud J.P.

Results:

Significant decrease in patients’ perceived anxiety (-14%) as well as in salivary cortisol levels (-12%) after a virtual reality session in a preoperative context.

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