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Wound treatment

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Use of therapeutic virtual reality to improve patient comfort and reduce discomfort during wound treatment
Use of therapeutic virtual reality to improve patient comfort and reduce discomfort during wound treatment

                                     Clinical studies

Clinical studies

Clinical study published in the journal of burn care and research
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OPIOIDS

Immersive virtual reality to reduce opioid use during painful wound care procedures in adults, Journal of Burn Care & Research, 2018

McSherry T., et al.

Results: The amount of opioids administered before each of the 2 wound procedures was similar with and without IVR. Total opioid administration during dressing procedures with IVR was significantly lower than when no IVR was used, 17.9±6.0 and 29.2±4.5 mcg/kg fentanyl, respectively (t=˗2.7; df=14; p=0.02) N=18

Clinical study in the Children journal


SIGNIFICANT REDUCTION

OF PAIN

Immersive virtual reality as analgesia during dressing changes for hospitalized children and adolescents with burns, Children (Basel.), 2020

Lauwens Y., et al.

Results: This meta-analysis of 4 scientific studies concluded that there was a significant size effect demonstrating the effectiveness of VR in reducing pain during burn care compared to conventional care. N=104

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