Wound treatment

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Clinical studies

Title of the study:

Randomized, crossover study of immersive virtual reality to decrease opioid use during painful wound care procedures in adults

Authors: 

McSherry T., Atterbury M., Gartner S., Helmold E., Searles D.M., Schulman C.

Results:

Significant decrease in fentanyl consumption (-38%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group during wound care.

Title of the study:

Randomized, crossover study of immersive virtual reality to decrease opioid use during painful wound care procedures in adults

Authors: 

McSherry T., Atterbury M., Gartner S., Helmold E., Searles D.M., Schulman C.

Results:

Significant decrease in fentanyl consumption (-38%) in the virtual reality group compared to the control group during wound care.

Title of the study:

Immersive Virtual Reality as Analgesia during Dressing Changes of Hospitalized Children and Adolescents with Burns: A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis.

Authors: 

Lauwens Y., Rafaatpoor F., Corbeel K., Broekmans S., Toelen J.,  Allegaert K.

Results:

This meta-analysis of 4 scientific studies concludes that there is a significant size effect demonstrating the effectiveness of RV for the reduction of pain in the care of burn victims compared to conventional care.   

Children journal

Title of the study:

Immersive Virtual Reality as Analgesia during Dressing Changes of Hospitalized Children and Adolescents with Burns: A Systematic Review with Meta-Analysis.

Authors: 

Lauwens Y., Rafaatpoor F., Corbeel K., Broekmans S., Toelen J.,  Allegaert K.

Results:

This meta-analysis of 4 scientific studies concludes that there is a significant size effect demonstrating the effectiveness of RV for the reduction of pain in the care of burn victims compared to conventional care.   

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