LEARN HOW VR CAN HELP PEDIATRIC PATIENTS

  • Minimize fear and stress experienced by children, teens and their families throughout their hospital experiences -

  • Offer pre-procedural relaxation and distraction tools to help patients and families become more comfortable and relaxed

  • Offer immersive distractions during scary or uncomfortable procedures and treatments

  • Engage and energize children and families

APPLIEDVR RESULTS

CEDARS-SINAI MEDICAL CENTER

Use of AppliedVR in hospitalized patients significantly reduces pain versus a control distraction condition. These results indicate that VR is an effective, safe adjunctive therapy for pain management in the acute inpatient setting.
 
JMIR: Virtual Reality for Management of Pain in Hospitalized Patients: Results of a Controlled Trial

CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL LOS ANGELES

Findings demonstrate that children and adolescent patients receiving blood draw while playing AppliedVR experience significantly less distress compared to patients receiving standard of care. This study also supports the feasibility of using new VR technology in a pediatric hospital setting based on high levels of patient, caregiver, and phlebotomist satisfaction and no adverse effects.
Pending publication.

CASE STUDY: access sports medicine

He didn’t move, he didn’t cry, he kept his attention completely on the virtual reality.
— Chris Wheeler, Physician's Assistant | Cast Removal at Access Sports Medicine and Orthopaedics

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