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Informe completoVirtual reality therapy for the management of procedure-related pain

Resumen: Virtual reality distraction therapy 

Objetivo: There are many different types of virtual reality devices that can be used in this way and their effectiveness in reducing pain may vary, but overall the evidence shows that VR appears to be effective at reducing pain during medical procedures compared to traditional methods of pain management. However, to the best of our knowledge no virtual reality devices have yet been certified as meeting health, safety and environmental standards for use in pain management. Therefore, HTW will not be producing guidance on their use at this present time.

Autoría: Health Technology Wales

Idioma: inglés

Fuente: INAHTA

Año de publicación: 2020