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Virtual Reality in Clinical Practice

Katharina Meyerbröker
2021 Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy  
areas in which virtual reality already has a clinically relevant additional value.  ...  of virtual reality in clinical practice.In research, virtual reality has finally become more accepted as highly standardized research paradigm.  ... 
doi:10.1002/cpp.2616 pmid:34048628 fatcat:kyya7xa3qzed5i6t6bf5oo3of4

Virtual Reality Becomes a Reality for Ophthalmologic Surgical Clinical Trials

Dante J. Pieramici, Felix Heimann, Raymond Brassard, Giulio Barteselli, Shrirang Ranade
2020 Translational Vision Science & Technology  
Virtual reality (VR) as a training tool has long been used by the aeronautic industry and more recently adapted for physician training in medicine and surgery, with encouraging results.  ...  article describes the unique advantages and technologic challenges that practice on VR simulators has to offer, and the experience of Archway physicians with VR technology as a first in any ophthalmic clinical  ...  Virtual Reality (VR) in Ophthalmology The most important aspects of clinical research are safety and efficacy.  ... 
doi:10.1167/tvst.9.7.1 pmid:32832208 pmcid:PMC7414641 fatcat:ttnqbo4lsvbbrpuff3csjgwgf4

Is clinical virtual reality ready for primetime?

Albert "Skip" Rizzo, Sebastian Thomas Koenig
2017 Neuropsychology  
Is Virtual Reality Even Safe -or Ethical? Albert "Skip" Rizzo, Ph. D., Director Medical Virtual Reality Lab, Institute for Creative Technologies, USC Dr.  ...  Rizzo explores two decades of virtual reality research and practice, the assets at hand for clinical applications, and the forms that VR technology takes.Is this the wave of the future for mental health  ... 
doi:10.1037/neu0000405 pmid:29376669 fatcat:475qvlgtanb75pgv5hy66xdbiy

Virtual and Augmented Reality: New Frontiers for Clinical Psychology [chapter]

Sara Ventura, Rosa M. Baños, Cristina Botella
2018 State of the Art Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Knowhow  
In the last decades, the applied approach for the use of virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) on clinical and health psychology has grown exponentially.  ...  ; (2) VR/AR as an embodied technology, the experience to feel user's body inside the virtual environment; and (3) VR/AR as connectivity technology, the "end of geography'.  ...  The key concepts of virtual and augmented reality for clinical psychology The artificial environment generates from virtual and augmented reality is closer to daily life people.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.74344 fatcat:hjf3sqq5m5abhgo7padoqljtci

Provider experiences of virtual reality in clinical treatment

Christine Vincent, Margaret Eberts, Tejal Naik, Victoria Gulick, C. Virginia O'Hayer, Walid Kamal Abdelbasset
2021 PLoS ONE  
These findings will guide further development of virtual reality as a standardized tool in psychiatry and pain management.  ...  Virtual reality (VR) has proven effective in the treatment of specific phobias and trauma particularly when in-vivo exposure therapy might be costly (e.g. fear of flying, combat scenes).  ...  Reality Medical Center, and Virtually Better.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0259364 pmid:34714889 pmcid:PMC8555834 fatcat:qw4uzakf45g43hqgu7wqepb7wm

Immersive Virtual Reality for Clinical Pain: Considerations for Effective Therapy

Tony Donegan, Brenda E. Ryan, Justyna Swidrak, Maria V. Sanchez-Vives
2020 Frontiers in Virtual Reality  
Immersive virtual reality is transforming medical and psychological research and treatment, including the treatment of clinical pain.  ...  In this short perspective paper, we present some of the methodological difficulties that are rarely discussed in the literature of pain research when using virtual reality.  ...  Frontiers in Virtual Reality | www.frontiersin.org October 2020 | Volume 1 | Article 9  ... 
doi:10.3389/frvir.2020.00009 fatcat:bk557gozlrbpjf626zlwqyxdcu

Virtual Reality Improves Clinical Assessment of the Optic Nerve

Elizabeth Chen, Wilson Luu, Rosalie Chen, Ahmed Rafik, Yo Ryu, Barbara Zangerl, Juno Kim
2020 Frontiers in Virtual Reality  
Trained optometry students assessed the cup/disc (C/D) ratio of ONHs with either a flat stereoscopic display or virtual reality (VR) head-mounted display (HMD) with or without dynamic slant control.  ...  Subjective clinical assessment of ONH parameters from these images (e.g., cup/disc ratio and cup depth) is limited by the absence of monocular perspective cues normally available in oblique viewing.  ...  Frontiers in Virtual Reality | www.frontiersin.org August 2020 | Volume 1 | Article 4  ... 
doi:10.3389/frvir.2020.00004 fatcat:barh5kwahjcu5lveiihdzl6uo4

Keynote Speaker is Clinical Virtual Reality Ready for Primetime?

Albert Skip Rizzo
2018 2018 IEEE Conference on Virtual Reality and 3D User Interfaces (VR)  
Since the mid-1990s, a significant scientific literature has evolved regarding the outcomes from the use of what we now refer to as Clinical Virtual Reality (VR).  ...  of Clinical VR content/systems, and the ethical issues for the safe use of VR with clinical populations.  ...  Over the last 20 years, Skip has conducted research on the design, development and evaluation of Virtual Reality systems targeting the areas of clinical assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation across  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2018.8446505 dblp:conf/vr/Rizzo18 fatcat:kadeoxyfybgerjvbqpzvyfrpay

The Use of Embedded Context-Sensitive Attractors for Clinical Walking Test Guidance in Virtual Reality

Charlotte Croucher, Wendy Powell, Matt Dicks, Brett Stevens, Vaughan Powell
2021 Frontiers in Virtual Reality  
Virtual reality is increasingly used in rehabilitation and can provide additional motivation when working toward therapeutic goals.  ...  used in clinical settings for the figure of eight walk test.  ...  INTRODUCTION Virtual Reality (VR) technology may be introduced into both clinical and community-based environments and has supported patients in a range of therapeutic activities.  ... 
doi:10.3389/frvir.2021.621965 fatcat:ptvl3s6srbdt3medzsqvodmwlm

Virtual reality in concussion management: from lab to clinic

Fernando V Santos, Felipe Yamaguchi, Thomas A Buckley, Jaclyn B Caccese
2020 Journal of Clinical and Translational Research  
VR-based postural control assessments suggest that visual motion is destabilizing following SRC, perhaps indicating persistent perceptual-motion disintegration when clinical postural control tests suggest  ...  VR can also provide functional neuropsychological assessments using real-life scenarios or virtual environments, which may be more sensitive than traditional pencil-and-paper or computerized neuropsychological  ...  Introduction Extended reality (XR) is the use of all virtual and humanmachine interactions. XR is the combination of virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR), and mixed reality (MR).  ... 
pmid:32671279 pmcid:PMC7357617 fatcat:lztupnbp3zhpxbpesfeow4gm6m

The VEPSY Updated Project: Virtual Reality in Clinical Psychology

G. Riva, M. Alcañiz, L. Anolli, M. Bacchetta, R. Baños, F. Beltrame, C. Botella, C. Galimberti, L. Gamberini, A. Gaggioli, E. Molinari, G. Mantovani (+5 others)
2001 CyberPsychology & Behavior  
The project will also develop different personal computer (PC)-based virtual reality modules to be used in clinical assessment and treatment.  ...  In particular, virtual reality (VR) devices have the potential for appearing soon in many consulting rooms. The use of VR in medicine is not a novelty.  ...  In particular, the project aims at the following: Designing and developing four clinical modules to be used with the Virtual Reality Modular System (VRMS) defined by the Virtual Reality Environment for  ... 
doi:10.1089/109493101750527006 pmid:11708724 fatcat:2fu2ek2dzndvzp4dtabp7kpmem

Virtual reality in rehabilitation

M. H. Andreae
1996 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Virtual reality in rehabilitation Potential benefitsforpeople with disability orphobias Virtual reality is an interactive, computer generated environment that simulates the real world.  ...  Acrophobia or fear of heights is another condition in which virtual reality may have a role. Rothbaum et at performed a controlled trial of graded exposure to heights using virtual reality.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.312.7022.4 pmid:8555863 pmcid:PMC2349678 fatcat:2nutpyni7zfarmlf5u56o25tei

Bringing Virtual Reality From Clinical Trials to Clinical Practice for the Treatment of Eating Disorders: An Example Using Virtual Reality Cue Exposure Therapy

Theresa Brown, Emily Nauman Vogel, Sarah Adler, Cara Bohon, Kim Bullock, Katherine Nameth, Giuseppe Riva, Debra L Safer, Cristin D Runfola
2020 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
One particularly promising direction involves integrating virtual reality (VR) with existing evidence-based treatments (EBTs) such as cue exposure therapy (CET).  ...  In addition, our review highlights the need for a comprehensive clinical protocol that supports clinicians and researchers in the implementation and testing of VR-CET and identifies key missing protocol  ...  Giuseppe Riva would like to acknowledge the financial support by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research research project Unlocking the memory of the body: Virtual Reality in Anorexia  ... 
doi:10.2196/16386 pmid:32324145 fatcat:if4x7vnnfnbgpeqltrzwkn7bue

Virtual Reality in Orthopaedics: Is It a Reality?

Jay D. Mabrey, Karl D. Reinig, W. Dilworth Cannon
2010 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research  
Virtual reality (VR) simulation has been a requirement for airline and military pilots for decades and is only now being integrated into surgical training programs.  ...  The literature review began with the search terms ''virtual reality'' AND ''surgery'' yielding 1025 citations spanning 1992 to 2009.  ...  For comparison, there were 246 citations for laparoscopic virtual reality simulation out of the original 1025 citations (1992-2009).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11999-010-1426-1 pmid:20559765 pmcid:PMC3049630 fatcat:nrlrek6mgbe4lgbuostl2c3dp4

Virtual Reality for Vestibular Rehabilitation

Jae-Jun Song
2019 Clinical and Experimental Otorhinolaryngology  
Virtual reality (VR) is an interface between humans and computers, which includes real-time simulation and interaction through various sensory channels, such as vision, hearing, touch, smell, and taste  ...  The extent of the use of VR varies widely, and recent studies have applied VR technologies in the medical field, including anatomy, three-dimensional patient modeling, virtual surgery, and rehabilitation  ...  Virtual reality (VR) is an interface between humans and computers, which includes real-time simulation and interaction through various sensory channels, such as vision, hearing, touch, smell, and taste  ... 
doi:10.21053/ceo.2019.00983 pmid:31575103 pmcid:PMC6787470 fatcat:deuc2bcdvva6bldtez7z5ejn4u
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