The study compared patients with and without virtual reality (VR) headsets having rigid cystoscopies, where a rigid telescope is inserted through the urethra into the bladder.
The study, published in The Journal of Pain, showed that VR can also reduce pain symptoms such as prickling and pain following touch, that are often seen in patients with nerve injury.
The findings of the study were published in the Journal of Medical Information Research Mhealth Uhealth.
The findings, based on moderate certainty evidence, show that for people with back pain the effects were too small to be worthwhile.
Unlike some other States, where a few beneficiaries reported severe Adverse Events Following Immunisation (AEFI), no such complications were reported in Telangana.
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