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    Distraction Therapy In Healthcare Using VR Technology

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    In the healthcare industry, virtual reality (VR) is becoming a major player. According to a recent estimate, this market will rise to $5.1 billion by 2025. This technology holds promise in revolutionizing the healthcare industry, with applications ranging from training medical professionals to diagnosing and treating different conditions.

    Medical Virtual Reality gives healthcare providers, practitioners, researchers, residents, patients, and chemists extraordinary possibilities. As the Top Custom Healthcare Software Development Company, Zoondia recognizes the need for innovations in the field of medicine.

    VR As Empathy Machine

    Patients struck by traumas, memory loss, bodily or intellectual abuse, age-associated fitness issues, Alzheimer’s disease, drug addiction, and different ordeals want a calming ecosystem and reassuring phrases to recuperate quickly. An immersive VR environment is a powerful technique to assist medical students in broadening empathy in the direction of such patients

    Patients undergoing regular medical procedures are whisked away to dive under the sea, zap flying cheeseburgers in space, catch basketballs with their heads, and zip across the sky on paper aeroplanes thanks to virtual reality (VR) technology, which is being implemented throughout the various hospital to help ease patients’ feelings of pain and anxiety.

    The ability to distract these patients with fully immersive, fun, and relaxing sensory environments has been a game-changer as it has been proven to have a significant impact on the anxiety and pain that they experience during minor procedures, dressing changes, and other medical treatments.

    With VR, an often intimidating setting suddenly becomes a really cool thing or place that the patients want to explore. It can minimize the experience of getting the IV to the point that a negative experience can be converted into a positive one.

    VR has the potential to provide enhanced treatment and greater improvement across a range of pain outcomes through lessening pain catastrophizing and improving pain self-efficacy (ie, confidence in the ability to carry out daily activities). Research is underway to further quantify the impact VR has on the levels of pain and anxiety that patients experience by contrasting the experiences of patients who have used virtual reality during vascular access procedures, such as blood draws and port access, with those who have not.

    Zoondia, being the Top Augmented Reality & Virtual Reality Development Company, and the developers of a highly sought-after product- the XZI- 360⁰, is committed to supporting the community through meaningful IT solutions and services and providing necessary leverage to your business.

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