There is one clinical trial.
This is a randomized non-blinded trial evaluating the effect of virtual reality goggles on perceived pain and anxiety scores during venipuncture on hospitalized children ages 5-21. We will randomized patients to either standard of care (including Lidocaine 2.5%/Prilocaine 2.5% cream as a topical anesthetic 60-240 minutes prior to venipuncture) or standard of care plus virtual reality goggles.
Description: change in the perceived pain using Wong-Baker FACES scale pre/post venipuncture. Faces scale converts 6 faces to numbers (0, 2,4,6,8,10) with high "number" indicating worse pain.Measure: Change in Perceived Pain: scale Time: Approximately 1 hour prior to venipuncture and again immediately after venipuncture.
Description: Changed in pre/post venipuncture anxiety scores using visual analogue scale where patients mark on a scale their value from 0-100mm.Measure: Anxiety Scores Time: Approximately 1 hour prior to venipuncture and again immediately after venipuncture.
Description: Change in HR for patients on cardiac monitor pre/post venipunctureMeasure: Heart Rate Time: Approximately 1 hour prior to venipuncture and again immediate after venipuncture.
Description: Level of simulator sickness with immersive VR distraction during venipuncture using serum sickness survey (4 questions 0-10 asking degree of head hurt, eye hurt, upset stomach and dizziness with 10 being worse outcome)Measure: Level of simulator sickness Time: Approximately 1 hour prior to venipuncture and again immediately after venipuncture
Data processed on September 26, 2020.
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