Published on in Vol 2, No 2 (2019): Jul-Dec

Comparing the Relaxing Effects of Different Virtual Reality Environments in the Intensive Care Unit: Observational Study

Comparing the Relaxing Effects of Different Virtual Reality Environments in the Intensive Care Unit: Observational Study

Comparing the Relaxing Effects of Different Virtual Reality Environments in the Intensive Care Unit: Observational Study

Journals

  1. Wang T, Sit C, Tang T, Tsai C. Psychological and Physiological Responses in Patients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder: The Use of Acute Exercise and Virtual Reality Environment. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2020;17(13):4855 View
  2. Knobel S, Kaufmann B, Gerber S, Cazzoli D, Müri R, Nyffeler T, Nef T. Immersive 3D Virtual Reality Cancellation Task for Visual Neglect Assessment: A Pilot Study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 2020;14 View
  3. Naef A, Jeitziner M, Gerber S, Jenni-Moser B, Müri R, Jakob S, Nef T, Hänggi M. Virtual reality stimulation to reduce the incidence of delirium in critically ill patients: study protocol for a randomized clinical trial. Trials 2021;22(1) View
  4. Kim C, van der Heide E, van Rompay T, Verkerke G, Ludden G. Overview and Strategy Analysis of Technology-Based Nonpharmacological Interventions for In-Hospital Delirium Prevention and Reduction: Systematic Scoping Review. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(8):e26079 View
  5. Nukarinen T, Rantala J, Korpela K, Browning M, Istance H, Surakka V, Raisamo R. Measures and modalities in restorative virtual natural environments: An integrative narrative review. Computers in Human Behavior 2022;126:107008 View
  6. Hill J, Twamley J, Breed H, Kenyon R, Casey R, Zhang J, Clegg A. Scoping review of the use of virtual reality in intensive care units. Nursing in Critical Care 2022;27(6):756 View
  7. Frost S, Kannis-Dymand L, Schaffer V, Millear P, Allen A, Stallman H, Mason J, Wood A, Atkinson-Nolte J. Virtual immersion in nature and psychological well-being: A systematic literature review. Journal of Environmental Psychology 2022;80:101765 View
  8. Bruno R, Wolff G, Wernly B, Masyuk M, Piayda K, Leaver S, Erkens R, Oehler D, Afzal S, Heidari H, Kelm M, Jung C. Virtual and augmented reality in critical care medicine: the patient’s, clinician’s, and researcher’s perspective. Critical Care 2022;26(1) View
  9. Bolouki A. The impact of virtual reality natural and built environments on affective responses: a systematic review and meta-analysis. International Journal of Environmental Health Research 2024;34(1):73 View
  10. Merliot-Gailhoustet L, Raimbert C, Garnier O, Carr J, De Jong A, Molinari N, Jaber S, Chanques G. Discomfort improvement for critically ill patients using electronic relaxation devices: results of the cross-over randomized controlled trial E-CHOISIR (Electronic-CHOIce of a System for Intensive care Relaxation). Critical Care 2022;26(1) View
  11. Haley A, Wacker D. Cinematic virtual reality for anxiety management in mechanically ventilated patients: a feasibility and pilot study. Acute and Critical Care 2022;37(2):230 View
  12. Naef A, Jeitziner M, Knobel S, Exl M, Müri R, Jakob S, Nef T, Gerber S. Investigating the role of auditory and visual sensory inputs for inducing relaxation during virtual reality stimulation. Scientific Reports 2022;12(1) View
  13. Jeon J, Jo H, Lee K. Psycho-physiological restoration with audio-visual interactions through virtual reality simulations of soundscape and landscape experiences in urban, waterfront, and green environments. Sustainable Cities and Society 2023;99:104929 View
  14. Naef A, Jeitziner M, Jakob S, Müri R, Nef T. Creating Custom Immersive 360-Degree Videos for Use in Clinical and Nonclinical Settings: Tutorial. JMIR Medical Education 2023;9:e42154 View
  15. Naef A, Gerber S, Single M, Müri R, Haenggi M, Jakob S, Jeitziner M, Nef T. Effects of immersive virtual reality on sensory overload in a random sample of critically ill patients. Frontiers in Medicine 2023;10 View
  16. Kanschik D, Bruno R, Wolff G, Kelm M, Jung C. Virtual and augmented reality in intensive care medicine: a systematic review. Annals of Intensive Care 2023;13(1) View
  17. Reale G, Fusco A, Calciano R, Vallario N, Vagnarelli G, Caliandro P, Castelli L, Moci M, Tieri G, Iasevoli L, Padua L. The Immediate Effects of Immersive Virtual Reality on Autonomic Nervous System Function in Patients with Disorders of Consciousness after Severe Acquired Brain Injury: A Pilot Study. Journal of Clinical Medicine 2023;12(24):7639 View
  18. Chen J, Jiang W, Song Y. Wearable electronic devices in the intensive care units. Clinical eHealth 2024;7:36 View
  19. Xu J, Smaling H, Schoones J, Achterberg W, van der Steen J. Noninvasive monitoring technologies to identify discomfort and distressing symptoms in persons with limited communication at the end of life: a scoping review. BMC Palliative Care 2024;23(1) View
  20. Bolouki A, McAnirlin O, H. E. M. Browning M, Maynard A. Optimizing Virtual Nature for Psychological and Physiological Well-Being: A Systematic Review of the Moderating Effects of Duration, Nature Type, Sample Characteristics, and Immersiveness and Potential Risks of Bias. International Journal of Human–Computer Interaction 2024:1 View