Virtual pain relief for out-patient hysteroscopy

T Justin Clark
BJOG: An International Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology 2020 July 1
We are all likely to need a blood test, a biopsy or wind up on the wrong end of an endoscope. We know that the experience is not going to be pleasant. Many of us will revert to techniques to divert attention away from painful stimuli, such as counting forwards or backwards in our heads, deep breathing, imagining tranquil places or listening to music. But the paper published in this issue of BJOG by (Neo D et al, BJOG 2020; xxxx) shows us how we can distract patients in a more sophisticated way, using virtual reality (VR) technology. The procedure the research groups chose to investigate was outpatient hysteroscopy.

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