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Longitudinal Virtual Reality Use in Pediatric Surgical Procedures
This study aims to investigate the use of virtual reality guided mindfulness meditation to reduce the pre and post-operative anxiety and pain of pediatric surgical patients.
Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.
- Device: Virtual Reality Headset Given
- Have parental consent if under 18 or 18 and older but unable to provide own consent
- Can comprehend instructions in English language
- Is undergoing surgical procedure requiring general anesthesia at Lucile Packard
- Children that are normally healthy (ASA I) or have a mild systemic disease (ASA II,
- Children with significant cognitive impairment or developmental delays per parental
report or H&P
- Children with ASA IV (severe systemic disease that is a constant threat to life) or
ASA V (unstable patients not expected to survive >24hours or without operation)
- Children currently taking psychotropic mediations will be excluded from this study due
to the affect emotion modulation
- Children with history of seizures related to photosensitivity.
Ages Eligible for Study
5 Years - 25 Years
Genders Eligible for Study