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Title: The application of eyeglass displays in changing the perception of pain
Authors: Tse, MMY 
Chung, JWY
Wong, TKS
Issue Date: 2002
Publisher: IOS Press ; Ohmsha
Source: In JD Westwood, HM Hoffman, RA Robb & D Stredney (Eds.), Medicine meets virtual reality 02/10 : digital upgrades, applying Moore's law to health, p. 532-535. IOS Press ; Ohmsha, 2002 How to cite?
Abstract: We have been examining the potential value of visual stimulation via the eyeglass displays in changing the perception of pain. In this randomized, controlled, cross-over study, 72 healthy university student volunteers were asked to wear a light-weighted eyeglass projecting a feeling of watching a fifty-two-inch television screen in a close distance while pain was produced by a modified tourniquet technique. There is a significant increase of pain threshold and pain tolerance with the effect of visual stimulation. These findings having implications of using visual stimulation as positive adjunct to other methods of pain relief and to different pain conditions in clinical areas.
Description: Tenth Annual Medicine Meets Virtual Reality Conference
ISBN: 1586032038 (IOS Press)
4274904911 (Ohmsha)
DOI: 10.3233/978-1-60750-929-5-532
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