Comfort & Entertainment
Elevating patient care to a higher standard
When worn by the patient, iTVGoggles will transform his/her surroundings into a virtual 2D/3D movie theater with a jumbo screen and hi-fi stereo sound. The patient can either watch a movie or your own pre-programmed or streamed video/audio feed.
• Cancer Treatment Facilities • Neurosurgeons • Neurologists • Dental Clinics • Psychologists • Psychotherapists • Emergency Response Teams • Laser Clinics • Optometrists, and more…
Case study – Cancer Partners UK
We use iTVGoggles in connection with a respiration monitoring system
” We use iTVGoggles in connection with a respiration monitoring system. The system displays the patients breathing pattern in a sinusoidal line and this line is shown to the patient on the treatment couch inside the room via video signal to the iTVGoggles. The patient can control this breathing line and when we are about to turn the Radiation beam on to deliver their Radiotherapy we ask the patient to breathe in and hold their breathe for a short period of time. This increases the size of the Lungs, moves the heart down and therefore reduces the Radiotherapy dose to these organs during the treatment for Breast Cancer. The iTV Goggles allow the patient to visualise their own breathing pattern so that when they are asked to hold their breathe they know how much to breathe in and how to long to hold for “Paul Laycock
Case study – Rochester Medical Center
Results: A total of 86 patients successfully completed the study. Overall, women had higher pre-procedure STAI scores compared to men (p=0.0104). Patients with high state pre-procedure anxiety (STAI scores ≥ 43, n = 22) required slightly higher amount of sedation and significantly higher analgesia during the procedure compared to patients with low state pre-procedure anxiety (STAI scores < 43, n = 64). Patients using video glasses had significantly reduced levels of anxiety compared to the control group (17.1% vs. 8.3%; p=0.0424). Patients using the video glasses also had significantly reduced mean arterial pressures compared to the control group (p=0.0128). There was not a significant difference in amount of sedation and analgesia, nor a significant change in heart rate, respiratory rate, pain score or procedure time, between the intervention group and the control group. None of the patients experienced any adverse events related to use of video glasses. Post-procedure surveys filled out by the patients in the majority of cases showed that the video glasses were not distracting and did not interfere or pose a safety issue during the procedure. Overall, most patients stated they enjoyed the video content and use of video glasses, and would use the video glasses again for a future procedure.
Video glasses can be safely used during many interventional radiologic procedures without disturbing the work of physicians and nurses. These glasses can be used to reduce patient anxiety and improve the overall experience that patients have while undergoing these procedures.
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Q & A
What about staff training?
We provide our customers and clients in the medical and professional fields with extended service and support.
You will have access to phone support, in addition to priority placement for chat and email support. Our goggles are intuitively designed and are very user-friendly.
How do we sanitize the goggles for hygiene?
We will provide you with instructions and options to keep the units sanitized and hygienic before and after each use.