Video glasses for preoperative anxiety in children

Published: 8 January 2019| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/c7zh35tw5k.1
Tomohiro Chaki


Hypothesis: Video glasses, a head-mount display monitor, are more effective for preoperative anxiolysis than portable multimedia player, a standard display monitor, in children. This data shows that video glasses decreased more effectively preoperative anxiety in children than portable multimedia player. Moreover, video glasses increases the satisfaction of parents with their child’s anxiety.