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Apport de la réalité virtuelle dans la prise en charge de l'enfant en odontologie : protocole clinique

Abstract : Children dental anxiety can disturb the relation between patient and therapist and affect the quality of care. Distraction interventions are used in daily practice to help patients cope with unpleasant procedures. Virtual reality which involves visual, auditive and cognitive senses, is a distraction method diverting patient’s attention away from dental cares. This thesis aims to appreciate the benefit of virtual reality thanks to a randomized clinical trial lead into the pediatric odontology unit of CHU de Bordeaux. The aim is to explore a non pharmacological alternative compared with conscious sedation related to anxious children in order to value the use of virtual reality in odontology.
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Julie Michel. Apport de la réalité virtuelle dans la prise en charge de l'enfant en odontologie : protocole clinique. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03451728⟩

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