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May 14, 2018

Euroanaesthesia 2018

10 / Impact of virtual reality (VR) with Hypnosis and VR with Distraction on anxiety and pregnancy rate before sedation for oocytes retrieval (OR): a doubled-blinded randomised study.

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surgery

preoperative period

biology

fertilization

hypnosis

virtual reality

sedation

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surgery

preoperative period

biology

fertilization

hypnosis

virtual reality

sedation

Abstract

Evidence is emerging of an association between stress and infertility. Anxiety can affect pregnancy rate following an in-vitro fertilisation procedure. Reducing anxiety levels could promote the ability of the patients to face this stress and promote a greater chance of pregnancy in that context. Hypnosis reduces emotional distress associated with medical procedures and has shown its efficacy to increase clinical pregnancy rate when used during embryos transfer. VR is an immersive 3D experience, created using a visual headset and headphones. The goal of this study is to evaluate the effect of VR session with and without hypnosis on anxiety level and on pregnancy rate before sedation for OR.

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