Virtual reality as an adjunctive comfort measure in the intensive care and coronary care unit: A nurse-led quality improvement project
December 20, 2021Abstract
Background: Pain, discomfort, and anxiety in critical care units are complex, multifaceted experiences. Nurse-led implementations of adjunctive comfort measures in critical care settings are essential components in the holistic management of these experiences. Virtual reality is gaining popularity as an adjunctive comfort measure across acute care settings to promote patient comfort, though there is limited evidence examining the utility of virtual reality in critical care.
Purpose: Firstly,Read More >