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Pediatric clinic tests virtual reality for hemophilia patients during procedures

(Nationwide Children's Hospital) A virtual reality gaming system specially developed for young patients is making procedures involving needles less painful for children and less stressful for parents. To make their infusion treatments easier, a team of developers in the creation of a virtual reality game system that children control using their eyes, head movements and deep breaths.
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