Medical

Paving The Way For The Future Of Medical-Assistive Metaverse Technology 

A New Frontier

Virtual Reality Metaverse offers advantages that extend well beyond mere entertainment.

Since 2016, our Metaverse solutions have been utilized in a number of medical applications, and certified by the Helsinki Ethics Committee at the Kaplan Hospital. Our Metaverse solutions are applicable to the following classes of medical applications:

High-Risk Pregnancy

Our Out-of-Body Metaverse technology is currently used at the Kaplan Hospital for the treatment and care of high-risk pregnant women. Our Metaverse experiences allow the patient to be distracted from their high-pressure environment.

This in turn helps them achieve a state of mind that is more conducive to a healthy pregnancy. Patients consistently report feeling less stressed, calmer and less anxious.

By comforting and calming the patient in this manner, medical professionals are able to obtain true readings from the patient and the baby, including blood pressure, heart rates and blood saturation. These baseline readings are therefore achieved without the influence of transient effects of stress or anxiety.

Assistance With External Cephalic Version (ECV)

The ECV is a procedure carried out to avoid high-risk breech birth, where a baby is born head-first instead of buttocks-first.

Our Metaverse technology is used to calm the patient during the ECV to avoid muscular tension, high-tonus and uterus contraction during the procedure.

Patients consistently report feeling calmer and less conscious of the stress-inducing surgical procedure as a result of our technology.

Short-term Pediatric Procedures

Our Metaverse solutions can be used to distract and calm children during short-term procedures so as to minimize emotional response and resistance.

This includes procedures such as limb salvage, limb lengthening and blood transfusion.

It can also be used in the practice of counselling and the treatment of depression.

Assistance for Needle-Phobic Patients

Injections and other invasive treatments may be highly anxiety-inducing for needle-phobic patients.

By distracting such patients with our Out-of-Body Metaverse experiences, the brain’s instinctive flight response can be avoided.

Thus, such procedures may be performed with minimal resistance.

Intervention Depression Metaverse

Depression disorder is the most important mental disorder, the most effective and researched treatment is cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT).

The main problem with CBT is that it requires effort and motivation – exactly the personal components that are lacking in depression.

One way to overcome this is through VR – which makes treatment accessible through gamification.

In the present study we constructed a one-time CBT intervention for depression based on the VR platform.

Mental support for the elderly

The aim of the project is to make the metaverse technology accessible to all the elderly so they will be able to enjoy its values.

Using dedicated ‘Verse-site’ we have developed, you can travel around the world, refresh memories from the past, and even create social connections and interactions in the virtual space.

Inverse works with a variety of psychological and gerontological consultants to produce content that even produces cognitive and physical improvement processes.

In the days of COVID-19 we took responsibility for the project as a social commitment to help the elderly. Come and join us to contribute to the community.

What Our Clients Have To Say​

In a joint project we did with Inverse, we developed unique software based on virtual reality glasses that simulate different environments with compatible music.
The content itself has been prepared based on previous research in the area of analgesia and exposure to sedative content.
The content is used by us for research in a number of areas of high-risk pregnant women and it is evident that there is a positive impact on the objective metrics and also it seems to have an impact on specific research areas whose results will be published at the end of the study.
The use of the software has also shown an upward trend in the success rate of performing short procedures in a primary group of patients and we are now increasing the number of subjects.
The research team has been working on this research for over a year and believes that virtual reality and its contents bring positive results that will be applied later in regular treatments.

Prof. Edi Vaisbuch