The effectiveness of rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis in virtual reality

Аннотация

Objectives  to review the results of the use of virtual reality for the rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis.  

Material and methods. А bibliographic review of the PubMed database was conducted using the keywords "multiple sclerosis" and "virtual reality". The review was performed in accordance with the recommendations of the "Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-analysis" (PRISMA).  

Results. The analysis included 45 articles. Only 10 articles were subjected to final analysis.

Conclusion. Virtual reality is a potentially effective alternative to traditional motor rehabilitation for patients with multiple sclerosis.   

Conflict of Interest: nothing to disclose.

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Zakharov AV, Khivintseva EV, Kolsanov AV, Voronin AS. The effectiveness of rehabilitation of patients with multiple sclerosis in virtual reality. Science & Innovations in Medicine. 2019;4(3):25-29. doi: 10.35693/2500-1388-2019-4-3-25-29

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