Virtual Reality in Non-Communicable diseases
Sonia Singla1, Aswath S2, Dr. Vimal Kamleshkumar Bhatt3, Bhuvanesh Kumar Sharma4, Vinod Kumar Pal5
1Sonia Singla*, East West College Bangalore, Bangalore University, India.
2Aswath, S., Department of Computer Science, PES University, Bangalore, India.
3Dr. Vimal KamleshKumar Bhatt, Balaji Institute of Modern Management, Pune, India.
4Bhuvanesh Kumar Sharma, Institute of Business Management, Pune, India.
5Vinod Kumar Pal, Balaji Institute of International Business, Pune, India.
Manuscript received on October 12, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on 22 October, 2019. | Manuscript published on November 10, 2019. | PP: 1325-1333 | Volume-9 Issue-1, November 2019. | Retrieval Number: L37091081219/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.L3709.119119
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Abstract: Virtual Reality (VR) is often associated with the gaming business, the advancement isn’t just about gaming. Increased reality has been around for quite a while now and there have been new VR applications in different fields. It is ordinary that in excess of 500 million VR headsets will be sold always 2025 and the entire VR development would be worth over $30 billion consistently 2020. This gigantic advancement can’t be solely from the gaming business, anyway, accounts from various industry zones which are viably using this impacting development. Virtual reality is utilized more in health care such as for learning skills, treatments, and robotic surgery. It is utilized with other medical tests like that of x-rays, scans to reduce the risk of surgery and understand the medical condition of the patient. A head-mounted device, both contracted HMD, is a presentation gadget, worn on the head or as a component of a protective cap, that has a little showcase optic before one or each eye. An HMD has numerous utilizations, incorporating into gaming, aeronautics, designing, and prescription lift. A head-mounted showcase is the essential part of computer-generated reality headsets. There is likewise an optical head-mounted presentation, which is a wearable showcase that can reflect anticipated pictures and enables a client to see through it. Human services are one such industry in which there are various utilizations of VR and the potential is open – finished. Medicinal experts and researchers have been at the planning phase creating and actualizing VR applications for quite a while now and have concocted of the most exceptional utilizations of VR in human services. Today, human services associations need to see how VR is changing social insurance and join best practices in their everyday tasks. Non-communicable disease (NCD) which are leading cause of death worldwide such as Diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer. Virtual reality is found to play a vital role in the NCD treatment. Recently, NHS England diabetes group has joined forces with Oxford Medical Simulation to prepare specialists utilizing computer generated reality. Specialists would now be able to rehearse in augmented reality restorative crises, to improve care for patients with diabetes.
Keywords: Virtual Reality, Diabetes, Medicines, Obesity, Cardiovascular Disease, Non-Communicable Disease.
Scope of the Article: Healthcare Informatics