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Research Report on Virtual Reality in Healthcare Market by Country 2015 - 2021

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Market Reports on India presents the latest report on “Research Report on Virtual Reality in Healthcare Market by Country 2015 - 2021”. http://www.marketreportsonindia.com/life-sciences-market-research-reports-13432/virtual-reality-healthcare.html It has generated tremendous excitement in the healthcare industry where the applications of virtual reality technology extend to psychiatric, training, medical practice, and among other branches of medicine as a part of alternate therapies.

17th Feb 2016 – Navi   Mumbai, India: Market reports on India presents the latest report on “Research Report on Virtual Reality in Healthcare Market by Country 2015 - 2021”.The market is lucrative in the developed countries of Europe and North America though the opportunities are huge in emerging economies as the technology is still inaccessible in those countries.

Virtual Reality technology is a computer-simulated environment that can recreate sensory experiences and stimulate presence in locations that are from the real world or may be from an imagined world. http://www.marketreportsonindia.com/life-sciences-market-research-reports-13432/virtual-reality-healthcare.html It has generated tremendous excitement in the healthcare industry where the applications of virtual reality technology extend to psychiatric, training, medical practice, and among other branches of medicine as a part of alternate therapies. Depression & PTSD, surgery simulation, phobia treatment, robotic surgery and skills training are the most common situations where the use of Virtual Reality Technology has proven successful.

Virtual Reality has also proven effective in treating pain by distracting the brain and reducing the need for drugs during painful and physically unpleasant treatments which reduce exposure to strong narcotics and addictive painkillers. Due to the expensive nature of this new technology, it is available in very limited parts of the world, mostly in developed countries. The demand for...

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