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Stanford's Pediatric Immersive Technology Program Reduces Pain Perception, Anxiety

Overview of attention for article published in ASA Monitor, June 2024
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Title
Stanford's Pediatric Immersive Technology Program Reduces Pain Perception, Anxiety
Published in
ASA Monitor, June 2024
DOI 10.1097/01.asm.0001023712.84528.e7
Authors

Pamela Schumacher

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#23,616,828
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#1,194
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#221,921
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#69
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