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Fig. 3 | Annals of Intensive Care

Fig. 3

From: Feasibility and safety of virtual-reality-based early neurocognitive stimulation in critically ill patients

Fig. 3

Time distribution (%) of neurocognitive exercises for each session during the first five sessions. In the first session, passive exercises requiring simple attention and gross motor functions were the most performed exercises. In subsequent sessions, the time spent on passive exercises gradually decreased, while the time spent on exercises focusing on selective attention and working memory increased. Guided-observation exercises were well tolerated for patients from the first session. The most complex exercises, focusing on working memory, were only performed from the third session, and the time assigned for these exercises was increased progressively with each session. Note that in the fifth session, equal time was assigned to each type of exercises

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