Study Says Video Games Can Reduce Surgical Errors

Som Patidar - All Headline News Contributor
Los Angeles, CA (AHN) - A recent study conducted by the Beth Israel Medical Center claimed that surgeons who played video games prior to undertaking an operation made fewer mistakes.
According to Reuters, Dr. James Rosser, who led the research over 303 surgeons says the surgeons who warmed up by playing video games for 20 minutes immediately prior to performing surgical drills were faster and made fewer errors than those who did not.
Explaining the science behind the result of their research the researchers explain that playing video games lead to the release of a chemical in the body called dopamine, which develops neural pathways from the brain to the hands.

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