Surgeons Who Play Video Games Err Less

Researchers found that doctors who spent at least three hours a week playing video games made about 37 percent fewer mistakes in laparoscopic surgery and performed the task 27 percent faster than their counterparts who did not play video games…. Rosser has developed a course called Top Gun, in which surgical trainees warm up their coordination, agility and accuracy with a video game before entering the operating room. —Verna Dobink
Surgeons Who Play Video Games Err Less (AP Wire/MyWay)