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Did you know that gamers make good surgeons? There's even a course developed by Dr. James "Butch" Rosser in association with the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons and the Florida Hospital Nicholson Center called Top Gun in which surgical trainees warm up their coordination, agility, and accuracy with a video game before entering the operating room. This was based on a study done by researchers from Beth Israel and the National Institute on Media and the Family at Iowa State University that shows surgeons who regularly play video games make 37% fewer mistakes and operate 27% faster than their peers. They tested 33 doctors - 12 attending physicians and 21 medical school residents- who spent at least three hours a week playing video games. Each doctor completed three video game tasks that tested their motor skills, reaction time and hand-eye coordination. Basically, these skills are the same ones needed when performing Laparoscopic surgery - a procedure that uses a tiny camera and instruments controlled by joysticks outside the body and is performed on any part of the body. The operation involves making tiny keyhole incisions, inserting a mini-video camera that sends images to an external video screen, with the surgical tools remote-controlled by the surgeon watching the screen.
Kurt Squire, a professor at the University of California and a University of Wisconsin researcher of video game effects on learning, said that "with a video game, you can definitely develop timing and a sense of touch, as well as a very intuitive feel for manipulating devices."