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Digital Life: Trauma Centre: New Blood Review

Digital Life writes: "Recent research from Iowa State University has suggested surgeons who play video games are faster and make fewer errors on the operating table than their non-game-playing colleagues. It's not difficult to believe, once you play this challenging surgery simulation, which demands a steady hand, a strong constitution and nerves of steel.

Tools include scalpels, ultrasound scanners, lasers, forceps, syringes, sutures, defibrillators and cure-all anti-biotic gels. Doctors can also useaspecial Healing Touch ability that can slow time or temporarily stabilise the patient."

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