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Sleepless Surgeons
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In the simulator how did Neil know he has done a good clamp?
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Surgeon still haven't been easy.They work endless hours with patients' lives in their hands and often go without sleep.But what if getting sleep helps them learn and perform their peak.Nild,the scientist,is asking about that question.Jeffy Alanbergon is researching just how sleep and lack of it affects the learning and performings of task.Nild Craztyson,the host of Nobel Science now got to be his test subject for the day and found out that even well rested,the surgical task wasn't easy.



All right.Now this is gonna begin to read the....

I'm inside the body of patient right now.

That's right,exactly.

Ok.

Hahaha,at least locally.



Your left hand,you gonna be coming in.Ah,let me help you here.You get a little bit lost,you probably miss.



Ok I go.



That's a little bit in the back round,and now push it in a little bit,does that?That's,that's a surgical grab.And now it's gonna show you in purple where you are gonna bring it stabler and clap off the system dark.



Ok.

Ok,it is hard.You are doing great and this is the first time.

Oh that shows we are there.

Yeah when your clap is right here.See now this is a perfect example,oh you've known clapped system area and system dark together,you can release.

That's better good.

That's not good.

Ok.Hahaha.That will be bad if it is not...so I just wanna...

When you show the purple section.

Oh so this is a good clap because it didn't turn red so told me I did good.

Perfect.

All right.

So the key thing here is learning some of the general relizable skill,some of the skill that allow you to think about movements that happening with both hands the same time.

Ok so now this conmotor conedict activity that I'm doing here and he will train me to do this and probably when I sleep I can better act,is that correct?

Well that's....we don't know that for sure,that's what we will going after.We really want it to be as educated as possible and to be educated needs a lot of experience and need to be up on night but here we'll say,wait a minute,maybe getting some sleep is actually ...memory and skill acsetion.

So let's get one more step on there.Here we go.

Really nice.

Yeah!

Really nice,you got it!

For good steps is for bad steps.

Almost.Hahaha,good for...

Alright.



Alanbergon's study should provide evidence about how sleep affects the learning and performing of surgical skills.This may well improve the training of future surgeons and that may help us all rest easier.
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