In the Christmas edition of the British Medical Journal, approximat...

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Dec 12, 2014 08:09
In the Christmas edition of the British Medical Journal, approximately 80% staff being involved in surgery said that music enhanced the efficiency during the surgery.
Songs by British musicians, the Bee Gees, are popular among them, and they said that music helped the communication between them and reduced their stress.
Some surgeons said that they could be focused on surgeries and do better performances thanks to music.
According to researchers, the medical fee included playing "hallelujah to the healer" in 4000 BC.

Among surgeons, 'Staying Alive' by the Bee Gees, 'Smooth Operator' by Sade, 'Comfortably Numb' by Pink Floyd, and 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go' by Wham were the most popular.
On the other hand, the most avoided songs were 'Everybody Hurts' by REM and Queen's 'Another One Bites the Dust'.
― A Japanese article ―

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