Yes, and it depends on what kind of surgeon. If you were to say become a neurosurgeon, you will need math to calculate the diameter of the cut. Also, you will for any surgeon need to have a history in physics, there you can measure how deep the cut is, and when the patient will wake up
yes they do indeed.
You figure it out it also depens on what type of surgeon yo want to be like a orthopedic surgeon should be good at hammering things and stuff like that ect.....
AnswerA steady hand, good concentration and alot of good science grades.
It seems you need to learn mathematical skills first
Trauma surgeon needs to have two skills: taking decisions in the shortest amount of time and be handy (making sutures and working with various tools calls for a handy person). He or she should also be able to deal with stress.
You need to have a approved orthodontist degree, be able to perform in fast situations, being a part surgeon and all, and have the brains. -agenthl
a steady hand... :)
you should really invest in cocain lots of it then you'll be able to work for hours on end:D
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Knife skills. Talking skills to explain how you messed up to te family. And band aid skills. That's all. Brain surgeons are about as skilled as a five yr old cutting up a steak
You need to be good with measurements, but that's about as mathematical as it gets. :)
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So he can become a surgeon.
To become a doctor you need the following skills: # Excellent diagnostic skills # Excellent communication skills # Great management skills # Advanced problem solving skills To become a surgeon one needs a fair amount of dexterity as well.
Memorization, people skills, decision making, steady hands (surgeon).
You should keep learning - mathematical and other skills - throughout your life. Don't waste it!
by there mathematical skills they made
Norplant does not normally need to be removed by a surgeon.
A surgeon degree.
You need to have extremely good skills in your mathmatic because you have to know where to cut or where not to cut.....everything you do consists of math and science.
you need to count the squares going up and across the board.then you mutiplay them together
You would need a medical degree and residency in surgery to become a surgeon. If you become a registered nurse, you could assist a surgeon.