Hospital doctors like to hear nothing better than a little classical music while they operate.
The finding comes in a poll published by Hospital Doctor newspaper.
Surgeons and other medical staff wrote in as part of a snapshot survey.
Vivaldi’s Four Seasons was deemed the best piece for surgical procedures.
It was closely followed by Beethoven’s Violin Concerto Opus 61, Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos, Saint Saen’s The Swan from the Carnival of Animals and Wagner’s Ride of the Valkyries.
The findings mirror the BBC drama Holby City where a cardiac surgeon always works to the strains of classical music.
Continue reading the rest of the story, and some ironic songs chosen, on the BBC