This iPhone game could help heart surgeons save lives

Sam Glassenberg is no doctor, but he was happy to perform a colonoscopy before a crowd of hundreds in Los Angeles this June.
"This polyp is attached to a blood vessel, so if you try to remove it, it bleeds," he explained. Blood gushed while the crowd winced and moaned.
No, Glassenberg was not operating on a real patient. He was at the Social Innovation Summit in Los Angeles, showcasing a colonoscopy "game" that his company, Level Ex , has developed to help train doctors. 
"We capture the challenges of the practice of medicine — diagnosis, clinical challenges, procedural challenges — and we capture them as video game mechanics," Glassenberg told Mashable. Read more... More about Video Games , Surgery , Tech , Startups , and Health