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Here Is The Main Reasons Why Doctors Wear Green Or Blue Uniform During Operation

Have you ever wondered why doctors and nurses wear green or blue scrubs in the operating room? To rephrase, the motivation behind this practice is therapeutic. It's more than just a pretty outfit or fleeting fad. If you've ever spent any amount of time in a hospital, you know directly how true the adage "knowledge without application is useless" can be. We'll talk more about that in the paragraphs that follow.

Following up on the prior remark that surgeons may be seen in either green or blue robes, let's take a closer look at these. While operating, doctors typically wear either green or blue gowns. This means that those of you who have been wondering about the events' motivations will soon have the opportunity to put those questions to rest, as you will have access to the relevant facts.

WebMD claims that patients' vision improves while they are under anesthesia for surgical or other types of operations when they wear green or blue clothing. People who stare at the color red for long periods of time lose the ability to view the full anatomy of their patient's body because the red signal in the brain grows weaker. Indeed, this is truer than ever for medical professionals. When it comes to emergency rooms, blue and green are the go-to hues since they boost patients' eyesight (as opposed to red). More time spent looking at colors other than red and blue can help doctors enhance their patients' vision.

The second benefit is that it helps doctors reduce the likelihood of making mistakes during procedures. If one's vision is sharpened by taking in blue or green light, then it will be much simpler for them to distinguish between the various shades of red. If the person makes a mistake during surgery or an operation, this enhancement in vision will still take place. Or, to put it another way, doctors with green or blue eyes will have an advantage when studying a patient's anatomy since they will be more attuned to subtle changes in red than those with normal color vision.

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https://www.livescience.com/32450-why-do-doctors-wear-green-or-blue-scrubs-.html

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