I don’t know if you have such a question. Why are the disposable surgical gowns all green? Then we looked up the information and found that there is a scientific basis for this.
At the beginning, the doctors in the operating room wore white uniforms. Until a doctor finds the shortcoming and turns his eyes from the red blood to see the white uniformity, there will be a situation where he can’t see things at once. Just like when you see the sunlight reflected from the snow in winter, you will be dizzy.
In fact, blue and green are adopted by surgeons because these two colors are complementary colors of human internal organs and blood. Because green is the relative color of red. And green can help doctors refresh the visual impression of red, so that the brain is not desensitized to red. Therefore, using green and blue as a non-woven surgical gown can not only improve the surgeon’s visual acuity. It also allows them to see the different shades of red, which can help surgeons focus on distinguishing various nuances of the human body during the operation and reduce the possibility of making mistakes in the operation.