Previously, doctors constantly wore a white uniform — the color of purity.
In the early 20th century, a famous surgeon began wearing green because he thought it would be easier on the eyes.
Subsequent practice has shown that green is the best color for operations, as it is the exact opposite of red on the color wheel.
Green helps doctors see better two reasons.
one. Looking at blue or green tones can allow the doctor’s eyes to take a break from the red color of the patient’s blood or internal organs during surgery. The brain, as it were, opposes these colors to each other.
If the surgeon looks at something red for a long time, he becomes immune to it. The red signal becomes less visible, making it harder for the doctor to discern the nuances of the human body.
If you look at blue or green from time to time, your eyes remain sensitive to shades of red.
This happens because white contains all the colors of the spectrum, including red and green. But the brain is still not rested from red signals, so red signals can be mistakenly perceived as green for some time.