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 Generally, Why do the doctors in operation room wear blue scrubs Why not any color?

Answer because blood washes out of blue better than any other color, because blood is actually purple, which is a kind of blue.
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Why do the surgeons on 'Scrubs' wear green scrubs and the doctors blue?

Why do doctors wear scrubs?

For many years, members of the medical profession, mostly those other than doctors, have worn scrubs, usually in green or blue. The uniform is named after the process that surgeons and medical prof... Read More »
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Do ICU nurses always wear blue scrubs?

Intensive Care Unit (ICU) nurses do not always wear blue scrubs, though most hospitals have adopted a steel-green or shade of blue for the scrubs of their ICU nurses. However, there is no standard ... Read More »
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What color room do you have and are you generally sad, happy, depressed, angry?

khaki with very colorful accents Moroccan styleand I am quite happy
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