Treatment of Color Blindness

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   Colour Blinds can now read Ishihara Plates Let's find out how?


Colour blindness is an inability to differentiate between different colours. Most common is red-green colorblindness. It occurs in 8% of Male and 0.4% Female. Colour blindness is usually a genetic, hereditary condition, you are born with it. Red, green and blue colour blindness is usually passed down from mother to son on the 23rd chromosome, which is the sex chromosome.

TYPE OF COLOUR BLINDNESS PREDOMINANCE REASONING
Red/Green Male/Female Male has a X and Y chromosome whereas a female has 2 X chromosome. For a male to manifest colour blindness the faulty colour blindness gene has to appear on his X chromosome. For female to manifest colour blindness, she has to have fault in both of her X chromosome.
Blue Both male and female are equally affected The defect of blue colour blindness is carried on a non sex chromosome

  Are you looking for a job / career where good colour vision is desirable but defective colour vision would not necessarily cause a handicap?


Accountant, Architect, Baker, Beautician, Botanist, Brewer, Butcher, Carpenter, Engineer, Farmer, Florist, Forester, Furrier, Coroner, Jeweller, Librarian, Tanner, Tailor, Milliner, Miner, Nurse, Dental surgeon, Manicurist, Metallurgist, Optometrist, Ophthalmologist, osteopath, Painter, Physician, Potter, Sales person (Garment, Footwear, Glass items, Linen, Cosmetics, Toiletries, Jewellery, Confectioner, Stationer, Storekeeper), Auctioneer, Clothes designer, Cook or chef, Dental technician, Draughtsman, Dressmaker, Geologist, Gemologist, Interior decorator, Interior designer, Interior planner, Grocer, Hair dresser, Horticulturist, Surgeon, Waiter, Zoologist, Physiotherapist, Bacteriologist, Confectioner, Anaesthetist, Chiropodist, Diamond grader, Illuminating Engineer, Instructor of driver, Fishmonger, Gardener and landscape gardener, Media industry (Lighting director of stage show, film, T.V, Beautician of stage show, film, T.V, Pharmacist assistant, Post office counter assistant, Shoe repairer - cobbler, Telephone switchboard operator, Theatre props manager, Stage props manager, Window dresser, Driver in public service - bus driver, Builder/Brick Layer, Buyer - textiles, yarn, tobacco, food e.g fruit, Cocoa, timber, Carpet/Lino fitter, planner, Precious stone setter)

Recommended colour vision requirement in ceramic
Recommended colour vision requirement in Chemical Laboratory Analysis
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Sorters Transport staff
Chemical analyst Electrician

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in metal industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Metallurgist Geologists

 

Recommended colour vision requirement - Jeweller / Gemologist / Diamond Grader
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
  • Jeweller
  • Gem Graders
  • Pharmacist
  • Key personnel in pharmaceutical production jobs.
  • Laboratory pathological technicians.
  • Industrial Chemist
  • Bacteriologist
  • Medical technician
  • Laboratory Assistant
  • Quality control chemist

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Medical professions/Nursing/AlliedProfession
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
All of them need perfect colour vision  

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in paint industry/Printing Ink Industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Paint sprayer
Paint matcher
Paint buyer
Paint quality control personnel
Production staff
Laboratory staff
Colour matcher
 

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Dyeing industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Bleacher
Colourist
Textile chemist
Bobbin winder
Weaver
Quality staff
Dyer
Technical Manager
Warehouse staff
Laboratory staff

 

Recommended colour vision in Engineering
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Electrician
Cable Joiners
safety Officer
Cablemen
Assembly of circuit board
Colour TV mechanics
Motor Mechanics
Gas fitter
Rack wire men
Telephone installer
Telephone operators
Switchboard operators
Various Engineer
Electronics technician

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Fashion Industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Production staff of Cosmetic industry
Cosmetic sales person
Manicurist
Beautician
Hair dresser

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Agriculture Industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Farmer
Buyer
Sorter
Grader of fruits
Grader of vegetables
Manicurist
Beautician
Hair dresser

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Fine Arts
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Painter
Graders of hand-painted porcelain
Buyer who selects the raw materials
Quality control personnel
Quality control inspector
General production personnel
Commercial artists
Potter
Art teacher

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Food and Drink industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Cook, Chef
Baker, Butcher
Barmaid, Barman
Green groccer
Waiter
Industrial foreman, packing staff
Laboratory staff
Quality control staff
Meat inspector
Buyer
Industrial production staff

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Leather, Wood and Furniture Industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Buyers
Storekeepers
Supervisor in timber, furniture and shoe manufacturing industry
Staff in dyeing section of leather industry
Shoe making
Carpenter
Finisher
Shoe repairer

 

Recommended colour vision requirement in Leather, Wood and Furniture Industry
Perfect colour vision Good colour vision
Buyer of coloured goods and raw materials.
Quality control staffs
Sorting
Grading
Brick manufaturer
Interior designer and decorator
Assistant junior brick layers or builders
Finisher
Shoe repairer

Are you pursing Engineering and are you colour blind?
Are you an Engineer but facing difficulty in job placement for your colour blindness?

Are you any of these or willing to take any of these as your carrier option and are colour blind?
Electrician
Electronic technician
Engineer
Safety Officer
Cablemen
Circuit Board assembler
TV mechanic
Motor mechanic
Telephone installer
Gas fitter
Cable joiner
Rack wire men
Telephone operator
Switchboard operator

 

Are you colour blind and you work with resistance and capacitors and you are having any of these problems while at work?
Codes of resistors or capacitors
Colour codes of electronic components
Pairing colour coded cables and wires
Red and orange code looks identical
Confusion in between violet and yellow colour
Difficulty in distinguishing between green and brown
Difficulty in distinguishing between red and brown
Difficulty in distinguishing between green and red
Difficulty in distinguishing between green and grey
Difficulty in distinguishing between grey and brown
Difficulty in distinguishing between violet and brown
Complete failure to identify the presence of a band
Difficulty in identifying colours with matt surfaces or soiled components

 


  Future of Colour blinds -


In spite of talent and technical knowledge with complete expertise in the professional field many a times colour blindness becomes a barrier and first criteria for eliminating the potential individual from proving his caliber not only in airlines, railways, navy, engineering, medical, law enforcementbut at every level of entry into the professional world. Hopefully this scenario will change in near future with the advancement in the management and treatment of colour blindness.

  Probable reason for colour blindness could be -


The instruction for the development of cone cells are wrong. Cone cells might be missing or less sensitive to light. It may be that the pathway from the cone cells to the brain has not developed correctly.

  Colour detection and differentiation -


The colour are detected by cones which are of 3 types - red, green and blue. All hues can be produced by mixing red, green and blue light. Most birds are tetra chromats and around 2-2% of world's women are tetrachromats. they have the kind of 4th cone that gives a significant increase in colour differentiation.

  How to select a career with respect to colour blindness?


There are specific guidelines offered by different trade and industry. Individual company and its individual post and designation has its own specific colour related requirement. Here today you will learn more about the requirement of colour vision in different trades and industry.

  Do you think that being colour blind can be an asset?


Strange but true, being colour blind could be a boon . Colour blinds can be of great help in detecting camouflage.

  Do you know which occupations require perfect colour vision?


Armed forces, Civil aviation, Colour matcher in - Coloured paper industry, Ceramic industry, Dyeing industry, textile industry, Paint industry, Ink industry, Cosmetic industry, Navigation - Pilot, Fisherman, Railways, Carpet industry - Weaver, Spinner, Bobbin winder, Inspector in carpet industry, Electrical industry - Motor mechanic, Electrician, Electronics technician, TV mechanic, Telephone installer, Police - Not all but some grades, Radio - Telegraphy

 

  Colour blindness in these sectors can be hazardous due to error in colour judgement -


Air traffic controller, Car body resprayer or retoucher, Cartographer, Buyers of textiles, yarns, tobacco, timber, food items like fruit, Cocoa, Chemist and chemicals (Food chemist, Laboratory analyst, Teacher of Chemistry, Chemicals manufacturer), Polishes and oils, Ceramics - Painter, Decorator of pottery, Inspector (Quality control), Safety officer, Tanner, Tobacco grader, Colour printer, Etcher, Retoucher, Colour Photographer, Colour TV technician, Manufacturing unit of coloured pencils, chalks, paints, Paint maker and distributer, Restorer of paintings/work of art, Cotton graders, Coroner, Forensic scientist, Market grader e.g fruit, vegetable, Meat inspector, Oil refining, Paper making, Pharmacist, Plastics.

  What initiative is needed to correct these problems?


  1. Luminance clue is a beneficial way for the colour blindness. By enhancing the brightness difference between the colours is perceived.
  2. Colour defect is more noted in matt surfaces and soiled components, the use of glossy finish would overcome this problem.
  3. Bright colour and good illumination levels greatly assist the colour defect.

Resistance colour confusion made by deuteranopes Resistance colour confusion made by deuteranomalous
Colours completely missed on Colours completely missed on
Brown not seen on brown Brown not seen on brown
Red not seen on red Grey not seen on light brown
Red not seen on brown Grey not seen on brown
Green not seen on brown Red not seen on red
Grey not seen on brown Red not seen on brown
  Green not seen on brown

 

Are you an electrician or electronic technician and colour blind? Are you facing any of these problems?
Difficulty in wiring
Difficulty in assembly work
Difficulty in repairing an installation under diminished light

 

Are you having difficulty in pairing the following wires?
(Red+Blue)+(Brown+Violet) (White+Brown)+(White+Green) (Brown+Black)+(Green+Red)
((Violet+Green)+(Brown+Violet) (White+Green)+(White+Orange) (Yellow+Green)+(Yellow+Orange)
(Orange+Red)+(Orange+Green) (Green+Red)+(Green+Brown) (Violet+Yellow)+(Violet+Green)
(Yellow+Brown)+(Yellow+Green) (Red+Brown)+(Red+Green) (Red+Orange)+(Red+Green)
(Green+Yellow)+(Green+Orange) (Yellow+Orange)+(Yellow+Green) (White+Green)+(White+Orange)
(Red+Green)+(Red+Grey) (Blue+Red)+(Violet+Brown) (Violet+Orange)+(Violet+Green)


So, if you are colour blind and have not chosen Engineering as your carrier then it is advisable to choose other carrier options. All the boys who have discovered their colour blindness early are advised to avoid colour oriented careers. But still if you are determined and inspite of your being colour blind you want to choose Engineering as your career you need to go for colour blindness treatment.


  History of colour vision testing-


In 1897 first test for defective colour vision was done with the help of coloured wools. In 1912 Colour Vision testing was started in Armed Force services. In 1959 a standard was fixed for evaluating the Colour vision. Persons who must pass colour vision test and have perfect vision?

Tests done for colour vision – Ishihara test Lantem test
What is Farnsworth Lantern (FALANT) Test and what is done in this test?

Instructions –
You will see 3 lights – Red, Green and White / Yellow.
9 pair of colours will be seen for 2 seconds each.
2 lights are seen at a time in any combination.
Patient has to call the colours – top, bottom.
Interpretation -
9 pair of colour if said correctly – Pass
If you fail - Suspected


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In 6 months- Contents of upgraded kit (Duration 6 months)
1. Ishihara test book
2. Specialized goggles for colour blinds
3. Specialized contact lens for colour blind
4. Training Exercise manual
5. Nutritive eye drops
6. Nutritive supplements to improve your colour vision
7. Diet chart

 

In 3 months- Contents of advanced kit (Duration 3 months)
1. Ishihara test book
2. Specialized goggles for colour blinds
3. Specialized contact lens for colour blind
4. Training Exercise manual
5. Nutritive eye drops
6. Nutritive supplements to improve your colour vision
7. Antioxidants to improve colour vision
8. Diet chart

 

In 40 days- Contents of latest kit (Duration 40 days)
1. Ishihara test book
2. Specialized goggles for colour blinds
3. Specialized contact lens for colour blind
4. Training Exercise manual
5. Nutritive eye drops
6. Nutritive supplements to improve your colour vision
7. Antioxidants to improve colour vision
8. Electrical stimulator (Most advanced and latest technology based stimulator to improve your colour vision)
9. Diet chart

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