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Heart Disease Collection (#3)

"Heart Disease: A Cloudy Reminder of the Silent Killer" In a sky painted with hope, a heart shape emerges from the clouds

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Coronary stent, X-ray F006 / 9141

Coronary stent, X-ray F006 / 9141
Coronary stent. Coloured angiogram (blood vessel X-ray) of the coronary arteries of a 52 year old patient. The artery at right has had a stent placed in it to treat a blockage

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Atherosclerosis, artwork

Atherosclerosis, artwork
Atherosclerosis. Computer artwork of a narrowed artery, due to a cholesterol plaque

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart disease and poor diet, artwork

Heart disease and poor diet, artwork
Heart disease and poor diet. Artwork of an obese man eating fatty and fried foods while having his blood pressure monitored

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart and lung disease, X-rays C018 / 0502

Heart and lung disease, X-rays C018 / 0502
Heart and lung disease. Coloured X-ray (top left) and computed tomography (CT) scans of the chest of an 80 year old patient with heart and lung disease

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart and lung disease, X-ray C018 / 0500

Heart and lung disease, X-ray C018 / 0500
Heart and lung disease. Coloured X-ray of the chest of an 80 year old patient with heart and lung disease. The patient is a former miner and has chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Obese man, artwork

Obese man, artwork
Obese man. Artwork of an overweight man sitting down, seen from the side

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Obese woman, artwork

Obese woman, artwork
Obese woman. Artwork of an overweight woman sitting down, seen from the side

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Pacemaker, X-ray C017 / 7813

Pacemaker, X-ray C017 / 7813
Pacemaker. X-ray of the chest of a patient that has a pacemaker (upper right) fitted. A pacemaker is a device that supplies electrical impulses to a malfunctioning heart so that it beats normally

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Composite image of a tick and a Borrelia bacterium

Composite image of a tick and a Borrelia bacterium
Lyme disease tick. Composite image of a coloured scanning electron micrograph (SEM) of a Lyme disease tick (Ixodes sp. orange) on a plant leaf

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Artificial heart, artwork

Artificial heart, artwork
Artificial heart. Artwork of a man with a permanently implanted device that has replaced his damaged or diseased heart. This is powered by both external (grey box)

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Angina pectoris

Angina pectoris. Illustration of a heart diseased with the cardiac condition angina pectoris. The heart is outlined in blue, with the aortic arch at top (red) and coronary arteries at lower frame

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart disease: hand held up to irregular ECG trace

Heart disease: hand held up to irregular ECG trace
MODEL RELEASED. Heart disease. Computer artwork of a man holding his hand up to an ECG (electro- cardiogram) trace showing an irregular and falling heartbeat

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart disease: artwork of an irregular ECG trace

Heart disease: artwork of an irregular ECG trace

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Artwork of human heart wrapped in drug information

Artwork of human heart wrapped in drug information
Heart disease & medication. Artwork of the human heart wrapped in text describing drugs prescribed to counteract heart disease or disorders of the heart

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Scintigram showing ischaemia post heart attack

Scintigram showing ischaemia post heart attack
False-colour scintigram (gamma camera scan) of a human heart showing ischaemia (reduced blood flow) following myocardial infarction

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Artwork of silhouette with heart in brains place

Artwork of silhouette with heart in brains place
Heart neurosis. Artwork of a human profile in silhouette with a heart in the place of the brain, depicting heart neurosis. Heart (cardiac) neurosis is excessive fear of the condition of the heart

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Artwork showing atherosclerosis of coronary artery

Artwork showing atherosclerosis of coronary artery
Coronary artery disease. Illustration of a human heart showing narrowing of the coronary artery due to atherosclerosis - build up of fatty deposits (atheroma, yellow)

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Light micrograph of cardiac muscle & fatty disease

Light micrograph of cardiac muscle & fatty disease

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart disease: hypertension, atheroma, lung oedema

Heart disease: hypertension, atheroma, lung oedema

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Conceptual artwork of heart with heart disease

Conceptual artwork of heart with heart disease
Heart disease. Conceptual artwork of a section through a heart to depict it " running down" due to heart disease

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart disease: art of heart & beta blocker symbol

Heart disease: art of heart & beta blocker symbol
Heart disease and beta blocker drugs. Artwork of a heart and a symbol representing the use of beta blocker drugs. Beta blockers are used to treat angina, to lower blood pressure

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart

Heart. Computer artwork of a heart with a barrier around it. This could represent the protection of the heart against heart disease or further heart failure by drugs such as ACE inhibitors

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Protected heart, conceptual artwork

Protected heart, conceptual artwork
Protected heart, conceptual computer artwork. The metal cage around the heart could represent protection of the heart against heart disease or further heart failure, by drugs such as ACE inhibitors

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Cardiology nurses station

Cardiology nurses station. A nurse monitoring the heart rhythms (ECGs, electrocardiograms) of patients in the cardiology department at the Leiden University Medical Centre, Netherlands

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Artwork of menopause: osteoporosis, heart disease

Artwork of menopause: osteoporosis, heart disease

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Blocked coronary artery, artwork

Blocked coronary artery, artwork
Blocked coronary artery. Computer artwork of a clot (red) in a coronary artery. The clot has been caused by atherosclerosis, the build up of fatty plaques (yellow) on the artery wall

Background imageHeart Disease Collection: Heart disease caused by fatty foods

Heart disease caused by fatty foods
Heart disease caused by unhealthy food. Conceptual artwork of unhealthy foods being forced into blood vessels near the heart



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"Heart Disease: A Cloudy Reminder of the Silent Killer" In a sky painted with hope, a heart shape emerges from the clouds, reminding us of the importance of our most vital organ. This conceptual image serves as a gentle nudge to pay attention to our cardiovascular health. Transport yourself to a serene picnic on the Bosphorus, captured in an enchanting engraving. Amidst this idyllic scene, let it be a reminder that they are strike anyone at any moment – even during moments of tranquility. Herb Paris and Common Foxglove stand tall in their natural beauty - symbols of medicinal plants used for centuries in treating heart ailments. These delicate flowers remind us that nature holds secrets yet to be fully discovered when it comes to combating this silent killer. Witness angioplasty through mesmerizing computer artwork; an innovative procedure that has revolutionized cardiac care. With skilled hands and advanced technology, medical professionals restore blood flow within blocked arteries – offering renewed hope and second chances. Travel back in time to 1967 Rotherham where dedicated nurses utilize cutting-edge Cardiopan machines. Their unwavering commitment reflects the tireless efforts made throughout history by healthcare heroes who battle against heart disease day after day. Step into another era with X-ray apparatus from 1935; its purpose was examining suspected cases of heart or lung diseases. This glimpse into medical history reminds us how far we have come in diagnosing and treating cardiovascular conditions. Marvel at Foxglove's vibrant presence captured beautifully in c1885 imagery - its potent properties have been harnessed for cardiac medications over time. Nature continues to inspire scientific breakthroughs as we strive towards conquering heart disease once and for all. X-rays reveal the harsh reality faced by those affected by both heart and lung diseases – capturing their struggles but also highlighting advancements made possible through modern medicine’s relentless pursuit of better outcomes.