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Texas Health Resources is one of the largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery systems in the United States and the largest in North Texas.

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Dr. James Park has successfully opened the patient's coronary artery with balloon and stents.

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Dr. Park is inserting the cath wire. You can see the patient's bypasses (look like rings).

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If you think you might be at risk for heart disease, call 1-877-THR-WELL to make an appointment for a screening.

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Our SCRUBS attendees are learning more about the technology and equipment used in the Cardiac Cath Lab.

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Dr. Park has removed plaque and the patient's artery has opened significantly.

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The patient's artery has opened significantly. Dr. Park is going to go back in and clean out some more plaque.

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Look at the plaque that Dr. Park removed from the patient's artery via an atherectomy.

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This is the device Dr. Park is using to perform an atherectomy in the Cardiac Cath Lab at Texas Health Dallas.

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Dr. Park inserts the filter to help collect debris during the atherectomy

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Dr. James Park performing an atherectomy on a patient in the Cardiac Cath Lab at Texas Health Dallas

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Dr. Park inserting a cath wire in patient

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Dr. James Park, Director of the Cath Lab at Texas Health Dallas, briefing SCRUBS attendees about his 1st procedure

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This is an image of the patient's heart pre-procedure.

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A view from our table

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In this photo you can see the light cath glowing to show correct placement.

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You can see what the scope does on the screen. Warning, a bit graphic.

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Lisa Salvo and Sharon Hillgartner. These ladies administer h&v screenings at Texas Health Dallas

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Dr. Le is talking about the difference between a normal heart and one with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. This is what took Reggie Lewis' life.

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Dr. Brian Le

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Lisa Salvo and Sharon Hillgartner. These ladies help administer various h&v screenings. Sharon is in charge of the new women's h&v wellness program

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