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Dr. James Park has successfully opened the patient's coronary artery with balloon and stents.
Dr. Park is inserting the cath wire. You can see the patient's bypasses (look like rings).
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Our SCRUBS attendees are learning more about the technology and equipment used in the Cardiac Cath Lab.
Dr. Park has removed plaque and the patient's artery has opened significantly.
The patient's artery has opened significantly. Dr. Park is going to go back in and clean out some more plaque.
Look at the plaque that Dr. Park removed from the patient's artery via an atherectomy.
This is the device Dr. Park is using to perform an atherectomy in the Cardiac Cath Lab at Texas Health Dallas.
Dr. Park inserts the filter to help collect debris during the atherectomy
Dr. James Park performing an atherectomy on a patient in the Cardiac Cath Lab at Texas Health Dallas
Dr. Park inserting a cath wire in patient
Dr. James Park, Director of the Cath Lab at Texas Health Dallas, briefing SCRUBS attendees about his 1st procedure
This is an image of the patient's heart pre-procedure.
A view from our table
In this photo you can see the light cath glowing to show correct placement.
You can see what the scope does on the screen. Warning, a bit graphic.
Lisa Salvo and Sharon Hillgartner. These ladies administer h&v screenings at Texas Health Dallas
Dr. Le is talking about the difference between a normal heart and one with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. This is what took Reggie Lewis' life.
Dr. Brian Le
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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