Heart Disease and Heart Attacks

Understanding coronary artery disease and myocardial infarctions. Left-most image from wikipedia user ZooFari (other two images in public domain). This video is licensed under CC-BY-SA.

Heart Disease and Heart Attacks

Understanding coronary artery disease and myocardial infarctions. Left-most image from wikipedia user ZooFari (other two images in public domain). This video is licensed under CC-BY-SA.

29 thoughts on “Heart Disease and Heart Attacks

  1. i don’t have medical insurance and I am having chest pain for the last 3
    weeks. When I wake up i feel fine, but when i get to work, i work in a
    warehouse and i am receiving the merchandise, i start to feel it, but is
    weird because when i stop working and i sit down and rest a few hours later
    i still feel it, i took aspirin but it didn’t help. I don’t know what to do

    1. Chest pain doesn´t mean nothing good. If you´re sick and without any
      insurance, look for an health NGO for support.

  2. My six year old LOVES to watch this! 🙂 My husband is watching them for
    school and our son watches it with him. He stopped the video and said,
    “STOP! I have to draw that heart and label it!” Thank you! 

  3. This video is absolutely excellent at describing the heart and its
    potential problems. It is clear, informative, and totally accurate. Thanks
    for the great post. Do you mind if I copy and past this to my heart
    document that I send out for free. I would love to have people see this.

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  5. I just started a Master of Science program in Forensic Science and one of
    my classes this semester is Death Analysis. One chapter in the textbook is
    about deaths due to natural diseases; and about 20 pages of that
    chapter are about cardiovascular diseases. I read and re-read nothing stuck
    in my head… until I watch this video. Thank you so much.

  6. So if the oxygenated blood does not reach its intended end point, is the
    oxygen used by the last receiving vessel? Or is some oxygenated blood sent
    into the vein? Separately, if you have a partial heart block isn’t damage
    being done to the arterial structure through the re-routing?

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