1. Bio-Engineering Part 1: Tissue regeneration and blood vessels

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    Lindsey is a bio-engineer and is working in the area of tissue regeneration. Her research is looking at how new blood vessels are formed in regenerated skin. Films made by Emma Carter with a grant from the Engineering Professors' Council.

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    • Cat blood vessel PRACTICE Lumen

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      Practice cat anatomy dissection. College of Alameda Spring 2015. Biology 2. Lumen.

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      • Neuroradiology - Looking into Stroke

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        Stroke is one of the most devastating conditions that impact the brain. With the help of new technology doctors are able to get detailed, real-time images of what’s going on inside a patient’s head. Images are displayed on two separate planes, or angles, simultaneously. This gives doctors dramatically better visualization of arteries and vessels in 3-D. At Gulf Coast Medical Center, surgeons are using the bi-plane for endovascular procedures. Instead of relying on clot-busting drugs, they enter the clogged vein and remove the blockage. “What we do is we take a catheter, it’s like a long piece of spaghetti, and we typically put it in the groin or the arm and we fish it all the way up into the arteries that go into the brain without opening up the skull or the brain,” says Dr. Nassir Razack, who is a neurointerventional radiologist with Lee Memorial Health System. This neurointerventional technique is dependent upon superior imaging. Built upon tried and true angiography, the biplane takes it up a notch. With rotational ability, it delivers detailed, hi-res pictures using low amounts of radiation. Magnifying the images gives surgeons a clear roadmap of brain. The specialized operating suite can effectively treat stroke, along with aneurysms and other complex neurological and vascular conditions. Getting a better look at the brain is helping doctors enhance treatment. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we’ve been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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        • Intro Animation for a series on Dermatology

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          This is an animation I made for a series on dermatology but we didn't finally use it, but still take a look..

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          • Blood Vessels - Why Controlling Diabetes, High Blood Pressure and High Cholesterol is Important for Your Cardiovascular Health

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            Dr. Bose joins Robert Guaderrama on the March 19, 2014 edition of "Your Eye on Health" to give a simple explanation of how diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol damage our blood vessels. It's easy to understand the concept with Dr. Bose's demonstration, but also you'll learn how to prevent or minimize the damage - know your numbers and follow doctor's orders! For more information about Dr. Sudip Bose, TheBattleContinues.org and our mission, please visit www.TheBattleContinues.org. For regular health tips, medical news and to keep up with this weekly news segment, please follow us on social media: https://www.Twitter.com/docbose | https://www.Facebook.com/DrSudipBose

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            • Lucas Thanos ~ Unreal Senses

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              • The Circulatory System

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                Here are words that will be helpful to students doing a hands-on science inquiry in which they simulate the quantity of blood pumped by the heart in a minute and then collect data on resting heart rate, heart rate after exercise, and recovery rate. They also explore the effect of blockage within the circulatory system. They relate their observations to the Essential Question: What does the circulatory system do and how can blockage affect its performance?

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                • Diabetes & Heart Disease

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                  Home health patient Janet Rutledge checks her vitals every day, using remote technology set up in her home. “It tells me to put on blood pressure cup and the oxygen thing and I do that. And then it registers. And then I prick my finger for sugar and that registers,” says Janet Rutledge. Over the years, high blood sugar damages blood vessels and puts people at risk for coronary artery disease and congestive heart failure, which Rutledge has. “Patients with diabetes are at a significantly higher risk for having heart disease,” says Dr. Steven Lee, cardiologist with Lee Memorial Health System. Diabetics are at higher risk for heart disease, have additional causes of heart disease, may develop heart disease younger and have more severe heart disease. “They typically die not from their diabetes, but rather from complications thereof. And heart disease is number one on that list,” says Dr. Lee. Which is why careful monitoring is so important. Not just with diabetics who already have heart disease, but those who don’t. That group needs to be proactive, looking for any cardiac concerns during their annual doctor visits. “One of the lab tests the physicians will be doing annual is lipid profile. Basically showing the amount of fat in the blood. Their looking at LDL low-density lipid protein, and we want those as low as possible. They’re looking at HDL, which is good cholesterol, and we want that as high as possible. Because it can actually protect against cardiovascular disease,” says Sharon Krispinsky, diabetes educator with Lee Memorial Health System. Giving your heart love and attention, may guard against one of diabetes most deadly complications. View More Health Matters video segments at leememorial.org/healthmatters/ Lee Memorial Health System in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of medical care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For nearly a century, we've been providing our community with everything from primary care treatment to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Visit leememorial.org

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                  • Kidney Stories No 1: The work of your kidneys

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                    This story is about the work of your kidneys inside your body, to keep you strong and alive. Important messages in Kidney Stories No 1: The work of your kidneys are: Blood goes around your body; blood goes through your kidneys. Kidneys have 5 jobs that keep you well: 1. Keep blood strong and healthy 2. Keep blood pressure right 3. Keep water and salt level in your blood 4. Keep bones strong 5. Take waste out of your blood Topics covered in this DVD about the work of your kidneys are: - Kidneys and blood - Kidneys have 5 jobs - What is waste in your blood? - Kidneys work like a filter Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander viewers are advised that some resources below may contain images and voices of people that have died. After watching this video, if you have questions, you should talk to your healthcare mob for answers. For more info see www.kidney.org.au or call in with your questions to our Kidney Health Information Service 1800 4 KIDNEY - 1800 4 543639 Kidney Health Australia is proud to host this important resource as part of our education program for Indigenous Australians. This resource would also be valued as an education tool for those with English as a second language. If you want to know more view the complete KIDNEY STORIES flipchart series, find some simple education posters at www.kidney.org.au/ForPatients/IndigenousKidneyStories/tabid/829/Default.aspx Health Professionals needing more resources of this nature should go to: www.kidney.org.au/HealthProfessionals/IndigenousResources/tabid/770/Default.aspx Credit to Northern Territory Renal Services - producer Kidney Stories flipcharts and DVDs If you are a Health Professional and have questions about these resources: Alice Springs - 08 8951 6750 Darwin (Nightcliff) - 08 8948 9000 Katherine - 08 8973 9360 Tennant Creek - 08 8962 4370 Incentre W7A, Royal Darwin Hospital - 08 8922 8400

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                    • UCSF Radiology: Using Diagnostic Imaging to Examine Blood Vessels

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                      UCSF Radiologist Dr. Yeh describes how the UCSF radiology center uses X-Ray diagnostic imaging to look at blood vessels.

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