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Cardiac Arrest Resulting in Decreased Blood Flow and Decreased Oxygenation
This stock medical exhibit features side by side anterior views of a male upper torso, heart, lungs and brain. The following specific comparisons are made:rn1. Normal anatomy and organs with good flow of oxygenated blood from the lungs, into the heart, and to the brain.rn2. Anatomy with decreased blood flow and brain injury secondary to cardiac arrest.