Product Attributes: Heart Cross-Section - Easy to apply, movable, and dry-erasable. This Fathead Medical Image is a highly accurate, patient appropriate anatomical images, providing visual explanation of the walls, chambers, valves, and aorta of the human heart. Patients will benefit from the vivid detail and high definition colors that deliver a three dimensional look and feel compared to an average anatomical diagram. Fathead Waall Graphics are made of high quality vinyl that is durable, reusable and has a self adhesive backing, simplifying installation without all the hassle of tape on an everyday anatomy chart. Being oversized and free form helps to eliminate confusion and creates an educational environment.
Suggested Uses: Patients value conversation time with their health care providers. Fathead anatomical images and charts are perfect for reporting findings, consultations, and procedural explanations. They will empower your patients and give you the tools to instill confidence and trust. People of all ages benefit from visual learning. Unlike an everyday anatomy diagram, this Cross Section of the Heart Fathead will help clearly explain the function of the heart and the dry erase capability allows doctors to show both the diastole and systole stages of a heartbeat. These bold, over sized anatomical graphics can adorn any exam room, waiting area, lab area, or class room setting and will inspire and educate.
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