Explaining Heart and Aneurysm




Barry Katzen, Founder and Chief Medical Executive at Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, explains the pipe is the main part of the aorta. “The main pipe starts giving off branches that supply our brain, our arms and different organs. It divides and goes down into each leg, so it brings circulation to everywhere in the body,” he says.

He points out the aorta is a critical organ, because it provides the blood flow of the nutrients and the oxygen. He explains an aneurysm is when the aorta gets down into the abdomen area and there’s a bubble where the aorta is expanding out. **************************************************************************************************************************************************************************
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