Perfusion Art: “The Noble Life”

“The Noble Life”

Submitted By:  Michael-Joshua Morris:  Heart Mate II Recipient

PhotographerJerry Hecht

Equipment35 mm

EditingBlack and White conversion:  Color for emphasis; Cropping & Lens filter

Narrative({{PD-USGov-NIH}} Heart-lung machine in a cardiac surgery. 6010×4586 (2,271,792 bytes) {{PD-USGov-HHS-NIH}} http://fmp.cit.nih.gov/hi/ Title: Coronary artery bypass surgery Image ID: 657 C Photographer: Jerry Hecht Restrictions: Public Domain Image Date: 1)

Time & Place 1981

About Joshua: Joshua is a 2 year HeartMate II Recipient with a recent hardware swap.  He has done immeasurable work to educate the public on LVAD’s as well as support and encourage patients just starting down that particular road.  Here is a link to his amazing work…

Joshua’s Website

To View The Entire Gallery-

Click the Image Below

To Submit A Picture:

0 thoughts on “Perfusion Art: “The Noble Life”

  1. I am working on ORIGINAL ARTWORK by moi, depicting how I envision a perfusionist 🙂 and their impact on one’s life… “FROM THE TABLE PERSPECTIVE” so to speak… that should be on the way to you within a day or two but for now…

    The photo that I am submitting, I am calling…

    “Taking The Un-Beating Path: Noble Life Of The Perfusionist”

    Is by Jerry Hecht taken on Oct 1 1981 and is Public Domain via the NIH. I have grayed out the photo except what I wanted to emphasize with color and added a heart shape Superman type crest with a P on it for Perfusionist. I originally had a F on it for you… But didn’t want to be biased 🙂 and made it for ALL Perfusionists.

    I used an APP called “Color Effects” they can be found on FB or the iPad App store… Apparently they lost their website.

    Here are more details of original photo:

    Title: Coronary artery bypass surgery Image ID: 657 C Photographer: Jerry Hecht Restrictions: Public Domain Image Date: 10/1/1981

    Michael-Joshua Morris
    Keep Strong & Think Happy
    Do Not Let A Silent Heart Attack Pass You By…

Leave a Reply