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6/1/20
Heart Valves - Mechanism of Action (360 Rotation) - Medical Animation
 
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Heart Valves - Mechanism of Action (360 Rotation) - Medical Animation
In this looping 3D medical animation, a transparent blue heart beats once per 0.8 seconds as the heart rotates 360 degrees. The valves (tricuspid, bicuspid, aortic and pulmonary) can be seen clearly inside the blue-tinted heart, opening and closing as the ventricles relax and contract.

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