Hey doc, can you X-ray blood flow in my heart?
Ridiculous? Not with ADVACAM Cameras
This footage shows a slow-motion X-ray video recording of a mouse’s heartbeat. The rodent’s heart beats at a rate of 670 beats per minute, ten times faster than a human heart. The recording was made with our #AdvaPIX detector at a rate of 1000 frames per second.
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Bone tissue was suppressed using post-processing to make the heart visible even behind the rib cage. In the video, you can observe how the individual chambers and atria of the heart darken or lighten, which is the actual movement of blood inside the organ. Contrast evolution corresponds to blood transfers.