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Blood clot Formation 

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Clogged blood vessel due to a Sickle Cell Disease

Next medical animation of As part of our responsibility in helping to flatten the curve on this global pandemic, Helix team made an effort to outline, in a visually compelling way, the COVID-19 most common ways of transmission and for an artistic representation of the coronavirus causing it, by depicting some of its main features based on the latest scientific research available (March 2020). If you’d like to use it in light of our joint global effort, feel free to drop us a line via our website contact section.

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A scientifically accurate high end 3D animation of a blood clot formation. A blood clot involves aggregated platelets and red blood cells that form a plug, and a dense mesh of cross-linked fibrin protein. While clotting is an essential process that prevents excessive bleeding, by forming a scab, blood clots that occur within arteries or veins can be life threatening, if they block the blood flow to vital organs, such as the heart, lungs, and brain.

Keywords: Animation, 3D, Education, Patient Education, Professional Education, Research, Anatomy, Cell biology / Histology, Emergency Medicine, Vascular Surgery

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