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Venaflo Graft

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This graft depicts a unique proximal end that allows the blood to swirl and reduces complications. This is part of a series.

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medical illustration of Occlusion device placed in the gastroduodenal artery. The illustration includes the stomach, pancreas, liver, and gall bladder.
medical illustration of Instent restenosis is located in the brachiobasilic fistula of the arm and opened up with a new stent graft.
medical illustration of Embolization of the spermatic/ovarian vein in treatment of varicoceles and pelvic congestion.
medical illustration of Blood flow and capture of thrombus in a vena cava filter.
medical illustration of This illustration depicts a drug coated balloon that is shown in the posterior tibial artery to treat peripheral artery disease.
medical illustration of Part of a series showing the Distaflo graft bypassing the superficial femoral artery.
medical illustration of Depicts the Venaflo graft in the arm creating a A-V fistula from the brachial artery to basilic vein.
medical illustration of Depicts a peripheral artery with a balloon and a wire that cracks the disease to allow the drug to enter the plaque up to the artery wall.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for advertising/marketing and depicts blood flow through a flared arteriovenous graft.
medical illustration of Marketing illustration for an implantable port located under the skin, over the ribs and in the peritoneum.
medical illustration of This illustration demonstrates the placement of a feeding tube in the stomach and a cleaning brush in the tube.
medical illustration of Cover illustration supporting an article on Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy of the heart in youth sports.
medical illustration of A balloon that fractures plaque in the SFA so a drug eluting balloon can be used to deliver the drug to the vessel wall.
medical illustration of Simple illustration depicting likely locations of thrombus and venous stent placement in the iliac vein.
medical illustration of Cover illustration in support of a journal article on fibular skin flaps.
medical illustration of Patient education illustration showing hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis and arteriovenous graft.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for marketing a new access device in the pedal artery of the foot.
medical illustration of This illustration is of a long balloon that would typically be used to treat peripheral artery disease in the leg.
medical illustration of Depiction of a expanded aortic valve balloon in the heart that allows blood flow through the center of balloon.
medical illustration of This illustration was created for a book cover depicting an esophageal skin flap from the shoulder area.
medical illustration of Marketing illustration for a drug coated balloon in the superficial femoral artery down to the popliteal artery.
medical illustration of Marketing illustration depicting a stent for treating peripheral artery disease (PAD).
medical illustration of Gastric bypass with the Roux-en-Y anastomosis.
medical illustration of This illustration shows how
medical illustration of A thyroid stimulating hormone is released from the pituitary gland which causes the release of another hormone.
medical illustration of Part of a large series of dialysis catheter illustrations for medical device marketing. The catheter enters the jugular vein and ends in the superior vena cava and right atrium of the heart.
medical illustration of General anatomy with arteries, veins, bladder, colon, intestines, stomach, liver, gall bladder, lungs, heart and brain.
medical illustration of Illustration in support of a journal article depicting Interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome.
medical illustration of Illustration of a long arterial peripheral balloon shown in the lower leg. This was created for marketing and packaging. Anatomy includes the tibia, fibula, popliteal artery, anterior tibial artery, posterior tibial artery and fibular artery.
medical illustration of Samples of two cases depicting hybrid repair of the aorta.
medical illustration of Color, Advertising / Marketing, Education, Patient Education, Stock, Anatomy, Medical Devices, Orthopaedics, Transplantation Surgery
medical illustration of This illustration depicts the internal carotid artery with a angioplasty balloon. I have versions with stenosis and a stent.
medical illustration of Cover illustration depicting the inner ear and cochlea used to support an article on vertigo.
medical illustration of This series and more was created for a PBS television program showing anterior hip replacement.
medical illustration of Soft-tip tracheal tube for reducing trauma.
medical illustration of I created a series of anatomical illustrations to be used in software for a new medical device.
medical illustration of This illustration was in support of a journal article on vasculitis.
medical illustration of Medical device used for measuring the exact location of the lesion when applying other therapies. The balloon catheter crosses over the iliac arteries to the superficial femoral artery (SFA).
medical illustration of Device that measures blood volume to assess the probability of peripheral artery disease.
medical illustration of Manuscript illustration describing the effects of folate on the fetal heart.
medical illustration of This is part of a series of illustration for trial describing relevant anatomy and Zenker's diverticulum in the esophagus.
medical illustration of Illustration of a child's skull with Unilateral Coronal Suture Craniosynostosis with repair.
medical illustration of Color, Design, Information Graphics, Advertising / Marketing, Patient Education, Publishing, Stock, Cell biology / Histology, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Molecular Biology
medical illustration of Depicts the path of particles being inhaled from the nose to the trachea, into the lungs and finally the alveolar sacs.
medical illustration of Illustration showing the deformation of the wrist.
medical illustration of Anatomical illustration with kidneys, ureters, aorta, renal arteries, stenosis, stent.

Profile

Mike Austin, owner of Internal Art Medical Illustration, is known for his skillful creativity and artistic style. Mike is an independent medical illustrator with over two decades of experience collaborating with clients and creating compelling visuals to communicate information clearly. His intent is to create a warm, appealing and accurate final illustration that is delivered on time. In 1994, Mike graduated with a Master’s degree in Medical and Biological Illustration from the University of Michigan School of Medical Illustration in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His background includes rigorous coursework in gross anatomy, comparative anatomy, pathology and biology. With his expertise in science, anatomy and artistry, Mike can find a solution to your intricate communication goals. Prior to starting Internal Art Medical Illustration, Mike began his career at the Arizona Heart Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. He is a professional member of the Association of Medical Illustrators since 1999. Many clients have mentioned they appreciate the flexibility and timeliness that Mike provides when working on their projects. His work has appeared in PBS documentaries, medical malpractice trials, surgical and clinical journals, books, advertising, professional and patient education materials and used for medical device marketing and packaging.

Style/Techniques

Airbrush, Color, Design, Information Graphics, Line with Color

Subject/Specialties

Anatomy, Biology, Cardiac Surgery / Cardiology, Cell biology / Histology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Disease Management, Embryology, Emergency Medicine, Endocrinology / Metabolic, Gastroenterology, General Medicine, General Surgery, Genetics, Maternal / Child, Medical Devices, Molecular Biology, Neuroscience, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, Pediatrics, Reconstructive Surgery, Respiratory, Thoracic Surgery, Transplantation Surgery, Urology, Vascular Surgery, Injuries, Legal Exhibits, Oncology, Mechanism of Action (MOA)