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dcu:

Batfleck!!!

dcu:

Batfleck!!!

Filming this inspired me to change my life for the better…

Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros - I Don’t Want To Pray

"I don’t want to pray to my maker…I’m looking not to become the prayer, but the prayer."

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros - Up from Below

"See those flowers, watch them grow. Out of darkness, out of the snow. Just let it grow."

fuckyeah1990s:

idk, heres a photo of McDonald’s French Fries Containers from the 1995 film Batman Forever. like i dont know why im posting this.

Forever

fuckyeah1990s:

idk, heres a photo of McDonald’s French Fries Containers from the 1995 film Batman Forever. like i dont know why im posting this.

Forever

(Source: hui-criss)

jolteonerrex502:

brothertedd:

Before and After Video Effects – Movies

Let us take a moment to appreciate all the effects people who create these things and the actors who make you believe them.

mymodernmet:

These before-and-after shots demonstrate the incredible power of visual effects on screen.

mademoisellepremed:

futuremediwitch:

The nurse grabbed me and dragged me to OR 7, opened the door, and threw me in.

All hell was breaking loose inside and I hadn’t a clue what to do.  There was a lot of yelling.  People were running around frantically.  There was blood everywhere.  It looked like Beirut.  I made my way to the OR table.

One thing you need to know about blood is that it is as slippery as ice before it dries on an OR floor.  I got within ten feet of the operating table, and without looking up, the surgeon (Dr. Netter, I presume, for I had never met the man) yelled, “Get some gloves on and get over here!”  Get over where?  By you, where all the blood is shooting up?  “Oh God,” I thought, “The day is just beginning.”  I calmly (sort of) put on gloves and headed over to the tables of horrors.

Dr. Netter then said something that changed my life forever:  “Grab the heart and hold it steady so I can get a few stitches in the hole we have here.”

As I if “grab the heart” wasn’t cool enough, he also said we as if he and I were part of this operation and would handle things together.

I peered into the open chest cavity and there was the heart.

Struggling to beat.

Surrounded in a blood bath.

It looked like a large, deformed matzo ball floating in tomato soup.

I reached in firmly yet gently closed my hand around the heart and around my future.

Well, that was it for me.

Love at first sight.

Love at first touch.

I knew that this was exactly what I wanted.

To touch the human heart every day.

 I absolutely love this woman. If you haven’t read her book, you need to do so asap! Such an inspiration. 

aspiringdoctors:

fuckyeahsurgery:

"Heart in a Box"
Transmedics Organ Care System:
Doctors call it a “beating heart transplant,” but it’s more commonly known as “heart in a box.” In the new method, doctors use a machine to keep a transplanted heart viable outside a patient’s body for up to 12 hours. The machine pumps oxygenated blood through the heart, keeping it in good condition longer.It was life-saving for DeStefano, New England’s first patient. The mother of two hopes to be home from Massachusetts General Hospital next week.Right now, about half of all donor hearts are wasted with the current method of putting them on ice because that can only keep the heart useable for four hours.
"Heart in a box" transplants are common in Europe. The device was created by Andover company TransMedics Inc.
—Source: The Boston Channel, 2012

THIS IS AWESOME!

aspiringdoctors:

fuckyeahsurgery:

"Heart in a Box"

Transmedics Organ Care System:

Doctors call it a “beating heart transplant,” but it’s more commonly known as “heart in a box.” In the new method, doctors use a machine to keep a transplanted heart viable outside a patient’s body for up to 12 hours. The machine pumps oxygenated blood through the heart, keeping it in good condition longer.It was life-saving for DeStefano, New England’s first patient. The mother of two hopes to be home from Massachusetts General Hospital next week.Right now, about half of all donor hearts are wasted with the current method of putting them on ice because that can only keep the heart useable for four hours.

"Heart in a box" transplants are common in Europe. The device was created by Andover company TransMedics Inc.

—Source: The Boston Channel, 2012

THIS IS AWESOME!

aspiringdoctors:

fuckyeahsurgery:

"Heart in a Box"
Transmedics Organ Care System:
Doctors call it a “beating heart transplant,” but it’s more commonly known as “heart in a box.” In the new method, doctors use a machine to keep a transplanted heart viable outside a patient’s body for up to 12 hours. The machine pumps oxygenated blood through the heart, keeping it in good condition longer.It was life-saving for DeStefano, New England’s first patient. The mother of two hopes to be home from Massachusetts General Hospital next week.Right now, about half of all donor hearts are wasted with the current method of putting them on ice because that can only keep the heart useable for four hours.
"Heart in a box" transplants are common in Europe. The device was created by Andover company TransMedics Inc.
—Source: The Boston Channel, 2012

THIS IS AWESOME!

aspiringdoctors:

fuckyeahsurgery:

"Heart in a Box"

Transmedics Organ Care System:

Doctors call it a “beating heart transplant,” but it’s more commonly known as “heart in a box.” In the new method, doctors use a machine to keep a transplanted heart viable outside a patient’s body for up to 12 hours. The machine pumps oxygenated blood through the heart, keeping it in good condition longer.It was life-saving for DeStefano, New England’s first patient. The mother of two hopes to be home from Massachusetts General Hospital next week.Right now, about half of all donor hearts are wasted with the current method of putting them on ice because that can only keep the heart useable for four hours.

"Heart in a box" transplants are common in Europe. The device was created by Andover company TransMedics Inc.

—Source: The Boston Channel, 2012

THIS IS AWESOME!

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