#34 Cardiology illustrations | Find accurate medical images online

#34 Cardiology illustrations | Find accurate medical images online

Hi there! As you may know, every friday we show our new scientific illustrations. This week we’ve added several exclusive illustrations available to all mind the graph users (free users included). We know how hard can be to find accurate and attractive illustrations online to use in scientific papers and conferences. That’s why we provide thousands of scientific illustrations on our platform. You can check them for free!

Thes week we had an amazing improvement on our medical section, especially the cardiology field. Due to a special request from our users, we work hard to add new cardiology illustrations to our platform.

That’s why this post is also focused on cardiology illustrations. But you can find illustrations from all life science fields on mind the graph.

Check our newest cardiology illustrations

Keep in mind that these figures below are a small sample of our complete library. We created the larger online database on scientific illustrations. So, check out the news and feel free to see all the library and try the platform.

Myocardium | Heart cut 

These illustrations show the cardiac muscle contracted and relaxed.preview_162239 (3)

Angiogenesis | Vascular permeability

You can use these illustrations to explain the flow of small molecules as drugs, nutrients, water, ions or cells like lymphocytes in and out of the vessel. We already have other illustrations about this subject, try to combine them to create a complete presentation or graphical abstract.


Drug-Coated Balloon (DCB) | Angioplasty

The DCB is a technique to carry and deliver an anti-proliferative drug to the arterial wall at the same time the mechanical treatment is provided to the obstructive atherosclerotic plaque. You can combine the illustrations to explain the procedure to your students, patients or readers.

Drug-Coated Balloon (DCB) angioplasty

Alcohol septal ablation

Alcohol septal ablation is a minimally invasive procedure for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy. Now you can use mind the graph illustrations to explain this procedure in your papers and classes.

alcohol septal ablation


Explain medical procedures to the patients isn’t an easy task sometimes. Illustrations are more friendly than photos, have less negative impact and illustrate the procedure accurately.


Mitral clip |  Mitral valve repair

We have many illustrations of medical devices to explain procedures and show the methodology. Our newest medical device available is the mitral clip. The illustrations are perfect to explain the treatment of mitral valve regurgitation. You can use other illustrations of mind the graph to compare this procedure with a open heart surgery.


Open heart surgery | Body shape

We’ve added a new illustration of open heart surgery, now combined with a body shape to highlight the surgery. Combine them with other illustrations of open heart surgery available on mind the graph. 

open heart surgery

How to use these scientific illustrations in your publication:

Mind the Graph is an online platform that allows scientists and teachers to create their own presentations, papers and graphical abstratcs in an atractive and professional way. So, you can try it for free and check all the illustrations available. Besides that, you can combine the figures with shapes, charts, text and upload your own images to make an entire presentation. You can be a free user as long as you want but you will have limited features.

However, with a few dollars per month you can experience unlimited features. In addition, you will be able to request new illustrations at no extra cost. Actually, most of our illustrations are based on requests from our subscribers. Amazing, right?

We also have a help center with several tutorials and our terms of use. But if you still have any doubts, contact us on contact@mindthegraph.com

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