Tablet computer showing conceptual artwork of a heart attack.
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- cardiac arrest
- color image
- color photography
- color picture
- heart (anatomy)
- heart attack
- heart disease
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- monitor (electronic screen)
- personal computer
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- stock picture
- tablet computer
- touch screen
- Tablet computer showing conceptual artwork of a heart attack.
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