And eternal life running. (1980)

Documentary №51767, 1 part, duration: 0:09:22
Production: Centrnauchfilm (CNF)
Director:Marutyan A.
Screenwriters:Suslov V.
Camera operators:Alejnikov T.



The film tells about the process of blood circulation, microcirculation, research in this area.

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The streets of the night city (slow motion filming).

The street goes "first Aid".

The patient in the car "ambulance".

Illustration of anatomical atlases from different eras, reflecting the diagram of the human circulatory.

Academician Kupriyanov V. V. talks about eminent scientists engaged in the study of the human circulatory (synchronously), malpighian tubules under the microscope.

The working model of the human heart with capillary network.

Blood flow in the capillaries.

Drawing of red blood cells, changing its shape to pass through the smallest vessels.

The blood stream under a microscope.

Fragments of the capillary system.

Kupriyanov continues the story of the role of blood vessels in the cardiovascular system (synchronous).

View of houses on a city street, a wall of heart affected by myocardial infarction.

Stop krovyu vessels (animation).

Patient being taken to the hospital corridor on a gurney.

Doctors perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation.

Kupriyanov says about the role of microcirculation in the circulation process (synchronously).

The blood goes through the vessels, resuscitation equipment Cabinet, medical instrument monitors the patient's condition.

The ophthalmologist examines the blood vessels of the eye shell of the patient, the scheme of the vessels and the microvasculature.

Blood flows through the vessels.

Kupriyanov writes the results of the survey.

View of Church building with the weather vane on the roof.

Paintings engravings depicting the autopsy of the deceased, the view of medieval streets.

Blood flows through the vessels.

Doctors do a blood transfusion to the patient.

Colorful city lights at night.

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