Silent Destruction: How High Cholesterol Destroys Arteries Display

ITEM: 75069


This baseball bat-size display (24½" x 3½") hits viewers right between the eyes with a blunt message: What you can’t see can kill you. Demonstrating how cholesterol can damage artery walls, viewers see how a clean, normal artery can slowly turn into a plaque-encrusted mess, eventually leading to heart disease and heart attack. Comes with a two-sided tent card that explains how artery damage occurs and provides tips to maintain a healthy cholesterol level.

This model is a great way to educate patients and students about how cholesterol can build up and damage arteries. Visit our site to learn more and order today!

Get an inside look into how cholesterol can damage and narrow arteries, resulting in atherosclerosis and leading to heart disease and heart attack. This clever, four-part model depicts an artery with a healthy cholesterol level, with high cholesterol, with plaque formation and damage, and with continued narrowing of the artery as a result of atherosclerosis. An easy-to-read, two-sided tent card explains what cholesterol is, how atherosclerosis develops, and how it can negatively impact heart health. Also provides tips to help maintain a healthy cholesterol level. 24½" x 3½".