Cardiac Cath Photos

By Jon Hillenbrand In Photography, Stories

Some of my images were placed on a blog that a great physician, Westby Fisher, runs for his patients and other docs. You can view them here:

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I’d like to thank one of the nurses for stopping me from walking into a room without a lead apron on. My perfectly formed babies will thank you.

4 Comments
  1. crysOakleee October 27, 2007

    Hey, you posted! Did you have to shoot all this from start to finish?! Sounds like a long day. How does one walk around while wearing a lead apron, isn’t it heavy?

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  2. jonnyfilmboy October 31, 2007

    I shot it for about 45 minutes or so, and then went back and shot a group shot once the procedures were done. The lead apron is very close to your body, like lead spandex. So it’s not difficult to work with it. And I have worn it before and knew what to expect. And I’m really strong. 😉

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  3. jonnyfilmboy March 3, 2008

    I just shot in the Cath Lab again recently, and I spent about 5 minutes in there without the dang lead apron on, so I take back all of my good wishes for those Cath nurses.

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  4. crysOakleee March 4, 2008

    That’s it. You’ll never carry my babies, and that’s the end of it.

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