So there it is, my heart. And proof positive to all those people who say I don't have a heart.
With the my heart exposed the surgeons proceed to pack ice around the heart.
This lends credence to those who say I'm cold hearted, or have ice-water in my veins.
But the actual purpose is to cool the heart down to the point of hypothermia, where the heart slows down...slower... and slower until my heart stops beating.
At this point my heart isn't "beating" it's "fibrilating" sort of quivering as I understand it(which explains what a "de-fibrilator" does).
In the first Narkomed monitor picture you see the familiar blip....blip....blip.... lines of a heart beat, in the second one you see a heart fibrilating.