The image shows a man, standing, dressed in a doctor’s uniform, with his arms next to his body and viewed from the front, his body rendered blank, just outlined.
The medical man in the image is wearing a long-sleeved medical robe, which falls over his knees, open in the middle, highlighted by an embossed shape.
The accessory worn by a doctor at work is the stethoscope, positioned on the left side, marked by a bent thickened line, to the ends of which are attached two small and thickened circles. This is the upper half of a stethoscope, the metal and tubular headset with two eartubes, which is held under the chin, and its ends, called earpieces, are inserted into the ears to listen to sounds coming from inside the patient’s body, whether it is heartbeat or breathing. A wavy line is fixed to the bent line above, which extends to the bottom, ending with a large round end, highlighted by two inscribed and blank circles. The stethoscope tubing is the channel through which sounds are transmitted to the ear. The round end of the tube is called the chest piece with a bell and a diaphragm. It is placed on the patient’s body, directly on the skin, next to the organ that is to be listened to.
To the right of the doctor is a syringe, a medical instrument used to inject or introduce a drug into the body, or for transfusions. It consists of a tube called the barrel, rendered as a vertical, blank rectangle, inside which the substance is located. Attached is a plunger inside the barrel that is manually pulled through the top handle to suck up the liquid or push to remove it, and a tubular needle, positioned at the bottom end and marked by a vertical, thin line.