We take out the heart. Remove the heart mostly, the ventricles, and the heart valves. And then you have an open chest there, with just these various chambers exposed. We, in another operating room, will take out the heart and bring it over, and with sutures, just suture the two atria together. Those are the upper chambers of the heart. And we suture the two main arteries, the pulmonary artery, and the aorta, together. And then when you start the blood flowing back into the aorta, it gets into the coronary arteries, and that starts the donor heart, to its normal function. And that’s the whole scenario.